The Amateur Rowing Association has outlined guidelines for competition at this level, which include timed races of four, five and six minutes for year nine, year 10 and year 11 students.
What does ARA stand for?
ARA stands for Amateur Rowing Association (UK)
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He was also honoured by the Amateur Rowing Association.
David retired from the British Rowing Team in 2003 and was awarded the Amateur Rowing Association medal of honour for his outstanding service to the sport.
The event was set up but the Amateur Rowing Association and Birmingham schools to help the youngsters, aged 11-18, keep fit and perhaps discover those with the potential to succeed in 2012.
ROWING: EventScotland has awarded pounds 73,000 to the Scottish Amateur Rowing Association in support of two major events at Strathclyde Park - the FISA Under-23 World Championships in 2007and next year's GB Championships.
Speaking outside the inquest at Stockport Coroners Court, Dr Jane Blockley, Leo's mother, attacked the Amateur Rowing Association and Oxford University for blaming Leo in the aftermath of the accident.
He was also president of the Amateur Rowing Association, of which Sir Steve Redgrave is now honorary president, and was a Scout commissioner.