Indoor Rowing

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Rowing the latest sport to join the ‘Special Olympics’

On Friday 27th June, 50 learning disabled athletes from the local Special Educational Needs (SEN) schools took part in a rowing showcase as the Special Olympics Great Britain (SOGB) celebrated the newest addition to its sports repertoire.  The competition was held at […]

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Devon Youth Ability Games 2008

Rowing was once again part of the ‘Devon Youth Ability Games’ which took place at the College of St Mark and John, Plymouth on Wednesday July 2nd 2008. Over 70 young people from 11-16 years of age took part in […]

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World Fire Fighter Games 2008

Liverpool will be hosting the 10th World Fire fighter games this summer starting on the 24th August and running to the 3rd September. Its anticipated that over 5000 competitors will be taking part in 62 events, including Indoor Rowing and a sprint […]

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Bradford Schools’ GRI Report

The annual Bradford Schools’ Go Race Indoors event was held on Monday 14th April 2008 at Bingley Grammar School.  The school recently received ‘Awards for All’ funding for eight new indoor rowing machines and has created its own indoor rowing […]

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Birmingham Special Schools Project

Birmingham Special Schools Project Indoor rowing in the inner city secondary schools in Birmingham has been taking place since 2004, when the Sir Steve Redgrave Trust initially helped to fund rowing machines for 20 schools. This was soon followed by […]

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Sport Relief Rowing Challenge

Members of staff at the London offices of Partnerships for Schools (PfS) have been rowing to raise money for Sport Relief. PfS is the government agency responsible for co-ordinating the Building Schools for the Future programme which aims to rebuild or refurbish […]

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Kent Schools Indoor Rowing Championships 2008

The first indoor rowing county race in Kent was held on 28th February 2008 at Swallows Leisure Centre in Sittingbourne. The event saw over 370 children aged between 11 and 18 years compete from 21 schools. The schools travelled from […]

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Kent Adaptive Rowing project gets off to a flying start

On Monday 17th March 2008, Kings School Canterbury hosted an indoor rowing session for 32 young people with a range of disabilities from schools from across Kent. The project was led by Alastair Mckean, Paralympian and 2007 World Silver Medallist, […]

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Go Race Indoors at Selly Park Girls School

On the 11th March 2008 Birmingham-based ARA coaches, Stuart Redden and Maddie Millichap, helped Selly Park Girls School to run an inter-house Go-Race indoor rowing competition for 144 students across Years 7, 8 and 9. Each of the school’s six […]

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Plymouth Schools Success at Indoor Rowing Championships

On the morning of the 5th March, 35 students assembled from schools across Plymouth to travel to London for the National Junior Indoor Rowing Championships. Departing at 6am, spirits where high in anticipation of personal bests and medals. London traffic […]

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