Rowing in Cleveland with CYRA

Cleveland Youth Rowing Association (CYRA), Cleveland’s oldest existing rowing club for high school students, is currently preparing for the upcoming spring rowing season. Striving to be a premier competitive junior rowing program, the mission of CYRA is to provide a competitive rowing experience to positively impact the mind, body, and spirit of young athletes in the greater Cleveland community. 

Our rowers are comprised of girls and boys from numerous high schools and communities throughout the Cleveland Metropolitan area.  Rowers train for three-to-four regattas per season in Ohio and surrounding states in crews of four to eight. The crew consists of novice and varsity members. 

If you have an interest in being on the great Cuyahoga, please contact us to visit the boathouse and learn more about the unique sport of rowing and its scholarship opportunities.  You are encouraged to try out the sport to get a feel for it before committing through registration.  Join CYRA now and be a part of our pre-season conditioning and train to row and race this spring.  Not yet in high school? Please inquire about the Learn-to-Row programs designed for students in the sixth, seventh and eighth grades.  These programs will be available in April. Further details will be posted soon on our website at Questions may be directed to Anne Hribar at

Anne Hribar

Anne Hribar is a coordinator with the Cleveland Scholastic Rowing Association (CSRA).

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