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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.

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Gordon Day MBE 1932-2016

Posted May 2, 2016

Gordon Day MBE

Gordon John Day MBE, who has died peacefully at 84, was a major figure in the sport of rowing in Scotland, first as an international performer - he represented Scotland at the 1958 Empire Games. He then became a national umpire, international team manager and significant administrator.

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Heriot-Watt Boat Club aims to add more rowing members through Project Rio

Posted: April 27, 2016

There are many ways to benefit from Scottish Rowing’s Project Rio campaign which aims to capitalise on rowing interest generated by this summer’s Olympic Games.

Edinburgh’s Heriot-Watt University is planning to use the campaign’s promotional and coaching resources to recruit more students when the term resumes in September.

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