Rowing Just "row" with it! Para-rowing is a great way to get in shape, stay in shape or just get out on the water for some fun. Rowing is adaptable for many, including amputees, and those with spinal cord injuries, cerebral palsy and visual impairments to name a few specific disabilities.

In adaptive rowing, the equipment is adapted to the user rather than the sport being adapted to the participant. There are four events in para-rowing: men and women's single sculls, mixed double sculls and mixed coxed four, all with three disability categories. Get in line, take a seat, and as the seasoned rower says: "Start strong. Finish stronger!" Check out Row Ontario for more info.

Argonauts Rowing Club

1225 Lake Shore Boulevard West, Toronto, M6K 3C1

Barrie Rowing Club

205 Lakeshore Drive, Barrie L4N 7Y9

Durham Rowing Club

8 Old Rail Ln Port Perry, ON L9L 1A3

Quinte Rowing Club

35 Keegan Parkway, Belleville K8N 5R1

Sudbury Rowing Club

206 Ramsey Lake Road, Sudbury P3E 5J1