GB ATHLETES PRIDE IN REPRESENTING SCOTLAND AT HIR
Posted: 25 July, 2019
Posted: 25 July, 2019
Posted: 24 July, 2019
Sixty-nine athletes from 19 clubs will represent the Scotland Rowing Team on Saturday at the Home International Regatta, the annual match between the four home nations which this year is being held on home water at Strathclyde Park in North Lanarkshire.
Posted: 23 July, 2019
British Rowing are currently seeking applicants for a Henley Royal Regatta Charitable Trust Coach (HRRCTC) that would be based at the Scottish Rowing Centre at Strathclyde Park in Motherwell.
British Rowing, in partnership with the Henley Royal Regatta Charitable Trust, Sport England and the Rowing Community, offers scholarships to graduates to deliver this highly successful programme. Scholarship positions are suitable for those wishing to spend two years combining part-time coaching of young people with studying for a part-time sport related postgraduate qualification. This role is designed to broaden the appeal of the sport by supporting young people who would not normally have the opportunity to try rowing, specifically focussing on young people with a disability, youngsters from low-income families and BAME groups.
This is an ideal role for a recent graduate or someone who is due to graduate in the next year who is wishing to embark upon a coaching career in rowing.
The closing date for applications for this role is 30th July 2019
Posted: 10 July, 2019
Six Scottish rowers have been selected to represent Great Britain at the GB France Junior 16 Match taking place at the National Water Sports Centre in Nottingham on Thursday 11th July.
Oscar Forbes, Ashley Geddes, Archie Innes and Matthew Hughson from Aberdeen Schools Rowing Association (ASRA) have been selected in the junior men’s coxless four after winning their recent trial against crews from Shiplake College, Walton Rowing Club and Eton College.
Read more | Scots schoolboys to represent Team GB in rowing (STV)
Glasgow Academy duo Emily Milne and Orla Johnson will team up in the junior women’s pair in the annual match between some of the leading Junior 16 athletes in Great Britain and France.
Results will be available via the British Rowing website
Posted:24 June, 2019
Scottish rowers shared in five titles and record performances at this year’s Henley Women’s Regatta as over 1,700 athletes competed at the premier regatta for women in the UK. Twenty-five crews representing Scottish clubs made the journey south to compete on the world-famous waters, competing as part of an international field with entries from Australia, Belgium, Canada, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Switzerland and the USA.
Posted: 20 June, 2019
The World Rowing Beach Sprints will be taking place in Shenzhen, China between 25-27 October. FISA is developing this new format of rowing as a potential future Olympic event.
British Rowing has published a selection policy for athletes wishing to be considered for the 7-person team. This document also includes information on selection criteria for coxswains and for those interested in the Boat/Handler coach role.
Posted: 12 June, 2019
Posted: 23 April, 2019
Karen Bennett took her third consecutive title at the GB Rowing Team Senior & Under 23 Trials as Scotland’s rowers enjoyed a successful Easter weekend in the sun at Caversham.
Posted: 29 March, 2019
Posted: 26 February, 2019
Posted: 8 January, 2019
Posted: 1 February, 2019
Scottish Rowing’s Club Support Manager, Andy Barton, was delighted to be invited to Loch Lomond Rowing Club’s (LLRC) member’s session on Saturday 26th January. The 90 minute session, led by the LLRC committee, had two key objectives. Firstly to provide an opportunity to engage club members on the operating priorities and key objectives for LLRC in the near future, giving an opportunity for members to question and comment. Secondly to allow the LLRC committee to share the collated responses to the recent club membership survey.
Posted: 31 January, 2019
Posted: 24 January 2019
Last semester Dundee University had an Erasmus student from Germany join the club just for the semester. Casper Friedrich Kleine thoroughly enjoyed his short time with them, as did the club since he was a fantastic addition to the men's squad and picked up the sport so quickly. Here, in his own words, he explains what he learnt about rowing at a University in Scotland and how Dundee University Boat Club shaped his whole Erasmus experience.