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Welcome to CBC

Connecticut Boat Club is a high performance girls youth rowing club based on the Norwalk River in Norwalk, Connecticut.  Founded in the Spring of 2010 by head coach Liz Trond, the team includes girls from throughout southwestern Connecticut and Westchester County NY.  The team has proven to be a dominant force in scholastic rowing, most notably bringing home a gold and a bronze at the 2011 Junior Nationals, three golds at the 2010 Junior Nationals, and dominating their competition at races including the Head of the Charles, the San Diego Crew Classic, the Saratoga Invitational, the Head of the Schuylkill, the Head of the Housatonic, and the Newport (California) Fall Rowing Festival.

CBC is looking to build on its success, click here to learn more.  If you are interested in becoming part of CBC, contact Liz Trond.

If you are interested in learning more about CBC, contact Sue Ferguson, parent co-ordinator or phone on 203-570-7314.

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Spring Mini Camp

 

Learn to Row – Spring Mini Camp, May 20-27

Connecticut Boat Club, Connecticut’s leading all girl rowing team, is offering a spring learn to row camp at their Norwalk location.  All interested Middle School and High School students are welcome.  Camp will run after school from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.  Cost is $175 for one week.  Space is limited to 30 rowers.  Please email coach Liz Trond at liz@ctboatclub.org to sign up.

Training and Rowing with CBC

CBC athletes train on the Norwalk River at the location we proudly call "The Slab".  Training takes place from September to April.  We are on the water from late August until the fall season ends in November.

We begin training for the spring session indoors at Dynamic Athletics in Darien, the CBC Boathouse in Norwalk, and at the Yale rowing tanks on Sundays.   If you are interested in joining CBC have a look at the current roster of atheletes.  Chances are you attend school with some of them in Fairfield County. They'll tell you what you need to know.   If you have questions, contact Liz Trond by clicking here.

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