Amelia Jones Profile

3 Aug

British Rowing features a profile on Amelia Jones, junior PR3-PD at Marlow RC, in their August newsletter out today (unfortunately only available to British Rowing members). She was a prominent rower at Great Marlow School until she suffered a brain … Read More »

Braile Boat Numbers

2 Jul

The minimum bar for accessibility is quite low, but the maximum bar is limitless. Rowing clubs often get overly apprehensive about not having accessible enough facilities to support adaptive rowing, but most disabled athletes deal with inaccessibility every day of … Read More »

Marlow Town Regatta 2021

28 Jun

And we’re back! Marlow Town Regatta hosted the first outdoor adaptive racing for nearly 2 years! The event brought most of the top adaptive clubs of Southern England – Guildford, Marlow, Stourport, Stratford-upon-Avon, Sudbury. Due to COVID restrictions, the event … Read More »

Wraptor Balance

21 Jun

Attaching rigger pontoons is the conventional approach to adding some stability to a single scull for an adaptive rower who (a) might have balance issues, or (b) might be more vulnerable (eg. fixed seat). But Wraptor has a product called … Read More »

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 »