Register online through Regatta Central. Registration deadline is Wednesday, January 28th at 4:59 PM PST.
Starting at 10 A.M. – every half hour – compete in a 10′ WOD to win free prizes and qualify for the championship at 3 P.M. for a chance to win an erg! $20 day-of registration (cash only).
The NW Ergomania Indoor Rowing Championship will be held on January 31st at Building 30 Hangar in Magnuson Park (map).
Here are a list of offered events:
GRAB THE OPPORTUNITY TO REACH HUNDREDS OF KIDS AND ADULTS FROM AROUND THE NORTHWEST AT A COMPETITIVE, FUN ALL-DAY EVENT!
This event is great for organizations exhibiting health, fitness, nutrition, and community education in the Pacific Northwest.
Emily Smalligan, Event Coordinator for NW Ergomania!
(206) 686-6390 | email@example.com
Become part of our team! NW Ergomania depends on the help of many volunteers to assemble ergs prior to the event and set up the rowing machines for hundreds of competitors. There are also many opportunities to lend a hand the day of the event. Please contact the volunteer coordinator, Alex O’Reilly to learn more and sign up!
If you’ve already volunteered for the event and need to log your hours, you can do so easily online. Thank you!
Volunteer Opportunities for NW Ergomania:
The Pocock Foundation will be selling the latest Model D Concept2 Indoor Rowing Machine with the PM5 (Performance Monitor) Only used the day of competition and fully assembled. Supplies are limited. Please contact Patty Finney at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206.686.6388 to put down a deposit or for more information.
Thank you to Steve Jensen, creator of Regatta Master, for all his help with Regatta Master this year.
Click here for 2015 results from NW Ergomania! at Magnuson Park on January 31, 2015.
We recently asked one of our hard-working volunteers and long-time supporters why she supports the Row to the Future Initiative and what it means to her. Her response inspired us and we are hoping it will inspire you too. Thanks so much for your warm sentiments, Ellen! Pocock’s inspirational summary of rowing and life […]
(Check out the fabulous photos from the event here. Big thank you to Margie Nicosia for providing them.) At 6:00 am, Magnuson Park was shrouded in fog and darkness. Within an hour the dormant building was hopping with athletes young and old from across Seattle. By 8:00 am, the racing was off to a roaring start. And, at […]
In October 2014, the Erg Ed™ Program held its first fully adaptive indoor rowing class at Eckstein Middle School. Toni Bader, adaptive physical education specialist of Seattle Public Schools, helped coordinate the session with physical education instructor, Josh Hanson, special education teacher, Jodi Gedansky, and Interim Erg Ed™ Program Coordinator, Aubrey Fitzpatrick. With optimism and […]