Posted: 17th May 2013
Full time fixed term contract to 31st March 2017
Scottish Rowing is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and self-motivated individual to fill the role of Regional Development Manager for the West Region. Successful candidates will have a unique opportunity to grow the sport across the region (which extends from Argyll and Bute across to Lanarkshire and down to Dumfries and Galloway) and will share our passion and vision for the development of rowing. This role will require leadership, planning, delivery and communication skills along with the ability to network successfully within the sport and with all current and potential partners and relevant agencies.
Read more: Scottish Rowing: Regional Development Manager (West)
Posted: 15th May 2013
Scottish Championships and the Scottish Schools Championships will take place at Strathclyde Park on the 15th and 16th June. Racing will take place over 1500m with the exception of adaptive events (1000m) and the schools project event (500m). Full details of the events offered are now available.
Read more: Scottish Championships and Scottish Schools Championships
Posted: 15th May 2013
This year, Castle Semple Rowing Club is hosting its annual regatta on Saturday the 1st of June. We are looking forward to welcoming many competitors and supporters to Lochwinnoch for the biggest single day, multi-lane event of the Scottish Rowing calendar. For more information, the regatta poster, events list and entry form please visit: http://www.castlesemplerc.co.uk/regatta.htm
Posted: 14th May 2013
An updated draw for Clydesdale Regatta on 18th May is now available here.
Posted: 30th April 2013
Strathclyde Park Regatta: Results from SPR are now available in PDF.
Posted: 21st April 2013
At the Gent Spring International Regatta on the 13th and 14th April, crews from the Aberdeen Schools Rowing Association won 6 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals over the two days of the competition.
Read more: ASRA in Belgium
Inverness' Imogen Walsh won today's GB Rowing Team trial, justifying her pre-event tag as favourite in the lightweight women's category, to set the mood for the Scottish contingent at the Redgrave-Pinsent Rowing Lake in Caversham, Reading. The 29-year-old, a world champion in 2011 in the lightweight women's quad scull, was an emphatic winner after building a strong lead through the middle of the race, finishing ahead of Ruth Walczak and early challenger Eleanor Piggott.
Read more: Walsh leads Scots at GB Trials
Posted: 28th March 2013
With Katherine Grainger, Heather Stanning and a number of other Olympic Champions missing as they contemplate their futures, a new look GB Rowing Team produced a performance at the opening 2013 Samsung World Rowing Cup in Sydney, Australia, which bodes well for the future of the sport on the road to Rio 2016. Three Scots who didn't feature at London 2012 stepped up to the mark and recorded some impressive results as part of a strong British team performance which delivered four golds, a silver and two bronzes from 14 crews.
Read more: Scottish rowers step up to the challenge at World Rowing Cup
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