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Es geht hoch her in und vor dem Bootshaus des Regensburger Ruder-Klubs, wo die Aberdeen School Rowing Association (ASRA) ihr jährliches Trainingslager absolviert.

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Über 20 Boote aller Bootsklassen und ein Motorboot haben die schottischen Gäste mitgebracht

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Im fliegenden Wechsel landen und starten die Boote

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Stolz präsentieren sich diese Ruderinnen nach guten Trainingsergebnissen zum Gruppenfoto

National Schools Regatta 2021

Zoe Beeson and Maisie Aspinall racing in the NSR 2021 Ch 2- G A Final at Dorney Lake - winning the Leander Cup

 

Zoe Beeson and Maisie Aspinall leaving the pontoon after winning the Leander Cup

 

 Zoe and Maisie receiving their gold medals and collecting the Leander Cup after winning their CH 2- G race 

 

J16 8+ girls setting off for their B Final race

 

J16 8+ girls putting in a fantastic effort to take second place

Links to the RRK Regensburger Ruder-Klub website and Facebook pages featuring ASRA:

Eröffnung der Rudersaison 2019 mit 40 Ruderinnen und Ruderern aus Schottland

Gelebte Partnerschaft: Schottische Woche beim RRK

Anrudern mit und Abschied von unseren schottischen Freunden

Aberdeen Schools Rowing Association gets acquainted with the sister city

 

 

The local television reported on "Anrudern" for about three minutes. The video can be viewed by clicking the link:

https://www.tvaktuell.com/mediathek/video/das-kneitinger-sportstudio-vom-15-april-2019/

The rowing part begins at 3.40 minutes into the video.

 

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Anrudern RS 18 April 2019

 

 

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ASRA Holiday Learn to Row Program - Summer 2024

We invite applications for the following Learn to Row course from young people who are in Secondary education.

  • LTR 1: 8th to 12th July Mon – Fri: 13:00 – 17:00 Applications close Friday 21st June
  • LTR 2: 15th to 19th Jul Mon – Fri: 09:00 – 13:00 Applications close Friday 28th June
  • LTR 3: 5th – 9th Aug Mon – Fri: 13:00 – 17:00 Applications close Friday 19th July
  • LTR 4: 12th – 16th Aug Mon – Fri: 08:00 – 12:00 Applications close Friday 26th July

This LTR week cost £60 per person, but are heavily subsidised by ASRA and there is an expectation that if your son / daughter wishes to continue rowing after the LTR week, then this will be done with ASRA.

The ASRA boathouse is situated on South Esplanade West, Torry.

Your child will need a snack and a water bottle each day. As rowing is a demanding sport it is important to keep energy levels topped up and to remain hydrated throughout. You will need basic outdoor PE kit to take part. It is important to pack enough kit for two separate outdoor sessions a day and a light waterproof in the event of rain. A change of socks is important as they can get wet whilst getting in and out of the boats. Obviously, the weather can be very varied, so please pack accordingly.

Noted below is an outline of the programme for the week.
 
Monday:
Land Based – Technique on rowing machines
Water Session – Introduction to rowing
 
Tuesday:
Water session – Re-cap on yesterday & Further technique work
 
Wednesday:
Water session – Rowing games & Explore the River Dee
 
Thursday:
Water session – Manoeuvring skills
 
Friday:
Outing – Mini Regatta Finish up

The coaches involved are qualified Scottish Rowing Coaches who are insured and fully disclosed. Application forms may be downloaded from our website. Places are however limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

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