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Bainbridge Parks Foundation Sends BIR up the Creek with 16 Paddles

You can’t scull without oars, and Bainbridge Island Rowing was in need of some new ones. So the Bainbridge Parks Foundation (BIPF) came to the rescue and awarded BIR a timely $3,000 grant award toward the purchase. The news was announced...

Bainbridge Rowing Center Plan View North

BIR’s Rowing Center Gets a BIG Name and Major Donation

Bainbridge Island’s future rowing center, which will be the first of its kind in Kitsap County and provide much-needed support for rowing programs in the greater West Sound community, has got a name: The Stan Pocock Legacy Rowing Center. The...

Novices Enjoy a Chilly Brrrrrrr Regatta 2017

The Bainbridge Island Rowing novice rowers got to test out their emerging skills against two rival teams—Olympia and South Kitsap—on Saturday morning, November 4, in home waters. The Brrrrrrr Regatta lived up to its name with the temperature barely...

Bainbridge Rowing Winter Training Erg Coppertop Varsity Boys

Registration for Winter Training Now Open

Registration for BIR's Winter Training Program for Juniors opens October 30. Winter Training is designed by our coaches to safely build strength & endurance

UW Freshman Crew in Quinault 1954

Historic Pocock Shell QUINAULT Donated to BIR

We are excited to announce that the Port Townsend Rat Island Rowing & Sculling Club (RIRSC) Board has generously donated the historic, cedar built Pocock shell QUINAULT to BIR. This rowing shell has great significance to many rowers in the Puget...

BIR Row for the Cure 2017

BIR Masters Row for the Cure

BIR Masters rower Marilyn Tsolomitis and her crew put on their pink and joined in Row for the Cure Seattle  last Sunday to help fund breast cancer research. Since 2000, this event has raised more than $854,000 for its primary beneficiary, the Puget...

BIR Masters - Green Lake Extravaganza

BIR Novices and Masters Compete at Green Lake Extravaganza

BIR continued its 2017 season in fine form at the annual Summer Rowing Extravaganza at Green Lake in Seattle August 5. With calm waters, sunny skies, and mild temperatures throughout much of the day, the conditions were near ideal for the incoming...