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Norcal’s First Paralympic Boat Takes 2nd at Head of the Charles

October 24, 2022

Burlingame High School sophomore Joss Tramel, 15, lost the use of her left hand and left foot at the age of 9, and was told she may never walk again. On Saturday, Oct. 22, she competed in the internationally renowned Head of the Charles Regatta with her teammates from Norcal Crew and a fellow paralympic…

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Norcal Wins Gold at Southwest Championships

August 4, 2022

2022 has established Norcal Crew as a team to beat!  After a successful weekend of racing at Lake Natoma, Norcal placed most of their boats into the grand finals.  2022 was the first year that all the 8+’s made the grand finals.  The Southwest region is one of the fastest regions in the country, so…

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Southwest Regionals Results

May 22, 2019

On Sunday, May 5, 2019 at the 2019 USRowing Southwest Youth Championships, in the space of less than 20 minutes, Norcal’s men’s and women’s varsity teams combined to qualify three boats for Nationals. The men’s lightweight coxed four, women’s pair, and men’s quad will now travel to Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Fla., to compete…

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New Norcal Crew Executive Director

February 8, 2019

We are pleased to announce that Beth Anderson will be joining Norcal Crew as the Executive Director.  Beth is currently the Junior Rowing Director at Newport Aquatic Center. Previously, she was the Program Director for the Oakland Strokes from 1997 to 2018.  During the 21 years that she led the Oakland Strokes, she build the…

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Three Norcal Athletes Represent the United States at Junior and U23 World Championships

March 30, 2018

Three Norcal athletes are representing their country this summer on the international stage. Makayla Karr-Warner (Norcal ’13, BU’17) qualified at Trials as part of a Lightweight Womens Quad training out of Union Boat Club in Boston. Trey Holterman (Norcal’17, Stanford’21) and Clay Watson (Norcal’17, Columbia’21) were both selected from the Jr. camp system to the…

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