Georgia Tech Crew was officially founded in 1986, and has since grown from a team of four to a team of 90+ athletes, making it the largest club sport at Georgia Tech. The team is also one of the most successful organizations at Georgia Tech, consistently earning medals at the Dad Vail and ACRA national championship regatta for more than 12 years in a row.
It is not strength, but desire that moves us.
Major: 4th year Electrical Engineering
Hometown: Alpharetta, GA
Prior experience: None
What I enjoy: When a boat clicks and glides effortlessly. I'm also a big fan of Welch's grape juice and well-fitting sweaters.
No events scheduled, for now.
No experience necessary! Our experienced, national-team trained coaches will build you to become national champions as you make lifelong friendships, push yourself to new limits, and represent Georgia Tech.
While many of our rowers were competitive high-school athletes, more than 90 percent of our team had no previous rowing experience prior to joining GT Crew. As long as you have the desire and dedication to improve your physical fitness and be part of a team, there can be a place for you on crew.
GT Crew is an intercollegiate, co-ed team that races throughout the Southeast and across the country against teams like Clemson, Purdue, and UGA. GT Crew has competed with powerhouse varsity and club programs to become one of the most elite club squads in the country.The student-run team was officially founded in 1986 and is the largest sports club on campus with approximately 90 athletes. We are also one of the most successful organizations at Georgia Tech, consistently earning medals at the Dad Vail national championship regatta for more than 14 years in a row.
For more information about the team please join us at an informational meeting, called Meeting for the Curious.
Next Meeting for the Curious
Wednesday, August 26th
Campus Recreation Center Room 251
Interested but can’t make it to the meeting? E-mail President@gtcrew.com for more info.
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