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Rowing

Rowing

Learn to Row

Ignatius Park College runs an inclusive Rowing program for ALL students in Years 7 - 12.

In Term 1, all new students have the opportunity to participate in a Learn-to-Row program. The program is designed to introduce students to the basic techniques required when on the water.

In Terms 2 and 3, students train on a weekly basis in preparation for competition regattas where students compete against other local schools. The rowing season concludes with the highly anticipated Head of the River, where schools compete for the glorious title.

The rowing crew also have the opportunity to travel to State Competitions for rowing which helps develop their skills even further.

Rowing is excellent for fitness and strength development as it gives students the discipline and guidance to achieve great results both physically and academically. Rowers typically gain a strong team work ethic, and is suitable for students at any level.

Contact:

For more information about rowing at Ignatius Park College, please contact the Rowing Coordinator, Harrison Parks via email rowing@ipc.qld.edu.au

Calendar of Events

February
15
Learn to Row commences

March
8
Pre-Season Training commences Years 10-12 15 Learn to Row concludes
24 Information and Welcome Night

April
2
Rowing Team Announced
16 /17 First 8 Selection Camp Year 10-12
19 Rowing Season Begins

May
9
Regatta 1 @ TJCU
23 Regatta 2 @ TJCU

June
6
Regatta 3 @ TJCU
25-27 CQ Schools Championship @ Bundaberg

July
12 Rowing Resumes
24 Inter Regional Scull Trial
25 Regatta 4 @ Riverway

August

7-8 NQ Schools Championship
9 States Team Announced
22 Head of the River

September
18-22 QLD School State Championships Regatta @ Rockhampton

October
8
Rowing Awards Night
TBC Come n Try Rowing Year 7

Contact

P: (07) 4796 0222

F: (07) 4796 0200

384 Ross River Road,
Cranbrook, Townsville
Queensland, 4814

Acknowledgement of Country Acknowledgement of Country

Acknowledgement of Country Acknowledgement of Country

The Ignatius Park College Community would like to humbly acknowledge the Wulgurukaba peoples on whose land our College is located, as well as the Bindal peoples on whose land many of us live and travel across daily. We respectfully thank the elders of this traditional land both past and present for guiding us through the journey of time to where we are today.