Sign up Now to be pre-registered for CJRC's 2019 Summer Rowing camps. Pre-Registration reserves a spot for your child. Final Registration and payment are due on the first day of camp.
Camp Date and Times:
Camp participants will row on the water everyday. Saturday is race day. Parents are welcome to attend and watch the racing. We will probably finish early that day.
CJRC summer rowing camps are open to all Junior High age students. High school age students are eligible for our regular season program.
Payment will be due by the first day of camp. The fee is $190/week.
Have Questions? Please contact Ethan Revis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2019 Cincinnati Indoor Rowing Championship is an Official Qualifier for the 2019 Concept-2 World Championships in Long Beach, CA
You can get started with rowing today! No previous experience is necessary. There are no tryouts. Everyone is welcome.
Our fall season has finished, but it’s not too late to get started with rowing. All high school age students are welcome to come down and row on erg or into the tanks. We are currently training each day, after school, at our indoor facility beneath the Montgomery Inn Boathouse. Directions are available here. You can learn more on our getting started page.
The Cincinnati Junior Rowing Club is a competitive rowing team, open to any high school student in the greater Cincinnati area.
Located in Newport, Ky, the club has both boys and girls teams, totaling around 130 rowers from area schools.
Since our inception in 1993, CJRC has emerged as one of the dominant programs in the Midwest region if not the whole country. The club has won team championships for the 17th straight year in the annual Midwest Junior Rowing Association competition and has also earned 34 medals in National rowing meets, including 15 national titles. In addition, members of the CJRC have competed in the Olympics and other world rowing competitions.
Many of our club’s rowers continue their rowing careers at colleges such as Stanford, Indiana University, Clemson, Princeton to name a few. While we have experienced national recognition, we prides ourselves on being a program driven by the rowers and open to anyone – regardless of experience or income level.
Our mailing address is:
Cincinnati Jr. Rowing Club
PO Box 541122
Cincinnati, OH 45254
Newport, Kentucky, May 22, 2018
The Cincinnati Junior Rowing Club competed at the Midwest Junior Championships this past weekend, May 19 & 20th, at East Fork Lake. Over 40 teams competed from clubs across the Midwest including Pittsburgh, Chicago, Minneapolis and St. Louis. The competition consisted of Boy’s and Girl’s Varsity and Novice races. CJRC had an impressive showing by scoring the most points for both the Boys and Girls for the 18th consecutive year. In addition, the club qualified an impressive eight boats for the National Junior Championship taking place in Rancho Cordova, CA in June. (The top three places in the 1st Varsity events qualify for nationals.) In addition, CJRC medaled in 19 out of 22 races entered, highlighting the depth of this local team.
“We are proud of the Varsity and Novice crews’ spectacular performance over the weekend as well as the teamwork, camaraderie and sportsmanship displayed by our team. All the credit goes to the kids – they practice six days a week and make an incredible commitment to be able to compete at this level. We are excited to head to California in a few weeks and see how we compete against the top teams in the country,” stated Head Coach Greg Hull.
Register your Kroger Plus Card on line, and CJRC will get a donation from Kroger every time you buy groceries.
Purchases will not count for CJRC until after your card is registered. If you use your phone number at the register, call: 1-800-576-4377 to find out your Kroger Plus Card number.
Kroger Plus Members must swipe their registered Kroger Plus card or use the phone number that is related to the registered card when shopping for purchases to count.
The Cincinnati Jr. Rowing Club is a competitive rowing team, open to any high school student in the greater Cincinnati area. There are separate boys and girls teams, totaling around 130 rowers from area schools. We offer competitive fall and spring seasons, as well as a winter conditioning program. No prior experience is necessary and getting started is easy. CJRC is a non-profit 501.3c, all donations are tax-deductible. Our mission is to provide boys and girls in the greater Cincinnati area with the opportunity to learn to row and compete at a national level, while nurturing the value of commitment, development of character, and a life-long passion for excellence.