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City Of Oxford Rowing Club

City Of Oxford Squads

EVERYONE HAS A PLACE IN THE TEAM

The City of Oxford Rowing Club has a range of squads which offer the chance to participate in rowing as part of a team. Find out more about the squads below and decide which journey you will take!

Men's Senior Squad

These squads participate at the highest club level, competing at major national and international events, aiming for a high placing at Head of the River.

The Senior Squad aim to multi-lane and other prestigious regattas, and be a competitive force at Henley Royal Regatta.

Women's Senior Squad

These squads participate at the highest club level, competing at major national and international events, aiming for a high placing at Head of the River.

The Senior Squad aim to win multi-lane and other prestigious regattas, and be a competitive force at Henley Women's Regatta.

Women's / Men's Competition Squad 

The Competition Squads are for rowers aiming to compete and win at regattas other than Henley. Competition Squad members train at a slightly lower intensity and frequency compared to the Senior Squads and so offer competitive rowing to those whose work and/or family commitments don’t allow for the level of training expected at senior level.

Competition Squad members who wish to do so can qualify for Senior Squad membership during the season, provided they can meet the relevant standard and fitness level.  

Development Squad

Members who successfully complete the 6 week adult beginners course, as well as those who participated in the Corporate Eights Challenge will often stay on with the club and join our squad.

The Development Squad aims to provide a learning environment for those new to rowing, enabling them to move up to the Competition Squads or even the Senior Squads 

Junior Squad

The City of Oxford Rowing Club has a thriving and successful Junior squad. Our coaches are volunteers who are inspired by seeing juniors develop in the sport. 

The Junior Squad aim to win multi-lane and other prestigious regattas, and be a competitive force at national events.  

If you would like to know more about joining CORC please contact the Junior Coordinator  

Adaptive  

Adaptive  

Adaptive rowing is rowing for people with a disability and is about removing barriers to participation in the sport for anyone who has a physical, sensory or learning impairment.

We currently run a weekly session on a Sunday morning from 10am to 1pm. Please contact the Squad Coach for more information