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U23 Small Boat Camp
U23 Small Boat Camp

U23 Small Boat Development Camp 


Potomac Boat Club (PBC) invites applicants to our 2020 U23 Small Boat Development Camp. PBC has a long-standing history of developing Olympians and internationally competitive athletes. The primary focus of this camp is small boat development in both sweep and sculling. The U23 athletes will have opportunities to train alongside the High Performance Program athletes. Training times will allow for athletes to accept summer jobs in order to support life balance and career development.

APPLY HERE

Dates: May 4th – August 10th

 

Camp Format: The program will begin in a virtual format with the possibility to transition to the water when health authorities and the PBC Board of Governors determines it is safe. The virtual format includes daily group-coached sessions over a virtual platform, functional lifting instruction, a core strength program, and a training program aimed to prepare athletes for the upcoming fall season.

Best Practices: Athletes will have additional access to virtual education tools on topics which include topics such as training tools, nutrition/hydration resources, and goal setting / sport psych tools.

Training Times: 

  • AM: 6:20AM-8:30AM
  • PM: 3:00-7:00PM (flexible training time block based on work schedules)

Coach: Judith Vogel

Roster: 16 athletes (8 women and 8 men)

Regattas: TBD


Camp Fee:
 $800 per athlete

Athletes will spend the summer developing in the following areas:

  • Technical emphasis on building fundamentals
  • Video reviews
  • Weight room
  • Core strength
  • Race strategies
  • Nutrition strategies
  • Goal setting and mental skill sets
  • Training as a full time athlete

Parent Policy

  • All program related communication goes through the athletes. Athletes will be on an official program email list. It is their responsibility to check email regularly and communicate relevant updates to parents/guardians.
  • Athletes earn their seat every day. Rowing is a meritocracy where effort, ownership, and consistent performance earns opportunities. This puts the athletes in the driver seat of their opportunities this summer. They will be held to standards and expected to meet and work towards them.
  • Active participation. Athletes are expected to be active participants in their summer experience. It is the responsibility of the coach to provide a safe, transparent, and productive learning environment. There may be instances when an athlete has questions about aspects of the training and/or selection. It is the responsibility of the athlete to communicate with the coach.
  • Transparency. The program will be structured to provide transparency in decision making around training, boating, and racing. We entrust the coaches to make and communicate these decisions based on cumulative data collection and observation.

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Junior/U23 Sculling Program
Junior/U23 Sculling Program

2020 PBC Summer Junior/U23 Sculling Camp

Potomac Boat Club has a long tradition of developing young athletes into National Champions; National Team Members; World Champions; Pan-American Games Medalists; and even Olympians. The Summer Sculling Camp gives athletes the framework and tools upon which to build an international rowing career.

The program focuses on foundational technical development, strength and core development, nutrition, training at a high level, goal setting skills, and racing.

APPLY HERE 

Camp Dates: May 4th – July 31st

Camp Format: The program will begin in a virtual format with the possibility to transition to the water when health authorities and the PBC Board of Governors determines it is safe. The virtual format includes daily group-coached sessions over a virtual platform, functional lifting instruction, a core strength program, and a training program aimed to prepare athletes for the upcoming fall season.

Best Practices: Athletes will have additional access to virtual education tools on topics which include topics such as training tools, nutrition/hydration resources, and goal setting / sport psych tools.

Training Times:

  • AM: Monday through Friday 8:00-10:30 a.m., Saturday 8:00 to 10:30 a.m.
  • PM: Monday through Friday 5:00-7:30 p.m.

Coaches:

  • J/U23 Men: TBD
  • J/U23 Women: TBD

Roster: 28 athletes (14 men, 14 women)

Athletes will develop in the following areas: 

  • Technical Fundamentals: moving small boats
  • Video review
  • Core strength
  • Weight room: technique and functional strength
  • Nutrition and hydration strategies
  • Goal setting and mental skills
  • Race strategies

Regattas: TBD

Camp Fee: $800 for athletes / $250 for coxswains for virtual program. Participants will be pro-rated for the time they return to training on the water.

Parent Policy

  • All program related communication goes through the athletes. Athletes will be on an official program email list. It is their responsibility to check email regularly and communicate relevant updates to parents/guardians.
  • Athletes earn their seat every day. Rowing is a meritocracy where effort, ownership, and consistent performance earns opportunities. This puts the athletes in the driver seat of their opportunities this summer. They will be held to standards and expected to meet and work towards them.
  • Active participation. Athletes are expected to be active participants in their summer experience. It is the responsibility of the coach to provide a safe, transparent, and productive learning environment. There may be instances when an athlete has questions about aspects of the training and/or selection. It is the responsibility of the athlete to communicate with the coach.
  • Transparency. The program will be structured to provide transparency in decision making around training, boating, and racing. We entrust the coaches to make and communicate these decisions based on cumulative data collection and observation.

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Junior Sweep Program
Junior Sweep Program

2020 PBC Summer Junior Sweep Camp


Potomac Boat Club has a long tradition of developing young athletes into National Champions; National Team Members; World Champions; Pan-American Games Medalists; and even Olympians. The Summer Sweep Camp gives athletes the framework and tools upon which to build an international rowing career.

 

APPLY HERE 

Camp Dates: May 4th – July 31st 

Camp Format: The program will begin in a virtual format with the possibility to transition to the water when health authorities and the PBC Board of Governors determines it is safe. The virtual format includes daily group-coached sessions over a virtual platform, functional lifting instruction, a core strength program, and a training program aimed to prepare athletes for the upcoming fall season. 

Best Practices: Athletes will have additional access to virtual education tools on topics which include topics such as coxswain education, training tools, nutrition/hydration resources, and goal setting / sport psych tools.

Training Times:

  • AM: Monday through Friday 8:00-10:30 a.m., Saturday 8:00 to 10:30 a.m.
  • PM: Monday through Friday 5:00-7:30 p.m.

Coach: TBD

Roster: 24 athletes (12 men, 12 women)

Athletes will develop in the following areas: 

  • Technical Fundamentals
  • Video review
  • Core strength
  • Weight room: technique and functional strength
  • Nutrition and hydration strategies
  • Goal setting and mental skills
  • Race strategies

Regattas: TBD 

Camp Fee: $800 for athletes / $250 for coxswains for virtual program. Participants will be pro-rated for the time they return to training on the water. 

Parent Policy

  • All program related communication goes through the athletes. Athletes will be on an official program email list. It is their responsibility to check email regularly and communicate relevant updates to parents/guardians.
  • Athletes earn their seat every day. Rowing is a meritocracy where effort, ownership, and consistent performance earns opportunities. This puts the athletes in the driver seat of their opportunities this summer. They will be held to standards and expected to meet and work towards them.
  • Active participation. Athletes are expected to be active participants in their summer experience. It is the responsibility of the coach to provide a safe, transparent, and productive learning environment. There may be instances when an athlete has questions about aspects of the training and/or selection. It is the responsibility of the athlete to communicate with the coach.
  • Transparency. The program will be structured to provide transparency in decision making around training, boating, and racing. We entrust the coaches to make and communicate these decisions based on cumulative data collection and observation.