NW Ergomania

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Learn to row or just take out a boat! Start rowing at the Pocock Rowing Center in Seattle today.


Learn to row or just take out a boat! Start rowing at the Pocock Rowing Center in Seattle today.


NW Ergomania

NW Ergomania is the Pacific Northwest Indoor Rowing Championship and satellite regatta for C.R.A.S.H.-B’s hosted by the George Pocock Rowing Foundation. Participants at NW Ergomania have the opportunity to qualify to compete at C.R.A.S.H.-B’s, the World Indoor Rowing Championship.

2014 Results

Thank you to Steve Jensen, creator of Regatta Master, for choosing NW Ergomania 2014 to be the first indoor rowing competition run on Regatta Master!

Click here for 2014 results from NW Ergomania at The Bush School on January 26, 2014.

For Competitors

The NW Ergomania Indoor Rowing Championship in 2015 will be held in late January or early February at Lakeside School in Seattle. Please check back for more information in late 2014 or subscribe to our E-News mailing list to stay informed about NW Ergomania updates.

For Vendors

Interested in being a vendor at NW Ergomania 2015? Check back here from more information in late 2014 or email Emily@pocockfoundation.org with your organization’s name and contact information.

For Volunteers

Thank you for bring a part of our team! NW Ergomania depends on the help of many volunteers to assemble ergs prior to the event and help set up the gym for hundreds of competitors.

If you are interested in taking a more hands-on role in the planning and execution of NW Ergomania, email Emily@pocockfoundation.org about joining the NW Ergomania volunteer committee. We’d love to have you on board.

Erg Sales

The Pocock Foundation will be selling the latest model of the Concept2 Indoor Rowing Machine — Only used the day of competition and fully assembled.

COST: To be determined in late 2014. NO sales tax! NO shipping and handling!

More information about how to purchase your new Conept2 Erg will be available in late 2014. Thank you.

"From the first stroke all thoughts of the other crew must be blocked out. Your thoughts must be directed to your own boat, always positive, never negative."GEORGE POCOCK

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