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Scottish rowers shine on the Tideway

Posted: March 13, 2017

Scottish rowers shone as the 77th Women’s Head of the River Race, the largest of its kind in the world, took place on Saturday from Mortlake to Putney in London.  Beginners to Olympic medallists featured amongst the 296 women’s eights that took to the start line on the Tideway looking to make waves and set down a marker for the season ahead.

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Scottish rowers set for 77th Women’s Head of the River Race

Posted: March 10, 2017

Following International Women’s Day earlier this week the rowing world demonstrates the strength in depth of the female side of the sport this weekend with over 2,500 women taking to the Tideway for the 77th Women’s Head of the River from Mortlake to Putney.

Scottish Rowing is well represented amongst the 321 eights taking to the start line with 14 crews from clubs and universities having travelled to London from North of the Border.

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EUROPE’S ELITE ROWERS SET FOR GLASGOW 2018 AFTER HOST CITY AGREEMENT WITH WORLD ROWING FEDERATION

Posted: March 9, 2017

European Championships Glasgow 2018 - Media Release

Sports fans can look forward to cheering on Europe’s finest rowers at Strathclyde Loch next year after a Host City Agreement was formally signed between Glasgow 2018 and the World Rowing Federation, FISA.

Great Britain’s Rio 2016 heroes are amongst those likely to take to Scottish waters as part of the first ever European Championships, a new multi-sport format which will take place in partnership between the host cities of Glasgow and Berlin.

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Millennials to Medals

Posted: February 27, 2017

(Reproduced with the permission of British Rowing)

The golden summers of 2012 and 2016 are still etched firmly in the minds of UK rowing and Olympic sports fans.  Who could forget those heady days when GB’s rowers topped the world?

In the sometimes gritty but often rewarding engine rooms of rowing development, though, Rio is already a distant memory and the charge is on to find and continue to nurture the next generation.

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Strathclyde Park Regatta 22nd-23rd April 2017

Posted: February 23, 2017

Statement from Alistair Neill
Chair (Temp) Domestic Regatta Organising Committee

The 2018 European Sports Championships is being hosted by Glasgow and Berlin with the rowing events taking place at Strathclyde Park. Part of the preparatory work for this event involves a full upgrade to the Finishing Tower at the Park. Due to this ongoing work, the tower and all of the systems incorporated in the tower will not available for SPR 2017. This means that we will not have the usual Regatta control system, timing, photo-finish or commentary facilities.

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Strathclyde Country Park Road Closure - 12th March 2017

Posted: February 23, 2017

North Lanarkshire Council have advised that roads throughout Strathclyde Country Park and the Watersports Centre area will be closed on Sunday 12th March 2017 between 8am and 3pm.

For further information please contact North Lanarkshire Council on 01698 402060.

JBT Inverness Eights and Small Boats Heads and Scottish Students Heads

Posted: February 22, 2017

On Saturday and Sunday, 18th and 19th February, a significant entry of crews from Scottish clubs and universities took part in the JBT Inverness Eights and Small Boats Heads in bright and sometimes blustery weather conditions on the superb rowing waters of the Caledonian Canal in Inverness. Much excellent racing was witnessed over the 4.35 kilometre course in two exciting days of competition.

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GLASGOW 2018 SPORTS PROGRAMME ENSURES SCOTLAND WILL SHINE ON GLOBAL STAGE

Posted: February 8, 2017

The final sports programme for the inaugural 2018 European Championships has today been confirmed, ensuring that the new event generates maximum television coverage for the sports being staged in Glasgow and Scotland.

The European Championships is being held for the first time in 2018 in a unique partnership between Europe’s leading sports federations, the Host Cities of Glasgow and Berlin and the European Broadcasting Union (EBU). This sporting partnership will create a new event on the world stage elevating the status of European Champions and attracting a potential television audience of up to 1.03 billion across the continent, with a wider audience via digital platforms.

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Scottish Rowing Junior Co-ordinator

Posted: February 1, 2017

Scottish Rowing is pleased to announce the appointment of Mike Martin to the voluntary position of Junior Co-Ordinator and he will be responsible for leading the planning and implementation of a Junior Development programme for rowing in Scotland.

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Request for Tenders for Catering and Bar Facilities 2017

Posted: January 26, 2017

Strathclyde Park Regatta & Scottish Student Rowing Championships – 22 - 23 April
Scottish Rowing Championships – 10 - 11 June

Clubs are invited to tender for running the catering and/or the bar at the above regattas. Over the past few years the standards set by the clubs running these services have been high, and it is expected that these high standards will be met or indeed better by this years providers.

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Home International Regatta 2017 - Scotland Rowing Team Selection

Posted: January 23, 2017

Online registration for the Scotland Rowing Team for the Home International Regatta is now open.  The link to the online registration system and the 2017 selection policy are available on the Rowing for Scotland page of the website.

 

Scottish Rowing Operating Practices

Posted: December 16, 2016

The Scottish Rowing Operating Practices have been updated and approved by the Board on 8th November 2016.

The key changes are in relation to Subsidiary Clubs and these are outlined in Appendix 2.

The new version of the Operating Practices is now available on this website.

 

Scottish Rowing Rules of Racing - Heel Restraints

Posted: December 15, 2016

The Rules of Racing have been changed to specify that heel restraints must ensure that each shoe is independently restrained and that the restraints should not allow the heel to lift more than 7 cm. This brings Scotland into line with the position adopted by FISA some years ago and by British Rowing earlier this year. The new rule comes into effect on 1 January 2017.

At the same time, the Rules have been updated to replace 'Veteran' with 'Master'

A revised version of the Rules of Racing is available on this website.

The Water Safety Code is also being revised to make sure that the heel restraint requirements are consistent.

EXCELLENT RACING CONDITIONS FOR THE HAWCO INVERNESS FOURS/QUADS AND SMALL BOATS HEADS

Posted: November 23, 2016

In sunny, calm, cold weather conditions, over 400 crews from all over Scotland took part in the Hawco Inverness Fours/Quads and Small Boats Heads on Saturday and Sunday 19th and 20th November on the superb rowing waters of the Caledonian Canal in Inverness over a course of approximately 4500 metres from Dochgarroch to the Inverness Rowing Club’s Boathouse close to the Tomnahurich Swing Bridge.

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