Coastal rowing is an exciting and challenging sport that has gained popularity in recent years, especially in coastal regions like Malmö and Helsingborg. Unlike traditional rowing, which takes place on calm and flat water, coastal rowing is performed on open water, where the rowers must navigate waves, currents, and wind. This makes it a more exciting and dynamic sport, with a greater emphasis on technique, strength, and endurance.
Coastal rowing has been gaining momentum as a sport, and in 2028, it will make its debut as an Olympic event. However, it's not just a sport for elite athletes – it's also a great way to explore the coastline and enjoy the natural beauty of the ocean. Leisurely tours of the coastline are among the best ways to take in the sights and sounds of the sea and its wildlife.
Malmö Roddklubb is a great place to get started with this exciting sport. Whether you're a seasoned rower or a beginner, there are opportunities to learn and improve your skills while enjoying the stunning scenery of the southern Swedish coast. So why not give coastal rowing a try and experience the thrill of rowing on the open water?