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Running club-based indoor rowing classes - British Rowing Plus
British Rowing’s Go Row Indoor club package is designed to make it easier for clubs to run indoor rowing classes. It includes everything you need to get started, such as instructor training, marketing resources, workout plans and support to set up the programme. To date, 42 clubs have signed up and 162 instructors have been through the training.See the Story
Join the online Festival of Indoor Rowing in December - British Rowing
The inaugural Festival of Indoor Rowing will take place online from 5-10 December 2022. The Festival is open to anyone who enjoys indoor rowing, from competitive indoor rowers to fitness enthusiasts or complete beginners. Central to the Festival is an online LEAGUE, through which indoor rower can compete in events across the traditional BRIC racing distances.See the Story
How to find and keep your coxes - British Rowing Plus
Most rowing clubs need more coxes. Here's what they can do to be somewhere coxes – new or experienced – want to beSee the Story
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Everything Cancelled & Postponed During The Period Of National Mourning
The guidance covers the period of National Mourning, which has already begun and will continue until the end of the day of the State Funeral. It clarifies that there is no obligation to cancel or postpone sporting activities or events such as rowing training, regattas, heads or other competitions including indoor rowing.See the Story
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Europe · London
These photos follow the life of Queen Elizabeth II — from childhood to the throne
Queen Elizabeth II, Britain's longest-reigning monarch, has died at 96. Her son, Prince Charles, automatically becomes monarch, even though the coronation might not take place for months. Prince William is second in line to the throne, and his wife, Catherine, will become Queen Consort.See the Story
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GB claim four golds at World Rowing Championships
New Zealand rowers Grace Prendergast and Kerri Williams have continued their dominance on the world stage. The highly dominant women's pair added yet more gold to their glittering collection by surging to victory at the world champs in the Czech Republic on Saturday night. The duo not only won the Olympic title last year (and were also part of the silver-winning womens eight in Tokyo as well), but had also claimed the worldChamps title the last time it was staged in 2019.See the Story
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Katie O’Brien wins Para gold at World Rowing Championships
Katie OBrien won gold in the Para women's single sculls on Friday morning. Galway rower added to the bronze medal she won at the last World Championships in Linz back in 2019. The 26 year-old from Clarinbridge is out again on Saturday in another final, joining Steven McGowen in the para mixed double.See the Story
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Watch the 2022 world rowing championships
Great Britain has made a strong start to competition in Racice. The unbeaten PR3 mixed coxed four (PR3 Mix4+) continued its dominance on the water with Frankie Allen, Giedre Rakauskaite, Ed Fuller, Ollie Stanhope and Morgan Baynham-Williams. Hannah Scott also made the A/B semi final in the women's single sculls (W1x) after finishing second in her heat and subsequent repechage.See the Story
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Spain · Spain
2 bronze medals for GB at the European Rowing Coastal and Beach Sprint Championships - British Rowing
Will Burrows (Norwich RC) won bronze in the Coastal U19 Men's Solos (CJM1x) Rosa Thomson (Leander Club) also took bronze, finishing ten seconds ahead of Italy. Hal Flowerdew (Walton RC) narrowly missed out on a space in the semi-final, finishing mere seconds behind the eventual silver medalist from Spain.See the Story
5 British clubs win at Head of the Charles Regatta - British Rowing
Most notably, Leander – described on the competition’s website as “a small, historic British club” – won Women’s Championship Eights. The crew of Flo Donald, Ruth Siddorn, Sophia Heath, Daisy Bellamy, Isabelle Hawes, Isobel Powell, Juliette Perry and Susannah Dear, coxed by Morgan Baynham-Williams (2022 World Champion in the PR3 Mixed Coxed Four), finished 1.267 seconds ahead of the University of Pennsylvania in a strong field of 29 entries.Thei…See the Story
Rowing · Saundersfoot
Fishguard rower puts up fight at World Rowing Beach Sprint Finals: Results
Beach Sprint rowing is an exciting and progressive new format aiming for inclusion at the LA 2028 Olympics. Athletes from 27 countries went stroke for stroke in incredibly challenging conditions. Helen Glover showed her class once again as she skillfully made her way through high seas in her CW1x quarter-final.See the Story