2022 Fall Programs Overview

Fall 2022 Middle School Program Overview
PWC is pleased to announce our New Middle School Fall Sculling Program.

The program is open to 6th thru 8th graders - Coxwains as well as rowers.

Objective:  The focus is on learning basic rowing skills or building upon existing skills learned in a Sculling Shell.  The program is for the novice as well as experienced Middle School age Students.

Each session is 4 weeks long (16 days).

Click on the link for additional information and registration:

2022 Fall Middle School Sculling Program
Fall 2022 High School Novice Program Overview

No prior rowing or coxswains experience is required.

The program is open to 8th thru 12th graders.  8th-grade students who have completed Sculling may also participate in learning Sweep rowing skills.  8th graders that have not learned how to Scull should consider the Middle School Sculling program before registering for this program.

Objective:  The focus is on learning basic rowing/coxswains skills or building upon existing skills if the athlete feels additional basic skills-based training is required

The session is 8 weeks long (32 days).

Click on the link for additional information and registration:

2022 Fall High School Novice Program

Fall 2022 High School Fall Program Overview
The program is open to 9th thru 12th graders with prior rowing/coxswain experience/training.

8th graders who have learned Sculling and Sweep skills are also eligible for this program with the corresponding  Coach's recommendation and approval by the Program Director.


Objective:  The focus is on the continued development of rowing/coxswain skills and physical conditioning.

The session is 10 weeks long (40 days) not including potential Regatta days.

Click on the link for additional information and registration:

2022 Fall High School Program
SAFESPORT


Athletes 18 or older
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Must complete and submit a Certificate of "SAFESPORT "Core" Training completion.

Athletes turning 18
during the sessions will be required to take “Core” Center for SafeSport Training upon turning 18. To prevent any disruption in eligibility, athletes turning 18 need to complete training prior to their birthday and submit certificate of completion.


SAFESPORT Training Link
General Requirements
WATER BOTTLETo help reduce the waste created by the use of disposable water bottles, we ask rowers to arrive with two reusable water bottles daily.

SWIM TESTAll participants are required to have a swim test on file with their crew boosters’ club or with Prince William Crew (PWC). The requirements and form can be downloaded from the Forms page.

PHYSICAL EXAMINATION FORMAll participants are required to submit a current (within the past 12 months) VHSL Jan 2021 or equivalent Sports Physical Examination.  It is strongly suggested, but not required, that you use the  VHSL form so it may be used in participating in other activities requiring a physical during the school year.  Please only submit a copy of the physical and retain the original for your records.  The requirements and form can be downloaded from the Forms page.

SESSION CAPA session may close before the scheduled closure day due to the "cap" for that session being reachedIf this occurs, the registrant will be placed on a waitlist.  Should a slot open, the registrant will be contacted before the entry is moved from the "waitlist" to "active" status.  If no slots open up, you will be contacted by the Program Administrator to see if you would like to move to another potential time slot being offered.  Register early to avoid being placed on the waitlist or preferred time slot closing.

SESSION CANCELLATION -   A session will be "canceled" if an insufficient number of rowers are registered by the Friday before the session scheduled start date.  In case of cancellation, the registrant will receive a full refund or may transfer to another available session.  This will be coordinated by the Program Administrator.
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