Rowing ACT is excited to announce the crews that will be representing the ACT at the Australian Masters Rowing Championships in Sydney early next month. These crews been working hard for the past few months and we are excited to see them compete! Our Masters PR3 Men’s Single will be contested by Stuart John who is looking to upgrade his fourth from last year into podium position. Stuart also represented the ACT at the Australian Rowing Championships earlier this year, so his ACT pride will be on display loud and proud! Our Masters PR3 Women’s Single is defending […]
Congratulations to the ACT School’s Pathway’s Eights who competed in Sydney last week at the Rowing Australia School’s Pathways Regatta! Both crews represented the ACT with distinction and should be very proud of their efforts.
The Pathways Regatta is held consecutively with the Rowing Australia Under 19 Trials and sees the best school rowers compete head to head for the pride of their state. The two ACT Eights both made […]
With the first ACT Queen’s Cup crew in 11 years having made it’s run down the course at Champion Lakes, Perth, the 2023 Australian Rowing Championships is done and dusted. Congratulations to all who made their way across to Perth to compete at this year’s nationals. The ACT had crews compete from ANU Boat Club, Black Mountain Rowing Club, Canberra Grammar School, Canberra Girls Grammar School, Canberra Rowing Club, Capital Lakes Rowing Club, Marist College and Radford College. A big thanks to our local trailer drivers from the ACT High Performance Program, Radford College, Canberra Grammar School and Canberra Girls […]
As we enter what is one of the busiest periods in our annual regatta season it is important to advise that over the last two months there have been a number of worrying incidents, near-misses and accidents. These have led to hospitalisation, injuries, and complaints from other rowers and the general public that decrease the enjoyment of our sport for everyone.
We all must do better.
The most important factor is that safety on the lake is not someone else’s responsibility – it is everyone’s responsibility. This includes both […]
Over the weekend of the 10th – 12th of February, a large contingent of ACT clubs and schools headed up to Penrith to compete in the NSW Rowing Championships. It was a great showing from the ACT, with athletes competing from ANU Boat Club, Black Mountain Rowing Club, Canberra Rowing Club, Capital Lakes Rowing Club, Canberra Girls Grammar, Canberra Grammar School, Orana Steiner School, Daramalan College, Radford College and Marist College, with nearly every club and school taking home some medals. See below for the final medal wrap up from our ACT athletes.
Rowing ACT is hosting a Level 2 Coaching course on Sunday the 29th of January. The course is for individuals who have held their Level 1 coaching license for 12 months and have completed their Level 2 online component. The course will be run by Rowing Australia Level 2 Coaching Course Facilitator Renae Domaschenz. Interested participants should email firstname.lastname@example.org to register for the course, by close of business, Wednesday the 25th of January 2023. Interested participants will need to email through their online component certificate when registering.
Rowing ACT is excited to announcement the Senior Squads for the ACT Interstate Crews that will compete at the Interstate Regatta at the 2023 Australian Rowing Championships in Perth, WA. Final crews will be announced closer to the event.
A reminder that Youth and Pathway Team nominations remain open until Wednesday the 25th of January
The ACT Schools Representative Eight is a pathways program and competition organisation by the school clubs within the ACT. See the attached information and nomination links. Please note this program is separate to the Pathways Eights Programs that compete for the ACT in April and require separate nominations.