CHATTANOOGA ROWING PROGRAMS

Want more? Chattanooga Rowing offers a wide variety of exciting programming options that fit all ages and functional abilities. Take a look below to learn more about what we have to offer.

CLASSES

Open to all, regardless of membership status

Whether you're training for a race, just learning the basics, or want to find a fun space to do some yoga with friends, these pay-per-class sessions are the perfect fit. Reservations fill up quickly, so click the link below to find out more or to sign up today!

Crossfit Rowing Machines
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CHATTANOOGA JUNIOR ROWING

Chattanooga's Youth Club Team

Chattanooga Junior Rowing (CJR) serves as the Chattanooga-area's only all-inclusive youth rowing organization in the Chattanooga, TN area.
Open to all middle and high school-aged students, CJR strives to offer a positive competitive rowing experience that celebrates each athlete for the individual strengths they encompass, regardless of school affiliation.

COLLEGIATE ROWING

Rowing at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Chattanooga Rowing is proud to partner with UTC Rowing, a UTC club sports program composed of student-athletes supported in training and competition by each other, university staff, and the community.

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LOOKOUT ROWING

Adult Rowing

As Chattanooga's only adult rowing club, Lookout Rowing Club (LRC) is committed to supporting the post-grad, adult rowing community in the Chattanooga area through team racing, individual boat usage, and promotion of the sport of rowing.

ADAPTIVE ROWING

Rowing for the Physical or Cognitively Impaired

One of the founding principles of Chattanooga Rowing is to make rowing accessible to all. Our adaptive program is intended to provide members of the community who, because of physical or cognitive challenges, might not otherwise experience our sport. Each rower is paired with a volunteer mentor from either the CJR or LRC rosters, and are invited to row recreationally on their own time, or to train to compete at the Head of the Hooch each Fall. 

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