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3/2017

You can get started with rowing today! No previous experience is necessary. There are no tryouts. Everyone is welcome.

Our spring season has begun, but it’s not too late to get started with rowing. All high school age students are welcome to come down and hop in a boat. We practice each day, after school, at our boathouse in Newport, KY. Directions are available here. You can learn more on our getting started page.

For more information please contact boy’s coach Greg Hull (greg.hull@gmail.com) or girl’s coach Andy Piepmeier (apieps@yahoo.com).

2017 Fall Open House

You can get started with rowing today! No previous experience is necessary. No Tryouts!

The fall Open House is for all high school students interested in rowing. Come down to the boathouse to meet the coaches, other rowers, and get more information about the team. Fall practice for new rowers will start a couple of days after the Open House.

WHERE: Cincinnati Jr Rowing Club (Directions)
WHO: Any HS age student interested in rowing
WHEN: Wednesday, Sept 13th @ 7:00 pm
WHAT: Everyone will get a chance to meet the team and coaches, parent volunteers, and see the boats.
For more information please contact boy’s coach Greg Hull (greg.hull@gmail.com) or girl’s coach Andy Piepmeier (apieps@yahoo.com).

About Our Facilities

CJRC maintains a boathouse in Newport, KY, at the western-most end of Riverboat Row. We also have a winter training facility beneath the Montgomery Inn Boathouse, located downtown.

During the Fall and Spring, practice takes place at the Newport facility, with the teams moving indoors for inclement weather. Our winter training camp happens at the Montgomery Inn.

Our mailing address is:
Cincinnati Jr. Rowing Club
PO Box 541122
Cincinnati, OH 45254

CJRC in The Harvard Crimson

Maybe they were just typical Midwestern kids with nothing to do. Maybe they all came to try it out, splash around in the water for a while, and call it a day. Maybe the baseball field or the basketball court or the swimming pool didn’t feel quite right.

Maybe that’s how it all started.

But with the sun’s reflection dancing on the Licking River and the Cincinnati Junior Rowing Club coxswain calling out yet another power 10 during the longest of afternoon practices, it’s all too clear that the beginning doesn’t matter.

Read the Entire Aritcle Here

About The Club...

The Cincinnati Jr. Rowing Club is a competitive rowing team, open to any high school student in the greater Cincinnati area. There are separate boys and girls teams, totaling around 125 rowers from area schools. We offer competitive fall and spring seasons, as well as a winter conditioning program. No prior experience is necessary and getting started is easy. CJRC is a non-profit 501.3c, all donations are tax-deductible. Our mission is to provide boys and girls in the greater Cincinnati area with the opportunity to learn to row and compete at a national level, while nurturing the value of commitment, development of character, and a life-long passion for excellence.