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Outing Booking

Please see the following short video (click the link if the video below doesn’t work or you can’t get it to show in full screen mode):

Key Points:-
(0:07) Select “Week” to make it easier to select time of your outing
(0:10) Drag to select your 2 hour slot
(0:16) It is essential you select “Outings” otherwise other people will not see your booking
(0:25) Check boxes – adjust time if necessary
(0:30) Enter your boat and name in the box
If you want to make changes
(1:05) Drag to new day/time
(1:14) Double click for if you want to adjust by typing
(1:35) Change duration by dragging bottom boundary
(1:44) Delete outing

Outings can be booked either by clicking on “Booking” above or clicking here

All members must abide by the guidance document issued by Robert: IRC COVID-19 Phase 2 guidelines

Wobble Cam

Some pics and video from Steve B as he says

“Here’s a couple of still shots and short clip from ‘wobble cam’ taken during one of our medium rating high pressure pieces. You can see that if I can mount the camera so it doesn’t wobble this will be a good angle for coaching analysis…”

We also have a couple of clips from Jude taken from a more traditional angle:

Marshalling Documents

Can everyone who is down for marshalling this weekend please read the following information?  Please email of you have any questions.

Word documents: (First a document that contains all the information and then a sub-set; one for each colour group)



Powerpoint documents (also available on the events site):

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Lower resolution

AGM: 14th April

The club will hold its AGM on 14th April at 11am – see attached agenda.  Venue will be advised later.
The minutes from last year’s meeting are too large to email (as they include the architect’s report that Roy presented) so I’ve put them on the members’ website.  They can be accessed from the following link (you will need to log into the system to gain access):-

Regatta News Feb 2019

On behalf of Regatta Organisers, Visiting Crews, Umpires…
Great Event, Fun Days, Superb racing, Fast Times, Cake Bacon Butties Soup – Yum, Super Smiley faces ALL ROUND WINNERS

Hopefully see a good few of you at the Boathouse on Sunday morning (24th) at 11am

Boathouse Development Plans & Consultation

Let if you are coming along.


Hazel G

Ice Picture – 2nd Feb 19

Just 2 patches of ice left.  Should lift in the next couple of days but, sadly, no rowing on Sunday as the steps/pontoons are not free of ice and there’s a 100m section at the corner by the wall that’s solid.

Marshalling Documents

Can everyone who is down for marshalling this weekend please read the following information?  Please email of you have any questions.

Word documents: (First a document that contains all the information and then a sub-set; one for each colour group)

Powerpoint Diagrams:



Regatta Planning Briefings

Information and briefing meetings Saturday 3rd & Sunday 4th Nov.

Just a wee reminder to IRC members that Regatta Organisers need you to come to the briefings to get involved in the safe and effective running of our Head weekend.

There will be Marshalling plan discussion, Timing Team brief and Rota organised for the Tea Tent.

Looking forward to catch up Saturday 12.15 and Sunday 11am.

Let’s Go TEAM IRC🤗





Scottish Rowing Growth Mindset Workshop 4th October 18:30 at the Aquadome

Scottish Rowing are holding a workshop next Thursday for IRC club members – please see attached poster for details.

The link to register is:

If you want more information about the event, please have a look at the following video or the text below (which you will find on the booking link):-

Individuals who believe their talents can be developed (through hard work, good strategies, and input from others) have a growth mindset. They tend to achieve more than those with a more fixed mindset (those who believe their talents are innate gifts). This is because they worry less about looking smart and they put more energy into learning. When entire organisations embrace a growth mindset, their employees, volunteers, members, parents etc. report feeling far more empowered and committed; they also receive far greater organisational support for collaboration and innovation. In contrast, people at primarily fixed-mindset organisations report more of only one thing: cheating and deception among leaders, employees, volunteers members and others, presumably to gain an advantage in the talent race.

Mindset is a buzzword in many sectors and organisations, even working its way into their mission statements. But when we probe, you often discover that people’s understanding of the idea is limited. This workshop will look at three common misconceptions, how to embed a growth mindset culture across organisations, and provide attendees with tools, methods and techniques to lead organisational change towards creating an environment conducive to Growth Mindset.

This workshop will explore mindset and go beyond the theory of mindset and explore the different mindsets and where they exist in organisations.  It will also look at creating learning environments to improve practice, performance and productivity leading to a GM culture and will also explore effective implementation across clubs.