Swedish Rowing Federation is going new ways to get in contact with their rowers and other interested parties. Now it is possible to listen to ‘Rodd Podden‘ their new Podcast serie which can be found on Spotify. Interested? Then learn more here
All Master Rowers: now is it time to start preparing for the 2023 European Master Games which will take place in Tampere, Finland from June 29 to July 2, 2023. This is a great opportunity to meet and compete with other international rowing peers and other master athletes representing more than 30 sports disciplines. For more information visit the official website
While big parts of continental Europe had record high temperature, low temperature and heavy day rain Saturday and strong headwind Sunday was not the most optimal conditions for a summer regatta. However, all participating rowing teams conquered the elements smoothly and the 2022 Open Nordic Rowing Championship in Tampere Finland became a successful regatta. A big complement to the Finnish Organizers for setting the frame for fairness and inter-nordic friendship between the rowers.
The Nordic Cup which is an ongoing competition among the Nordic Federations was this time won by Denmark with Norway as runners up followed by Sweden and Finland.
View photos from the regatta here
Nordic Rowing Federation together with Swedish Rowing Federation and Helsingborg Rowing Club invites all coastal rowers to participate in the 2nd Open Nordic Coastal Rowing Championship.
The regatta will take place August 6-7, 2022 in Helsingborg in Sweden.
For more information about the Regatta and how to enter your registrations read here https://nordicrowing.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/2022-Nordic-Rowing-Coastal-Invitation.pdf
For more information please contact the organizer Helsingborg Rowing Club or the Swedish Rowing Federation
We look forward to see all coastal rowers participating in Helsingborg.
Remember to sign up for the Tampere International Regatta and the Open Nordic Rowing Championship which will take place in Tampere, Finland June 18-19, 2022. The Open Nordic Rowing Championship is open both for Junior and Senior rowers.
Now also to be found on World Rowing: https://worldrowing.com/event/2022-open-nordic-rowing-championships-and-61st-tampere-international-regatta
Click this URL to learn more about Tampere: https://new.visitfinland.com/en/articles/tampere-sauna-capital-of-the-world/
Now your dream can become true. Why not becoming a Nordic Rowing Umpire? The umpiring subcommittee under Nordic Rowing Federation will be hosting an internordic umpiring seminar which will take place November 12-13, 2022.
For more information please contact your local national rowing federation.
Baltic Cup 2022 will take place September, 17-18, 2022 at Lake Brabrand in Aarhus, Denmark. More to follow later.
Want to know more about Aarhus then click this link https://www.visitdenmark.com/denmark/destinations/aarhus-region/aarhus
Nordic Rowing Federation express our full solidarity with the Ukrainian people and along with World Rowing and all of the Nordic Rowing member federations, Denmark, Finland, Faroe Island, Norway and Sweden we strongly condemn the tragic situation with the Russian and Belarus military invasion of Ukraine.
Accordingly, Nordic Rowing Federation confirms that participation of Russian and Belarus rowers and rowing teams with immediate effect will not be allowed participation in any event scheduled by the Nordic Rowing Federation.
President Secretary General
Torben Thyrén Leif Egholm
Faroe Island rowers were succesful at the recent World Rowing Virtual Indoor Championships.
Gold medals to Sarita Kristina Hansen in Women Lightweight 500m and 2K in Master Category 30-39 and Guriardottir Hansen in Women U23 500M. Mattias Durhuus won bronze in Men U19 category.
Congratulation to all of you.
The Finnish rower Joel Naukkarinen won a bronze medal in the mens open 2000 meter class at the World Rowing Indoor Championship which took place from 25-26 February 2022.
The open men’s 2000m was one of the highlight events and the race saw last year’s indoor
champion Ward Lemmelijn of Belgium come out on top again. Lemmelijn trailed Russia’s
Alexander Vyazovkin for the majority of the race, and in an epic sprint to the line overtook
him just before the finish, to the delight of his supporters in Belgium. He fell just short of the
magic sub 5:40 mark when he finished in a time of 5:41.7, ahead of Vyazovkin with Joel
Naukkarinen of Finland in third. Congratulation to Joel Naukkarinen.