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Edgewater Crew stands proud among the first programs that established competitive rowing for high school students in Florida. Since our founding 53 years ago by EHS teacher Dennis Kamrad, we have trained athletes to lead their peers both on and off the water compiling a long tradition of excellence in rowing, scholarship and citizenship.

We compete with more than 40 other school and club programs in Florida, and occasionally venture out of state to race teams on a regional and national scale. Some of our athletes have gone on to row in college, and all have been served well in their adult life by the lessons of dedication and teamwork that are the heart of this sport.

We invite any student who is eligible to participate in Edgewater High School athletics to give rowing a try. Boys and girls of any size are welcome and no athletic experience is required. No one is 'cut'; if a student has the determination to train, we make a place for him/her on the team to race.

Rowing operates as a club sport at the high school level; therefore our team gets no dedicated funding from the state, county or school. There is a financial obligation to participate, however we give students at least 2 weeks to try our program at no cost, and there are numerous opportunities to generate funds to offset dues and fees.

Orlando Rowing Association is a 501, (c)(3) charitable, educational, non-profit corporation made up of Edgewater Crew parents which provides all administrative, financial and logistical support to the team. ORA also conducts fundraising operations while soliciting donations and grants which are put to good use with NO administrative overhead.

Latest News

Boys Junior8 Wins State Championship Edgewater's Boys Junior8 boat posted victories in their qualifying heat and Grand Final to capture both the Scholastic and Youth State Championship trophies at the FSRA Sweep Championships in Sarasota. It was the first title for an 8man Eagle boat in 7 years. 5 other boats represented EHS at States with the Boys Light4 making its Grand Final while the Girls Freshman8 and Junior8 boats posted 3rd place finishes among scholastic teams.

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Boys train for Stotesbury
The state champion Junior8 boat will travel to Philadelphia to compete with the nation's best in the Stotestbury Cup May 19-20. Stotesbury is the largest and oldest high school regatta in the world and attracts top scholastic teams from around the country. The crew will be training and fundraising to make the trip a successful one. You can help by clicking the DONATE button on this page.

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Junior Eagles race and wrap
Our Spring middle school season included races at the Jake Snyder Regatta where 2 bronze medals were won. The season concluded with the Edgewater Invitational on March 18. Plans are being drawn for a Summer session. Click on the Middle School button for more details.

Edgewater Masters in full gear
Our adult rowing program won medals at OARS Masters Regatta in March and competes again May 20 at the Florida Masters on Lake Fairview. Adults of any age and experience level are welcome to join practices on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at any time of the year. Click on the MASTERS button for more details.




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