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British Rowing Masters Champs

The British Rowing Masters Championships is open to all masters rowers from any club whose federation is affiliated to World Rowing. The Championships provide elite events and also pathways events for masters new to the sport.

Got a question? Check our frequently asked questions or email us.



Irwin Mitchell


Victor Ludorum standings

2022 Results

Previous Winners

All those listed in the British Rowing Masters Championship or Scottish Championship previous winners list are ineligible for the non-championship events. See a list of previous winners here:


We are delighted to offer the following events across masters categories A-K.

Frequently Asked Questions

Guidelines for Lightweight Competitors

It is good to see so many lightweight entries for the inaugural lightweight single sculls events this year. We appreciate that many of you may not have rowed lightweight before, so the rules are shown below.

The limit for open events is 72.5 kg and for women’s events is 59 kg – the weighing will be in the leftmost boating bay in the boating area

    • A competitor shall declare with the draw the regime for weighing-in with regard to the events a competitor may be competing in and shall confirm arrangements for the issue of weight certificates
    • Rowers shall be weighed-in each day not less than one hour and not more than two hours before the originally scheduled race time of the first race that day of the event in which they are entered
    • Rowers need not weigh in on a day they are not racing
    • All members of a crew shall report for weighing in at the same time – this rule shall not apply to coxes
    • Rowers substituted into a crew as a result of a medical withdrawal shall be weighed in at the earliest opportunity after approval for the substitution was given
    • Rowers shall wear racing strip when they weigh-in
    • Competitors may be asked to produce their membership card, or other photographic identification, when weighing-in
    • A crew that does not meet the weight requirements shall not be allowed to race

Entry List

Getting to the Masters Champs

This year’s Masters Championships will be held at the National Water Sports Centre, Holme Pierrepont Country Park, Adbolton Ln, Holme Pierrepont, Nottingham NG12 2LU, UK.

Click here for Car and Trailer parking guidance

Official Merchandise

Official British Rowing merchandise will be available at the event.



If you’re available to volunteer to help for the Masters Championships, please fill in the form below!


We look forward to welcoming spectators back to the National Water Sports Centre! Along with plenty of racing to enjoy, there will be food stalls on site and tradestands to browse.

For information on how to get to the National Water Sports Centre and information on parking click here 

Media & Photographers

We’re partnering with AllMarkOne as our official event photographers. Photographs will be available to purchase on the All Mark One website here.

Any members of the media, including photographers, who wish to attend the event must be accredited in advance by British Rowing. Accreditation closes five days in advance of the event starting.

To gain accreditation for the British Rowing Masters Championships, please contact [email protected].

As an accredited member of the media you are expected to follow British Rowing Safeguarding & Protecting Children Guidance document W.G.5.1.

Please note that for safety and security reasons the use of drones is not permitted anywhere within the National Water Sports Centre.