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Club Spotlight: Dart Totnes

Named after the river, Dart Rowing Club was formed by local businessmen in 1861, and named after the town, Totnes Rowing Club was formed soon after for the local working men. Seven years later the two clubs merged and Dart-Totnes […]

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Club Spotlight: Nottingham Rowing Club

Established in October 2006, Nottingham Rowing Club is already gaining a reputation as a rowing force to be reckoned with, having scooped enough silverware to fill the cabinet this summer alone and continuing to entice new members from the community […]

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Doncaster Rowing Schools Association

Rosie Winterton, MP for Doncaster Central, attended the launch of ‘Rowing and Health in Doncaster workplaces’ on Friday 22nd February.  The programme is funded by the Doncaster Primary Care Trust and involves more than 5000 young people from nine secondary […]

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Profile: Alex Cheyne

"Before I go involved in rowing there wasn’t a great deal for me to do.  I was really overweight, rarely exercised and never expected to represent my country in sport" Full Story

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Profile: Gemma Lovatt

"If you want to feel better, try a sport.  The sport for me is rowing and whilst it may sound melodramatic, it’s changed my life." Full Case Study

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Yorkshire – Doncaster Rowing – Sport, Health and Education in Partnership

In Doncaster  over  3000  young  people  from  9  secondary  and  3  special  schools  have taken  part  in  regular  activity  organised  by  the Doncaster Schools Rowing Association (DSRA) and Doncaster Rowing Club.   Working  together both clubs have achieved  the Sport  England  […]

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Is Competition Good or Bad for Young People?

That headline, at first glance, seems as though it should have a relatively simple answer. You are probably already laying out your own arguments and thoughts in your head as you read this. In fact, I was exactly the same. […]

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Two golds, three bronzes for Olympic boats

On a remarkable day for British rowing at the World Championships in Munich every crew competing in an Olympic class final won medals with two golds coming from the Camelot-backed women’s quadruple scull and the lightweight men’s four, sponsored by […]

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Flagship thwarted, others win medals

On a finals day packed with some superbly-close racing at the World Championships in Munich, Britain won two Olympic class bronze medals as well as a Paralympic class gold and silver but the double world champions and Camelot-backed men’s four […]

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19 Crews now through to finals

"We’ve had an excellent two days of semi-finals and it’s great to have nine Olympic and four Paralympic boats qualified for Beijing", said David Tanner today at the world championships in Munich today on a day when a further five […]

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