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Snow Row
With coxswain Emily Weber of
Ferrisburgh, VT steering,
the Vergennes rowing team
drives towards the finish line
at the "Snow Row" 2011

Snow Row
Rowing boats are lined up
on the beach at Windmill Point,
Hull, Massachusetts at the
2011 "Snow Row"

Snow Row
Vergennes High School
(third boat from front)
drives to the finish line
at the "Snow Row" 2011

2011 Snow Row


Contact: Nick Patch, Director of Outdoor Education
(802) 475-2022, ext 113


Regional Rowing Teams travel to “Snow Row”. Vergennes takes first place.

On Saturday March 12th, four youth teams, two from Vergennes middle and high school, one from Mount Abraham Union middle and  high school and one from Burlington high school traveled to Hull Massachusetts as part of the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum’s Champlain Longboats program to participate in the Snow Row, a 3 ½ mile rowing race sponsored by the Hull Lifesaving Museum. Thirty eight rowing gigs from around New England participated on this blustery late winter day. Winds were out of the northwest at 15-20 knots.

Vergennes, rowing Harvest Moon placed 1st with a time of 41 minutes 44 seconds in the youth pro six-oared division and were the fourth boat over the finish line. Vergennes second crew, rowing Osprey finished 3rd in the youth amateur six-oared division with a time of 1 hour and 3 seconds.

Burlington High School rowing WindRose finished 1st in the mixed youth/adult six-oared division (they had to replace a rower at the last minute with an adult) with a time of 46 minutes and 38 seconds.

Mt Abraham Union middle and high school rowing American Shad finished 4th in the youth amateur four-oared division with a time of 1 hour and 19 minutes.

This was a challenging and demanding race. All of the Vermont teams deserve accolades for rowing so well.

For additional information contact Nick Patch:   Ph.802-475-2022 x113