Wellness Resources

Our Community Supporting our Community

CRI has created a resource team to offer support for our community’s physical and mental well-being. You may have questions about mental health/treatment or are looking for medical input on training tweaks or aches. Access to these resources is available to anyone in our community (e.g., rowers, parents, CRI staff).

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CRI weather alerts & water quality

Monday, February 1 at 12:00 PM - Tuesday, February 2 at 2:00 PM
 
Due to forecasted snow accumulations, CRI's boathouse will be closed on during the hours above.  

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Contact Us

Everything you need to know to get in touch with CRI

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Mission & History

Community Rowing Inc. (CRI) was founded in 1985 as a nonprofit organization dedicated to the belief that the sport of rowing provides unique opportunities to promote personal and community growth through teamwork, discipline, and physical fitness. 

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Meet the CRI Team

Learn more about the CRI Leadership Team, Coaches & Staff, the Board of Directors, and our Trustees.

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Join The CRI Team

View the current job openings at CRI. To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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The Bode Award

The award was named in 2016 to honor a coach or individual making significant contributions to the CRI community through time, actions, talents, and dedication.

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Consider Volunteering at CRI

CRI is always looking for volunteers for all of our programs!

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CRI Wakeless Safety Launch

Community Rowing Set out to construct a better and Safer Low Wake Coaching Platform and we believe we did with our SMK 8m.  Community Rowing is a Safety First Organization and we strive to carry that mentality throughout everything we do.  The SMK 8m launch with its lower sheer, tight maneuverability, low wake, and clear deck, helps accomplish that goal.

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Press Releases

CRI's official communications 

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Covid-19 presumptive and confirmed cases

Tuesday, April 7, 2021, 11:00am

CRI received a positive pool test result Wednesday 4/7 for one group that tested and practiced Tuesday 4/6 at CRI. Athletes in the affected pool were notified by their coach, and they will be following state guidelines for testing and quarantining.

The precautions and practice structure that we have been using are designed to reduce the chance of transmission between athletes, and especially between separate pools. At this point, no further action is required from other participants, other than to continue to monitor for any symptoms. As always, if any athlete experiences symptoms of covid, they should stay home from practice and not come to the boathouse unless they can answer "true" to all of the questions in the daily wellness check.

 

Monday, March 22, 2021,  10:30am

Pool testing begins at CRI this week.  Appropriate information regarding any pool positive results will be posted on this page moving forward.

 

Tuesday, July 28, 2020, 6:00pm 

Today, a community member received a positive test result for COVID-19 and reported it to CRI.   

  • The last time this person was at CRI was Friday, July 24.  
  • The person was asymptomatic at the time.
  • A member of the Response Team has been in contact with the individual.
  • The Response Team member has also reached out to each of the participants in the class. 
  • Since the visit, CRI has conducted an anti-viral fogging as part of our ongoing safety and deep cleaning procedures.
  • No Further Action or announcement is necessary at this time