Modified Sculling Session 3

  • September 15, 2018
  • 10:00 AM
  • October 21, 2018
  • 12:00 PM
  • 405 Ohio Street, Buffalo, NY 14201


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Sculling is a type of rowing using two smaller oars, rather than one larger oar in Sweep rowing. In this program, participants will learn about water and boat safety, learn about the equipment and how to use it. Rowers will learn to row in a single training shell called, WaveCutter's as well as in Quads (4x) and Doubles (-2x). This program is a wonderful progression from Learn-to-Row and before joining the high school/Junior programs. Rowers will learn what it means to be on a team, commitment and hopefully gain a new lifelong passion!

No Experience Necessary

Non-Contact Sport

Opportunities for Athletes of All sizes

Boys and Girls: Grades 7th & 8th

Session 3: September 15th-October 21st │Saturdays & Sundays│10am-12pm

Cost: $200


What to wear:

Workout clothes- non-baggy shorts or spandex, T-shirt or tank, long-sleeve or sweatshirt as layers, sneakers, hat and sunglasses

What to bring:

Water, snacks, sunscreen

Please Contact Tom Boyer or Hilary Epes for more information at



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