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Community Rowing, Inc. offers a broad range of programs for people with disabilities, from recreational and therapeutic to elite competition.  CRI is a USOC Gold Level Paralympic Sports Club and the host training site for the US Paralympic PR3 Mixed 4+ crew.

CRI is recognized as on of the top clubs in the US for para, adaptive, and inclusion rowing.  Rowing is a highly adaptable and inclusive activity, and provides individuals with physical, sensory, and cognitive challenges an opportunity to be a part of a rowing community that values teamwork, self-determination, and commitment to personal goals. Our coaches are highly trained and experienced in working with athletes with disabilities, and provide a high-challenge/high-support environment to help all participants succeed.  Through the sport of rowing, people of all abilities become athletes, learn to take positive risks, develop confidence, and become part of a community.

Sign up today for your Para Rowing Intake and see which program would best get you started!

We also provide specialized group programming for schools and community groups and other organizations serving people with disabilities.  Fill out the Small Group Outing Request Form here to inquire about a boathouse experience for your organization.

For more information, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Thank you to the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation for selecting us to support our para program, which empowers people living with disabilities, including paralysis.


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Impacts and Honors

  • Silver medal US PR3 Mixed 4+, Rio Paralympic Games, 2016

  • CRI is a USOC Rings of Gold Award, 2015

  • Three-time recipient of USRowing Club of the Year award