Canary Wharf Rowathon

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Canary Wharf Rowathon

Canary Wharf Rowathon, in association with St. James's Place returns for Hope and Homes for Children on Wednesday October 5th 2022.

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East Wintergarden 43 Bank Street London E14 5NX United Kingdom

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About this event

This is a challenge you can really put your back in to! Come and take on the indoor rowing event of the year. The return of the Canary Wharf Rowathon for Hope and Homes for Children on Wednesday October 5th 2022.

Your sweat and endurance will make a life-changing difference to the most vulnerable children. You will be supporting Hope and Homes for Children’s vital work to ensure every child grows up with the love of a family, never in the neglect of an orphanage.

This is the ultimate rowing challenge. To make the biggest difference for children. Described by Olympic rower Ian McNuff as “one of the best events outside of the British Championship.”

In association with St. James's Place and supported by Canary Wharf Group; the Canary Wharf Rowathon will be a fast-paced, adrenaline-filled challenge event, taking place within the unique surroundings of the East Wintergarden, Canary Wharf.

There are various events to enter into:

TEAM Challenge:

Take on the leader board in a competitive Team 2K Sprint race. As a crew of four, you’ll row side-by-side on four linked rowing machines. Your team's overall boat speed and finishing time are generated by your combined effort.

Team 2K Sprint. Registration fee: £10pp. Fundraising target: £1,140 (team target). The amount it takes to reunite a child with their family.

INDIVIDUAL Challenge:

10K Challenge. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned pro; 10km is a mighty challenge, especially when you're against the clock.

Registration fee: £20. Fundraising target: £250. The amount it takes to trace the birth families of five children.

Here's what Olympic rower Ian McNuff had to say about the Canary Wharf Rowathon in aid of Hope and Homes for Children:

“You have hit on something very special here. The most perfect venue for this event! It could be one of the best events outside of the British Championship”

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