The National Junior Indoor Rowing Championships, run by London Youth Rowing, returns for a blockbuster series of events in 2024. NJIRC will once again take place in both Leeds and London following the success of last year’s duel events. This year’s events, like previous, are proudly supported by British Rowing, Concept2 and the Henley Royal

Fergus Mainland

Row anytime during a calendar month on a rowing machine, on water or a combination of the both to win your exclusive medal and certificate.  There are 3 challenges. 50km, 100km or 150km. Collective rowing during any month can be added up to make up your monthly total.  Submitting and Claiming your Medal You will be emailed a

Fergus Mainland

Boats not Bars is a prison indoor rowing program run by the charity Fulham Reach Boat Club. It uses the intervention of an indoor rowing programme as a medium for learning the skills and behaviours that have been shown to reduce the chances of someone reoffending after release from prison. With prisons at capacity, and statistics

Imogen Walsh

ROW31 is back for 2024 and Row The Distance are really excited to have the Class of 24 medal ready and waiting for you to order and then receive at the end of the January. Developed back in 2020, ROW31 is a yearly January fitness campaign focusing on eliminating the barriers to training that so many face

Fergus Mainland

Take your rowing to the next level with their FREE INTRO OFFER!  With two London studios in Fitzrovia and the City, ROWBOTS offers 50 minutes of full-intensity interval training, engineered to break mental and physical barriers and awaken your inner strength and resilience. The classes combine powerful strength focused floor exercises with splits on the hardest

Fergus Mainland

Boats not Bars is a prison indoor rowing program run by the charity Fulham Reach Boat Club. It uses the intervention of an indoor rowing programme as a medium for learning the skills and behaviours that have been shown to reduce the chances of someone reoffending after release from prison. With prisons at capacity, and statistics

Imogen Walsh