Urquhart believes a medal is possible in Poznan
Posted: July 28, 2016.
Glasgow rower Callum Urquhart believes his crew has a good chance of medalling at the annual Coupe de la Jeunesse junior competition taking place in Poznan, Poland this weekend.
The 17-year-old Glasgow Schools Rowing Club member was announced in the 51 strong Great Britain team earlier this week following a long and arduous selection process.
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Plenty of promise as GB Rowing Team name squad for 2016 World Junior Championships
Posted: July 27, 2016
British Rowing has today announced a nine-boat entry for the 2016 World Rowing Junior Championships, taking place in Rotterdam, The Netherlands from 21-28 August.
The 36 rowers will form part of a 113-strong GB contingent competing on the Willem-Alexander Baan rowing course that week, with the World Senior and World U23 Championships taking place at the same time. The Finals for the World Juniors will be held on Sunday, 28 August, with the Senior and U23s completing their programmes over the previous two days.
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Senior women win back Home International title as Scotland takes 11 gold medals
Posted: July 24, 2016
Scotland Rowing Team’s senior women won back the title they had last captured in 2014 whilst the men missed out on the double by the narrowest of margins in the final race at the prestigious Home International Regatta (HIR) in Cardiff this weekend.
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Scotland names its team for this weekend’s Home International Regatta
Posted: July 20, 2016
Scottish Rowing has named its team of 67 athletes to compete in the Home International Regatta (HIR), the prestigious one-day competition between four nations at Cardiff this Saturday (23rd July).
The HIR event provides a rare opportunity for rowers to represent their home nations and to compete against athletes from England, Ireland and Wales.
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Celebration of Para Water Sport and Para Cycling Engagement Day
Posted: July 14, 2016
Looking toward the Rio Olympic and Paralympic games we are looking to encourage anyone to take part in the sport of rowing. As part of this Scottish Rowing took part in the Scottish Disability Sport National Celebration of para water sports and para cycling. This fantastic event was a great opportunity for people, that would not necessarily have access to the sport, to try rowing in a fun, safe environment. Finding the right sport for you has the potential to be truly life changing for many people. So for us to be able to be a part of giving people that opportunity, to take those first steps on that journey into sport, is something that we think is very special. Thanks to Scottish Disability Sport for the invitation to take part in this fantastic day.
First phase of Project Rio attracts hundreds from all over Scotland
Posted: July 7, 2016
As part of the first phase of the Scottish Rowing Project Rio campaign (funded by Awards for All), clubs across the country opened their doors, offered coaching and showed newcomers how much fun rowing can be.
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Henley Royal Regatta 2016
Posted: 6 July, 2016
A fantastic Henley Royal Regatta for Scottish crews and athletes was finished off in style with a win for Edinburgh University Boat Club in the Prince Albert Challenge Cup. The race was a crowning glory for Colin Williamson’s squad as they came from a length down against Newcastle University to eventually win by a length. More details on their historic win can be found here.
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Edinburgh becomes first Scottish University to win at the prestigious Henley Royal Regatta
Posted: July 3, 2016
Edinburgh University Boat Club today became the first Scottish University, and only the second crew from Scotland, to win an event in the 177 year history of the prestigious Henley Royal Regatta.
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Clydesdale Rowing Club gives East End schools and children opportunity to try rowing
Posted: June 15, 2016
Clydesdale Amateur Rowing Club is targeting local schools this month to encourage youngsters from Glasgow’s East End to take up the sport in larger numbers than ever before.
The Glasgow Green-based club has worked with Scottish Rowing previously to encourage local school children to row, and one club junior, who has only been rowing for a year, made last weekend’s National Schools finals.
For its newest schools initiative, Clydesdale is joining forces with Scottish Rowing’s Project Rio campaign, which seeks to maximise the interest in rowing around this summer’s Games.
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BUCS 2016 Report
Posted: May 5, 2016
Strong winds across all three days of racing made for an eventful BUCS Regatta at the National Water Sports Centre in Nottingham. Crews battled through a stiff headwind that caused a truncated racing programme at Europe’s largest student regatta.
Read more: BUCS 2016 Report