This is a Leander sponsored training camp for LBC athletes. A number of you are members so this should be of interest.
Leander’s spring training camp is focused on technical and physical development of competitive rowers ranging from novice to national team. Rowers are grouped together based on experience level and ability then taken for training sessions which suit their skill set.
Camp includes an introduction to rigging, training methodology and video work.
Leander athletes will be provided with sculling shells in the form of quads, doubles and singles. Sweep boats may be provided if a request is submitted to Jake Thomasen. Athletes from other clubs are responsible for bringing their own equipment to Leander to load on the trailer at least three days prior to departure.
Breakfast and Lunch are not provided as part of the trip. Athletes will be given opportunities to do grocery trips to a nearby store to stock up on easy meal options. Dinner will be booked through the host facility and included in the cost of the trip.
Payments are non-refundable due to the payments to our lodging facility and rental company being non-refundable.
Rumbling Bald Resort 112 Mountains Blvd. Lake Lure, NC, USA
Mode of Travel Main Contact Email
Estimated Final price
Final payment due
March 14, 2020 through March 21, 2020 Rental vehicles
$500.00 due January 2nd, 2019
*May vary with fluctuations in the exchange rate
February 1st, 2019
Payments sent by e-transfer to Leander.firstname.lastname@example.org Passphrase (all lower case) rowing
The trip is from Leander Boat Club in Hamilton to Rumbling Bald Resort, Lake Lure, NC, USA. The
trip is estimated to be 14 hours in length.
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Depending on numbers the method of travel will be decided between rental vehicles driven by volunteers or a hired bus service.
Lead Coach: Jake Thomasen Head Coach at Leander Boat Club
Additional coaches will be joining us based their availability and number of athletes attending.
Equipment – For Non-Leander Athletes
Rowers from other clubs are to drop off their equipment at Leander at least three days prior to departure for trailer loading. We can accommodate earlier drop offs and some rentals.
A manifest of boat names, manufacturer name, shell class (1x, 2x, 4x, etc.) and serial number must be provided by email to email@example.com by the time your shell is dropped off.
• Completed at least one season of rowing (bantam counts)
• Interested in spending a week focused on rowing
• Actively training for rowing
• Valid passport which allows travel to the US
• Notarized permission slip signed by parents or guardians
• Be a member in good standing with your club or team
• Fill out the google form (https://forms.gle/xVFP7MGkcX54SoyL7)
If you have questions or comments regarding the trip please contact Jake and include Junior Training Camp in your email’s subject line.
Chaperones and Volunteers
The trip will be in need of some assistance from chaperones as the target age group is under 18. Please contact Jake Thomasen at firstname.lastname@example.org to express interest or availability.
The responsibilities may include driving duties and availability to assist should an athlete need help from a responsible adult. A meeting will be set in January for any who respond with availability to chaperone.
We will require a completed Vulnerable Sector Screening which can be done through the Hamilton Police Service.