California Adaptive Rowing Programs
Angela Madsen, Founder & Director

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About/Directions/Contact

What is Adaptive Rowing?
Adaptive Rowing is rowing/sculling for the physically challenged.  There are classifications of abilities in adaptive rowing similar to paralympic classifications with class 1 being the most challenged and 5 being the most able.  There is fixed seat rowing for people who have limited or no functional use of their lower extremities (class 1-4) and sliding seat events are for all other rowers (class 5 and 5B for the visually impaired)

Who can participate in Adaptive Rowing? 

Everyone is evaluated individually as all individuals with disabilities and limitations are unique.  There are no age restrictions for participation in adaptive rowing within our program.


Contact:
Sarah Mackenzie, CARP Program Director & US Rowing Coach
562-481-4732   carp.rowing@gmail.com
Twitter: @RowingCARP   FaceBook: @carplb

Where we receive mail and donations:
California Adaptive Rowing Programs
3350 E. 7th St. #231
Long Beach, CA 90804

Where are we located?
Long Beach Rowing Association
Pete Archer Rowing Center
Marine Stadium
5750 Boathouse Lane
Long Beach, CA 90803

 

From the 405 North or South

The boathouse is located on Boathouse Lane.  The entrance is opened at 5:00 a.m. each morning and closes at 10:00 p.m.

1.  Exit 7th Street / 22 West.
2.  Exit Studebaker Road and stay in one of the two left lanes
3.  From stop light at the bottom of the exit, make a left - this is Studebaker
3.  Turn right at Loynes Rd. and cross over the Cerritos channel
4.  Loynes will cross PCH, continue until it dead ends
5.  Make a right onto Bellflower Blvd
6.  Make an immediate left onto E. Elliot Street
7.  Make a left onto Boathouse Lane

From the 22 Freeway

Simply stay on the 22 freeway West until it turns into the 405 North, then exit to 7th Street (22 West) and follow the directions above

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