Registration for Summer 2021 Learn to Row Programs is Open

Colorado's Most Successful Youth Rowing Program

Our goal is to promote and encourage the growth and development of rowing through quality instruction and training programs for metro Denver area youth, ages 13-18.

We 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.

MHRC Coach Invited to Coach at 2021 Olympic Development Training Camp

MHRC Pair & Lwt 8 @ 2019 US Rowing Youth Nationals

2020 Boat Christening

2020 Boat Christening

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 Alum, 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. Congratulations to Kendall and her teammates on a great finish!

Mile High Alum, Will Creedon wins Gold at 2018 U23 Worlds

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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.

Mile High Alum, Charlotte Adkins wins Gold at 2017 HOCR

Mile High Alum, Valen Fey wins Bronze at World University Games

Audrey and Josh acccept the challenge to hike and erg!

13-18 Year Olds:  Learn to Row with Mile High Rowing Club this Summer!

Gates, Collars, Foot Stretchers, Crabs?  Come learn what these all mean.  We are offering small group Learn to row sessions in order to meet the local, state and USRowing requirements for keeping the participants safe during this unusual time.  So bring your sense of humor and your patience as you learn to row.

Get your Mile High Rowing Club T-shirt and get introduced to the life long sport of rowing!   Participating in a summer Learn to Row session is a requirement for joining our competitive Fall/Spring teams.

Each Learn to Row Session is from 7:30-9:30 am. Dates for the 2021 Camps are:   May 30-June 4, June 21-25, July 12-16, July 19-13, July 26-30, August 9-13

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2021 Spring Season

Announcements regarding practice changes due to weather will be posted on the "Friends of Mile High Rowing" Facebook page and sent via text from the Captains to the Team.  Ensure that your Captain has your contact information.  

Email the absence email with known absences.  Rowers who initiate those emails must copy a parent on them.  Absences are reported to MileHighRowing2020@gmail.com  Be sure to review the absence policy.

 

 

 

 

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2021 Denver Indoor Rowing Championships

DENVER INDOOR ROWING WENT VIRTUAL!

2021 Race Results are posted on Regatta Central.  Thank you to all who competed with us!   We are still waiting on the socks.  As soon as they arrive, they along with the medals will be mailed to the competitors.  Thank you for your patience!

https://www.regattacentral.com/regatta/results/7190_10883.pdf

The socks are back and they are GREEN!  Our wish for 2021 is for the USA to be in the GREEN!  Your socks are included with your entry fee.

One Regular Fee ($35) applied until 17 January for  all the races you wish to do.  Late fee is $45 per person. One week to complete as many as you wish (February 1-7, 2021)

We will have an Altitude Category (must be racing at 4,000 ft or higher) and a Sea Level Category for each event.

Registration will open November 23rd.  Regular fees apply until January 17, 2021.  Late fees ($45 total) will be charged starting January 18, 2021.

 

 

 

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2020 Fall Season

Fall Season, it's a wrap!   Well done, MHRC on making our Plan-Bs; Mask Wearing;  Wet Launching; Social Distanced Boats; Virtual Races, Our own Rowing Triathlon; Everyone-Needs-to-Row-a-Single and  Everyone-is-a-Coxswain season successful!

We also welcomed 4 new boats to our fleet...  "Norma Jean", "Poppy Don", "Notorious" and "Chrissanthopoulos"

MHRC finished 4th (out of 163 teams)  at the Virtual Head of the Schuylkill Regatta

https://www.regattacentral.com/regatta/results2/clubResults.jsp?job_id=6266

 

 

 

 

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2020 Spring Season, USRowing Youth Nationals

And like much of the country our Spring Season became one of the athletes training on their own at home!

Incredibly proud of the 21 athletes who qualified for the USRowing Virtual Youth Nationals taking place on June 12, 2020.

Congratulations to Mara Evans, Tierney Kellish, Daulton Hunter, Ryan Kane, Ryan Sawyer, Braeden Brooks, Grace Wyatt, Tyler Tankersley, Sierra Hunter, Audrey Manning, Ava Owens, Jake Mandes, Max Hu, Ulla Schultz, Avia Lauchli, Jane Lauchli, Lulu Kahn, Khaki Sawyer, Lilly Sturhahn, and Kelly Roach!

 

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MHRC Rowers and College

2021 Seniors:  Braedan Brooks (Menlo College); Ryan Kane (Tufts); Parker Mead (Santa Clara);  Will Mead (Holy Cross); Kade Miller (Holy Cross); Grace Wyatt (Santa Clara) Alex Song (Santa Clara)


2020 Grads:  Sydney Wenstrom (Alabama); Mara Evans  (University of Kansas); TylerTankersley (University of Kansas);Tierney Kellish (USC); Lily Feagler (Western Washington University); Audrey Manning (Portland); Sierra Hunter (Wichita State); Bryn Flanigan (Wellesley College); Logan Busch (Purdue); Daulton Hunter (Orange Coast); Jordan Park (Creighton)

2019 Grads:  Josh Hankin( Oregon State); Alex Hemmat  (Fairfield University); and Molly Nankey is off to Clemson; and Rachel Junge will be joining the coaching staff!....

2018 Grads:  Sarah Denker (Notre Dame), Meaghan Miner (UMass), Etta Carpender (University of Texas), Piper Robinson (Colgate), Harrison Toll (Williams)  Pieter Van Leeuwen ( CSU)

2010 Grads: Maddie Lips and McLane Ritzel  were 2 of the very first Mile High Grads  who signed to a college  to row.  Both signed to Yale.

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About Us

Mile High Rowing Club is a non-profit youth rowing program for ages 13-18 operating on the waters of Cherry Creek Reservoir in Denver.

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Programs

We offer fall and spring rowing at Cherry Creek Reservoir and a winter training program as well. Summer Learn-To-Row Camps are available for new rowers.

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PO Box 4442 | Greenwood Village, CO 80155-4442