Sport activities at the club are carried out through the following form:
including male and female, divided by age categories; pioneers (12 to 14 years) Cadets (15 and 16 years), juniors (17 and 18 years), senior B (19 to 22 years) and seniors (23 years onwards)
2. Rowing School,
The Indtriductory course is aimed at those belonging to younger age groups (11-12 years) or older. It is suitable for those with little or no rowing experience who are interested in rowing for pleasure.The course includes work in coxed four boats, skiffs and double scull. In addition, general fitness and conditioning trainings include exercises on ergometers, running and various exercises in the club's gym (work in the gym takes place mainly during poor weather conditions and in winter time).
Includes: - rowing on water: fours (scull and sweep), double scull and skiff ( for trained members and former rowers). Suitable for all ages, rowing combined with general fitness and conditioning trainings.
There are two disciplines of rowing: -sweep rowing, each rower has one oar, held with both hands. This can be done in pairs, fours and eights. Each rower in a sweep boat is referred to either as port or starboard, depending on which side of the boat the rower's oar extends to.
- sculling, each rower has two oars (or sculls), one in each hand. Sculling is usually done without a coxswain, in quads, doubles or singles. The oar in the sculler's right hand extends to port (stroke side), and the oar in the left hand extends to starboard (bow side).