USRowing Annual Convention
- Dec 6, 2007 To Dec 8, 2007
- Miami Radisson - Downtown
- Miami, FL (USA)
- Hosted By: USRowing
- 2016 Owned Regatta
2007 Club of the Year Award -- Nominations Being Accepted Until October 22
2007 Annual Award Winners -- Nominations Being Accepted Until October 1
The following sessions are available:
Level I Coaching Education Certification
Description: This level is designed for someone who is seriously considering coaching the sport of rowing and who has not previously been USRowing coaching certified. This is an introductory course that is excellent for college students, recent graduates, parents or those who are just starting out in coaching.
Restrictions: Class limited to first 50 registrants.
Level II Coaching Education Certification
Description: This level is designed for a beginning coach who has held an USRowing Coaching Education Program Level I certificate for at least six months. This clinic is perfect for those coaches who have been coaching for at least one year. Includes manuals.
Restriction: Class limited to first 150 registrants.
Level III Coaching Education Certification
Description: This level is designed for an intermediate coach, who has been USRowing Level II certified for at least one year and may hold a position such as a first-time high school, club or collegiate head coach or may be an experienced assistant coach. The Level III courses are for those coaches who have coached a minimum of five years. Includes manuals
Restrictions: Class limited to first 200 registrants. Please note that additional requirements outside of the clinic and test are needed to fulfill the Level III certification process.
Advanced Coaches Series
Peak Power, injury prevention through core strength training, and rowing technique analysis are the focus for this year’s convention. Discussions on peak power production and its relationship to rowing will led by Jay T. Kearney, PhD, USOC Performance Services Team Leader. Jay T. was an Olympic paddler and, since joining the USOC, has worked very closely with rowing through research and testing. Zach Weatherford, and/or Kim Sanborn, USOC Strength and Conditioning coaches will lead the core strength program. Zach was instrumental in designing the core strength program used by the U.S. Women’s Team prior to their world record and world champion performance in 2006, and Kim Sanborn is currently working with our national teams. Technique analysis will be led by our national team coaches but also will be headed by other coaches in discussions of technique of your rowers. USRowing will be asking for short video of your rowers to illustrate problems and offer solutions. This year’s program will offer practical and useful information that can be implemented for any age or level of athlete