Rocky Mountain Rowing Club offers instruction for never-ever rowers all the way to advanced competitive athletes. If you are brand new to the sport of rowing, you can sign up for our Learn To Row program, held every spring. More information on that is available here. This is an extremely popular program, so the wait list can be over a year long, but when the list becomes open to the public, each April, you can sign up by clicking here for access the RegattaCentral login page.
If you already have some rowing experience, members can join one of four levels of coached group programs. Programs meet at least once a week and are open to RMRC members, for an additional program fee. Sessions typically start in May and last throughout the summer, typically wrapping up in September. Click here for more information on programs via Regatta Central.
Lauren Steavpack, Novice Single Scull & Multi-Seat Programs
Lauren has been the Novice coach at RMRC since 2015. Lauren started rowing at the University of Wisconsin-Madison as a walk-on for the Wisconsin Women’s lightweight rowing program. She started coaching novice at RMRC in 2015. Additionally, she was the head coach for University of Denver’s Club Rowing program from 2016-2019. Her favorite part about coaching novice at RMRC is everyone’s enthusiastic ability to try something out of their comfort zones.
Grace Doepker, Intermediate & Advanced Multi-Seat & Single Scull Programs
Ilia Koff, Intermediate & Advanced Multi-Seat & Single Scull Programs
T.R. Hernacki, Advanced Racing Single Scull Program
Peter Gozar, Learn to Row Program
As a US Rowing Level 2 Certified Coach, Pete has been sharing his love of rowing and sculling since the early 1990s. Originally from Cleveland Ohio, he began rowing in a wooden four with Kent State University Rowing Club. After college, Pete started coaching with the Western Reserve Rowing Association and became involved with the Boathouse Initiative and at the Board Level with the Cleveland Rowing Foundation. As a Coach, he has experience working with both sweep rowers and scullers.