Day 1 (Evening Session 5:30 - 9:15pm)

5:30 - 6:00pm Check-In (campers expected to eat dinner prior to arrival)

6:15 - 8:30pm Introductions + Rowing Session 1

8:30 - 9:00pm Ice Cream & Brief

9:15pm Campers ready for pick-up/departure


​Day 2 (8:30am - 5:00pm)

8:15 - 8:30am Check-In (campers expected to eat breakfast prior to arrival)
8:30 - 11:30am Rowing Session 2
11:45am - 1:00pm Lunch & Brief
​1:00 - 3:15pm Rowing Session 3

3:30 - 4:30pm ​Walking Tour of Campus*
5:00pm Campers ready for pick-up/departure

*Pending permission from the USNA and NCAA


​Day 3 (8:30am - 3:45pm)

​8:15 - 8:30am Check-In (campers expected to eat breakfast prior to arrival)
8:30 - 11:30am Rowing Session 4
11:45am - 1:00pm Lunch and Q&A Session

1:00-3:00pm Rowing Session 5

​3:00-3:30pm Wrap-Up

3:45pm Campers ready for pick-up/departure



Hubbard Hall (the Navy boathouse) at the United States Naval Academy

  what to bring/wear

$375 and includes coaching from our Navy Rowing Staff, supervision, Navy Rowing Camp t-shirt, Tuesday & Wednesday lunches, & daily snacks

  dates

3-day developmental day CAMP

All Navy Sports Camps have the common goal of developing a camper’s ability and exposing her to the Midshipman concepts of honor, integrity and discipline. All coaching will be from our highly esteemed Navy Rowing coaching staff (please note for 2021: depending on numbers, it is possible that our Boys' and Girls' camps will merge to provide the best possible rowing experience for our campers).​

  WHY NAVY CAMP?

Our 3-day developmental day camp is only open to campers with prior rowing/coxing experience. Campers will be boated in 4+s or 8+s (please note that scullers are very much welcome but we will only be rowing sweep boats).

  • For rowers: focus will be on individual stroke development and making sure rowers are using their bodies effectively to contribute to overall boat speed
  • For coxswains: coxswains are an integral member of the boat and are treated as such in our camps. Focus for our coxswains will be on aiding rowers in technical changes, alongside leadership development on both land and water


*Note: all work will be performed at low to medium intensity to allow for the safe wearing of masks by both campers and staff for all activities outside of meals​

  • Athletic shirt/tank top and shorts (note: tight fitting clothing is advised as loose clothing can get stuck in the rowing equipment)
  • Mask (due to expected heat and humidity in June, it is advised that campers bring more than one mask so that they can swap a clean/dry one out after lunch)​
  • Rain gear
  • Water bottle

Monday, June 28 - Wednesday, June 30, 2021

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