Belfast Rowing Club
The home of rowing in Belfast, with over 100 active members training on the sheltered waters of the River Lagan; competing across Ireland, the United Kingdom and abroad
Rowing The Lagan Since 1842
Tracing its history back to 1842, Belfast Rowing Club is one of Ireland’s largest open clubs with over 100 members. From its current location at Hay Island in South Belfast, the club has trained Irish National Champions, Henley winners and World Cup medalists.
Belfast Rowing Club is always interested to hear from experienced rowers. We also hold adult beginner “Learn To Row” events to fit, healthy people interested in starting a new sport.
- COVID-19 Restrictions – 29/10/2020In line with the latest advice issued by SportNI and Rowing Ireland Ulster Branch today, the club will cease all crew boat activities until further notice. Single sculls and crew boats within households are still permitted, as is indoor training on an individual basis only. Only one person (plus a coach, where appropriate) will beContinue reading “COVID-19 Restrictions – 29/10/2020”
- Covid-19 Restrictions – Indoor TrainingI’m happy to report that the latest advice has been posted by Rowing Ireland we are now permitted to resume indoor training. We are required to limit numbers due to the size of our hall so no more than two people will be permitted at any given time (though more are permitted if they are all from the sameContinue reading “Covid-19 Restrictions – Indoor Training”
- Rowing Ireland’s Women In Coaching Spotlight – Gillian McCaughtryOur very own Gillian McCaughtry spoke to Rowing Ireland about her experiences as a woman in coaching and her history in the sport, as well as sharing her advice for anyone thinking about getting involved in coaching. You can read the full interview on the Rowing Ireland website!https://www.rowingireland.ie/women-in-coaching-spotlight-gillian-mccaughtry/
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