Recap: Mizuno British Rowing Indoor Championships 2021

Catch all the livestream action and results from the 2021 Mizuno British Rowing Indoor Championships

With 871 different competitors dialling in from 32 different countries, the Mizuno British Rowing Indoor Championships brought indoor rowing competition into homes, gyms and clubs around the world. With records tumbling across the event categories, a highlight was Paralympian Benjamin Pritchard provisionally breaking the World and British Record for the PR1 men’s 2000m.

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There was also a provisional World Record for international discus thrower, Jade Lally in the women’s 1 minute race and our eldest female competitor, Val Coleman who broke the World, British and Championships Records in the women’s 90-94 2km race. Showing that age is no barrier to indoor rowers, fellow nonagenarian, Alan Bell, 95, broke the Championship Record for the 90-95 lightweight men’s 2km race.

Event Chair, Nick Hubble commented, “It’s been yet another fabulous edition of the Indoor Champs – congratulations to everyone who took part in the racing.

“We’re really grateful for the support of our sponsors Mizuno who’ve helped us bring you an exciting day of racing online. It’s been a real team effort and I’d like to thank the team of volunteers, British Rowing staff as well as the team at Streeem and Time Team who have given up their Saturday to bring this day of racing to you.”

The fun continues in our online league which is open until next Sunday at 5pm. If you’ve been inspired by today’s racing, why not get on a machine at your local gym to see what you can do and enter your time into our live league tables. We have a whole range of events you can enter from 1 minute challenges to 8 x 500m pieces.

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