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Notice of 2018 AGM

I hereby confirm that the Annual General Meeting of the Irish Amateur Rowing Union will be held on Sunday April 22nd at 12:00pm in Garda Boat Club, Islandbridge, Dublin.

Relevant reports will be issued to club secretaries in due course.

In accordance with the Constitution of the IARU the following …

Senior HP Trials February 2018

The list of invited athletes and schedule for this weekend’s Senior High Performance trials is available below.

Please note that some variations to the attached list may be done by Friday 23rd Feb.

The Rowing Ireland NRC HP Team are continually monitoring the weather forecast for the weekend and sufficient …

Rugby-star-turned-rowing reflects on Atlantic crossing

After nine weeks in a tortuous battle against the harshest elements, totally dependent on his meticulous preparation and his own wits, solo Atlantic rower Damian Browne has discovered the most important lesson in life: Never give up. The second one is how incredible a cheese burger can taste after … …

Rowing Ireland CEO Vacancy

Chief Executive Officer Vacancy

Rowing Ireland is the national governing body for the sport of rowing in Ireland and Northern Ireland. The organisation’s role is to lead and encourage interest and participation in competitive and recreational river, coastal and offshore rowing for people of all ages and abilities, and to …

Workshops with Olympic Coach Laryssa Biesenthal

Rowing Ireland is pleased to announce a Women in Coaching/Women in Sport workshop series with Olympic coach Laryssa Biesenthal at the following venues:

Thursday 22nd March Dublin 7pm (venue tbc) Friday 23rd March Coleraine 7pm (venue tbc) Saturday 24th March Belfast 10am (venue tbc) Sunday 25th March Cork, 3pm  (NRC)…

Newry Canal "Best 5K to be found" - Trinity Chief Rowing Coach

As David Butler, Admiral, Trinity Rowing commented “We were meant to have a race this weekend in Carrick on Shannon but it was cancelled due to winds and we looked in Blessington, Enniskillen, we looked everywhere around Ireland just to get a training session in, a good competitive session where …

Moscow memories remain fresh and vivid for Frances

Frances kept rowing for another two years before calling it a day, admitting that the disappointment of 1984 was a factor in the decision – “1985, 86, I went back to the Worlds and again I was hitting eighth or ninth and the Rowing crowd wouldn’t let you go unless …