Disability Rowing

Did you watch the Invictus Games and see the indoor rowing? Have you ever fancied trying rowing after seeing our athletes rowing at the Paralympics?

Hull Kingston Rowing Club with support from British Rowing was one of the first two adaptive rowing hubs within Yorkshire and the only which has a large focus on indoor rowing. If you are disabled and want to try rowing then get in touch! It doesn’t matter if you’re aged 11 through to 80+ or what your disability may be, you are always welcome.

If you fancy getting involved in helping out, even better! We are always looking for volunteers to help support the session and get more disabled people rowing.

We have an indoor rowing session for disabled people at the East Park boathouse. The new sessions start on Sunday 6 August from 9am to 10am. If you fancy coming down to try indoor rowing then get in touch on the details below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information on adaptive rowing visit https://www.britishrowing.org/go-rowing/learn-to-row/adaptive-rowing/

Have a look at some videos relating to adaptive indoor rowing:

 

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