Our men’s team, led in land workouts and erg maintenance by Devin Kelley, has pulled the basics together in this YouTube video — check it out!
June 6 started out gray, but the sun came out in time to welcome a record 75 participants to our National Learn To Row Day event.
EBRC ended the season strong, bringing home medals in 75% of our races at the 2015 USRowing Southwest Regional Masters Championships.
Recently, Coach said: “There is a culture in rowing that you will see as you advance — the culture of just shut up and row.”
Join us at the boathouse on Saturday, June 6, for the 14th annual National Learn To Row Day, sponsored by USRowing and Concept2! Spend three and a half hours with the EBRC men, women, and coaches to find out more about the sport and our team.
Dawn broke over calm water for this year’s Gold Rush Regatta.
EBRC’s annual trip up to the Covered Bridge Regatta in Eugene, OR, was a delight, as always.
Each year, our boathouse neighbors Berkeley High Crew host the 510 Sprints on our very own Oakland Estuary. This year, the Jackets added a masters scrimmage, growing this to a 2-day event.
Winter training is in full swing and the first sprint races are right around the corner. This year, our Oakland Tech Bulldogs will kick off EBRC’s season at the Pacific Novice Invitational on Lake Merced.
(Featured as the row2k Picture of the Day on February 6, 2015.)
Ugh. Average pre-sunrise temps at the boathouse these days hover in the low- to mid-40s.