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Tulsa Youth Rowing gROWth Recreational Rowing Program Now Enrolling (Feb 28 through May 1)

Enroll In The gROWth Recreational Program

The Tulsa Youth Rowing Association (TYRA) gROWth program is open to all 6th through 12th-grade student-athletes. This is a recreational program for those who are either trying the sport for the first time or who are not ready for the commitment of being on the competitive team. Activities include learning how to row in rowing shells, handling equipment, river safety, land training, and technical instruction. No experience is required.

Need more info? Email Head Coach Tamara Clayton

To Download The Information Packet For Spring gROWth Click Here

Tulsa Youth Rowing Association - Recreational Program

To Enroll For the gROWth Recreational Program Click Here

Our gROWth program is a non-competitive 8-week training option – February 28 through May 1. It runs two days a week with an optional third day available (practice with our competitive program and athletes on land). Spring Break (March 18-23) will be off – no practices will be provided. The rotating schedule will be as follows:

To Download The Information Packet For Spring gROWth Click Here

Wednesday (optional for an added cost)
Location: Sandusky Avenue Christian Church
Time: 4:45pm – 6:15pm
Practice with our competitive program (novices) and coaches on land. This includes cross-training with activities such as running, HIIT workouts, rowing on a Concept2 machine, basic & free weight training, yoga, or possibly circuit training.

Thursday
Location: TU Indoor Rowing Tank Time: 5:00pm – 7:00pm

Saturday
Location: TU Boathouse in Catoosa Time: 9:30am – 12:00pm

  • $400 for 8 weeks of training, payable in full at time of registration.
  • $9.75 for a 12-month USRowing Basic Membership & Waiver.
  • Optional $50 if planning to attend the 8 additional practices on Wednesdays.
  • Includes one TYRA practice shirt.

Need more info? Email Head Coach Tamara Clayton

Enroll In The gROWth Recreational Program

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