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British Rowing Masters Champs

The British Rowing Masters Championships is open to all club masters rowers and provides exciting, 1000m, side-by-side racing across six lanes. The competition includes events for a range of boat classes across all masters age categories.

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All competitors are reminded to please wear masks at all times around the site except when in your boat


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We are delighted to offer the following events across all masters age categories:

  • Single sculls – open, women
  • Pair – open, women
  • Double – open, women, mixed
  • Four – open, women
  • Quad – open, women, mixed
  • Coxed four – open, women, mixed
  • Eight – open, women, mixed

Frequently Asked Questions


Follow all the results from the racing via the link below.

2021 Results Live

Previous Winners

All those listed in the British Rowing Masters Championship or Scottish Championship previous winners list are ineligible for the non-championship events. See a list of previous winners here:

Getting to the Masters Champs

This year’s Masters Championships will be held at the National Water Sports Centre, Holme Pierrepont Country Park, Adbolton Ln, Holme Pierrepont, Nottingham NG12 2LU, UK.

Paid car parking will be available on site – please note, NWSC now has an ANPR system for parking at a charge of £5 per day. Payment is either contactless or by cash and those parking have until midnight to pay to avoid getting a ticket.

Trailer parking is available in the field on the other side of Adbolton Lane or in the Country Park.

All attendees at the 2021 Masters Champs are encouraged to follow the latest Government guidance related to transport when travelling to the competition.

Official Merchandise

Official British Rowing merchandise including a fantastic t-shirt featuring all competitors names will be available at the event. Visit our official merchandise stand on the patio lawn to check it all out.


We are seeking volunteers for a variety of roles at the Masters Champs – no rowing experience necessary! Click below to register your interest.

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Unfortunately at the current time, British Rowing guidance is that spectators should be discouraged from all rowing competitions. This may be reviewed subject to further guidance from the Government due to come into effect from 17 May.

Media & Photographers

Any members of the media, including photographers, who wish to attend the event must be accredited in advance by British Rowing. Accreditation closes five days in advance of the event starting.

To gain accreditation for the British Rowing Masters Championships, please contact

As an accredited member of the media you are expected to follow British Rowing Safeguarding & Protecting Children Guidance document W.G.5.1.

Please note that for safety and security reasons the use of drones is not permitted anywhere within the National Water Sports Centre.