LBC Squad selected for Junior Inter-Regional Regatta

On Saturday 10th March, five members of the LBC Junior squad attended the East Midlands Division trials, and competed for selection for the Junior Inter Regional Regatta. With resounding success, all five juniors have been selected to represent East Midlands and will compete at Holme Pierrepont on 28th April.   Daniel Walder and Charlie Macnamee […]

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Loughborough Ladies Tackle the Tideway!

This year the WEHORR was represented by two LBC crews, it is more than a decade since this has occurred. One key member, whose vision and constant positive attitude, not to mention dedication and belief, made this possible. No prizes for guessing, of course I am referring to Ladies Captain Zoe Poyner.   On the […]

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Nottingham Trent Head 2012

Four boats and twenty nine competitors enjoyed unusually balmy temperatures and glorious sunshine yesterday at the Nottingham Trent head.   The early division saw the WMasB/C 8+ crew of Jen Smith, Emma Heygate, Carol Cunningham, Gill Hepworth, Kate Henry, Hazel Bickerstaff, Sandra Martin and Di Hope-Cokayne take to the water. Coxed by Mike Targett the […]

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ADT support LBC’s Boston Marathon Attempt

Local Taxi Firm, Ashley David Taxis (ADT) are supporting LBC’s Boston Marathon attempt, in aid of local children’s charity STEPS, by supplying transport to LBC’s Marathon Crew for the event.   ADT have kindly offered a minibus to support with the transportation of LBC crew to the Boston Rowing Marathon on the 1st April 2012. This has […]

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LBC’S Boston Marathon 2012 in aid of STEPS

On Sunday 1st April  9 crew members from Loughborough Boat Club will be rowing a 50.2km (31 mile) rowing marathon in aid of local children’s charity, Steps. The non stop Boston rowing marathon, held between Lincoln and Boston, will take several hours to complete by the 9 man crew but will be well worth it to […]

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Loughborough Boat Club host Victorious Head Race

Loughborough Boat Club successfully hosted the ‘Head of the Soar’ on Saturday 26th November.  Race entries reached maximum capacity with 119 crews competing along the 3000m upstream course between Kegworth and Zouch.  The river was bubbling with boats and the banks bursting with cheers and encouragement.

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