No experience necessary!
The South Orlando Rowing Association promotes the sport of rowing in high schools throughout Southeast Orlando. Additional programs include middle school rowing, adult rowing and adaptive rowing.
SORA provides coaching, equipment, administration and helps to work to enable parents to become active volunteers. We encourage new members to come and visit whether they receive support from a school or not. Anyone is welcome!
Rowers from schools throughout Orlando have the opportunity to practice and compete together as the South Orlando Rowing Association.
Now in it’s 4th year, the SORA Jr’s program introduces middle school students to rowing through an organized and supportive program designed to teach skill and social development. Participants will have the opprotunity to race other middle school programs in local regattas.
SORA Adult Rowing is a great way for adults of all ages to get in shape, have fun and make friends while participating in one of best sports for building all-around fitness. Whether you’re an experienced rower looking to get back on the water or new to the sport, this program will accomodate you.
Two classes available: Tuesday/Thursday 9:30-11:30 a.m. Tuesday/Thursday, 6:00-7:45 pm
What to Wear/Bring:Sneakers & Socks Shorts (not too baggy) or spandex Sunscreen Filled Water Bottle Sandals T-shirt (not too baggy) Hat & Sunglasses
If there is bad weather during practice (lightning/thunder), all boats and rowers will be immediately removed from the water. Rowers will work out under cover at Moss Park for the remainder of practice or until the weather moves through.
Practice at Moss Park