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Grainger, Reed and Hodge take trials titles

Peter Reed and Andy Hodge won the first contest of the Olympic season between Britain’s top men, raced in pairs, whilst Katherine Grainger won the equivalent women’s battle, raced in single sculls, at the British Winter Assessment Trials in Boston, […]

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Purchase and Pauls take lightweight honours

Zac Purchase and Mathilde Pauls won the men’s and women’s lightweight single scull 5km GB Assessment trials in Boston, Lincs, yesterday. Purchase was quickest to all three timing points and won by just under seven seconds from James Lindsey-Fynn who, […]

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Bronze and brace of top five finishes

Alice Freeman followed up her world championships bronze from earlier this month with a second senior bronze today – this time at the European Championships on Lake Malta in Poznan, Poland, again in the women’s eight. Britain also collected a […]

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Globe RC

Developing rowing at regional level requires dogged persistence, community spirit and an awful lot of paperwork, but this story of regeneration in Greenwich is an inspiration to all. Full Story

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Club Spotlight: Burton Leander RC

Burton Leander RC was revamped and officially relaunched just a few weeks ago, with refurbished facilities, access for adaptive athletes and more. Full Story

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Club Spotlight: Southampton Coalporters

Southampton’s Solent and Coalporters clubs work together to share resources and expertise making them a force to be reckoned with at competitions, and an inspiration too clubs around the country. Full Story

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Youth Sport Trust: Project Oarsome – Norfolk

A partnership project involving the Rowing NGB (Amateur Rowing Association – ARA) Norfolk  County  Sports  Partnership,  all  Norfolk  School  Sport  Partnerships  (SSPs), Norwich Rowing Club and the Norfolk Outdoor Education centre. Full Story

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Youth Sport Trust: Plymouth

An audit of pupils demonstrated that 80% would like to take part in a new sporting activity. Full Story

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Youth Sport Trust: Nottingham Schools

Pupils in the partnership had identified rowing as a desirable sport in Nottingham, an area with a tradition in rowing. However, only two schools are actively involved in the sport.  All schools could identify an inactive/overweight group of children who […]

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Youth Sport Trust: West London

Students aged 13-16 from partnership schools were identifed as being disafected with their learning and at risk of permanent exclusion, but with an interest in sporting activities. Full Story

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