Oyster Creek: - Where the water is so flat, getting caught in the duck's wake is considered a rough outing!
Safety Tips: - Sprint practices are on the water. Make sure to stay on your side of the creek. Starboard blades closest to shore. Clear yourself every 5 strokes.
|April 11||Space City Sprints – BARC-Kemah|
|April 18-19||Texas Rowing Championships – Austin|
|May 2||MARS – Maint & Repair Saturday|
|May 3||Board Mtg. (after row)|
|May ??||Flip Test – River Bend CC pool|
|May 09||Next Beginner Class|
|May 15||“Trash Off” Creek Cleanup|
|May 30||Adaptive Rowing Clinic|
|June 08||GHRC Flip test date|
|Sept. 12||Steerhead Regatta – Ft. Worth|
|Sept 19||6 Bridges Regatta – Little Rock|
|Oct 24||US Rowing Learn to Row Day|
|Oct 31||Pumpkin Head – Austin|
Visit www.regattacentral.com for more race details and schedules
We row rain or shine, but never in lightning.
Thursday - 6 pm
Saturday - 7:30 am
Sunday - 7:30 am
Best thing about early morning, weekend rows are bagel and coffee with your fellow rowers.
THE GREATER HOUSTON ROWING CLUB (GHRC) is a non-profit organization founded in 1988 to promote rowing within the greater Houston metropolitan area. The club's mission is to provide facilities, equipment, and training for all levels of rowing ability from athletes training for regional and national regattas to complete beginners willing to give the sport a try.