Here is a sampling of some of our Past Events.
Our athletes train hard and love to compete! Every year several exciting racing events are held in Texas and beyond that Texas Rowing For All athletes test themselves after hours of practice. You won’t want to miss the action photos and racing outcomes! You will learn about how and the outcomes of TRFA’s athletes as they compete at regattas/races such as: the Texas Erg Rodeo: the World Indoor Rowing Championships (CRASH-B’s); the Heart of Texas Regatta; the Texas Masters Championships; the Head of Colorado and many other exciting competitive events.
USA Paralympic Military Sport Camp
Texas Rowing For All has hosted the United States Paralympic Military Sport Camp. Over 80 active service members and veterans attended the rowing camp sponsored by TRFA and the US Paralympics. The Camp included participation in several different rowing activities including team boats and singles.
USRowing National Development Camp for Adaptive Rowing
Texas Rowing For All program served as host site for the USA National Paralympic Development Camp in November 2009
This 3 day event was a precursor venue for team member selection of the USA National Adaptive Rowing Team.
USA National Adaptive Team in Training
The USA National Adaptive Team Training USA National Adaptive Team for the 4+ traveled from across the United States to meet up and train in Austin at Texas Rowing For All & Texas Rowing Center in late September, 2010. Texas Rowing For All hosted the group under the guidance of National Team Coach Karen Lewis.
USA National Development Camp for Persons with I. D.
Texas Rowing For all hosted and sponsored the US Rowing National Development ID Camp that was held March 25, 26, 27 on Lady Bird Lake in Austin and at Flywheel Fitness, Austin. The camp was targeted to rowers with intellectual disabilities who wanted to increase their skills, technique and try out for the USA High Performance ID Rowing Team Paralympic Experience event.
Paralympic Experience Event
As a Paralympic Sports Club, one of our tasks is to inform the public about adaptive sports and invite people with disabilities and those who support them and other who have interest in adaptive sports to learn more about adaptive sports with “hands-on” activities. On April 10, Texas Rowing For All offered the public a chance to try out canoeing, ergometers and kayaking at the
Special Olympics Kayak Team-in-Training
Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities interested in Special Olympic kayak competition have formed a racing team and are coached by Diane McDiarmid, a certified Special Olympics kayak coach and US Rowing Level II certified coach.