Wilson and Hill win repechage to qualify for GB’s fifth A final in Florida Worlds
Posted: September 28, 2017
Victory for Scotland’s Melissa Wilson (Cambridge Univ. Women's BC/Edinburgh) and Holly Hill (Cambridge Univ. Women's BC/Gossington) in the women’s pair (W2-) repechage secured a fifth A final place of the week for Great Britain on day four of the 2017 World Rowing Championships.
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Scrimgeour qualifies for A final at World Rowing Championships
Posted: September 27, 2017
Day three of the World Rowing Championships saw British success in the lightweight men’s pair (LM2-) repechage with Sam Scrimgeour (Molesey BC/Kirriemuir) and Joel Cassells (Oxford Brookes Univ. BC/Coleraine) progressing into their A final, finishing third behind Italy and Russia and well clear of the rest of the field. The pair will race for the medals on Friday.
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A successful day two for Scots on British team in Florida Worlds
Posted: September 26, 2017
Monday proved an excellent day at the 2017 World Rowing Championships in Sarasota-Bradenton, Florida for Edinburgh University Boat Club’s Gavin Horsburgh, Maddie Arlett and alumni, Robyn Hart-Winks.
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Castle to Crane is a “voyage into the unknown” for Eastern Amateur
Posted: September 20, 2017
Coastal rowing club, Eastern Amateur, are anticipating a “voyage into the unknown” when they line up amongst what organisers hope will be 100 boats for the inaugural Castle to Crane event this Saturday.
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Dame Katherine Grainger knows people will find “community, fun and challenge” at West Boathouse
Posted: September 14, 2017
“What's lovely is seeing people who will come through the doors of this in the next two or three years, but then five, 10, 15, 20, then 50 years beyond that and benefit in some way,” said Dame Katherine Grainger who returned this week to the place where she first rowed, the West Boathouse on Glasgow Green.
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Scots rower Sam Scrimgeour already has an eye on Glasgow 2018 following selection in Great Britain’s world championships squad
Posted: September 11, 2017
Rower Sam Scrimgeour says claiming gold in front of a home crowd at the Glasgow 2018 European Championships would be the jewel in an impressive medal haul.
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Silver and Bronze for Scots in GB Rowing Team at European Under 23 Championships
Posted: September 4, 2017
Three rowers from Scotland won medals as part of a successful Great Britain team competing in the inaugural European Rowing Under 23 Championships in Kruszwica, Poland today.
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Bell, Ord and Wilkes called up for GB in under 23 Europeans eights
Posted: August 29, 2017
Three athletes from Scotland have been selected to compete for Great Britain at the inaugural European U23 Rowing Championships in Poland this weekend.
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Pride on the Clyde
Posted: August 18, 2017
Pride on the Clyde is a new project by Clydesdale Amateur Rowing Club and LEAP Sports. Clydesdale ARC values diversity and is working hard as a club to promote a cohesive and inclusive environment, where people feel comfortable and accepted. LEAP Sports has been at the forefront of facilitating acceptance in sports such as running, football and rugby in Scotland. Clydesdale ARC are taking part alongside LEAP in the Glasgow Pride weekend festival - aiming to change the image of rowing by promoting the sport as inclusive, fun, and welcoming.
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Sinclair optimistic for future after Worlds selection
Posted: August 14, 2017
“I’m back”. The statement on Alan Sinclair’s twitter feed couldn’t have been clearer.
Last week the Rio Olympic finalist confirmed his return from injury which had sidelined him all season when he was selected to compete for Great Britain at the World Rowing Championships in Florida (24 September - 1 October).
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