Mile High Rower Makes National Team and Will Compete at the 2017 World Rowing Junior Championships
Greg Cain has qualified for the U.S. National Team and will compete at the 2017 World Rowing Junior Championships August 2-6, in Trakai, Lithuania. Greg, who participated in the US Rowing Under 19 Selection Camp, will compete in the Under 19 Men's Double Sculls. Greg is the third Mile High rower to compete at the World Championships. Congratulations, Greg!
Mile High Rowing: Rowing at a Higher Level
Our mission is to provide a healthy experience and atmosphere where student athletes can experience all the benefits rowing has to offer. Our programs are designed to bring out the best in each athlete in a fun, yet competitive environment.
Are You Ready for a New Sport?
MHRC draws rowers from all over the Denver metro area: Cherry Creek, Aurora, Evergreen, Parker, Littleton, and Englewood, just to name a few. Many of our rowers come to MHRC with very diverse athletic backgrounds. Some of our top rowers have participated in other high school sports, but decided they wanted to make a change to find a new passion.
Mile High Rowing Club has participated in U.S. Youth Nationals for 9 Consecutive Years
Interested in Rowing on Our Fall Team? Join Our Summer Learn to Row Camps!
MHRC will be holding a number of Learn to Row Camps this summer. Click here for more info on the following camps:
Session 2: June 26-30
Session 3: July 10-14
Session 4: July 17-21
Session 5: July 24-28
Session 6: August 7-11
Drop-In Rowing Now Available for Mile High Rowers
Missing being on the water? Experienced Mile High rowers can sign up for drop-in rowing from July 10 to August 18 from 6:45-8:15 a.m. The cost is $175 regardless of how many times you drop in. Questions? Email Kristi Garner at email@example.com. Ready to sign up? Go to https://go.teamsnap.com/forms/70146
Dates Set for Fall 2017 Tryouts and Parent & Rower Meeting
Tryouts for the fall 2017 season are Saturday, August 12 at 8 a.m-noon. A mandatory parent & rower meeting is scheduled for Monday, August 14 at 6 p.m. at the Elouise May Library, 1471 S. Parker Road. Check back here soon for details!