Rowing helps develop

Successful young people

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Determined young people

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Active young people

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4762

Total number of girls rowing in 2017
 
 

9080

Total number of young people in our programmes in 2017
 

5225

Black and Minority Ethnicity participants who tried rowing in 2017
 

NJIRC 2019

The National Junior Indoor Rowing Championship (NJIRC) is back! NJIRC 2019 is moving to the Copper Box Arena in the iconic Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, for the next chapter of the Rowing Revolution.

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Author: Ruth Whyman

Location: Copper Box Arena,Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London

Latest events

  • Race The Thames 2019

    Book your place now for the ultimate indoor rowing challenge - Race The Thames 2019! Teams of 8 will fundraise for LYR and race over 45 miles on Friday 15 March 2019 at The Copper Box Arena. Read more

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    Active Row student, Edwin, has been selected by British Rowing to represent England Team South at the School Games 31st August - 1st September 2018 at the premiere rowing event. Read more

  • Team Building with the Royal Navy

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