What is Para Rowing?

Adaptive rowing is rowing or sculling for rowers with a disability who meet the criteria set out in the adaptive rowing classification regulations. Adaptive implies that the equipment is “adapted” to the user to practice the sport, rather than the sport being “adapted” to the user.  Para rowing classifications include single, double and a crew of four. The classifications for para rowing are: legs, trunk and arms (PR1), trunks and arms (PR2), and arms and shoulders (PR3). 

Learn more about para rowing on the Paralympic Canada website. 

Nova Scotia para rowing athlete winning a World's gold medal with his crew
Antigonish Rowing Club

Recreational & Competitive
Can Accommodate PR3 Athletes
Antigonish Rowing Club, Row NS
1555 Nova Scotia Trunk 7, Antigonish, NS B2G 2L3
https://www.facebook.com/Antigonish-Rowing-Club-291850824163375/
[email protected]

Dartmouth - Mic Mac AAC

Recreational & Competitive
Can Accommodate PR3 Athletes
Mic Mac AAC, Row NS
192 Prince Albert Road, Dartmouth, NS B2Y 1M8
http://www.micmacaac.com/?page_id=2430
[email protected]
902-464-9480

Dartmouth - North Star Rowing Club

Recreational & Competitive
Can Accommodate All Classifications
North Star Rowing Club, Row NS
24 Boathouse Ln, Dartmouth, NS B3A 3R3
https://www.northstarrowing.ca/rowing-programs/
[email protected]

For more information please contact;
Jenna Pelham-Todd
w. http://www.rowns.ca/
e. [email protected]
t. 902-877-8025