Mosman Rowing Club

Mosman Rowing Club

Mosman Rowing Club is one of Australia’s oldest and most respected sporting institutions with a long and proud history spanning more than a century. Officially established in 1911 on the north shore of Sydney Harbour, Mosman Rowing Club grew out of Mercantile Rowing Club which operated at Dawes Point near Circular Quay from 1873 until 1911. The Mercantile boatshed was relocated to Mosman in 1911 marking the launch of Mosman Rowing Club under its current name. The Club moved its rowing operations to The Spit in Middle Harbour in the 1950’s and in doing so gained access to one of the most spectacular waterways in the world. Mosman Rowing Club’s vitality is symbolised in its state-of-the-art new boathouse and gymnasium. Opened in 2008 the new boatshed, together with the original boatshed, provide facilities that meet the needs of all members as well as five major Sydney schools. With two boatsheds, two pontoons, a gymnasium, function centre, club room, offices, storage compounds, full disabled access (including the first disabled-access rowing pontoon in Australia) and access to a quality waterway, Mosman currently offers one of the most complete rowing environments currently available. Over the years Mosman Rowing Club has produced many of Australia’s most successful Olympic and international rowers, and the development of high performance rowers remains the club’s primary purpose and focus. Mosman’s elite coaching team is led by triple Olympic coach Nick Garratt. Mosman Rowing Club is also home to a large and growing contingent of Masters rowers who continue to represent Mosman Rowing Club in competition around Australia and overseas at all age and grade levels. Mosman is committed to the development of rowing as a sport and welcomes rowers of all ages and abilities. The Club's Learn-to-Row (L2R) and Recreational rowing programs are specifically designed for novice and beginner rowers with a pathway that allows less experienced rowers to progress as their independent rowing skills develop
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