HOIC – Cancelled, local Clubs to scrimmage 10/15/2017
Head of the Charles 10/21/2017
Head of the Hooch 11/4/2017
Turkey Row 11/18/2017
Land training begins 12/11/2017
This is a competitive program and enrollment demands far more than mere attendance. We expect commitment, hard work and sacrifice from all the young men and women who choose to become part of the program. In return, our athletes earn a spot in the most successful youth rowing program in the Southeast and carry on a tradition of winning and commitment to competition at the highest levels of youth sport.
Our rowers’ success also provides a pathway to wonderful collegiate opportunities. Statistics show that 100% of our graduating seniors went on to top notch universities and 92% stated that rowing at MBRC helped them get into the college of their choice.
Many collegiate coaches from prestigious institutions such as Harvard, Boston University and University of Connecticut use their training trips to Miami Beach as an opportunity to seek out promising athletes.
Take your rowing to the next level, be it novice, intermediate, or advanced. Train at the best rowing venue in South Florida. Be part of the great tradition of MBRC!
Coaching includes but not limited to:
MBRC is a World Class, state-of-the-art rowing facility with:
MBRC’s youth program is one of the most successful in the country. Boys and girls in 8th – 12th grades train five days a week and compete throughout the school year. The fall season runs from September to December. The spring season begins in January and runs through April, with an extended season for athletes qualifying for championship regattas. A three week try-out period is available for new rowers.
The team qualified four boats for the 2017 US Rowing Youth National Championships in Sarasota, FL. First place in the Final A and National Champions – the boys double of Jules Kramer and Colin Renae. The girls double of Isabella and Olivia Larder placed 4th in the Final A. Boys single sculler Jesse Kahn placed 5th in the Final B and girls single sculler Stella Marie Rose placed 3rd in the Final C. Congratulations to our rowers who competed in MBRC colors at the National Championships!
This is a recreational program for students in 6TH – 7TH grade. It runs once a week on Wednesdays from 4:30 – 6:30pm. Space is very limited. Please contact us to register.
This is a non-competitive program designed to introduce 8th graders to the training regimen for the Competitive Junior team. The program runs on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 4:30 – 7:00pm. Please call (305) 861 8876 to register.