Congratulations to HRA members who participated in the Daytona to Ormond 18,000 meter fun row, June 25th, 2016!!! A great time was had by all! Are you ready to jump in a racing shell and experience the thrill of it all?
The Halifax Rowing Association is offering summer crew camps for both junior rowers and adults!
HIGH SCHOOL AND MIDDLE SCHOOL ATHLETES - If you're a high school or middle school student who wants to compete, this may be for you! Our team is growing and we need competitive-minded individuals who want to work hard and win. There are three three-week sessions, each designed to prepare you for rowing success. Sessions run Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday of each week, from 10 AM to noon. Remaining 2016 sessions are: Session Two: July 5 - July 22; Session Three: July 25 - August 12.
ADULTS - you can do this, too! Rowing is a superior all-body workout -and it's fun! We've moved our summer camp times to the evening to make it even easier for you to test the water, so to speak! The adult Learn-to-Row is a six-week program that meets three times a week (Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday evenings, from 6-8 PM). The six-week session begins Monday, June 13, 2016. Make this the year you make a difference in your life!
Sign up today for our Learn-to-Row summer program!
To celebrate our 20th year, we are embarking on a Legacy Brick campaign to keep the spirit of the club and rowing alive for many more decades to come. . See your name or special message included in our Halifax brick "H" which is seen daily by rowers, spectators and community members. Funds raised from the Legacy Brick campaign will be used for maintaining and upgrading our current rowing shells and blades. We do hope you'll join us in this endeavor and thank you for your support! See you on the water!
Payment options include pay by check (mail) or pay through your PayPal account.
HRA's competitive Junior Crew Team is growing and gaining momentum in the sport of rowing. With 30+ HS rowers and 10+ MS rowers, the HRA Junior Crew Team participates in seasonal races around Florida. GO HRA!!!
From fitness rows to competitive regattas, HRA caters to casual and competitive rowers alike. Memberships are designed to fit your lifestyle, and members are treated to a variety of programs, functions, and events throughout the year. Its boathouse, The Halifax Rowing Center, is also home to the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) Crew.
Fitness. Friendship. Fun. It's all here and waiting for you with HRA! (Masters Rowers (l-r) Perry S., Mike M., Dave K. and Nick G.,, competing as a men's 4+ at The Head of the Hooch 11/7, take rowing seriously...but maybe not their rowing fashion! Shown here before a Halloween row)