The Victoria City Rowing Club offers year-round rowing for adults of all ages, abilities, and goals. We have a diverse range of members from 19 to 80+ years old, training for local, provincial, national and international regattas, as well as for fitness, health and fun. The Adult program includes athletes in Learning to Train, Learning to Compete,Training to Compete, Competitive for Life and Active for Life stages of Rowing Canada Aviron's Athlete Development Pathway.
VCRC recognizes that adults row for a wide variety of reasons and are often juggling work, academic and family commitments. We offer a range of opportunities for you to get out and row with like-minded people.
The VCRC coaches and members will help you find a training group that suits your goals, schedule and skill level, whether you are interested in rowing a few times a week for fitness and fun or training hard to race at a major regatta.
Whether you are a new rower, a graduate from the Junior program, a University, National Team or Junior alumnus returning to rowing after a few (or more !) years away, a long term member or a rower from another club there is a place for you to train and race as part of the VCRC community.
VCRC has an Adult Rowing Committee to help guide and support our Adult rowing programs. The committee provides feedback to coaches, organises social events and camps and takes suggestions from members.