Join us for the Mile High Sprints - Row for the Cure®
Challenge yourself and advance the fight against Breast Cancer on January 26.
Rocky Mountain Rowing Club hosts an annual regatta on Concept2 Model D rowing machines. Several races, for all age groups, are held throughout the day long event. The rowing machines are connected through a computer so that competitors can race as if in boats. The top three rowers in each event receive medals. The Mile High Indoor Rowing Sprints is an official satellite regatta of the granddaddy of indoor rowing sprints, the C.R.A.S.H.-B. World Indoor Rowing Championships.
In recent years, Rocky Mountain Rowing Club has been priviledged to partner the Mile High Sprints with Susan G Komen's Row for the Cure.
Compete in one or more fun events:
- 2000 meter race - Official C.R.A.S.H.-B Qualifier Race 500 meter dash
- 60 minute row
- 30 minute row
- Team 2k Racing - Share the meters
- Charity 20 minute Row for meters - Get Pledges!!
This year we are handling registrations through Regatta Central.
Row for the Cure®
Row for the Cure®, with the support of USRowing, is the rowing and water-sports community's crusade against breast cancer, raising over $1.1 million to benefit local affiliates of Komen for the Cure. Today, with events in 15 U.S. states and Germany, Row for the Cure® has blossomed into a multi-sport event that includes athletes of all ages representing four sports; rowing, canoe/kayak, dragon boat and Native American paddling.
|Mile High Sprints 2013.pdf||2.26 MB|
|Results - Mile High Sprints 2013.pdf||72.79 KB|