We welcome anyone to try rowing, so find out more here and give it a go.
Why not look through this section for skill and knowledge development opportunities.
The GB Rowing Team is the high performance arm of British Rowing. Rowing is the nation’s most continuously successful Olympic sport, having won a gold medal in every Olympic Games since 1984, and has won six Paralympic golds since the sport was introduced to the Paralympic Games programme in 2008.
GB Rowing Team
The British Rowing Offshore Championships and Beach Sprint Finals are taking place in Saundersfoot, Pembrokeshire (the same location as the World Rowing Coastal Championships 2022), on 24-25 June and 26 June 2022 respectively.
Got a question? Email us.
Find the results on Lap2Go after each race!
CO 1x Heat 1
CO 1x Heat 2
CW 1x Heat 1
CW 1x Heat 2
CO 2x Heat 1
CO 2x Heat 2
CMx 2x Heat 1
CMx 2x Heat 2
CO 4x+ Final
COMas 4x+ Final
CW 1x Final A
CW 1x Final B
CW 4x+ Final
CO 2x Final A
CO 2x Final B
CW 2x Final
CO 1x Final A
CO 1x Final B
CWMas 4x+ Final
CMx 2x Final A
Solo Time Trial results
Following changes to the competition format due to the weather, bronze medals were awarded to the runners-up in both semi-finals.
The Beach Sprint format is ideal for agile and skilled scullers with a performance background, from either coastal or river rowing.
It starts with a sprint on the beach for the rower or one of the rowers. After entering the boat, the boat slaloms around buoys, turns around and rows straight back to the beach before one of the rowers exits the boat and runs to the finish line.
Notice of Competition
List of Competing Crews
Race Schedule Plan A
Race Schedule Plan B
Race Schedule Plan C
Processional Time Trial Format
Offshore races usually take place over 4km for heats and 6km courses for finals and either start and/or finish off a beach or out at sea. This is the race for you if you’re wanting to challenge yourself over longer distances!
Revised Timetable (Saturday)
Registrations for volunteering at the British Rowing Offshore Championships and British Rowing Beach Sprints are currently open.
If you are interested in volunteering more generally in the sport, please visit our Jobs and Volunteering page.
Want to know a little more about Coastal rowing? Read our quick guide below!
Coastal Sculling is sculling’s wilder cousin. It comes in two main formats: Endurance (Offshore) and Beach Sprints.
Did you know that in coastal rowing, ‘singles’ are called ‘solos’?
Classifications follow the same lines as river rowing classifications do. ‘C’ stands for Coastal!
The coastal sculling award is aimed at coaches and event organisers from all types of rowing, who wish to learn how to prepare rowers to race in beach sprint and endurance competitions domestically and internationally using the World Rowing and British Rowing rules.
The award is designed for rowing coaches and event organisers and aims to provide both with the following:
Find the next course here
Want to give Coastal Sculling a go in your own time? Find out which clubs and organisations give you the chance to come and give Coastal Sculling a go.
Find a venue or club to give Coastal Sculling a try