The secret to winning in rowing – Drive distance, drive speed, slow recovery, and 8 people timing up.
Rowing Canada Aviron’s coaching development system provides professional training, evaluation and development opportunities to coaches working with athletes at various stages guided by the Rowing Canada Long-Term Athlete Development plan.
In addition to coaching educational opportunities, RCA offers excellent resources for coaches, including the CAN ROW Handbook (available in print form) and an extensive look at the Canadian rowing technique in pdf format to download. RCA has a system to train and develop umpires to run regattas.  These “Licensed” umpires are valuable volunteers who help make racing fair and safe. Stay up to date by signing up to our newsletter, which features event information, news and more.
GOLD MEDAL - Congratulations Lindsay Jennerich and Patricia Obee in the lightweight women's double sculls at World Cup 2 in Lucerne, Switzerland. Tricia Smith, president of the Canadian Olympic Committee, extends her congratulations before Obee and Jennerich receive their medals. Since he was named head rowing coach at Bates in March 2009, Peter Steenstra has led the program into undoubtedly one of the finest in Division III.
Steenstra was named 2015 Division III Coach of the Year by the College Rowing Coaches Association, after also receiving Men's and Women's Coach of the Year honors from both the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) and the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC).
Steenstra moved into the head coach position after stints as assistant and interim head coach at Bates.
Steenstra served as Bates’ assistant rowing coach during the 2007-08 academic year, then was named interim coach in July 2008. Steenstra has vast experience in rowing, beginning with his career on the men’s varsity eight at Hobart College, where he graduated in 1996. Prior to Bates, Doolittle served as an assistant coach with the Wesleyan University women’s crew program from 2012-14. During her time at Wesleyan, Coach Doolittle attained a master’s degree in liberal studies in August of 2014 in addition to functioning as a teaching assistant at the university.
A 2012 graduate of the University of Connecticut, Doolittle gained four varsity letters with the women’s rowing team.


Coach White most recently served as boys novice coach and assistant masters coach with Northampton (Mass.) Youth and Community Rowing from 2012 to 2015. Coach White graduated from Hobart College, where he was a member of the varsity rowing team, in 2012 with a bachelor's degree in philosophy, minoriing in environmental studies. Along with Marc DeRose, Tracey Tallman has joined the UCF rowing staff as an assistant coach. DeRose is no stranger to UCF, having served as an assistant coach during the 2008-09 campaign.
Before moving to Sacramento State, Tallman served as an assistant for both the men's and women's teams at St. As a student-athlete, Tallman competed four years for Minnesota from 2003-07, and was a three-year member of the varsity squad. In response to our recent Member Survey and consistent with our Strategic Plan, we are committed to enhancing member services by providing valuable resources for RCA Coach Education. Rowing Canada Aviron is excited to launch the RCA Athlete Development Pathway and the CAN ROW Coaches Handbook to our new Coaching Resource section of our website. All registered coaches in the RCA web registration system will have access to the complete RCA Athlete Development Pathway and the CAN ROW Coaches Handbook. Please ensure you have an account in the RCA web registration system and are in the role of "coach" for your member club or association. If you are an active coach at your club but are not registered in this system, please contact your Club Administrator and request that they add you as a registered coach.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all those individuals and organisations that have contributed to creating these new resources.
Bates women's rowing has competed in the NCAA Championships in every year, including five second-place finishes and the 2015 NCAA Division III championship -- the first Bobcats in Bates College history to win a national team championship. For defeating all of their conference rivals, Bates claimed its first NESCAC Men's Rowing Championship.
Steenstra helped coach both the Bobcat men and women to successful years while also acting as the programs’ recruiting coordinator.


While with the Cardinals, she helped develop practice and race plans, designed a weight training regimen, and aided in the team’s recruiting efforts. As the men's rowing team's assistant coach, White is also the men's team's primary recruiting contact.
George's School in Vancouver, British Columbia, where he served as the head of rowing while teaching.
This past season, she helped the Hornets pick up three gold medals, including two in novice events, at the Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championship. As a senior in 2007, she helped the Golden Gophers to a Big Ten Conference championship and the school's first appearance at the NCAA Women's Rowing Championship. The team matched that feat at the 2010 NCAA Championships, repeating as the national runner-up, then did it for the third year in a row in 2011, coming closer than ever to the team’s goal of an NCAA Championship. In the summer of 2009, Steenstra led the men’s rowing team on a trip to compete in the prestigious Henley Royal Regatta in Henley, England, after the men earned a No. Steenstra also coached at Cornell University, first as varsity assistant coach of the heavyweight men and then as the assistant women’s coach, while earning a master of science degree in sports management from Ithaca College. Doolittle helped the Cardinals earn a bid to the 2014 NCAA Championships where the team finished in fifth place. The duo joins a program that boasts one of the nation's premier rowing facilities in UCF Intercollegiate Women's Rowing Center. After leaving UCF, DeRose stayed in the Sunshine State, serving an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for the Miami women's program. Lawrence, she helped coach the women's team to consecutive NCAA Division III Rowing Championship appearances in 2008 and 2009, the first in the school's history. The 2009 squad placed seventh at the national team championship and the 2008 team placed sixth.



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