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GMS ROWING CENTER. Guenter Beutter Technical Director of GMS Giessen University majoring in sports science and psychology Published research in lactic acid production and oxygen uptake.

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Guenter Beutter
    • Technical Director of GMS
    • Giessen University majoring in sports science and psychology
    • Published research in lactic acid production and oxygen uptake.
    • National coach for the German National Team 1989-1997 (five world championships, four gold and one silver medal)
    • Worked with Prof Hartman an internationally renowned sports physiologist
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Catherine Starr
    • Member of OARS program for developing Olympic rowers
    • Local (Connecticut) family
    • Gold Medal Winner at U 23, 2005 World Championships
  • Tim Davies
    • Master rower
    • Investor in GMS
    • Contributor to the O.A.R.S program
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Benefits of Rowing
    • Ultimate Team Sport
    • Conditioning (strength and endurance)
    • Camaraderie (world wide rowing community)
    • Placement in College
    • Life-long sport
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Skills:
    • Develops balance
    • Flexibility
    • Rowing technique (why a small person can beat a big one)
    • Strength
    • Endurance
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Programs:
    • Junior
      • Development
      • Competitive
      • Elite (for those pursuing College & National Team selection
    • Courses
      • Spring (March 13th – June 2nd)
      • Summer Camp (June 12th – August 11th)
      • Fall (Sept 11th – Nov 3rd)
      • Winter (Nov 13th – March 9th)
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Likely to Most Appeal to:
    • Those with endurance and strength (cross country runners, tri-athletes, swimmers & good team game players)
    • Interested in having a different angle for college applications
    • Those with determination
    • ARE YOU UP TO IT? (Not for the faint hearted)
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Development:
    • Learn how to balance a boat
    • Learn technique
    • Learn the benefits of team work
    • Develop fitness and strength
    • Exposure to competition – regattas
  • Competition
    • Honing technique
    • Working as a crew (team work)
    • Developing fitness and strength
    • Competing for real
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Elite
    • Selected on results and commitment
    • Honing technique
    • Improving fitness and strength
    • Competing at Regional, National and potentially World events
    • College Recruitment – attaining the required standard to gain entry (before academic requirements)
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What You Have to Do:
    • Sign on to Spring Rowing Program
      • See Athletic Director
      • Complete and return Junior Registration Form – available on Web site
    • Visit www.gmsrowingcenter.us including
      • Programs; Camps; Race Schedules
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