Second training camp in Cerlac for the junior male team of Eton, which is one of the principal English schools in the discipline of rowing. The English team, composed of 33 people including technical team and rowers, fulfilled the established goals, helped by the excellent training conditions of the Laias center. We’ll see you again in January 2019.
Third training in Laias for the Oxford lightweight women team, this time they could enjoy the new year eve in Galician lands. Helped by the good weather and good water conditions of the river Miño, they could fulfilled the work at 100%, For these reason the English club booked new date to come back to Cerlac later this year
The Great Britain junior national rowing team had their third training camp in Laias from December 14 to 22 the main goal was choosing the final formation that will participate in the regattas of the 2018 season. They will be back to Laias to prepare Tokyo olympic games every season until 2020,
Seventh training camp for the national Belarus rowing team in Cerlac in relation to improving the international competitions of 2018. It is the first “stage” of the season, after that they will come again during March and April of next year. The skiff rower will advance his stay in Laias training at the beginning of February.
The Laias rowing center started the sports season on October 14 accommodating in its facilities 45 rowers of the English school SHREWSBURY. For this new campaign the goals of the British team was the composition of the new crews and the improvement of the athletes physical performance and their technical aspects, according to the coaches the results have been achieved during this Stay in Cerlac, and they took the opportunity to mark a new concentration for 2018.
First time in Cerlac for the Auriol Kesington Rowing Club, a team composed by senior rowers only , all of them looking forward to the Henley Regatta. The 35 rowers of this team carried out intense training, insisting very much on the times control in the 2 thousand meters tracks, because is in this category that will race the more competitive teams.
For the first time in the Cerlac history we received a team of 35 veterans rowers: the Putney Town Rowing Club. They had four training sessions a day, with the sights set at the Masters World Regatta, which will take place in Bled (Slovenia), and the goal is to get an international medal. For the Cerlac technical team it has been very gratifying seeing athletes training with an average of 60 years and with a total dedicaton during their daily training sessions.