Scottish Rowing

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Scottish Rowing
formerly SARA
Scottish rowing logo.jpg
Sport Rowing
Affiliation International Federation of Rowing Associations
President Mike Morrice
Official website
www.scottish-rowing.org.uk
Scotland

Scottish Rowing (SR), formerly the Scottish Amateur Rowing Association, is the governing body for the sport of rowing in Scotland. It is responsible for promoting the sport in Scotland and also for selecting crews to send to the Home International Regatta and the Commonwealth Rowing Championships.

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Scottish Rowing High Performance Group[edit]

Reporting directly to the Board of Directors, the Scottish Rowing High Performance Group meets a minimum of 4 times per year to provide strategic direction to the organisation in respect of all matters to do with performance rowing and long term athlete development.[1]

Currently the group consists of the following members:

  • Scottish Rowing President - Mike Morrice
  • Scottish Rowing High Performance Co-Ordinator - Lee Boucher (Chair)
  • Scottish Rowing Team Manager - Graeme Cunningham
  • Scottish Rowing Junior Co-Ordinator - John Higson
  • Aberdeen Head of Performance Rowing - Michael Hughes
  • Edinburgh Head of Performance Rowing - Colin Williamson
  • Glasgow Head of Performance Rowing - Andy Barton
  • Performance consultant - Jonny Logan
  • sportscotland institute of sport - Catriona Semple
  • sportscotland - Gemma Fay
  • GB Rowing Team - Peter Sheppard

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