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Monday, at MacWilliam Park in Vero Beach, three Vero Beach High School seniors made plans to continue competing in the sport they love at the next level. Vero Beach Rowing Club Stella Buckley, Maccoy Castle and Daniel “Mack” Hiden signed scholarship offers to row in college on the club’s floating dock installed earlier this year in the boat launch basin …
February 15, 2015 Bowing to a naval tradition that dates back thousands of years, the Indian River Rowing Club christened and launched its latest nine boats at a dedication ceremony last Saturday morning. Read More
February 16, 2015 The Vero Beach High School crew competed for the first time ever Saturday at the Novice Regatta on Turkey Lake in Orlando. Vero-Beach-High-crew-debuts-TC-Palm
February, 2015 “READY ALL … ROW!”, Vero Beach Magazine VBM_FEB15_CREW
March 12, 2015 “My gold medal was really the result of boat club rowing,” said Olympic medalist Joe Amlong, the guest of honor at an invitational cocktail reception last Tuesday at the Riomar home of Peter Stifel, hosted by supporters of the Indian River Rowing Club. Read VeroNews Article
April 28, 2015 The Vero Beach Freshman Girls’ Four from Vero Beach High School’s rowing team recently won the Florida Scholastic Rowing Association (FSRA) State Championship at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, April 24-25.
June 4, 2015 Notre Dame alumnae train with Rowing Club Youth Crew VB32963_June4_2015_RowingClub
On Friday Dec. 11, at 4 p.m., 20 athletes from the Vero Beach High School rowing team embarked on a 24 hour erg-a-thon to shatter two world indoor rowing records and promote one of the fastest-growing and most physically demanding sports currently on the local high school scene. Lacrosse holds the title for two decades running, but rowing is catching up …
December 2015 Vero News On Friday Dec. 11, at 4 p.m., 20 athletes from the Vero Beach High School Rowing Team embarked on a 24-hour erg-a-thin to shatter two world indoor rowing records and promote one of the fastest-growing and most physically demanding sports currently on the local high school scene. Read VeroNews Article
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