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Classification

Rowers with a disability who want to race either indoor or on the water will need to go through British Rowing’s classification system.

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Masters

On 1st April 2010, our 'veteran' rowers became known as 'Masters'.  There has also been a change in the lower age so that rowers from 27 years to over 80 can now compete in Masters events. This brings us in line with the international programme and, with its age-related handicap system, Masters racing is often highly competitive. British Rowing's Masters Committee is responsible for…

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Online Entry

Most British Rowing affiliated competitions will have their own dedicated website and they should publicise the competition letting clubs and competitors know that all entries must be made using the British Rowing Online Entry (BROE2) System. Overseas crews must also use BROE2 to make their entries and are advised to allow plenty of time to…

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Overseas Entry

Non British Rowing (Overseas) clubs or Scottish clubs wishing to enter affiliated competitions  must use the British Rowing Online Entry (BROE2) system to make their entries. If you have not previously entered a competition using BROE you will need to contact our Clubs and Competitions Administrator before you will be able to make your entry.…

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