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UK Sport Coaching Excellence Programme

UK Sport has announced the 12 emerging high performance coaches who will form the first intake of their new Elite Coaching Apprenticeship Programme. Two year accelerated Apprenticeship Programme will build on the knowledge and experience gained to create a bespoke […]

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Safeguarding Young People

As part of British Rowing’s commitment to safeguarding young people, we are keen to hear your views on our policy and procedures and how they affect you in your club or school.  We have put together three simple online questionnaires […]

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Sport England Publish their New Year Honours List

The New Year Honours list recognising several sporting heroes and the contributions they have made to their local communities have been officially announced by Sport England. Doncaster’s Dudley Fletcher, 68, received an MBE for his services to rowing, recognising his […]

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It’s Official…

The British Rowing Chairman, Di Ellis, wrapped up against the biting wind today to unveil the new British Rowing plaque outside the Hammersmith headquarters. The familiar blue ARA plaque will remain alongside the new logo and will have the founding […]

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CCPR – music licensing update

Under current law sports clubs are required to purchase Performing Right Society licences for the use of music within their venues. The fees from these licences are distributed to composers and recording artists. Clubs have however benefitted from exemptions from […]

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Chris Baillieu MBE appointed as new Chairman of sports coach UK

News from UK Sport: “sports coach UK has announced the appointment of Chris Baillieu MBE as the new Chair of the organisation, following an open recruitment process. Chris – who will take up his position in the New Year – […]

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Di Ellis re-elected to British Olympic Association Board

Following the National Olympic Committee meeting on 20th October, (held for the first time at the new headquarters of the British Olympic Association (BOA) in the West End of London), three new members were elected to the BOA’s Board as […]

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Global Drug Reference Online (Global DRO)

British Rowing has recently been informed that UK Sport, in partnership with the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) and the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) have announced the launch of the Global Drug Reference Online (Global DRO).   […]

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Redgrave is named ‘2012 Champion’

Five-time gold medal winner Sir Steve Redgrave has been appointed as the Government’s ‘2012 Sports Champion’. Britain’s most successful Olympian, with six medals, will lead the drive to boost participation in sports during the run up to the London Olympics […]

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Construction work starts on time on London 2012 Rowing and Canoe Sprint venue

Construction work is underway to deliver enhanced Rowing and Canoe Sprint facilities for the London 2012 Games, the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) announced today. The Rowing and Canoe Sprint events during the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games will take […]

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