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Learn to Row - Beginners & Continuing

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If you want to learn rowing in Sydney, then this course is for you. Whether you are a complete novice or have some previous experience, come and learn the skills of rowing. Rowing is the ideal aerobic sport for the entire body as it is low impact and low injury. You’ll enjoy the ultimate team activity as well as the magic moments of early mornings on the water. No Concession. Agenda – Beginners Week 1: Orientation to the pontoon area & basic terminology Racing shell setup &... More
Learn to Row - Beginners & Continuing
Ross Bowey
$275 inc GST
There are places available
Open Details
Other Information: Six sessions of 2 hours on Sunday mornings. Meet ready to row at 7.00am for each session (complete crews are needed before boats can go on the water).
SAFETY NOTE: Participants must be able to swim 50 metres and tread water as a safety requirement. All participants must sign The Sydney High School’s Indemnity Form, stating swimming ability, before they are allowed on the water. Participants should bring: a hat, sunscreen, sunglasses, snack/water, well-fitting shorts & top (loose clothing may become caught in rigging), football socks as well as a change of clothes to wear home. All participants must wear suitable footwear (no thongs or sandals) for carrying boats in wet areas. All boat equipment will be supplied. In case of illness, heavy rain or bad weather, please contact Ross Bowey on 0428 519 705 to make arrangements or reschedule dates.

Tennis - Beginners

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A fun introduction to tennis covering the five main strokes: forehand, backhand, forehand volley, backhand volley and serve. Students will be coached on all these strokes both individually and as a group. As the course progresses drill will be used to improve stroke production and game playtime will be increased. Racquets can be provided the first lesson, but after that please provide your own racquet. No Concession. More
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