Alice Mason Para Rower

All about Alice Rose Mason


Alice is 29 years old and lives in Deeping St Nicholas, Lincolnshire with her wife and daughter.


She was born with a left talapiz (club foot) and played netball for 23 years prior to amputation on the 25th August 2017.


Alice was back to the gym 5 weeks after the amputation and started at Peterborough city rowing club in October 2017 which led her to take part in the British Rowing Championships in December 2017, claiming a credible 3rd place (bronze medal) in category “pr3”.


She is currently working towards racing in the summer on the water and pushing forward to be a part of the talent in the GB program for Tokyo 2020.


Currently taking part in Sporting Saturday in Peterborough to encourage other disabled individuals to join rowing groups.


Inspire is the company who helped her get in contact with a coach.

Alice Mason Para Rower


Alice Wins !

Alice took part in an indoor world virtual 1000m sprint last week and she came 1st!  With a time of 3 minutes 48 seconds. To see full results click HERE


Alice Approved !

Approved now for training as part of the GB Olympic Para Olympic team.


All immediate competitions on water have therefore been suspended by GB team,
training only!


Indoor Events coming up include;

Scottish Championships in Motherwell over 1000m on 17th November 2018

Welsh Championships in Cardiff over 1000m on 24th November 2018

English Championships in London over 2000m on 8th December 2018


Other events on the Horizon;

Limitless Games School talks/visits;

Discovery School, Peterborough - 14/6 8.30am - 11am

Sacred Heart School, Peterborough - 14/6 12pm - 3pm

Werrington School, Peterborough - 21/6 8.30am - 3pm


Also Alice is due to attend the opening of the Addenbrooks new Children’s Prospethics Ward along with fellow para Olympic atheletes Jonny Peacock & Owen Pitts, all details to be confirmed soon.


Alice and Steel Bones Charity !

Alice in schools delivering limbitless games, educating and breaking barriers for the charity Steel Bones, who have recently made her an ambassador.


All the children attending received satsumas donated by FESA UK.

Alice in Training

Friday 22nd June, Peterborough Rowing Club.


Unofficial world record time !

7th July 2018. A non-sanctioned event so we can’t claim the world record but fantastic progress.