Rowers from Loughborough Boat Club experienced two contrasting days of racing at the Shrewsbury Regatta which was held last weekend (6th/7th May) on the River Severn. Continue reading
Not happy with the offerings of the Midlands region Jerry proposed an outing to the Head of the Dart. A trip to the seaside, 15km race with the tide, a wide river, a diverse range of boat categories – what’s not to want. Continue reading
On Saturday 11th March at 3.30pm, the 77th Women’s Eights Head of the River took take place from Mortlake to Putney, London, attracting over 300 competing crews from all across the UK and beyond, including Olympic Champions to the very best beginners. Continue reading
Over 230 oarsmen and oarswomen from 18 different Rowing Clubs competed fiercely last Saturday on the River Soar between Kegworth and Zouch, as part of Loughborough Boat Club’s annual river race. With bright sun taking the edge off the chilly temperature, light winds led to excellent conditions for participants and spectators alike resulting in a successful and enjoyable event.
To help the club members practice and remember all the winding of the home we call the River Soar several crews took the water Saturday morning eager to set themselves a time to chase for next weekend. Taking the decision to use names from Whacky Races – some closer to the edge than others – the crews picked up oars and sculls and prepared to boat. Continue reading
Despite early heavy rain, under sunny skies the Masters 8+ was reconvened to row the Burton Head Race in Andy’s honour. With black bows on his rigger and the bow ball the course was rowed in “man down” formation. Continue reading
On Sunday 21st August Loughborough Boat Club held a boat naming ceremony, welcoming several new boats to the fleet, both club and private. Continue reading
A strong turnout of boat categories and ages saw Loughborough Boat Club achieve several well deserved victories at Bewdley Regatta on the River Severn. Continue reading