Rowing for everyone (adults, 18+)!
About TopRow London
TopRow London is based in Putney, the section of the Thames which is famous for hosting the annual Oxford vs Cambridge Boat Race. TopRow offers a wide range of rowing courses for all levels. Our professional team will guide you on the water, teaching you the rowing technique during well organised lessons. Providing everything you would need for a session on the water, TopRow is the perfect place for you to pick up the oars.
Since Summer 2020 TopRow has a second location: The Royal Docks, where you can row with the backdrop of the City of London.
Annual program 2021
– Winter: January – February
– Spring 1: March – May
– Spring 2: May – July
– Summer: July – August
– Fall 1: September – October
– Fall 2: November – December
Learn to Row
Unlike most other sports, rowing can be learned at any age and fitness level! Taking a Learn to Row course with TopRow is a great way to get fit, have fun, and enjoy the beauty of the river against the backdrop of the city. Classes will start every 8 weeks from March until December at Putney Embankment on the River Thames.
Learn to Scull
As rowing is one of the biggest sports in the country, why not continue your rowing skills by taking your technique to the next level and learn sculling (2 oars). When you have finished LTR2, you can progress to the Learn to Scull course. Learn more about technique and movements in the boat!
Advanced Rowing Courses
Have you finished the Intermediate 2 rowing course, or have you rowed at university, college, school or elsewhere?
If you book this course you can enjoy rowing on the river once or twice a week under the guidance of an instructor.
Just want to give rowing a try? Or want to progress your skills further? TopRow offers private lessons with an experienced instructor to ensure that the focus is on you. The lessons can be tailored to your level and can target specific aspects you want to work on.
TopRow Location Putney Embankment
TopRow Location Royal Docks
London SW15 1LB
(London Rowing Club)