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High Performance Squads 2016 - 2017 Season:

A Pathway forward in Rowing:

THE Brisbane & GPS Rowing Club’s high performance program comprises of both men and women’s squads from U17 through to Open categories.  Our programs are designed and resourced to provide an enjoyable environment and the support needed to maximise its young members’ potential and enable them to achieve success at State, National and perhaps International level.

The focus this season will be on athletes competing at Queensland State Championships in January 2017 and the Australian National Championships in Sydney in late March.

Our various programs are designed to support and facilitate the development of athletes with a strong professional approach to their training and competitive rowing while balancing it with a healthy lifestyle and academic studies or work.  Allied health professionals such as sports psychologists, nutritionists, strength and conditioning coaches will be utilised throughout the season to assist our accredited coaches. 

In the past six years our program has produced nine Australian representatives, competing in sculling and sweep events at world U19, U23 and Senior A championships and this year a current club member Jess Hall has represented Australia at the Rio Olympic Games.

Other young members who successfully represented Australia in U23 and U19 world championship teams have been Jessica Hall, Gabby Kukla, Amy James, Eleanor Wilson, Chloe Hill, Sarah Zillmann,  Regan Spark and Rosy Cartmill.  Club members who were selected in Queensland crews have been Alice Doring, Alana Hewish, Sophie Macfarlane, coxswain Georgia Fitzgerald, Caitlin Cronin, Tash MacDonald, Julia Salisbury, Tyler Ferris, Sammi Sheehan, Miller Ferris and Rachel Haines.

The link to Google Spreadsheet for entries into the
2017 State Championships can be found here.

For more information, contact our coaches:

Liz Ralston 0419 766 166

Or email the club at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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