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overview & registration

Fall season overview & registration

The registration process is the same as last Spring, you need to first register with your school. Once that is completed, we'll use the school's roster and send you WWcrew's registration link.

Remember, to be eligible to row you need:
*A current/ up-to-date physical (submitted to the school nurse),
*Signed 2022 Usrowing Waiver
*Swim test on file
*Registered with your school and with WWCrew.

Please use the links below to register with your school:

Wayland Athletics

Weston Athletics

Please visit US Rowing to sign the online waiver.

Enter club code EUZXC and follow prompts.

Please take note of your child’s US Rowing number.

The swim test form is in a jpeg below.


Varsity 8/22-8/27 & 8/29, 30

Novice 8/24-8/27 & 8/29,30

Fall Season: All Squads 9/1-11/1
VARSITY: Monday-Friday 3:45-6:15 Saturday 8-10:30am
NOVICE GIRLS: Monday-Friday 3:45-6:15 Saturday 9-11:30am
NOVICE BOYS: Monday-Friday 3:45-6:15 Saturday 8:30-11AM

Tentative Race Schedule
OCT 2 Textile River Regatta Lowell, MA

We will be participating in either
OCT 8 Head Of The Housatonic Shelton, CT
OCT 8-9 12th Annual New England Junior & High School Regional Championship Worcester Ma.

OCT 16 New Hampshire Championships George Pembroke NH
OCT 23 Head Of The Charles (selected Varsity Crew)

We will be participating in either
OCT 30 States FallRiver Ma
OCT 29-30 Head Of The Fish Saratoga NY.

Winter season overview & registration

WW Crew encourages all our athletes to participate in a winter sport at your school! Participating in your school’s winter sport will prepare you for the spring season.

In addition, here are some more advantages:

–contribute to your school: winter season is your chance to be part of another school team and to be a three-season athlete.

–develop strength and endurance by cross-training, and avoid overuse injuries: it is good to move your body in different ways, and sometimes you can more quickly develop strength that is good for crew by doing other exercises. Swimming and cross-country skiing are exceptional sports for developing endurance that crosses over to crew.

–create balance in your life: all crew, all the time may not be healthy or productive for everyone. Consider whether the variety of a different sport and taking a break from crew may be good for you.

If you are not going to participate in a winter sport, stay fit, and keep in touch with the WWRA community. Winter training opportunities with wwra can be found at

Spring season overview & registration

Registration for the spring season...

Wayland Athletics


Weston Athletics


Please visit US Rowing to sign the online waiver.


Enter club code EUZXC and follow prompts.

Please take note of your child’s US Rowing number.

Summer season overview & registration

Other info

Fall is for longer races, typically 5k. In a typical year, WW Crew starts pre-season training in August about 10 days before the beginning of school. Training continues through September, with the Ergathon as a highlight. All of October is dedicated to racing in head races that are 5k endurance events. Usually, a couple of WW Crew boats compete in the Head of the Charles Regatta. The season wraps up with the NH Championships and the Fall Massachusetts Public School Rowing Association (MPSRA) Championships.

Spring is for sprinting, with the distance at 1.5k and 2k. Typically, WW Crew starts racing in April and continues through the US Rowing Northeast Championships and the Mass Public School Rowing Association Championships.

All regular practices take place on Lake Cochituate, launching from the WW Crew Boathouse, at the Wayland Town Beach, 25 Parkland Drive, Wayland MA 01778

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Wayland Weston Rowing Association, Inc. - PO Box 5508 - Wayland, MA 01778-1032

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