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					UNION BAY
ROWING CLUB
    UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, DEPARTMENT OF RECREATIONAL SPORTS PROGRAMS

                                                                                  TRAINING
The Union Bay Rowing Club (UBRC) consists of                                      The UBRC requires novice training, which is offered at
UW students, faculty, and staff who are interested                                the beginning of Fall and Summer Quarters through the
in rowing for exercise and enjoyment. The Club                                    IMA Sports Skills classes. Comparable experience is
rows competitively in many local regattas, however,                               acceptable only at the discretion of the Head Coach.
participation in competitions is not required of                                  For more information contact the Novice Chair.
members.                                                                          Rowers with substantial experience should contact one
                                                                                  of the Co-Captains directly. Co-Captains and the Head
DUES                                                                              Coach will assess your level of experience. They will
If you decide you enjoy the sport, you may join the club                          also provide you with an orientation to the Club and
for $40 for students or $55 for faculty, staff, spouse, or                        arrange for your completion of the safety requirements.
same sex domestic partner (subject to change).                                    HOW WE WORK
                                                                                  • UBRC holds coached practices approximately three
RESPONSIBILITIES
                                                                                    times per week (depending on demand) at 6:15am in
Members are required to show up to the practices they
                                                                                    the fall/winter and 5:45am in the spring/summer.
commit to and to coxswain periodically (training is                                 Practice generally ends at 8:00am.
provided). Attendance at one work party per quarter is                            • Members sign up the week prior for the days they
required. Members must maintain their safety status                                 wish to practice. Boat line-ups are constructed
(annual viewing of safety video and passing a float test).                          depending on member sign up.
Float tests and safety video viewings are generally held
at the beginning of each quarter.                                                 FOR MORE INFORMATION
                                                                                  Club Representatives:
CLUB MEMBERSHIP                                                                          Rebecca Hayoun: rhayoun@uw.edu
All currently enrolled UW students (Seattle campus) and                                  Jason Medeiros: spectabolis@yahoo.com
faculty/staff IMA members may join the club.
Faculty/staff may purchase their IMA Membership at the                            Novice Chair:
IMA Member Services Desk during operation hours.                                         Heidi Gildersleeve: hgilder@gmail.com

                                                                                  Head Coach:
UW extension, branch campus students, students of the                                   Mitch Sundt
ASUW experimental college, UW alumni, and the
general public are not eligible to participate in the Club                        Club Email:
Sports program.                                                                          ubrc@uw.edu

MEMBERSHIP WAIVER CARD                                                            Club Website:
All participants must complete a membership/waiver                                      http://students.washington.edu/ubrc
card prior to club participation. Membership/waiver                               Club Sports Coordinator:
cards are available from the club president at practice                                  Katie Beth
or at the Programs Office, located on the 3rd floor of the                               206-543-9449
IMA.                                                                                     kbeth6@uw.edu

                                                                                  IMA Homepage:
                                                                                        http://depts.washington.edu/ima

 The University of Washington is committed to providing equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation in it’s services, programs, activities, education,
and employment for individuals with disabilities. To request disability accommodation, contact the Disability Services Office at least ten days in advance at:
                                                   (206) 543-6540 TTY, (206) 685-7264, or dso@uw.edu

				
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