The only Rowing Club in town! We row Celtic Longboats and Coastal Sculling as part of the Welsh Sea Rowing Leagues and take part in events such as the Celtic Challenge and the Great River Race.
Welcome to Aberystwyth Student Sea Rowing Club - a sub-section of the Aberystwyth Town Rowing Club and an Aberystwyth University affiliated club. We cater for all levels of experience - even if you have never been on a boat before!
Sea rowing is one of the biggest up and coming types of rowing, with new opportuinities in 2019 for coastal sculling sessions, lead by the Welsh coastal squad. Be part of this uprise!
Our student sessions take place on a Wednesday and on a Saturday (tide and weather dependant). These provide you with the perfect opportunity to embrace the beauty of Aberystwyth by viewing it from out at sea or even by casually rowing up the Ystwyth and Rheidol rivers.
What we have to offer you...
We like to develop the competitiveness of our members - whether you really want to get stuck into Varsity, fitness and other races throughout the year, or whether you just want to come down to our sessions and relieve that uni stress! As our members progress, they will have plenty of opportunities to take part in the rowing sessions provided by the town club (these sessions include men's, women's and mixed) as well.
As well as coming along to our sessions, we also hold some unmissable socials on a Wednesday night! This is an exciting opportunity to meet friends and enjoy a themed event or a casual get together where everybody is welcome.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the President or Captain:
President - Ewan Smout
Captain - James Nixon
Vice President - Ffiôn Jones
Vice Captain - Max Entwistle
Vice Captain - Maddie Fletcher
Treasurer - Abi Trevis
Secretary - Elizabeth Yelland
Social Secretary - Zanda Bayfield
Welsh Officer - Tayler Walters
(alternatively you can email us: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Please follow us on our social media and we look forward to welcoming you to the club!
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