*** Learn to Row ***

Applications are now open for ASRA's Learn to Row Summer programme


 Application Form 


News and Results

Aberdeen Head of the River 2023

On the 5th of February ASRA took part in Aberdeen 8s Head of the River at their home venue on the River Dee. Athletes got the chance to race in eights and octuples over the weekend and once again dominated the results table in both divisions. In Division 1 ASRA won all available medals in the division with our Mens R2 Eight and Womens Open Eight both winning their events over their counterparts racing from University Rowing Aberdeen as well as our Womens Novice Eight winning their event against competitors from Aberdeen Boat Club. Special mention goes to the girls J15 Octuple who raced really well despite having no competition to race against. In Division 2 the J18 girls once again won their event against the rowers from University Rowing Aberdeen while the boys won Mens Novice Eights against ABC and the boys J15 Octuple won their event against the girls J15 Octo, also from ASRA. Full list of winners below:

Division 1

  • OR28+: Harris Pe, Magnus H, Murray B, Sam D, Henrik G, Callum S, John F, Rory T, Cox: Samuel C
  • WO8+: Freya H, Penny I, Maggie S, Tamara B, Sophie S, Anna D, Charlotte A, Ella B, Cox: Lily
  • WNov8+: Gabrielle T, Jem A, Sophie J, Emily J, Georgia L, Abbie P, Thea A, Marie G, Cox: Harris Pe

Division 2

  • WR2 8+: Freya H, Penny I, Maggie S, Tamara B, Sophie S, Ella B, Ella J, Isla P, cox: Lily A
  • OJ15 8x+: Iain P, Luke M, Luke R, Gavin P, Sandy B, Peter T, Eric R, Harris Pa, cox: Harris Pe
  • ONov 8+: Callum S, John F, Finlay M, Hugo L, Rory T, Cailean M, Logan K, Nic D, cox: Charlotte A
Inverness 8s and Small Boats HORR 2023
Inverness Fours and Small Boats Head of the River

By accepting you will be accessing a service provided by a third-party external to