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News

Two Scottish Silver Medals

Posted: 4 August, 2018

In the last final of the third day of the European Championships at Strathclyde Park, the British women’s eight, with Scotland’s Olympic silver medallist Karen Bennett and Katherine Douglas aboard, both from Edinburgh, overtook the Netherlands to grab silver medals as they then closed down on the eventual winners, the world champions from Romania.

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All Scots Still in the Medal Hunt

Posted: 3 August, 2018

All six Scottish athletes in the Great Britain team at the European Championships have kept their medal hopes alive.

With Edinburgh’s Harry Leask already in Saturday’s semi-finals, courtesy of a heat win on Thursday with new double sculls partner Jack Beaumont, the other five Scots were in action on Friday.

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The Moment has Arrived

Posted: 2 August, 2018

On Thursday morning, the organisers of the European Championships proudly declared “the moment has arrived” as the long-awaited action of this first multi-discipline event got underway.
 

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Six Scots Race on Home Waters at the 2018 European Championships

Posted: 30 July, 2018

Scotland’s Olympic-standard rowing course at Strathclyde Park, complete with up-grades that include an expanded finish tower and a brand-new albano buoying system, plays host to full international racing when the rowing programme of the multi-sports European Championships starts on Thursday 2nd August.

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Armstrong becomes World Champion for the second time

Posted: July 29, 2018

Glasgow’s Josh Armstrong became World Champion for the second time today, in the process helping Great Britain record its best ever World Rowing Under 23 Championships performance in Poznan, Poland.

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Scottish success at British Rowing Junior Championships

Posted: 23 July, 2018
 
Congratulations to the following Scottish crews who won medals at the British Rowing Junior Championships which took place at Holme Pierrepont in Nottingham at the weekend:
 
Gold
WJ15 1x               St Andrew Boat Club (A Patton)
WJ16 2-               Glasgow Academy (E Kitcher, N Miller)
 
Silver
WJ15 2x               George Watson’s College Boat Club (H Hughes, I Clements)
OJ15 4x+             Aberdeen Schools Rowing Association (O Forbes, A Geddes, A Innes, M Hughson, S Ballance)
 
Bronze
WJ16 4x               Loch Lomond Rowing Club (L Young) / St Andrew Boat Club (A Patton) / Clydesdale Amateur Rowing Club (E Morrison) / George Watson’s College Boat Club (K Hall)
WJ18 4-               Glasgow Academy (E Kitcher, K Maltby, M Barry, N Miller)
OJ16 4+               Aberdeen Schools Rowing Association (G Charles, M Dearsley, W Bricknell, S Lewis, S Low)
OJ14 2x                George Watson’s College Boat Club

Scotland Rowing Team win five events at 2018 Home International Regatta

Posted: 23 July, 2018

The Scotland Rowing Team won five events on Saturday at the 2018 Home International Regatta (HIR) in Cork, Ireland, with the senior men’s team losing out on the team trophy to Ireland through an agonising tie-break following the final race of the day.
 

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Scottish Rowing Regional Development Relaunch

Posted: 4 July, 2018

Scottish Rowing is delighted to announce the relaunch of our Regional Development programme. This move recognises the need to increase the focus on key strategic areas such as competition, coaching and volunteering and targeting support for our clubs more effectively.

In addition to their existing regional responsibilities, each of our three Regional Development Managers (‘RDM’) will be taking on operational responsibility for one of the areas identified as a critical priority in our strategic plan for 2017-21 with immediate effect.

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Strathclyde Country Park Water Access - 9th July until 19th August

Posted: June 22, 2018

North Lanarkshire Council have advised that Glasgow 2018 will take possession of Strathclyde Country Park as part of the upcoming European Rowing and Triathlon Championships this summer.

This multi-sport event will take place across Scotland from the 2nd August until the 12th August and, due to the install and set up of the infrastructure required for both events, there will be no water access from Monday 9th July until Sunday 19th August. 

If you have any queries regarding this please contact Douglas Holmes, North Lanarkshire Leisure Ltd at douglas.holmes@nlleisure.com.

British Masters Championships 2018

Posted: June 19, 2018

With the British Masters Championships being held for the first time in many years the weekend after Scottish Championships, four clubs from Scotland went to Holme Pierrepoint, Nottingham, to fight for some medals. The weekend saw 221 races being held across all age categories in both Championship and Non-Championship categories.

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Strathclyde Country Park Water Access - 11th June - 30th June

Posted: June 12, 2018

North Lanarkshire Council have advised that, from 11th June, they will be replacing the current rowing course at Strathclyde Country Park which may cause some water access restrictions due to periods of closure. They are hoping that this work will be complete no later than the end of June. 

It has been recommended that anyone planning to come to the park to use the Loch should contact North Lanarkshire Council beforehand on 01698 402060 to check availability.