The British Rowing Championships is the UK’s largest national rowing event encompassing all aspects of competition within the sport. The event, which returns to Strathclyde Park every 4 years, takes place over 4 days with three days of competition and the action is non-stop!
Racing on Friday is for the younger juniors aged 14 to 16. Those in the under 18 category and Senior athletes complete their eliminating rounds on Saturday and Sunday morning with the Finals for these events taking place on Sunday afternoon.
Medals are presented to the first three crews, and spectators have the opportunity to see the highest standard of rowing at any national regatta.