TAMPA, Fla. - It has been said that “Scullers are the cream of the crop of the Rowing Community.” It is for this reason that The Stewards Foundation; Inc. has decided to hold a camp focused only on the art of Sculling from December 26-30, 2011 at The Stewards Community Boat House in Tampa, Fl. The Camp is open to experienced masters, collegiate and high school rowers. The five (5) day camp will consist of ten (10) sessions.
“‘Sculling’ is a lifetime sport. It is highly technical and competitive,” notes Tom Feaster, a member of the Board of Directors of the US Rowing Association and President of The Stewards Foundation. Feaster, a former national Schoolboy Singles Sculling Champion and Hall of Fame Athlete at Marietta College, will serve as a coach for this program. He will be joined by Coach Rodriguez, President of The Tampa Rowing Club and Sculling Coach at The Academy of Holy Names. Coach Rodriguez is a former World Masters silver medalist who began his Rowing career in Havana, Cuba.
During these ten (10) sessions, rowers will be videotaped in Quads, Doubles and Singles; The Scullers will learn the science of proper rigging, the art of correct posture and balance in the shell and be provided a state-of-the-art training schedule to improve their competitive edge. The fee for the entire ten (10) sessions is $500.00 and includes breakfast each day. Registration and fees to be paid via Regatta Central.
Reservations are on a first come- first serve basis and space is limited so please email or call today. To sign up for this class, please contact Tom Feaster at (813) 404-6580 or email email@example.com The Stewards Boat House located at 1007 North Blvd.is within Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park. The Park is at the intersection of Cypress Street and North Blvd. It is positioned on the west side of the Hillsborough River.