Row2Recovery facilitates Adaptive Rowing for the British Military Wounded, Injured and Sick in partnership with British Rowing and Help for Heroes. And through extreme Adaptive Rowing endeavors (we have recently completed a second Atlantic Para-Row) we have raised over £1,000,000 for the large military charities.
Through Help for Heroes recovery centres and British Rowing's nationwide network of Adaptive Rowing coaches, and their supporting clubs, Row2Recovery facilitates Military Adaptive Rowing throughout the country.
On 21st January 2014 double-amputee LCpl Cayle Royce and single-amputee Cpl Scott Blaney, alongside Capt James Kayll and Capt Mark Jenkins, landed in Antigua having rowed unsupported the 3,000 miles across the Atlantic to raise funds for Help for Heroes. "Beyond Injury - Achieving the Extraordinary"