The Spokane River Rowing Association (SRRA) has provided rowing opportunities for the people of the Inland Empire and Greater Spokane area since 2003. SRRA offers Learn to Row classes during the summer months and opportunities to participate with the club in local regattas.
SRRA strives to make rowing accessible to people of every background and ability and promotes diversity, equity, and inclusion in all we do. SRRA encourages all interested rowers to become involved regardless of financial ability. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
SRRA provides a safe, educational and fun way for the people of Greater Spokane to participate in one of the oldest organized sports in the world. The Spokane River has been host to the collegiate rowing teams of Gonzaga University for more than three decades and through joint collaboration between Gonzaga University and SRRA, our members are also able to discover the unique benefits of participation in this sport.
One of the original Olympic disciplines, rowing develops strength, grace, endurance and team work while providing a chance to be out-of-doors. Rowing uses all the major muscle groups, it develops coordination and conditioning better than any other single sport. It is a sport that is enjoyed at almost any age and at any level of experience or physical ability.
If you are planning on visiting Spokane this summer we would love for you to be our guest! Check the calendar for practice dates and times, download our SRRA Guest Rowing Form and the USRowing/SRRA Waiver and email us at email@example.com to let us know when to expect you.
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Help SRRA diversify rowing in the Inland Northwest. Contributions go to equipment purchase and repairs, building a boat trailer for the club mobility and eventually acquiring our own boat house. We are currently building a strong foundation for SRRA to operate upon and our “not too far off” vision is a program that also offers Youth and ADA rowing.
Make a tax deductible donation to SRRA, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
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