New Brunswick will be sending four N.B. based rowers to the National Rowing Championships being held from September 22-25 on Burnaby Lake, B.C.
Jennifer Clarke and Jessica Chouinard from the Fredericton Rowing Club will be joining Ian Morrison and Noah Hartery from the Kennebecasis Rowing Club. Taylor Perry, a former member of FRC now rowing out of Leander, B.C.will be competing as well.
There were 18 crews that hit the water outfitted in their competitive clothing for a photo shoot that travelled down towards Morrell Park and back.
The Head of Four Bridges Regatta hosted by FRC is set for Saturday, October 1st on the St. John River. More details concerning the event will be posted when they become available.
There were 13 members of FRC that took part in Rowing PEI’s first Red Island Regatta on Saturday on the Brudenell River which highlighted a unique combination of events including sprint races as well as coastal rowing in open water.
The regatta may be the first of its kind in Canada and North America combining sprint and coastal rowing events.
The Paris Crew was inducted into the inaugural class of the Canadian Rowing Hall of Fame on Tuesday in St. Catharines, Ont.
Rowing New Brunswick Aviron (RNBA) is looking for an individual to fill the position of Team Manager for the 2017 Canada Games to be held in Winnipeg, Manitoba between July 28 – August 13, 2017. Rowing will be held in the first week with NB rowing team arriving around July 28 and returning to New Brunswick on August 5.