Cleveland's Premier Adult Rowing Club

Fall Rowing

Fall Rowing League and Recreational Rowing

For experienced rowers
Program Description
The 7-week Fall Rowing League (FRL) program is designed for rowers of all abilities, from beginners to seasoned veterans, to row together as a team in an eight-person shell.  Teams may consist of rowers with one season of SRL, experienced rowers, or mixed skill levels.  During once a week OR twice a week coached practice sessions, rowers will develop boat handling skills and rowing technique.  All FRL rowers receive an FRL T-shirt.

For additional program information, contact SRL@westernreserverowing.com


Fall General Sweeps

For experienced rowers 
Program Description
The General Sweeps program allows a rower who has paid full WRRA membership fees to use WRRA sweep equipment on the Cuyahoga River (designated 4+ or 8+ shells and oars), as ruled by the Board of Directors and the equipment committee, subject to equipment availability.

All General Sweeps program participants using club equipment must have passed the necessary safety qualifications before using any equipment without an accompanying coach on the Cuyahoga River. For more information, please refer to the Independent Boat Guidelines.

» Registration for Fall General Sweeps.


Fall Masters Competitive

For experienced rowers 
Program Description
The purpose of the Masters Competitive Program (Masters) is to provide structure and encouragement for WRRA members with a minimum one year of prior rowing experience (or Head Coach exemption) who desire to participate in rowing competition. Outcomes include an improvement of the technical skills and physical condition of rowers in the program; and increased recognition of WRRA as effective competitors at local, regional, and national rowing competitions. 

» Registration for Fall Masters Competitive.


Fall General Sculling

For experienced rowers 
Program Description
The General Sculling program allows a rower who has paid full WRRA membership fees to use WRRA sculling equipment on the Cuyahoga River (WRRA owned 1x, 2x, 2- and 4x sculls and oars), as ruled by the Board of Directors and equipment committee, subject to equipment availability. 

A General Sculling participant using club equipment must be certified as an Independent Sculler or Independent Pair by the WRRA sculling committee and have passed the SQL1 test before using any WRRA equipment without an accompanying coach or fellow independent rower on the Cuyahoga River.

Certified Independent Scullers: For information on the Independent Sculler Certification process refer to the Sculling Program Guidelines.

» Registration for Fall General Sculling.


Fall Private Sculling

For experienced rowers 
Program Description
The Private Sculling program allows a rower who has paid WRRA private sculling membership fees access to the private sculling bay for storage of his/her personal sculling equipment. Rowers are responsible for paying annual private boat rack fees directly to the Cleveland Rowing Foundation. The Private Sculling program does not grant use of WRRA sculling equipment.

A Private Sculling participant must be certified as an Independent Sculler by the WRRA sculling committee and have passed the SQL1 test before using any personal rowing equipment without an accompanying coach or fellow independent rower on the Cuyahoga River.

» Registration for Fall Private Sculling.