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
Thank you for joining us during British Rowing Coaching Week 2022 to celebrate, value and connect our amazing coaching community.
For those who were unable to join us, please find links to the presentations and webinars below, or signposts to further information and how to book onto future opportunities.
Did you attend an event? If so, we have a feedback form open for responses to help us improve our offer for next year here. If you did not attend, please let us know why, here.
The presentations can be found here:
Building a successful programme
Developing high performing novices
Indoor Rowing: What are the opportunities?
Fundamentals of power
Coastal Rowing: What is it?
The British Rowing High Quality Land Training Workshop provides coaches with the tools to make rowers’ land training as effective as possible, reducing the risk of injury and improving the potential for performance on the water. It covers the key principles of good movement and conditioning for rowers and how to apply them, directly relating these areas of development in the gym to performance on the water.
To find out more about this workshop, visit the High Quality Land Training page.
To book onto future workshops, go to the calendar.
The University Coaching Assistant provides more entry levels for you to get involved in supporting rowing activities at your university clubs. The University Coaching Assistant training came about as a result of university rowing clubs identifying that despite a lot of people delivering activity in university clubs, there needed to be a more effective way of succession planning between year groups to ensure that there were enough students with some training in delivering activity year on year.
To find out more about this workshop, visit the University Coaching Assistant page.
To book onto future training days, go to the calendar.
The Club Coaching Assistant provides more entry levels for you to get involved in supporting rowing activities at your clubs. By providing more ways to get involved, the aim is to create a welcoming environment for newcomers and encourage them to participate for longer and to see rowing as a lifelong sport.
To find out more about this workshop, visit the Club Coaching Assistant page.
The course will ensure you can safely implement a training programme appropriate to the participants that you coach, who may vary in their goals, ages, and abilities.
Click here for further information on the Senior Club Coach Certificate and to book onto the next Induction Day.
Check out the Performance Coach Development Programme page for more information and register your interest for the next intake of coaches by emailing [email protected].