Clubs suspended from Competition 2015

As at 15th May, 2015 affiliation fees have not been received for the rowing clubs listed below.  

From 15th May these clubs are therefore automatically suspended from entering British Rowing competitions and from Monday 18th May are suspended from taking part in any Regatta or other events.  

If you wish to arrange payment please email Sally Hickey at British Rowing or call her on 020 8237 6708.

UKCC Level 2 Inclusive of Pre-Requisites


United Kingdom
50° 50' 0.5928" N, 0° 58' 9.0732" W

Lyme Regis (Cpga)


United Kingdom
50° 43' 34.2516" N, 2° 56' 20.346" W

Poole hosts blustery but successful Regatta

Poole Regatta’s overcast conditions did not bode well for the annual regatta taking place at Rockley Park on Saturday 2 August. The delayed start coincided with a massive downpour; nonetheless, the event went ahead despite the weather. 

Race conditions consisted of a strong on-shore side wind which generated huge chop and pushed the coastal boats towards the shore. The challenge came in a number of forms: maintaining a straight line, establishing a rhythm and making sure that the blade always found the water. 

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Flood warnings from the EA

More than 100 flood warnings have been issued by the Environment Agency (EA), with the Southeast, Southwest and Midlands expected to be the worst affected areas.

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Swanage celebrates brand new boathouse

Swanage Sea Rowing Club’s new boathouse was opened on Saturday 7th December, after years of talking about the need for and planning a permanent home.

The club was founded in 2001 in the time-honoured way; a few guys sitting in the pub thinking it would be a good idea to have a rowing club in the town. With some endeavour and good fortune, the Club bought its first gig, Old Harry, and another great community tradition was born.

Bournemouth Collegiate School


United Kingdom
50° 43' 49.8396" N, 1° 46' 47.7948" W

High Quality Land Training Workshop

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High Quality Land Training

12th November 2013

18:30 – 21:30

Southampton ARC, Southampton

High Quality Land Training is the third in the series of workshops delivered by the GB Rowing Team coaches.

The workshop focuses on making the most of land training and relating this to the athlete's performance in the boat.

Itchen Imperial RC triumphs at weather-hit South Coast Champs

Itchen Imperial RC claimed the coveted Bideford Bowl for the first time in 57 years on Saturday, after a severely weather-hit day at the 2013 South Coast Championships in Deal.

With the South Coast Junior Regatta successfully completed in the morning with only a slight sea running, little wind, and the forecast promising further improvement during the afternoon, no one could have expected the rough seas and pounding surf that led to South Coast Championship Regatta and Open Event to be abandoned later in the day.

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