Organizing a Crew of Athletes for your Rowing Club

Organising athletes can be a major job, and a major pain, but we’re going to help make it a little bit easier for you. Structure is everything, and it all starts with a few simple lists. See our own Rowing Athletes list below. It’s simple and user friendly, and has everything you need to stay on top of things.

The Specifics Under ‘Contact Me’ you should outline specific times of the week and day that members can get in touch with you because you deserve to have your own time too. For example I do not want to get called after 9 pm or on Sundays.

SMS brings organising athletes to a whole new, beautiful level. In the days of old when you used to have to call every single member of a team to set a rowing practice or change a meet time, now you can just send one mass text. If some of your athletes have rejected technology and don’t have a cell phone, you can use email or Facebook instead. This saves you the hassle of having to make a million unique phone calls. However it’s good to have phone numbers for those emergency situations, so don’t neglect that column.

This spreadsheet is part of our Club Management Series and is designed to makeyour life easier, as the club manager and all around organising champion that you are.2011-08-09_Athlete_Organiser

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  1. […] Organizing a Crew of Athletes for your Rowing Club (it can be harder than it seems). Use our sample spreadsheet to make your life a little easier, and think outside the box of ‘phone tree lists’ (so yesterday). […]

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