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POCOCK ROWING CENTER

HAPPENING NOW

SAFETY

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As we head into a colder time of year, please review safety information and mind your circumstances when heading out on the water! 

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

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Take a moment to read through our resources on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion by clicking the button below.

 

Part of George Pocock’s living legacy within PRC is a reverence for the art of teaching. Learning to be antiracist is not easy. It will require patience, honesty and guts to integrate the George Pocock Rowing Foundation’s (GPRF) broad vision for inclusion into the PRC boathouse. 

PARKING

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Review our most recent parking lot updates and make sure you know where to park! 

Please consider making a donation to PRC.

These donations keep our programs running during challenging times.

OUR ROOTS

A Community Boathouse of the George Pocock Rowing Foundation

The George Pocock Memorial Rowing Center was built in 1994 by the George Pocock Rowing Foundation - a group of Seattle, Northwest, and National rowing enthusiasts - to honor the legacy of George Pocock by ensuring access to the formative, wonderful sport of rowing.  The Center has evolved over the years with the growth of the sport and the city.  The history of the Pocock Rowing Center has included high performance training for rowers at the youth, elite and adult level.  Most importantly, the Center has been a wellspring for the love of the sport for thousands of athletes of all ages.

We hope to continue the legacy of George Pocock: 
Innovation, craftsmanship, and the generosity of knowledge.

"Rowing a race is an art not a frantic scramble, it must be rowed with head power as well a muscular power.

 

From the first stroke, all thought of the other crew must be blocked out. Your thoughts must be directed to you and your own boat, always positively, never negative.

 

Row your optimum power every stroke, try and increase the optimum.  Men as fit as you, when your everyday strength is gone, can draw on a mysterious reservoir of power far greater.

 

Then it is you who can reach for the stars.

That is the only way championships are made.

That is the legacy rowing can leave you."

 

 - George Yeoman Pocock

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CONTACT US

3320 Fuhrman Ave E, Seattle, WA 98102, USA

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