Welcoming Adaptive Rowers

26 Feb

It’s never been easier to open your rowing club to the possibility of an adaptive athlete joining in. First and forecast, “welcoming” adaptive athletes’ inquiries, does NOT mean the following: That such inquiries will necessarily lead to joining – not … Read More »

Can you row with CMT?

28 Dec

Rebekah Knights rows for Llandaff Rowing Club and has been increasingly active in the adaptive rowing circuit. She shared some of her perspectives on rowing with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (CMT): I’m Rebekah and I was diagnosed with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (CMT) when … Read More »

LoveRowing Adaptive Awards

3 Dec

The LoveRowing Foundation announced its first slate of grant recipients funding initiatives to support inclusion initiatives including 3 rowing clubs building their Adaptive Programme. Congratulations to the adaptive programmes building out more capability with the support of this fine charity: … Read More »

LoveRowing Foundation Launch

25 Nov

The LoveRowing charity/foundation launched to a packed Cutty Sark exhibition hall filled with some of British rowing’s biggest names and supporters last week. Its mission: “Love Rowing is British Rowing’s new charitable foundation. Our mission is to create accessible and … Read More »

Love Rowing Foundation

12 Jul

Henley is not just the home of rowing tradition and heritage, but it is also the highest profile platform for the ever evolving sport. The place of foreign crews, of “amateurs” (defining what constituted professional rowers), of occupation (Manual laborers … Read More »