Very, very few of us have any real exposure to rowing as a hobby, as a competitive sport, or as a fitness regimen. We know all about soccer and baseball. We've all shot hoops on the driveway. But rowing? Really?
The high school rowing team, aka "Juniors," has seasons, just like other teams at school. There are 4 seasons per year, so athletes can easily use a rowing season to cross-train for another sport.
The Masters program is available to adults 18-118. Whether you are into serious fitness or enjoyable recreation, the Clermont Crew Masters program provides the facilities and opportunity to get out on the lake and into the fresh air.More
The Cincinnati Rowing Club and the Clermont Crew are pleased to host the Head of the Hidden Dragon Regatta. The course is 5000M and starts in the eastern part of Harsha Lake at East Fork State Park.
The fall season is upon us. Get in on the best-kept secret in Clermont County athletics!
More details on the Fall Season Info page
Check out Ricky sporting his shiny new silver medal at the 2014 World Rowing Championships! Ricky crewed the lightweight adaptive 4+ at Worlds, and a nice recap of the race is part of this article at US Rowing.
The crew raced ahead of the defending world champion British crew in its heat on Monday before being overtaken, finishing second and being sent to the repechage on Tuesday, where they jumped off the line and were never challenged.
The Cincinnati Enquirer has just published a lengthy profile on one of our favorite Junior rowers, Ricky Vandergrift. Ricky started rowing wit..
The Clermont Crew Juniors were featured in a lengthy article in the Enquirer's online and print editions! Several rowers were profiled and quoted, and..
Big news for our favorite still-water rowing venue! US Rowing has selected Harsha Lake to be the site of the 2015 Club National Championship Regat..
Our beautiful Harsha Lake rowing venue was featured in the Feb 10 Enquirer: “East Fork State Park is widely acknowledged as the finest n..
Live Oaks, Diamond Oaks, and Clermont Crew pull together to help rowing program Students at the Live Oaks and Diamond Oaks Career Campuses used th..