U23 Sculling Development Camp 

Potomac Boat Club (PBC) invites applicants to our 2019 U23 Sculling Development Camp. PBC has a long-standing history of developing Olympians and internationally competitive athletes. Training times will allow for athletes to accept summer jobs in order to support life balance and career development.

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Dates: June 10th – August 12th

Coach: Judith Vogel


We are pleased to announce the current invitation list for our U23 Sculling Development Camp. The application period is still open and we encourage athletes who are interested to apply.
Frances Dingivan (Wellesley College)
Claudia Pagnozzi-Schwam (Georgetown University)
Emma Puckett (George Mason)
Emerson Solms (Princeton University)
Carly Ledbetter (West Virginia University)
Jacob Amtmann (George Mason)
Thomas Dameris (Georgetown University)
Jack Howland (Northeastern University)
Gavin Lafferty (Georgetown University)
Grant Miller (Stetson College)
Joe O’Brien (Georgetown University)
Jules Ouwekerk (UCLA)
Ian Ustanik (Binghamton University)
Spencer Notarianni (Holy Cross)
Peter Frederick (UCLA)

Focus: The primary focus of this camp is sculling development in 2xs and 4xs. The U23 athletes will have opportunities to train alongside the High Performance Program athletes.


  • Independence Day Regatta (June 28th-30th)
  • Canadian Henley (August 6th-11th)
  • Additional Options: U23 Trials (July 7th-10th) and Club Nationals (July 9-14th) dependent upon performance and interest.

Athletes will spend the summer developing in the following areas:

  • Technical focus on boat moving, emphasis on building fundamentals
  • Video reviews
  • Weight room
  • Core strength
  • Race strategies
  • Nutrition strategies
  • Goal setting and mental skill sets
  • Training as a full time athlete