The Burnaby Lake Rowing Club (BLRC) rows on the calm waters of Burnaby Lake, in Burnaby, BC - one of the best places to row in North America. The club primarily works to develop skills in fine racing singles in a vertically integrated environment. To this end, Juniors row alongside Senior and Masters. The BLRC hosts the Crofton House School and Sentinel Secondary School rowing teams and is the host site for RCA and SFU rowing programs.
Typical club rowing sessions run at 7:30 a.m. midweek, and at 8:00 a.m. on weekends and holidays. Club rowing sessions are open to all club athletes. Schedule variances are posted on the club calendar.
The BLRC boathouse predominantly consists of singles and doubles with a focus on development of athletes at all levels of rowing.
If you are competent in a racing 1x and are interested in joining the club to improve your skills, please contact the club coach for the best time for a site visit.
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P277: BLRC - Equipment Acquisition and Renewal Fund