British Rowing’s Return to Rowing guidance has been updated to version 6.1. This provides clarification on a number of areas identified via feedback including:
• The process for competitions (Affiliated Competitions & Private Matches) to demonstrate they are COVID- Secure
• Group sizes
• Changing room use
• Spectators at competitions
Further detail, including specific contacts and a link to the document itself are on the BR website and the Eastern region one here easternregionrowing.org.uk/2020/05/26/latest-covid19-news/
British Rowing is supporting UK Coaching Week’s campaign ‘Support Your Coach’ and Vicky Parry has written an article for BR Plus about creating a positive environment. You can access this from the news section of the Eastern Region website.
The Region is very grateful to all the coaches who have worked so hard to sustain rowers, clubs and the sport through the current situation
Following the latest changes to Government Guidance with regard to Covid 19 the British Rowing Covid 19 group met this morning and have confirmed and updated the statement released at the end of last week.
The headline is that “Organised sport, including rowing, is exempt from the new limitations on group sizes, however, clubs should remain vigilant and consider how the new rules may affect other parts of their activities"
The full statement is available from the British Rowing website and is also available here easternregionrowing.org.uk/2020/05/26/latest-covid19-news/
The Sport and Recreation Alliance is running a virtual learning event hosted by Sport Birmingham which is open to all clubs and organisations.
“Sport Birmingham would like to invite sports organisations, local sports clubs and community groups to join us for Part 3 of our Virtual Learning & Networking event series: ‘Planning for the future: building a successful & resilient community organisation’.
The event will offer the opportunity to discuss some of the ‘big issues’ raised by sports clubs and community groups when planning for the future, such as how to be financially resilient despite diminishing local resources and capacity."
For more details and links to registration please see our page here
Time to Listen is an important course for Club Welfare Officers.
A virtual classroom version is now available through Living Sport, the Active Partnership for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
The course is interactive and is an opportunity to share experiences with Club Welfare Officers from other sports.
The course is delivered in 2 sessions and is available in September, October and November.
The tutor is Vicky Parry who is Chair of British Rowing National Coaching Committee.
For further details and registration please visit the Living Sport website here:
British Rowing has issued Version 6 of the Return to Rowing Guidance.
DCMS have now approved the proposals for a return to competition submitted by British Rowing and this issue includes a timetable, and extensive and detailed advice for both competition organisers and attending clubs.
This version also includes advice for Clubs seeking to run virtual General meetings, schools wishing to run indoor rowing competitions, opt-ins and record keeping.
This is available from the British Rowing website or downloaded from the Eastern Region website here: easternregionrowing.org.uk/2020/05/26/latest-covid19-news/
British Rowing is reviewing the format of this year’s Mizuno BRIC and is considering a number of options to ensure that this year’s BRIC can be as accessible, enjoyable and inspiring as in previous years - whilst complying fully with government regulations – athletes are encouraged to hold the date of 5th December 2020
Full statement in the news section of the Eastern Region website easternregionrowing.org.uk/ Where you will also find a link to the BR survey seeking views on formats.
British Rowing has revised ithe Return to Rowing Advice to version 5.2. There are three updates:
• An update to the current phase description to reflect the move to Phase E
• Enhanced advice for coxes
• Addition of notes about fixed seat rowing
You can access the latest version from the British Rowing website or from the Eastern Region site here: easternregionrowing.org.uk/2020/05/26/latest-covid19-news/
Coaching opportunity at Broxbourne RC and the latest update from British Rowing with regard to competition - details in the news section of the Eastern Region website
British Rowing are looking for a Lead Coach to the Womens Development Programme in the East.
UK Coaching Awards nominations are now open (different form BR Awards)
For further details please see the news section of the Eastern Region website here
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