|UKCC Level 2 Rowing Session Coach, Doncaster.
Dates: 17 and 18 September and 2 October.
|Bradford Spring Regatta, 25 June, 2016.
|York Summer Regatta, 19 June, 2016.||22/04/16|
|Tees Regatta, Provisional Draw.
The final draw is now available -Please pay attention to the Safety Instructions for Competitors, and also the Car Park ing note. We will again be using the car park to the west of the Centre for trailers and visiting cars.
|Durham Regatta, 11-12 June, 2016.
Entries for Durham Regatta are now being accepted via the BROE online entries system. Entries close at 10pm on Thursday 2nd. The Sunday racing will once again include Championship events incorporating a time-trial followed by side-by-side knockout racing.
|Tees Regatta, Provisional Draw.
The provisional draw is now available -there is a large entry and some good racing in prospect. Good luck everyone.
|Explore Rowing Series -Hull.
Fantastic turnout for the inaugural Explore Series round at HULL. We had Seven Crews from 6 clubs and 5 were new to the Explore Series!
Many thanks to Leeds RC for lending boats, to Doncaster RC for bringing their ER quad and to Howard Holmes for trailering to and from Leeds.
Standards of cake were high and crew banter was fantastic… A good day was had by all.
The next event is at Leeds RC on Sunday 19th June- SEE YOU ALL THERE!
|Hexham Regatta, 4 June, 2016.
Entries are now open for Hexham Regatta -As last year, be aware that we may need to restrict entries in particular events and/or divisions to ensure a safe and fair event for everybody. Entries close 10pm, 24 May.
|British Rowing Crowned NGB Of The Year At Women’s Sport Trust Awards.
The award recognises the work of British Rowing to engage women and girls in sport and to raise the profile of women’s sport.
British Rowing was selected as a finalist in April, alongside England Hockey and the England and Wales Cricket Board, before it went to a public vote to decide the winner.
Andy Parkinson, CEO of British Rowing, said: “We are immensely proud to be voted NGB of the Year. A huge thank you goes out to the rowing community and wider public who voted for us. We were up against some very strong competition, which is testament to the amount of great work that is taking place across sport to better engage women and girls.
|UKCC Level 2 Award for Rowing Session Coach - FULL.
There will be another course in September with the venue TBC.
|Assistant Rowing Coach – Trafford RC
Trafford Rowing Club is seeking to employ a part-time Assistant Rowing Coach to support the existing full time junior coach with developing the junior squad commencing July 2016 if possible. Initially there are a total of 20 hours per week available. The club is offering an hourly rate of £10.00. More coaching hours may become available in due course, particularly on the back of Rio 2016..
|Fancy Becoming a Henley Stewards Charitable Trust Coach?
British Rowing are looking for the next batch of Henley Stewards Charitable Trust Coaches who are wanting to undertake a 2 year postgraduate course in a sport related field. Successful candidates will coach 20 hours a week in British Rowing clubs to increase participation amongst Juniors.
|UKCC Level 2 Award for Rowing Session Coach - York, 6-7 June, 2016.
Take your first step into coaching and learn how to support rowers through skill based sessions with our UKCC Level 2 Award, Session Coach.
|Hull Explore Rowing Race, 15 May, 2016.
Hull Kingston RC are hosting the next round of the NW and Yorkshire Explore Rowing Series aimed at Absolute Novice (sweep and sculling) gold members or BR silver members.
|Follow Eastern Region Facebook Page.
One of our fellow regions have set up a Facebook Page makes sure to like the British Rowing - Eastern Regional Rowing Council by following the link.
|Durahm City Regatta Draw Revealed.
The draw for Durham City Regatta this weekend is now on Durham ARC Website. Good luck to everyone racing.
|York Spring Regatta Photos.||02/05/16|
|Tees Regatta, 21 May, 2016.
Tees Regatta will be held on Saturday May 21st on the River Tees at Stockton. We have a fully-buoyed 850m 4 lane course with stake boat start and good access for boating. The regatta is based at the River Tees Watersports Centre with changing, shower and toilet facilities. The bar will be open during the day, and there will be hot and cold food and soft drinks available. The balcony offers a great view of the racing action! Racing is in three divisions, and we encourage entering more than one as long as this is consistent with the rules on no doubling of rowers, coxes or boats within each division.
|York Spring Regatta Provisional Draw.
The provisional draw is now out -let's hope for great weather and some great racing.
|Junior Inter-Regional Regatta, 2016.
Yorkshire's Juniors were in action on Saturday, racing for team Yorkshire at Holme Pierrepont. Overall the team came 9th, with the boys 9th and the girls 11th.
Congratulations to everyone who took part and all who supported the team managed by Phil Press the Yorkshire Rowing Council Junior Commissioner.
|Are You Britain’s Next Indoor Rowing Champion?
The British Rowing Indoor Championships (BRIC) will return to the Lee Valley VeloPark on December 10, 2016.
|Vote British Rowing for NGB of the Year Award!
British Rowing is delighted to announce that we have been selected as a finalist for the National Governing Body (NGB) of the Year Award as part of the Women’s Sport Trust 2016 #BeAGameChanger Awards. Please support British Rowing by voting for us today!
|Regional Get Together.
On Sunday the region came together at York University to hear about the WADA Anti-Doping, the new competition structure, Getting Ready for Rio, the lastest developements of the British Rowing modernisation programm and finally the umpires seminar. Thank you to everyone who attended and York University for hosting the event.
|Sheffield University Win Sheff Varsity, 2016.
This weekend Sheffield University Rowing Club went head-to-head with Sheffield Hallam in their annual Varsity races. It was a great competition with races being more closely contested than ever. Sheffield University came away with the win. See all the action on the YouTube video.
|Durham City Regatta, 7-8 May, 2016.||14/04/16|
|British Rowing Sponsorship Announcement.
Visit Sarasota County are sponsor to this year’s British Rowing Championships; British Rowing’s Masters, Juniors, Seniors and Indoor Rowing Championships. Sarasota County, known as the Cultural Coast of Florida, will be hosting the 2017 World Championships and 2018 World Rowing Masters Regatta at the picturesque Nathan Benderson Park. The park is home to a world-class rowing facility for training and racing, as well as many recreational and leisure activities. If you're attending this year's British Rowing Championships you'll have the chance to find out more about how you can combine your passion for rowing with a relaxing cultural and beach holiday in Sarasota County next year.
|Tom Ransley Boat Naming Ceremony.
Tom Ransley the Olympic and World Champ GB rower and York City Rowing Club member was at the club on Sunday to name the new boat after himself.
|Sportivate application window – NOW OPEN.
Sportivate is a £56 million Lottery funded London 2012 legacy project that gives more young people the chance to discover a sport that they love. The funding available can help pay for coaches, equipment, venue costs, marketing or coach education.
|British Rowing -Online Learning.
To encourage you to learn on demand, when and where you want, we have a range of resources and online courses available. Most of these resources are available free of charge on our website, or if hosted on RowHow then they are free for British Rowing members or RowHow subscribers. Take a look!
|Welcome to Scarborough Rowing Club.
I had great pleasure yesterday in signing the papers for Scarborough's affiliation to British Rowing. I look forward to seeing them on the regatta circuit this summer.
Andrew Cawood, Chairman, Yorkshire Rowing.
|Seats: Row to Rio #4.
There are not enough seats for everyone… we are all here to win Olympic medals. The intensity of the training often challenges the GB Rowing Team to exhaustion but it is the emotional demand on athletes, coaches and support staff where it hurts the most. Friends become rivals and coaches have to select athletes against such small margins to decide who will give Great Britain the best chance of winning medals.
|Check Your Heel Restraints.
If you do turn up to a race and upon inspection your boat does not meet this new criteria, then you will not be able to boat until this has been fixed. If you cannot fix your boat to meet these requirements then you will not be able to race.
|British Rowing Tour 2016, 1-4 September.
The route covers Leeds to Allerton Bywater, onward to Harkers Wharf Knottingly, Beaver Sailing Club, Southfield Reservoir, Long Sandall Lock and finally to Mexborough, Doncaster.
|York Spring Regatta, 30 April, 2016.
Entries are now open for this popular event in the heart of York. Don't forget the popular Challenge Fours event which is a non-qualifying event at IM3 and above for Juniors, Seniors and Masters with a minimum of 2 races (usually 3) per crew. Senior and Masters event winners will receive glass whisky tumblers, Junior events receive medals and lidded tankards for winners of Novice 4+ and 1x.
|Voices -Row to Rio #3.
The competitive streak within the GB Rowing Team doesn’t stop with the rowers but emanates through the coxes who propel them on to achieve their best.
|Wanted- Clean Sport Workshop Host Club.||25/03/16|
|Exceptional GB Olympic Rowing Trials.
There was a ninth win for Alan Campbell, a fourth in a row for Moe Sbihi and hat-tricks for Helen Glover, Heather Stanning, Alex Gregory and Vicky Thornley as the GB Rowing Team Olympic-season Trials concluded in style.
|Chester-le-Street Regatta, 16 April, 2016.
Chester-le-Street Regatta on Saturday 16th April 2016 is now open on British Rowing for entries. Entries will close at 5pm on Saturday 9th April 2016. Any queries contact email@example.com.
|Facebook Cover Photo Competition Winning Photo.
Congratulations to Johannes Gaechter who won the Facebook cover photo competition with this entry 'University of York Senior Men at sunrise.' Thank you to everyone who took part by submitting a photo or voting in the competition.
|Safety Alert -Heel Restraints.
From April 1st 2016 the heel restraint constraints are changing. The new advise is 7cm from the base of the footplate, this has been a FISA rule for some time. This may help. Make a wedge shape piece of wood, with the largest end 7 cm. This will slide between the footplate and the shoe, enabling you to adjust the restraint.
Regards, Alec Gilchrist, Yorkshire Rowing Safety Adviser.
|11 Yorkshire Crews at the Head of the River Race.
Good luck to all the crews racing on the Tideway this weekend. There are crews from Leeds RC, Leeds Uni, York Uni, Hull Uni, Sheff Uni, City of Sheff and Sheff Hallam competing.
|University of York Boat Club Three Peaks Fundraiser.||15/03/16|
|Vote for the New Yorkshire Rowing Facebook Cover.
There are 7 great photos for choose between in the competition - voting closes Friday at noon.
|Lincoln Head Success for Doncaster RC.
Congratulations to Doncaster RC's Mens' Squad upon their wins at Lincoln today. Here is Tom Swallow's photo of the Masters crew which won the Masters C/D category in Division 1. Tom joined the crew for the 2nd Division which they won in the Masters E category.
|“The Start of my Olympic dream… in the School Lunch Queue”.
Potential Olympians from across the country are gathering at the National Water Sports Centre in Nottingham this weekend for the second GB Rowing Team Start camp of 2016. The event will see coaches and rowers from the 12 regional Start centres, hosted at clubs and universities across Britain, gather for three days of training, racing, advice, support and camaraderie.
|North of England Head.
Good luck to all the crews racing today at the North of England Head -what fab weather.
|Head of the River Race Draw Revealed.
The Final Start Order and Boating List in now available. In total there are 360 crews entered into this huge event on the Tideway.
|Facebook Cover Photo Competition.
It's time for a new cover photo for the Yorkshire Rowing Facebook page.
|Saint Peter's School, Head of Rowing.
The school is seeking to appoint a suitably qualified Head of Rowing who will be responsible for leadership and coaching to ensure success, enjoyment and enthusiasm for St Peter’s School Rowing.
|Womens Head of the River Race Results.
14 crews from Yorkshire raced on the Tideway yesterday, with York City RC producing the fastest Yorkshire crew, coming 58th.
|Yorkshire Head CANCELLED.
Sadly, the event has had to be cancelled due to the river level. Thank you to everyone who was supporting the event.
|Yorkshire Head FINAL Start Order.
There is a concern about the river now for Saturday. The river came up yesterday and has started going down again but snow fell in the hills today and more rain is forecast so there is a possibility we may have to cancel. The forecast has completely changed, it looked like a pretty dry week on Monday. We will get predicted river levels from the Environment Agency and keep you informed over the next 36 hours. Please do not make any further payments on BROE to save the hassle of refunds if we have to cancel.
There will be an update later today.
|Safety Alert – Using your Mobile Phone to Call for Help.
If you need help from the Emergency Services (Police, Fire, Ambulance, Coastguard, Mountain Rescue, etc.) then use a mobile phone and dial 112 for some very special features including accessing every available network, not being limited to your network provider, taking precedence over all other calls, working even if the phone has no credit, over-ride any security settings on the phone. In more modern phones, may work even if there is no SIM card in the phone.
|Yorkshire Head Provisional Draw Revealed.
187 crews have entered this year's Head. The Provisional draw is now available and event information.