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Highland Campervans Inverness Fours/Quads and Small Boats Head - 20th and 21st November

Posted: 18 November, 2021

Highland Campervans Inverness Fours/Quads and Small Boats Head - 20th and 21st November

Report submitted by - Roy R Sinclair (Hon President: Inverness Rowing Club). Find out more information on the event on the Inverness Rowing Club event website.

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This weekend on Saturday and Sunday 20th and 21st November sees a significant entry of fours, quads and small boats competing in the Inverness Rowing Club's  Highland Campervans Inverness Fours/Quads and Small Boats Head which takes place on the superb rowing waters of the Caledonian Canal in Inverness.

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Scottish Rowing J16 Camp

Posted: 16 November, 2021

Scottish Rowing are delighted to announce the return of our annual J16 Land Camp from Friday 3rd to Sunday 5th December 2021. We are now inviting registrations for the camp. The camp is open to Scottish J15 and J16 rowers (those born between 1st September 2005 and 31st August 2007) and all athletes should be fit and able to undertake land-based training including on the ergometer.  All participants must hold a current Scottish Rowing membership.

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Burns wins GB Rowing Team trials as Scots shine on return to Boston

Posted: 9 November, 2021

Jack Burns led from the front as Scotland’s rowers enjoyed a successful return to Boston, Lincolnshire, for the first GB Rowing Team assessment of the Paris Olympiad.

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Jack Burns on his way to winning the M1x - (c) All Mark One

Read more: Burns wins GB Rowing Team trials as Scots shine on return to Boston

Scottish Rowing speak to Alan Sinclair

Posted: 13 October 2021

After an outstanding international career including three World Rowing Championships medals, two European Championships medals and a fourth-place finish in the Men’s Pair at Rio 2016, we spoke with Olympian and recently appointed Director of Rowing at the University of St Andrews Boat Club, Alan Sinclair.

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Read more: Scottish Rowing speak to Alan Sinclair

Scottish Rowing Launches New Junior Academy Programme

Posted: September 22, 2021

Scottish Rowing is today announcing an exciting new athlete and coach development initiative which aims to support talented junior rowers to reach their potential in the sport.

The Scottish Rowing Junior Academy will provide education, opportunity and community for athletes, coaches and parents, creating pathways for more Scottish rowers to continue in the sport and achieve success nationally and internationally.

Read more: Scottish Rowing Launches New Junior Academy Programme

Autumn Challenge Cancelled

Posted: 16 September, 2021

Despite having good feedback on the exciting new event format there were not sufficient clubs entered to deliver quality competition. We are disappointed to have to announce the cancellation of the Autumn Challenge but look forward to seeing our clubs and members competing again at the various events offered in the 2021-22 season. For more details on the upcoming calendar please visit the Calendar page.

Kim hits the ground running in rowing ‘Coaching Futures’ role

Posted: September 14, 2021

Kim Murray joined the Scottish Rowing performance team earlier this summer, the third rowing coach since 2013 deployed in Scotland thanks to ‘Coaching Futures’ investment from sportscotland and the first employed directly by Scottish Rowing.

Read more: Kim hits the ground running in rowing ‘Coaching Futures’ role

COVID-19 Update from Scottish Rowing

Posted: 3 September 2021

Recent months have seen a much welcome return to more normal rowing activity.  However, you will no doubt be aware that the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 has been rising sharply following the recent easing of lockdown restrictions.

Throughout the pandemic, rowing clubs and rowers have played a crucial role in the previous efforts to supress the spread of COVID-19 and demonstrated amazing commitment to being part of the nation’s long-term recovery.  The Scottish Government is, once again, asking sport to play its part in helping stop the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) global health pandemic.

Read more: COVID-19 Update from Scottish Rowing

Scottish Rowing Annual General Meeting - 10th October 2021

Posted: 25 August 2021

The Scottish Rowing AGM will take place on Sunday 10th October 2021. 

In light of the success of the online meeting last year, it is currently the intention to hold a similar online meeting this year.  As always, clubs will be entitled to send two representatives to the meeting or to appoint a proxy.  Details of how to do this and how to attend the virtual meeting will be included with the formal notice of the meeting.

Club committees are asked to submit any formal business for the meeting to the Scottish Rowing administrator by 9th September in accordance with the Article 9.6 of the Articles of Association (see below).  Nominations from clubs for Board positions should also be received by this date.   Formal notice of the meeting will be given no later than 18th September.

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Scottish Rowing Performance Programme Athlete Nominations | 2021-22 Season

Posted: August 16, 2021

The Scottish Rowing Performance Programme provides targeted support to the leading Scottish rowers who have both the potential and drive to represent the GB Rowing Team at under 23 and senior level.

Scottish Rowing is now inviting expressions of interest from those athletes who meet the programme eligibility and performance standard as outlined below and wish to be considered for a place on the programme for the 2021-22 season.

Read more: Scottish Rowing Performance Programme Athlete Nominations | 2021-22 Season

Record Scottish contingent set for Henley Royal Regatta

Posted: 10 August 2021

This week sees the return to racing on the world-famous Henley Royal Regatta course after the coronavirus pandemic forced the cancellation of the 2020 event.

A record total of 11 Scottish club crews have qualified across 9 events with many other Scottish rowers representing rowing clubs from across the globe.

Read more: Record Scottish contingent set for Henley Royal Regatta

Scottish Rowing interview with U23 world champion Miles Beeson

Posted: 28 July 2021

At the recent World Rowing Under 23 Championships in Račice, Czech Republic, Aberdeen’s Miles Beeson won a gold medal as part of the Great Britain’s men’s eight.

The 20-year-old, formerly of ASRA and who now studies at Yale University in the USA, was competing at his third age-group world championships after a silver medal in 2019 (JM4-) and a 7th place finish in 2018 (with fellow Aberdonian Robert Powell in the JM2-).

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The Scot spoke exclusively to Scottish Rowing about his experience at these championships and his plans for the future.

Read more: Scottish Rowing interview with U23 world champion Miles Beeson

Tokyo 2020 Preview

Posted:  22 July 2021

Team GB’s rowers take to the water at the Sea Forest Waterway on Friday morning (local time) for the start of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Regatta and everyone at Scottish Rowing is looking forward to getting behind the team.

A record eight Scottish rowers will represent Team GB at these Olympics as part of a 41-strong British team.  The GB team will be looking to build upon best-ever performances at both London 2012 and Rio 2016 where Scottish rowers including Heather Stanning, Katherine Grainger, Karen Bennett and Polly Swann took their place on the podium.

Read more: Tokyo 2020 Preview

British Rowing Offshore & Beach Sprints Championships 2021

Posted: 23 July 2021

The University of St Andrews Boat Club (UStABC) took part in their first ever coastal competition at the weekend.  They sent us this report of their experiences from the British Rowing Offshore and Beach Sprints Championships in Exmouth.

Read more: British Rowing Offshore & Beach Sprints Championships 2021