- Year End Meeting 2021 24. December 2021
Dear rowing friends, like last year we will meet again in 2021 on 30 December at 9:30 CET 15.00 IST 19:30 AEDT 2:30 CST - next year we will start later - 22:30 HAST on 29 December for a virtual meeting. And like last year a member will report about his rowing district. Besides we want to talk, exchange experiences and plan common projects. The login details have been sent to all members by email. If you have any questions, please contact the president.
- WORLD ROWING INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS 23. December 2021
The WORLD ROWING INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS will take place in Hamburg from 25 to 26 February 2022. A member of our Fellowship will also be taking part. Sorin Gheorghiu was nominated in his age group by the Romanian Rowing Federation.
- Actual Programm 19. December 2021
A virtual meeting of all members is planned for 30.12.2021, as in the previous year. The access data will be announced to all members in advance. Last year Nigel Brown (RC Sydney-Cove) presented his area. Who will give a presentation about his rowing area this year? A trip on a church boat across the Rhine and Main rivers is planned for the spring. The implementation depends on the development of the covid pandemic. For the time from 01. to 04. September 2022 Wolfgang Litzenburger (RC Mainz) has planned a trip on the Havel. You will find more details here. hier! In summer Sorin Gheorghiu and Valer Crisan (RC Blaj) had planned a ride through the Danube Delta. Due to the high incidences in Romania, we have postponed this trip to summer 2023. Instead, Paul Geisendorfer (RC Rosenheim-Innstadt) will organize a trip on a part of the Danube closer to us as soon as circumstances allow.
- Welcome 6. December 2021
FoRR is a Rotarian Fellowship, founded in 2016 in Mainz with members from almost all continents. Membership in our Fellowship is open to any Rotarian or Rotaractor and their family members who are interested in rowing. In keeping with the Rotarian spirit, we have members in our Fellowship from advanced beginners to former world champions, ranging in age from 18 to 88.