Mind Games – Olympian Annie Vernon Talks Sport Psychology

Olympic silver medalist Annie Vernon talks about her book Mind Games – a fascinating window into the psyche of elite

Never Too Old For Indoor Rowing

38 competitors over the age of eighty (80) entered the ‘World Rowing Indoor Sprints’ hosted in March 2019. Indoor rowing

Olympic Rower Vicky Thornley on Training Smart

In the 2018 season, Vicky Thornley suffered from overtraining syndrome (OTS), which prevented her from racing at the World Rowing Championships. The Olympic

The Three Rs-Rest, Refueling and Recovery for Rowers

Former GB Rowing Team physiologist Craig Williams provides advice on how you can reap more rewards from your training sessions. Read on…

Should your Diet change as you get Older?

Jacqueline Birtwisle advises on nutrition for older rowers Marcus Bevan rows with Maidenhead Rowing Club’s veterans. He has turned 60

Mizuno British Rowing Indoor Championships 2018 – The Largest Indoor Rowing Competition in the World

Saturday, 8 December saw over 2,000 competitors take part in the 2018 Mizuno British Rowing Indoor Championships. With 120 races

How to Fuel for an Indoor Rowing Race

Rowing & Regatta nutritionist Jacqueline Birtwisle shares her tips on how to fuel in the lead up to and on

Olympic Silver Medallist Vicky Thornley Talks Cross Training Benefits for Rowers

Vicky Thornley talks about two of her go-to cross training activities, as part of her exclusive holistic health series in

Ellie Piggott’s 2,000m Race Plan

GB rower Ellie Piggott delves into how she prepares for a 2,000m race from tapering to staying focused and everything

Sarah Gibbs: High Rate Training Before British Rowing Indoor Championships (BRIC)

“A good 2km stroke rate would be over 30, mine is around 32-33 and to be able to pull that