2014 MEMBERSHIP REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN ON REGATTA CENTRAL
The Rocky Mountain Rowing Club, Inc. was formed in 1985 as a nonprofit organization to promote rowing in the Rocky Mountain region. With minimal equipment and no boathouse, the RMRC’s original handful of members had little more than their love for the sport when they founded the Club. Today the Rocky Mountain Rowing Club has a boathouse full of equipment, over 100 members, and programs for racing and instruction.
Based in Denver, Colorado, the RMRC’s membership consists of experienced former college and elite rowers, people brand new to rowing, and everyone in between. On any given morning, you may find crews of men and women pounding out strokes in preparation for an upcoming race, a group taking sculling lessons, and recreational rowers enjoying the same water.
The Rocky Mountain Rowing Club is proud to make organized rowing available in the Denver-metro area. Please take a few minutes to view the rest of our site and learn more about us.
The Rocky Mountain Rowing Club is an IRS Section 501(c)(3) organization and donations may be tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Rocky Mountain Rowing Club is hosting its 29th annual regatta on Concept2 Model D rowing machines. Several races, for all age groups, are held throughout the daylong event. The rowing machines are connected through a computer so that competitors can race as if in boats. The top three rowers in each event receive medals. The Mile High Indoor Rowing Sprints is Denver's official satellite regatta of the granddaddy of indoor rowing sprints, the C.R.A.S.H.-B. World Indoor Rowing Championships.
- 2000 meter race - Official C.R.A.S.H.-B Qualifier Race
- 500 meter dash
- 60 minute row
- 30 minute row
- Team 1k Racing - Share the meters
2014's event is scheduled for January 25th at Crossfit Denver
130 Lipan St.
Denver, CO 80223
Learn more and register for the Mile High Sprints here.
RMRC members all are invited to attend our 2013 annual meeting. Please join us November 5th from 6-9 PM at Hacienda Colorado. We will eat, drink, be merry, and vote for RMRC's 2014 board of directors.
If you can't make it, send your absentee ballot to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
Attire is spirit and casual.
A shout out to our friends over at Denver's 5280 Magazine, who recently made a small splash about local rowing clubs. Thanks!
Every spring, Rocky Mountain Rowing Club produces a Learn-to-Row program for beginners.
Our program has no age limits. Rowing is accessible - at all levels of competition - to individuals in their early teenage years through to their nineties! We'll show you the ropes, from the rowing machine to the finish line. And no previous experience is necessary.