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The 2014 Long Island Frostbite Regatta has been postponed to November 8th due to the inclement weather forecast this weekend.  Stay tuned to our website & our social media pages for the latest updates and information.

  • Winter Training News:  Sagamore Rowing Association is proud to partner with Hammer Human Performance to offer the 2014-2015 Juniors Winter Training Program.  This year’s winter training program will be like nothing that been done before at Sagamore Rowing.  Sagamore Rowing Association and Hammer Human Performance have developed a program that incorporates individualized training session, multi-faceted training methods, and a holistic approach that not only develops top rowers, but top athletes!  Whether you are just starting, a seasoned veteran, or just looking to cross-train and improve your fitness, we’ve for the program for you.  Click here for the details; Registration opens October 22nd!
  • Our Varsity athletes will practice 5 days a week, from 3:45pm to 6pm, on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, with Saturday practice running from 10am to Noon until December 20th.   Varsity will progress to 6 days a week on January 5th.
  • Our Modified athletes will practice 3 days a week, from 3:45pm to 6pm, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with Saturday practice running from 10am to Noon.  On January 5th through February 28th, modified practice will be Monday, Wednesday, Friday, & Saturday.  Starting March 3rd, modified practice will be 5 days a week (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, & Saturday) until March 31st.  Please contact Coach Delgado if you have questions!
  • Masters Winter Training is now underway!  More information can be found here.  An email regarding the vision for the program will be sent out on November 23rd.   If you are, or have been a member in the past 2 years, you’ll receive the email.  If you are not and want to be included, email us at masters@sagamorerowing.org and we’ll add you the mailing list!

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