J16 Camp

The J16 Crew Camp is a development opportunity for J16 athletes and their coaches to come together and experience a GB Rowing Team training camp.

The focus of the camp is ‘Understanding the requirements for personal success’ and during their time on the camp rowers and coaches get the opportunity to work with; GB Junior & England Talent Pathway coaches, EIS S&C coaches, Physios, UKAD educators and other experienced club and school coaches.

On the camp, they will learn about the ethos and behaviours expected of rowers attending camps. Learn how to keep themselves in good condition and how they should be training to bring their best results. Water training focuses on bringing juniors from around the country into crew boats, allowing them to row with their peers that are performing at the same level as themselves.

Places on this camp are by invite only. British Rowing staff select invitees based on their performances over the J16 trials weekend and supporting data. The J16 trials are held in February at Boston, Lincolnshire as part of the February Assessments.

To find out more about the trials process please click here.

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