The Scottish Indoor Rowing Championships were held on Saturday 29th October, Bellahouston, Glasgow. The championships are an annual event that attracts competitors from rowing and non-rowing backgrounds from across the UK and Europe.
The rowing championships offers inclusive competition opportunities for para rowers who also compete within the mainstream championships.
Individual competitors raced in the male and female adapted 1kilometre event in the quickest possible time. It provides a stage for indoor rowing enthusiasts to test themselves on a national level and assess their own performance and progress.
Pictured above with John Blair from Scottish Rowing are members of the Phoenix Rowing Club who competed at the event, some for the first time, some to beat their Personal Best and row for selection for Scottish Squads and Invictus Games 2017.
If you or anyone you know has a disability and would like to get involved in rowing telephone Scottish Disability Sport or alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Results listed below for the male and female adapted 1km event.
Race 23 – M & W Adaptive 1k
Stuart Bowler – Scottish Rowing Centre – M Adapt LTA 1k: 03:52.6, 1000, 01:56.3
James Hamilton – Help4Heroes – M Adapt AS 1k: 04:29.9, 1000, 02:14.9
Mark Telford – Redneck Racing: 04:47.1, 1000, 02:23.5
Dave Rhoney – Help4Heroes – M Adapt AS 1k: 05:21.7, 1000, 02:40.9
Pauline Gallagher – Greenock Crossfit – W Adapt LTA 1k: 05:06.7, 1000, 02:33.3
Sarah Baillie – – W Adapt AS 1k: 05:42.6, 1000, 02:51.3
Joanna Martin – Help4Heroes – W Adapt AS 1k: 06:45.7, 1000, 03:22.8
Scottish Rowing’s video of the event can be seen here.