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The San Diego Rowing Club Junior Crew (SDRC) youth programs is the leading rowing organization in San Diego for high school and middle school athletes.

SDRC has opportunities for high school boys and girls at both varsity and novice level.  Our middle school team is co-ed.

Our Coaching staff  includes national team members and a 2-time gold medal olympian.

SDRC rowers practice after school on the beautiful Mission Bay.  Our fleet includes a variety of boats from 8-person shells to 1-person sculls.

SDRC competes in regional and national events, including our famous San Diego Crew Classic Regatta ( the second largest rowing event in the US) and our rowers are recruited by the finest colleges in the country.  All competitive rowers need to be members of the US Rowing

Never rowed?  Not a problem.  Join us for one or all of our learn-to-row camps.

Want to learn more about rowing?  Click Rowing 101 for more information about the sport.

For information about San Diego Rowing Club in general, click
SDRC Juniors Mission Statement and Goals
San Diego Rowing Club Juniors program is the leading rowing program for High School and Middle School boys and girls from across San Diego County. Our mission is support and encourage rowing for youth in San Diego by providing young men and women the facilities, equipment and coaching necessary to give them the opportunity to learn the sport of rowing in a safe and fun environment. We want SDRC Junior athletes to be able to train, race and win at the highest levels in a supportive and competitive learning environment where they can develop their leadership and teamwork with commitment, dedication and respect.
The goals for the SDRC Juniors program are to:
• Provide excellent coaching and training in the fundamentals and techniques of rowing;
• Develop a sense of shared purpose and teamwork;
• Offer a competitive program that will put members of the SDRC Juniors in good standing to compete in a collegiate rowing program; and
• Supply challenging and appropriate physical training to achieve maximum development of every athlete to meet individual, team and overall program goals while learning an activity they can continue for a lifetime.

San Diego Rowing Club is a 501(c) 3 organization.  Donations are always welcome to help to continue the improvements to fleet of boats and our facility.  Your contributions are tax deductible.
Boathouse: 1220 El Carmel Place, San Diego, CA 92109 | Mailing address: SDRC Juniors, PO Box 99856, San Diego, CA 92169 | Boathouse Telephone: (858) 488-1893
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