Today the team launched a GoFundMe campaign with a goal of $10,000. The pandemic squashed our typical fundraising activities that feature lots of social gathering element, so we need to make up for lost time. After months of intensive erging, the rowers are eager to be back on the water and back in competition to show that awesome HT Hawk spirit. We know it's been a rough go for so many families, but if you can, any contribution is greatly appreciated. Please click HT Rowers Back In Action
If your name is on the list below you are cleared to practice. If your name is not on the list, please contact Gregg to see what you are missing.
Please complete this pre-screening form at least two hours prior to practice each day.
Run: at least 40 min to an hour
Erg: at least 40 min steady state
Bike: at least an hour
(choose any of the above)
Preparations for the spring competitive rowing season start on Monday, Jan 11th with the start of winter conditioning. Rowers are to assembly outside the front doors of HT High School's lower gym at 3:30pm. To the extent possible, practices will be outside so please dress accordingly. AND...remember those masks. They are required to keep everyone safe.
Winter Training for HT Rowing will begin January 11th. There are hopeful signs that there will be a competitive spring season so we will prepare in anticipation for that welcome event. There are no changes in the training schedule (M-F after school, Sat early am) but the workouts will be restructured to comply with COVID safety guidelines for social distancing. Look for registration materials to be posted on the blog later this week. IMPORTANT - in order to participate, all health forms must be submitted to the school nurse.
Please click HERE to access our December workouts. You can feel free to break the workouts up however you would like. Be sure to create a sheet on the document to write down your workouts and see how everyone is doing. Good luck and keep working hard! Remember...come into the spring with no regrets!
It was our great pleasure and honor to host members of the Philadelphia Flyers Warriors for a special Learn To Row program this past Saturday. The event was organized by Head Coach Gregg Francis who was ably assisted by fellow coaches Fitti, Scott and Kathleen as well as many members of the team. More than 30 Warriors participated in the full rowing experience that proved a memorable occasion for all involved.
Practice is cancelled today due to the forecast of thunderstorms. We will resume at the normal time tomorrow.
THANKS to our generous sponsors
William G. Rohrer Charitable Foundation
1st Colonial Community Bank
Jeffrey M. King Architect
Cuneo & Leonetti Attorneys
Jackson Funeral Home
Haddon Family Dentistry
Square One Investments
Ann Marie Lynch Scholarship Fund
Cherry Hill Triplex
Dredge Harbor Boat Center
Fanelle's Auto & Towing
Jay Reinert, AIA Architect
Westmont ACE Hardware
Heritage Barber Company
Mark Weller - Coldwell Banker
Mulligan's Bar and Grill
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