Australia’s top rowers have descended on Canberra to participate in the Hancock Prospecting and Georgina Hope Foundation Destination Gold Camp at the Reinhold Batschi National Training Centre (RBNTC).
The camp, which runs from 23 February to 17 May will see the RBNTC host athletes selected to represent the Australian Rowing Team at World Rowing Cups 2 and 3.
The investment from Hancock Prospecting and the Georgina Hope Foundation will see this camp have a significantly increased level of support onsite available to athletes and coaches.
The crews and coaches will be receiving an enhanced level of sports science delivery integrated into their daily training environment at the RBNTC in the coming months, including four weeks with world-class biomechanics expert, Conny Draper.
During the course of the camp the athletes will enjoy range of team building activities off the water to further strengthen team culture and dynamics.
In addition to the seven crews based on Lake Burley Griffin, Hancock Prospecting and the Georgina Hope Foundation will be supporting all crews set to compete at the Final Olympic Qualification Regatta when then attend integrated camps both in Canberra and Penrith, NSW.
Follow the Hancock Prospecting and Georgina Hope Foundation Destination Gold Camp athletes via Rowing Australia social media channels below.