Adaptive Rowing by British Rowing

Adaptive Rowing is for people with disabilities who participate in the sport of rowing.

Adaptive Rowing is about removing barriers to participation in the sport for anyone who has an impairment or disability. 

Within Adaptive Rowing there are two main streams.

  1. Para-Rowers –rowers who have successfully been through the classification process and have been assigned a Sport Class. These rowers are eligible to compete at all levels including the corresponding Rowability grouping and PR3, PR2, PR1 events up to and including the Paralympic Games.
  2. Adaptive Rowers – rowers who have been through the classification process and have been confirmed as meeting a minimal disability, but are not eligible for para-rowing. These rowers will have been assigned a boat grouping and are eligible to compete in all British Rowing competitions up to but not including the British Rowing Championships.

You can find out more about getting started by contacting British Rowing by email.

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Adaptive Rowing by British Rowing

6 Lower Mall, Hammersmith, London
W6 9DJ
United Kingdom

Opening times

9am - 5pm Monday - Friday



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Nearest bus

Hammersmith Bridge

Nearest rail or tube

Hammersmith Tube Station

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