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RowSA Constitution

The body established by this constitution will be called ROWING SOUTH AFRICA (RowSA).

The Constitution of Rowing South Africa, which shall be deemed to include the Rules of Racing and their Bye-Laws as agreed from time to time.

RowSA Code of Conduct

The purpose of this code is to describe the principles that the Constituent members of Rowing South Africa (RowSA), endorse and promote.

Rules of Racing 2020

Please find latest Rules of Racing


RowSa safeguarding policy. Safeguarding Participants in Rowing from Harassment and Abuse

Rowing Officials Handbook

This handbook forms part of the training material for the Rowing Officials Training Course and needs to be read in conjunction with the Rules of Racing.

The purpose of this handbook is to provide guidance to rowing officials on the interpretation and implementation of the Rules of Racing, document procedures used when running regattas and to promote the successful running of regattas in South Africa.

SAIDS Anti-Doping Rules

The South African Government is a signatory to the Code and formally recognised the role of WADA through the Copenhagen Declaration of Anti-Doping in Sport (2003). Preface At its board meeting on 25 November 2005, SAIDS formally accepted the Code.

The Code and related International Standards (IS) is the core document produced by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and provides the framework for the South African Institute for Drug-Free Sport’s (SAIDS) Anti-Doping Rules 2015 (as amended from time-to-time), Regulations and Policies for Anti-Doping across all sports in South Africa.

National Selection Policy - General Procedures

To join the RMB National Squad refer to the National Selection Policy for details. A summary of ergometer and water assesments are listed below.

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