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SUBC has a number of different rowing programs on offer to cater to all members.
SUBC's Competitive Program offers the chance for rowers out of school to train at a competitive level for SUBC and strive for State and National Representation at all age groups.
SUBC's Club Rowing program offers a more social approach to rowing and training whilst still enabling you to race for SUBC at regattas. This group trains on the water a few times each week and receives coaching from the club as well.
LEARN TO ROW
SUBC's Learn to Row program is currently run each year at the beginning of March for several weeks and at the completion of the course participants of the course are able to join the SUBC Club Rowing Program. SUBC's Learn to Row program is typically aimed at those who are current university students or of similar age.
SUBC’s Master's Program is run out of SUBC’s Glebe shed in Blackwattle Bay. The Program welcomes alumni rowers, including those who have taken some years off rowing, as well as new members who want to learn how to row or are just learning to row. It offers a relatively social approach to rowing and training while also offering the opportunity to compete in local, national, and international regattas. The minimum age for Masters Rowing is 27, but there is no maximum age.