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The Home International trial for 2022 has been rescheduled for next Saturday the 2nd of July between 12-3pm at the National Rowing Centre.

The trial was originally scheduled to be included in Cork Regatta but due to weather conditions this event was cancelled. The Team Managers coordinated with coaches around the country to come to a decision that a trial next weekend was the best option at this point.

The format for the trial will be published shortly, but will remain in small boats and the list of invited athletes is attached. No further applications will be accepted at this point.

If you are still available, please confirm your availability by email to events@rowingireland.ie no later than Tuesday 28th of June at 5pm.

Any athletes who are selected at the trial must be available to relocate for training camp before the Home International, and must be ready to travel for the Home International Regatta at London Docklands on July 22nd (Have a valid passport).

Athletes who are also invited to trial are:

David Ross Chu (Shandon)

Ciaran O Connell (Castleconnell)

Odhran Mc Grath (Shandon)

Fionn Mc Donnell (St Michael’s)

Senan Coleman (Lee)

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Please see the following notice from the championship organising committee regarding volunteers needed:

Launch Drivers

Duties – The crews are ready for The Champs but they can’t hit the water until our team of launch drivers are in place. To ensure safety, fair racing and marshalling we need experienced launch drivers who are happy to put themselves into this high-octane racing environment:

Shifts – There are morning and afternoon shifts available Sat July 09th 

Marshals

Duties – Marshals to control access to the gates into the compound/slip area – only rowers and coaches allowed within the rowing compound no spectators allowed.

Shifts -There are morning and afternoon shifts available Sat July 09th 

If you are available, please contact Michelle at champs-vm@rowingireland.ie

Michelle Mc Donagh (Volunteer Manager)

Please find the message below regarding some research being conducted by UCC Coach David Breen.

As part of my MSc Thesis titled ‘Specific Dietary Practices in Rowers and their association with Disordered Eating, I am looking for rowers aged between 15* and 30 years to complete a short survey. The survey is comprised of 3 parts:

1.       General information

2.       Dietary practices

3.       Disordered eating screen for athletes

The short survey will take roughly 10 minutes to complete, and all information provided by participants in this research project will be strictly confidential.

This research aims to further our knowledge of the dietary practices of rowers and investigate if there is an association between dietary adherence and disordered eating. It also aims to investigate the prevalence of disordered eating in rowers.

I would greatly appreciate any competitive rowers filling out my survey as well as sharing it amongst your own training circles. The survey can be found at the below link:

HERE

Any questions or concerns about this research can be directed to G0039012@atu.ie

*Any individuals who are under 18 will be required to gain parental consent before completing the survey.

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A reminder to athletes and coaches that entries close this evening for Cork Regatta where the Home International Trial events will take place. Athletes listed below who have submitted a 2k, as well as pre selected athletes listed below must enter in either the Division 1 1x or Division 1 2- for scullers and sweep rowers respectively.

Pre selected athletes who need to ensure they have their Cork Regatta entry complete:

  1. David Ross Chu (Shandon
  2. Ciaran O Connell (Castleconnell
  3. Odrhan McGrath (Shandon
  4. Fionn McDonnell (St Michael’s)
  5. Senan Coleman (Lee

Athletes who have submitted a 2k and also need to ensure they have their Cork Regatta entry complete: See attached document

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