British Rowing Junior Championships

The British Rowing Junior Championships will be taking place from Friday, 20 to Sunday, 22 July 2018 at the National Water Sports Centre, Nottingham.

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The British Rowing Junior Championships is open to all junior rowers at a club level, from J14 through to J18. The Junior Championships give rowers the opportunity to test themselves against their peers, taking their participation to another level.

  Event Information
Dates:20-22 July 2018
Time:Racing, 8am-6pm (subject to schedule)
Location:National Water Sports Centre, Holme Pierrepont Country Park, Adbolton Ln, Holme Pierrepont, Nottingham NG12 2LU, UK
  Event Information:
Dates:
20-22 July 2018
  Event Information:
Time:
Racing, 8am-6pm (subject to schedule)
  Event Information:
Location:
National Water Sports Centre, Holme Pierrepont Country Park, Adbolton Ln, Holme Pierrepont, Nottingham NG12 2LU, UK

For information regarding the J14 omnium on Friday, click here.

 

Notice of Competition

BRJC 2018 Notice of Competition

BRJC18 RF1 – Claim for Refund on Selection to the GB Junior Team (WORD)

BRJC18 RF2 – Claim for Refund for Athletes Entering J14 Quad Squad (WORD)

 

Entries

Entries are now open to the 2018 British Rowing Junior Championships via BROE 2.

Entries must be submitted by 12:00 (noon) on Monday, 9 July 2018. If you have any queries regarding entries or the entries process, or if you are having difficulties with the BROE2 system, please email juniorentries@britchamps.org in good time.

Enter the 2018 British Rowing Junior Championships here

 

Latest News

9 January 2018 – The British Rowing Junior Championships will return to the National Watersports Center between Friday, 20 July and Sunday, 22 July. Further information about entries will follow in due course.

 

Spectators

Come and watch the rowing stars of the future compete at the British Rowing Junior Championships. This unique event will see junior rowers (18 years and under) taking to the water at the National Water Sports Centre as they compete to be crowned national champion. Former winners at the British Rowing Junior Championships include Rio Olympic Finalist Jack Beaumont, who won in 2008 and 2009 and he’s now back racing for the GB Rowing Team with his sights set on Tokyo 2020.

 

Parking

Parking is available on site in designated car parks.

Trailers can be parked in the ground’s compound, the trailer park and a limited number can park on the grassy bank. The Centre will have signage in place to direct competitors and visitors to the correct car parks.

 

Gazebo pitch reservations

To reserve your gazebo pitch for the British Rowing Junior Championships, click here.

Reservations will close at 14:00 on Tuesday, 17 July. After this time, enquiries should be made in person at the Registration Office at the Regatta, but please note that space is limited so last-minute reservations cannot be guaranteed.

 

Volunteering

Volunteering is a great way to gain new skills, experiences and make new friends. From administrators to umpires, our dedicated volunteers help to make our events.

If you are interested in volunteering at the British Rowing Junior Championship please register your details here.

 

Media

Any members of the media, including photographers, who wish to attend the event must register in advance by contacting the British Rowing press office.

 

Photography and publicity

The Committee recognises that at a sports event such as the British Rowing Championships many parents and other supporters will wish to take photographs and all participants should be aware of this. The Committee approves photography by commercial organisations and these professional photographers will be asked to display a badge to the effect that they are permitted to take photographs. They are expected to follow British Rowing Safeguarding & Protecting Children Guidance document W.G.5.1 (displayed at the regatta).

The Committee may make appropriate use of photographs of crews and races in publicity on the website and social media channels.

Safeguarding arrangements

Each year the Committee will take the following action:

  • Appoint an Event Welfare Adviser. He/she shall have undertaken appropriate recognised training and will have an appreciation of inter-agency procedures.
  • Agree which commercial photographer(s) will be permitted to photograph competitors and ensure they have appropriate accreditation.
  • Confirm the precise arrangements for Committee members’ areas of responsibility.
  • Confirm wording for the notice about Safeguarding at the Regatta for posting in the Boating Area and in the safety documents.
  • Confirm that the Regatta Medical team have enhanced DBS checks.

 

Safeguarding

The Organising Committee of the British Rowing Championships recognises their Duty of Care to ensure that all reasonable steps are taken to provide a safe environment for all those attending the Regatta in whatever capacity.

The Committee believes that the welfare and well-being of everyone attending the Regatta whether as competitors or as spectators, is paramount.  Children and adults at risk; regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, religion or ability, have equal rights to safety and protection, and therefore an increased Duty of Care. All suspicions, concerns and allegations of harm will be taken seriously and responded to swiftly and appropriately.

The Chairman and committee will appoint an Event Welfare Advisor for the competition annually and he/she will act as the point of contact for any concerns or allegations.  A contact number will be posted on the website and they can also be contacted via any Regatta Official during the Event.

 

Retail Village

Exhibitors who would like to attend the event need to contact Jonna de Vries, to register their interest.

 

 

Previous results

The best performing club and winners of the Victor Ludorum:

YearClub
2017Henley Rowing Club
2016Henley Rowing Club
2015Maidenhead Rowing Club
2014Henley Rowing Club
2013Aberdeen Schools RA
Year:
2017
Club:
Henley Rowing Club
Year:
2016
Club:
Henley Rowing Club
Year:
2015
Club:
Maidenhead Rowing Club
Year:
2014
Club:
Henley Rowing Club
Year:
2013
Club:
Aberdeen Schools RA

 

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