|Regatta Central ||A place to check on regatta results. |
|Race Trak ||Another on-line place where race results are posted. |
|Friends of the Chicago River ||A volunteer organization committed to revitalizing the Chicago River. |
|USRowing ||USRowing is a nonprofit membership organization recognized by the United States Olympic Committee as the national governing body for the sport of rowing in the United States. USRowing selects, trains and manages the teams that represent the U.S. in international competition, including the World Championships, Pan American Games and Olympics. |
USRowing serves more than 14,500 individual and 750 organization members, and promotes the sport on all levels of competition.
|row2k ||row2k is by some accounts is the most heavily trafficked rowing web site in the world. They have an extensive list of rowing links, and post race results and daily rowing news. |
|Masters Rowing Association ||"The MRA is a non-profit organization, dedicated to promoting the amateur sport of rowing to masters men and women at both the recreational and competitive levels. Our purpose is to provide a national organization that supports, educates and encourages the drive and athletic experience for individuals and rowing clubs and one that enhances their spirit of camaraderie." |
Chuck Alexander, New Trier '91 and former National Team member, is Managing Director of the MRA.
|The Rowing Service ||"The Rowing Service originated as an information contact in October 1994 and was first established on the World-Wide-Web in January 1995. It consists of a thousand pages of rowing information and links, and is designed to serve rowers of all levels and nationalities." |
|Midwest Scholastic Rowing Association of America ||The Scholastic Rowing Association of America (SRAA) has been the principal source of rules and procedures governing high school rowing. The association has helped many emerging high school crew programs by providing both sound advice and helpful contacts within the rowing community. The primary function of the SRAA is to run the regatta every May, determining the North American Champions. |
|Midwest Junior Rowing Association ||The Midwest Junior Rowing Association (MJRA) is an 11-state Rowing League that was founded in 2000 by coaches from Junior and Scholastic rowing programs to foster and develop high school rowing in the Midwest. We host two events every year, an 11-state USRA Regional Championship in May and an Annual Coaching Clinic and Meeting in November. |
|Chicago Rowing Center ||A women's rowing program for individuals high-school age and up, with any level of experience.Â Their primary goal is to provide competitive opportunities for all categories of women rowers and coxswains, including: lightweight,Â open weight, juniors and masters. |