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Welcome to Strathclyde Park Rowing Club.

We are the club for you, whether you are a complete beginner to rowing or an aspiring champion.

We have around fifty members of all ages and abilities and we have access to the best facilities in Scotland.  These include 8 2km racing lanes on the purpose built course, the only indoor rowing tank in Scotland and a fleet of over 25 boats from training singles to international standard racing sculls.

We train on Saturday and Sunday mornings from 10.30am until 12.00 noon all year round with more experienced club members getting on the water from 8.00am.  In the summer we also train midweek on a Tuesday and Thursday from 6.00pm until 8.00pm.  Outwith British Summer Time we swap the water for indoor sessions.

We have a team of coaches for all levels of expertise and we work closely with staff in the Boathouse Gym to get the best out of our training.

As well as training, we are a socialable club and organise a number of events throughout the year including post event dinners, scratch regattas at Christmas and Easter and our legendary annual awards ceremony dinner (and dance!).

If you want to find out more about our club, the facilities or the coaches, please explore our website or contact us here.

We look forward to seeing you at the Park!

Ailie Ord
President

Thank you

We would like to thank the following organisations for their kind financial support for the club.

Hamilton Sports Council
Motherwell Sports Council
RMT Images
Bothwell Golf Academy 

Latest News

Scottish Schools Sculling Head

History was made in early September with the introduction of this new event held on the Forth and Clyde canal at Auchenstarry. A number of our Juniors took part with some of them racing for their schools and some the club.

Hamilton Grammar School recorded its first ever crew boat win when Jennifer Ord and Rosie Payne sculled strongly in the Schoolgirls under 16 event. The girls were joined by Cara McSherry and Emily Weir in the under 16 quad event in division 2 to win a second set of pennants.

Well done to all who took part and performed well! It was a challenge after so little water time over the summer months and a reward for the Sunday trips to Castle Semple.

Veteran Fours Head

The Scotland Rowing Team produced its best ever performance at the 2014 Home International Regatta in Cork, Ireland, winning gold medals in a record 17 events as well as taking the senior men’s and women’s matches and the overall team event. On the 2nd of November, Ailie Ord and Gillian Connal travelled to London to take part in the Veteran Fours Head. This event featured approximately 200 crews from Vet A-G and comprised of coxed/coxless fours and quads. Ailie and Gillian joined up with fellow Scots Sally Pollok-Morris (Reading) and Claire Halley (Marlow)in a Vet B Quad. The crew rowed strongly overtaking the majority of women's crews in front of them. This was a great sign which resulted in the crew not only winning WVetB 4x but also being the fastest women's crew of the day, coming 21st overall.

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