Visit a Practice for a Day (Wednesday 18th) or Register for a 2-Week Trial With The Nationally Ranked Tulsa Youth Rowing Association
TYRA Invites Student Athletes To Visit A Practice To Find Out More About The Program
TULSA OK – The Tulsa Youth Rowing Association will offer a 2-week Basic Training to recruit 8th grade and high school age athletes interested in learning how to row in racing shells and become a part of the program. Practices will be held TU Indoor Rowing Tank, The Tulsa Rowing Club Boathouse and the University of Tulsa boathouse in Catoosa. For a full schedule of practices and locations use this link, TYRA Basic Training Schedule Feb 2015. The two-week introduction will be offered for a low $25 registration fee per athlete. Interested participants must enroll on the club website. Potential recruits can also attend an open house free of charge on Wednesday February 18th at the Tulsa Rowing Club boathouse from 4:30pm to 5:45pm. To participate in the open house athletes should sign and bring a copy of the 2015 US Rowing Waiver. A swim test and safety video session will be administered on the second day (Thursday 19th) at the Hutcherson Family YMCA located at 1120 E. Pine St. Tulsa, OK, 74106. Required enrollment/liability forms are provided on registration and information about the juniors program can be found at the link below.
The team looks to build upon its success in the fall season as it competes for a place at the national championship regatta on the east coast in June. For more information, please contact Head Coach Neil Bergenroth at email@example.com or by phone on 918.906.5233.
What Our Athletes Say About Their Involvement With TYRA…
“Rowing is a sport that embodies a completely different dynamic than any other. I think joining the team is one of the best decisions I’ve ever made because it inevitably builds a tenacious, competitive attitude uniquely applicable to other parts of my life. The coaches are incredibly encouraging and motivating, fostering an optimistic and invigorating team demeanor.”
– Chase Antonnaci – Cascia Hall Senior