Event Cancellation – Scottish Rowing Winter Challenge - 8 & 9 February 2020
Posted: 5 February 2020
Further to the earlier communication, the organising committee of the Scottish Rowing Winter Challenge has taken the decision to cancel the event this weekend.
Scottish Rowing Awards 2018-19 – Nominations Open
Posted: 12 February 2020
We are delighted to announce that nominations for the Scottish Rowing Annual Awards are now being accepted. The closing date for nominations is midnight on Sunday 1st March. The Awards will be presented at the Scottish Rowing Spring Regatta on 25th and 26th April at Strathclyde Country Park.
Entries Open for the Scottish Rowing Winter Challenge
Posted: 18 December, 2019
Entries are now open for the 2020 Scottish Rowing Winter Challenge (incorporating the Scottish Student Rowing Championships). Entries can be made at www.rowingentry.com, with full event information on our events website. Entries close 19th January 2020.
HOME INTERNATIONAL REGATTA ANNOUNCES EXCITING NEW RACE FORMAT
Posted: 16 December, 2019
The Home International Regatta, the historic annual challenge match between England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales is to be transformed after exciting new changes were unanimously approved by its General Management Committee.
The changes announced today, place the prestigious competition, running since 1962, at the cutting edge of international rowing competition and will ensure that it continues to be a valued and relevant team event for rowers from across the Home Nations.
Scottish Rowing Junior 16 Land Camp
Posted: November 6, 2019
Scottish Rowing Junior 16 Land Camp 2019
Friday 6th to Sunday 8th December 2019
sportscotland national sports training centre, Inverclyde, Largs
Jen Thomson receives President's Award
Posted: 17 October, 2019
At the Scottish Rowing Annual General meeting last Sunday, Martin Claxton was delighted to announce Jen Thomson as the recipient of his President’s Award. This Award recognises an individual who has made a significant contribution to the sport, often behind the scenes. Jen is someone that many people in Scottish Rowing will not have heard of, but if you have ever put in entries to Scottish Championship or the Spring Regatta for your club, she will be very well known to you indeed.
Erin looks forward to new Club Support role
Posted: 16 October, 2019
Scottish Rowing are delighted to announce the appointment of Erin Wyness as our new Club Support Manager (North). Erin takes over this role from Andy Barton whose new responsibilities are as Workforce Manager. Erin started her rowing career at Aberdeen Schools Rowing Association and latterly at Robert Gordon University Boat Club where she served as club President for 4 years.
Scottish Rowing Indoor Championships 2019
Posted: 10 October, 2019
Entries for the 2019 Scottish Rowing Indoor Championships are now open!
Full event information and entry details are now available at www.scotchamps.org
Two new exciting projects for Scottish Rowing
Scottish Rowing appointed two new members of staff earlier this year; Leanne Mains and Amiee Caitlin Williams. We recently checked in with them regarding the progress of their projects.
World Championships Sunday report
Posted: 1 September, 2019
With Edinburgh’s Olympic silver medallist Karen Bennett and Glasgow’s Rowan McKellar in the engine room, the British women’s eight finished fifth in Sunday’s last race of the World Rowing Championships in Linz Ottensheim, Austria.
Although the crew was disappointed to finish out of the medals, they did beat Romania to grab the crucial fifth and last Olympic Qualification slot. Ahead of them New Zealand took gold, Australia took silver and the United States won bronze, with Canada in fourth place.
This result means that all seven Scottish Rowing members of the British team – silver medal lightweight single sculler Maddie Arlett from Selkirk, bronze medal coxless four stroke Sholto Carnegie, Edinburgh’s Melissa Wilson in quad sculls, Edinburgh’s Polly Swann in coxless fours, Angus Groom in quad sculls, as well as Bennett and McKellar – successfully played their part in qualifying British boats for the Tokyo Olympic Games.
Article by Mike Haggerty.
World Championships Day 7 Report
Posted: 31 August, 2019
Sholto Carnegie became the second Scottish Rowing medallist of the World Rowing Championships in Linz Ottensheim, Austria when he stroked the British men’s coxless four to a bronze medal behind winners Poland and Romania in Saturday’s finals.
Selkirk's Maddie Arlett wins GB Team's first medal of the World Championships in Linz Ottensheim
Posted: 30 August, 2019
Edinburgh University’s Maddie Arlett from Selkirk won the British team’s first medal of the World Championships in Linz Ottensheim, Austria when she took bronze in Friday afternoon’s lightweight single sculls final.
Upcoming Event - Scottish Rowing AGM
Posted: 30 August, 2019
The Scottish Rowing Annual General Meeting will take place on 13th October at the Water Sports Centre, Strathclyde Park. The formal notice of the meeting will be sent out in due course.
Resolutions from Club Members should be submitted in writing and in accordance with Article 9.6 by the close of business 12th September, 2019.
Club Members are also invited to nominate candidates for two posts on the Scottish Rowing Board. The first is the post of Director of Sport Governance, which is currently vacant. The post of Director Of Development is also up for reappointment. The current Director of Development, Caroline Parker has indicated her intention to stand for reappointment.
From 12pm, prior to the AGM, we will be running some short sessions to update clubs on some key areas of work including Competition and the Competition Calendar and the new Club Support Toolkit. We would like to invite club representatives to come along and get involved in these. There will also be a Safeguarding Workshop for CPOs running alongside these sessions. Details of this will be circulated directly to CPOs shortly.
World Championships Day 5 Report
Posted: 29 August, 2019
There were mixed fortunes for the Scots involved in Thursday’s racing at the World Rowing Championships in Linz Ottensheim, Austria, with five of them reaching their “A” finals, and the other two now battling for Olympic Qualification places in the “B” finals.