Former MHRC Rower Kendall Chase Places 4th at the 2017 World Championships
Mile High alum Kendall Chase stroked the Women's Four at the 2017 World Rowing Championships held in Sarasota, Florida on September 24-October 1. Kendall's boat finished fourth overall, and was less than two seconds behind Australia's boat, which took first. Congratulations to Kendall and her teammates on a great finish!
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.
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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
2018 Summer Learn-To-Row Camp Dates Are Set
Dates for MHRC's 2018 Summer Learn-To-Row Camps have be set.
Two-week camp: June 4-17
One-week camps: June 25-29, July 9-13, July 16-20, July 23-27, August 6-10
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MHRC Rowers Set Their Sights on College Rowing
Four MHRC seniors signed their official offers from their first choice colleges. Sarah Denker, Meaghan Miner, Etta Carpender, and Piper Robinson accepted offers from Notre Dame, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, University of Texas, and Colgate University.
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