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Official Announcement #2

The Organising Committee has reviewed the forecasted weather conditions for the weekend.

It is planned that racing on Saturday and Sunday will take place as programmed.

Crews should race for their best times in the time trial or subsequent rounds in case it is necessary to amend the racing programme due to poor conditions. 

A further announcement will be made at the Coaches’ Meeting at 07:00 on Saturday, 15th July 2017.

Published at 21:35 on Friday, 14th July 2017

Updated Race Timetable (Provisional) for Friday

The Race Timetable (Provisional) has been updated for Friday side-by-side races and is available on the Draw page.

Published at 13:15 on 14th July 2017


Omnium Skills Published

The skills to be tested for J14 1x and 2x on Friday are now published on the Competitor Instructions page.

Published 14th July 2017


Updated Indicative Timetable for the 2017 British Rowing Junior Championships

Following a record entry, the indicative timetable provided in the Notice of Regatta has been revised to take account of extended racing hours.  The Organising Committee has released this information in advance of publishing the full Race Timetable so that competitors can adjust their travel and accommodation plans if necessary.  This is available on the Draw page of this website.

Published 4th July 2017


Entries open to 2017 British Rowing Junior Championships

Entries have now opened to the 2017 British Rowing Junior Championships, presented by Visit Sarasota County at the National Water Sports Centre, Nottingham

The British Rowing Junior Championships, presented by Visit Sarasota County takes place from Friday, 14 July to Sunday, 16 July. It is open to all junior rowers at a club level, from J14 through to J18. The Junior Championships give rowers the opportunity to test themselves against their peers, taking their participation to another level.

On Friday, J14s will compete in an omnium event which tests a range of skills followed by J14 quadruple sculls races over 1,000m. On Saturday and Sunday, J15, J16 and J18 will be racing over 2,000m as crews battle it out to be crowned national champion.

Entries are now open and will close at 12 noon on Monday, 3 July. All entries must be made through the British Rowing Online Entry System 2 (BROE2). If you have any queries regarding entries or the entries process, or if you are having difficulties with the BROE2 system, please email

For more information visit our #BRJC17 championships page.

Published 1st June 2017


British Rowing Junior Championships returns to Nottingham this July

Nottingham’s National Water Sports Centre will host the British Rowing Junior Championships, presented by Visit Sarasota County, this July


The British Rowing Junior Championships, presented by Visit Sarasota County, will return to the National Water Sports Centre, Holme Pierrepont from Friday, 14 to Sunday, 16 July.

The 2016 Junior Championship event was a huge success, with a record number of crews taking to the water to compete for the honours, with Henley Rowing Club taking the overall Victor Ludorum for the best performing club.

For the first time, J14s took part in a special omnium of events which saw junior rowers tested across 10 different skills, from standing rigger dips to backing down, which made for some exciting competition.

Following a positive response, and having listened to feedback from competitors, coaches, parents, volunteers and spectators at the 2016 event, the J14 omnium will return to the Junior Championships on Friday, 14 July 2017.  The menu of skills and manoeuvrability exercises remains the same in 2017, but fewer skills will be tested on the day. In response to feedback, the J14 coxed squad sculls will also be raced on the Friday, over 1,000 m, with no J14 scratch squads in 2017. Any sculler wishing to race in J14 quads must have competed in the omnium in either a single or a double.

J15, J16 and J18 crews will, once again, race over 2,000 m on the Saturday and Sunday in a combination of time trials and side-by-side racing, with all finals due to be held on Sunday.

To assist coaches with their training schedules and planning, the Notice of Regatta will be published in mid-March with entries due to open in early June.

Follow British Rowing on social media to be the first to hear when the Notice of Regatta has been published and when entries open.


Published 28th February 2017.