Return to rowing crew boat advice updated
Following feedback from the DCMS, British Rowing has published version five of our ‘return to rowing’ advice outlining a phased approach to the reintroduction of crew boat rowing
Having received feedback from the DCMS, British Rowing has updated our Return to Rowing guidance specifically in relation to crew boat rowing. The advice sets out a phased approach to the re-introduction of crew boats starting with coxless pairs and doubles before gradually moving up to eights and octuples.
The advice requires clubs to put in place a number of measures to ensure that the risk of transmission of the virus through crew boat rowing is reduced. These measures may take your club some time to put in place so please be patient with your club volunteers as they work to understand and implement the requirements. The timetable set out in the advice defines the earliest time that your club reintroduces the different types of crew boats but clubs may wish to take more time to ensure everything is in place. Clubs should also be conscious of any local conditions, for example ‘local lockdowns’, that may mean they need to adapt the advice accordingly.
Download the full guidance (changes are highlighted in yellow on page 9/10 and page 28/29) below: