Master’s Programs


A masters rower is defined by the rower’s age at the beginning of the year in which he or she turns 27.  Masters rowers categories A to K,  are determined by the age of the rower at the year of the event.  Masters rowers  row for fitness, recreation or to compete. Competitors may be elite rowers or beginners.  The annual World Rowing event is the World Rowing Masters Regatta.  This event takes place in a different location every year.  For more information see:  USA rowing also has many Master’s events.   These can be found at

In addition to focusing on the health and fitness benefits of rowing, there is the added benefit of forming friendships.  Long Beach Rowing Association is fortunate to have a highly qualified group of coaches that can assist all rowers in working toward their personal goals.  Rowers joining organized group rows can expect to pay $10 per session to the coach unless otherwise stated. Private lessons average $50 per session. Please contact individual coaches for specific rates and to make an appointment.

Novice and intermediate rowing

Saturdays: 8:30–10:15 am

Sundays: 6:30–8:15 am

Contact: Sarah Mackenzie –







Men’s Competitive Rowing – intermediate and advanced

Saturdays & Sundays: 6:10-8:30 am

Contact: Anna Liberovsky –







Coached Sweep Rowing –All Levels

Fridays: 6:00–8:00 pm

Contact: AC duPont – or 562-773-5516







Private or small group lessons– All Levels

Anna Liberovsky –







Katrin Gleie –








Sherri Kiklas-







AC duPont – or 562-773-5516







Carlos Recharte –







Sarah Mackenzie –