Commonwealth Rowing Association Beach Sprint Championships

Swakopmund, Namibia, 2-4 December, 2022

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Introduction

Competing at a Commonwealth Event is a truly unique opportunity for both rowers and coaches wishing to represent their nation at the highest possible level. All home nations will be sending a team looking to perform with distinction at the Commonwealth Rowing Association Beach Sprints Championships to be hosted in Swakopmund, Namibia from 2-4 December, 2022.

This is a fantastic opportunity for English, Scottish and Welsh Rowers to represent their nation. The Beach Sprint format is ideal for agile and skilled scullers from either coastal or river rowing. Competitors start the race with one of the crew sprinting down the beach before jumping into their boat. They take off and slalom around two buoys before turning around a third at 250m. For the final stretch, they sprint back to the beach before the rower at bow bolts from the boat to sprint up the beach to the finish line.


England Team Selection

England Rowing

Four rowers will be selected to represent the England Team for the Commonwealth Rowing Association Beach Sprints Championships. Trials will take place at The National Trust, Knoll Beach, Studland on Saturday, 1 October.

We welcome and encourage entries from anyone who meets the eligibility requirements to represent England.

This information, as well as full details of the 2022 England Selection Policy for the Commonwealth Rowing Association Beach Sprints Championships, can be found using the link below.

England Rowing Commonwealth Rowing Association Beach Sprints Championships Selection Policy

Register for the England Rowing Commonwealth Trial

British Rowing is responsible for the selection of individuals and crews representing England. Teams for Scotland and Wales are selected by Scottish Rowing and Welsh Rowing respectively. Selection policies for these teams can be found as follows:

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