Recent News & Events

Adult Learn to Row

Rowing is a great sport for adults of all ages that provides a full-body workout and the opportunity to meet new people and have fun in a team-oriented activity.  Morning and evening classes are available and meet twice-a-week in 4-week sessions. 

Classes are offered each summer during June and July.  Registration for the 2015 season are now closed. 

Check back here in late spring 2016 for next year's sessions.  

Adaptive Rowing Update

The adaptive rowing team has had a great start to the upcoming season.  The team of 8 has been holding indoor rowing sessions throughout the winter. 

Summer rowing sessions are being organized.  Check the Para-Adaptive page for updates.  E-mail the Para-Adaptive Team if you need further information or have specific questions or go to our web-page for regular updates.

March 8th, 2015

GCRA is Proud to Present The First Annual Arnold Indoor Rowing Challenge

The Arnold Sports Festival co-produced by former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is the largest multi-sport festival in the nation during which Columbus welcomes more than more than 44,000 sports and fitness fans. The event features 18,000 athletes competing in 50 sports and events now including rowing for the first time in 2015!! 

Get Pumped up and join the fun!!



Upcoming Events

Monday, June 06, 2016 • Griggs Reservoir Boathouse

GCRA Brings Home Hardware from Master’s Nationals 2014

Twelve rowers/scullers from GCRA traveled to Grand Rapids Michigan to participate in the US Rowing Master’s National Regatta, August 14-17, and each brought back at least one medal.  There were 28 GCRA entries in 23 different events.  The group brought back 3 gold medals (Mixed C 2x, W Club F 4x, Mixed A 4x), 2 silver medals (M Hwt A 2x, M Lwt C 2x) and 5 bronze medals (Mixed A 2x in a photo finish, M Hwt A 2x, Mixed C 4x, M Lwt C 1x, and W open B 1x), which placed the club in the top third of clubs in efficiency (17/58).  Efficiency is calculated as points/competitor for clubs that bring at least three competitors and excludes composite boats.  Although it was a bit windy, the moderate temperatures and low humidity made for very comfortable racing conditions.  Shown below are Mark, Laurel, Kristi and James (aka GoGo and the Gays) celebrating their win in the Mixed A 4x.

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