2014 Golden State Indoor Rowing Championships
Test Your Physical and Mental Limits in the Exciting Sport of Indoor Rowing
The Sacramento State Aquatic Center will be hosting the 2014 Golden State Indoor Rowing Championships (GSIRC) on Saturday, February 1st. Held at one of the finest rowing venues in North America, the GSIRC attracts hundreds of competitors from across California to contend for qualification to the World Indoor Rowing Championships (C.R.A.S.H. –B SPRINTS). While there will be many high caliber teams competing, the general public is invited to enter the competition as well. Competitor ages range from 14 to well into the 80’s, so there is definitely something for everyone.
Not the competitive type? Not to worry, there is plenty of room for spectators and the competitors greatly appreciate as much cheering as they can get. Indoor rowing is perhaps one of the toughest, if not the toughest, test of one’s physical and mental limits; which accounts for its newfound popularity in the demanding world of multi-sport training.
To enter the competition, please visit the Aquatic Center’s website: www.sacstateaquaticcenter.com An entry packet must be reviewed, signed and submitted/postmarked no later than Jan. 24. All entries must be returned to the Sac State Aquatic Center, 1901 Hazel Avenue, Gold River, CA 95670. For questions, please contact the Aquatic Center front desk at (916) 278-2842 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sacramento State Aquatic Center is a cooperative operation of the Associated Students Inc. of California State University, Sacramento, the University Union of Sac State, California Department of Boating and Waterways, and the California Department of Parks and Recreation. The center was established in 1981 and has provided instruction to thousands of students. The center offers university kinesiology classes, leisure classes for the general public, competitive teams, and a series of progressive summer camps and youth programs. The Aquatic Center is a regional boating instruction safety center as part of a program funded by the California Department of Boating and Waterways.