To ensure you get the most enjoyment out of rowing we ask you to read the following statements carefully. If you have any issues or concerns you would like to raise about the information below please see your coach, squad leader or one of the membership team and we will do our best to help you.
- I acknowledge that the use of the club equipment is at my own risk.
- I agree to abide by the Constitution, codes of conduct and rules of Star Club.
- I agree that the information about me may be stored in electronic form for administrative purposes and my email may be used by the club to send me information.
- I am an amateur rower defined by British Rowing http://www.britishrowing.org
Rowing and its associated training can be a strenuous activity. You should therefore be in good health and have no medical or physical condition precluding heavy exercise.
If you have any doubt you should consult your doctor.
Some conditions such as asthma and diabetes, for example, do not prevent individuals participating in the sport, but you do have a duty to declare any condition that might put yourself or others at risk. Likewise you have a duty to declare any change in personal health whilst a member of the Club that may put yourself or others at risk.
It is important therefore that you inform those around you, for example coaches and crew members, of any condition they may have to deal with in the event of an emergency.
For your own safety it is important that you are a competent swimmer. At a minimum you must be able to swim 100 metres in light clothing. If you cannot meet this requirement you must wear a lifejacket or buoyancy aid at all times when in a boat.