Frontrower

11 Jun

Rowing is physically one of the most inclusive sports there is. This is because it is a whole-body sport. As a result, if some part of the body (nearly any part) is impaired, you can still use the rest of … Read More »

Grant Fundraising Catalogue

8 May

Funding an adaptive/para program is a good-news/bad-news situation. The good news is that fundraising for adaptive equipment is some of the easiest fundraising a boat club will do. The bad news is that adaptive rowing needs lots of funding for … Read More »

Mixed Ability Rowing Overview

26 Apr

This week the International Mixed Ability Sports (IMAS) organisation hosted its first ever “Mixed Ability Sports Virtual Rowing Festival” which extends the range of inclusion in rowing even further than conventional “adaptive” classifications. I will follow this post with a … Read More »

March Adaptive Rowing Exemption

12 Mar

The government’s lockdown roadmap announced at the beginning of the month featured a special consideration for disabled sport, but with all of the complex guidelines those exemptions have caused a bit of confusion. Since released, I have been doing as … Read More »