Ross ladies welcome all comers including complete beginners, people returning to the sport after several years away, experienced rowers keen to compete, and recreational rowers wishing to enjoy the pleasure of rowing without the pressure of competition. In addition many friendships are forged and rowing sessions are extended by the chat over hot drinks or at the bar.
Women of all ages and stages of rowing can get involved. If you are a complete beginner, or have a son or daughter, already involved in the sport and want to take part as well, we suggest you try a taster session. If that goes well then sign up for a “ Learn to Row “ course – further details can be found on the Learn To Row page.
Our members have a wide range of rowing experience from novice to elite. The Senior Women range from 18-35yrs whilst the Masters Women’s rowing section caters for the more senior veteran women from 36 years up to all ages.
Masters rowing has experienced a rapid growth over the past decade and the club can boast victories at all levels from Novice to National competitions.
We are lucky to have the support of dedicated coaches from those specialising in complete beginners through to those building the performance of our most competitive crews.
Ladies have sessions on the water every Saturday and Sunday throughout the year. During the Spring/Summer months, Tuesday and Thursday evenings are on the water as well. If you want to row during the weekday, there is always a group that gets together between 9:30-10 and all are welcome.
For more info about women’s rowing contact Annie Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org