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Rowing Camps 2019

Event on Sunday, 29 July 2018

Based at Saltford Boathouse in Bath, Monkton are offering two 5 day Rowing Camps for the summer 2019. Aimed at children aged between 14 and 18 years our courses offer expert advice and coaching for both those with looking to improve their skills on the water during week one, to those who are looking to hone performance and maximise their potential and skills in week two.

  • Week 1 - Beginner/ Intermediate – 29th July to 2nd August (£255.00 per week)
  • Week 2 – Advanced – 5th to 9th August (£265.00 per week)

Each day our course begins at 10.00am and ends at 4.00pm, with the majority of the day spent on the water. Lead Coach and course instructor Simon Brown along with up to two other Monkton Instructors will be there on the water coaching from launches to ensure that the children are able to immerse themselves in all things rowing.  The training will take place in both sculling and sweep oar boats as the team make the most of Monkton's fleet of quality racing boats.

When were are not on the water the course can offer devoted land training which will include ergo technique, core strength and conditioning, nutrition advice and physical preparation. At the end of each day feedback will give on the day’s performance collected from state of teh art video and drone footage.

The course also offers a residential option for those wishing to stay at Monkton, participants are welcome to arrive from 6.00pm on Sunday evening through to 4.00pm on Friday.  Based at our Prep School in Combe down, full board and lots of evening activities are offered by our resident houseparent’s to ensure that the children are fully occupied during their stay on campus.

Please can applicants register their interest by e mailing, application forms will be issued as soon as bookings open in the New Year.

Book Now by filling the booking form.

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