This year’s entry at Boston was much smaller than usual, and typically the weather was a bright and sunny 7 degrees, much warmer than usual when we send a larger contingency.
Burton Head is one of the first Head races of the season and was held over 3500 metres on the River Trent. For once, the Trent was behaving itself and had a steady flow with a stiff tail wind for the racing.
The 2014 Head of the Soar race on our home stretch of water between Hathern and Kegworth proved to be a great success yet again.
This years draw can be found here.
Please make sure that all crew take note of the safety and race information for the day.
We look forward to seeing all crews and clubs at LBC for a great day of racing.
LBC is busy preparing the plans and details for this year’s winter 3km head race on the river Soar.
Full event information and details can be found on the Soar Head 2014 page.
BROE entries can be made online for your club now.
We look forward to seeing you there…
The sun was shining creating a comfortable temperature and a light breeze was in the air. Was this really the time for the Boston Marathon?!
With a smaller contingency than usual, Loughborough Boat Club sent its Juniors up to Bradford Autumn Regatta to battle it out with the northern clubs.
Another of the double day rowing competitions took place at Bewdley on the River Severn. Saturday’s Regatta at 800 metres and Sunday’s Sprint at a slightly easier 600 metres brought more wins for Loughborough Boat Club against some very stiff competition.
The 1100 metre Burton Regatta dawned with the beginning of a blazing hot day. With deck chairs, picnics and rugs, gazebo’s and even umbrellas for the sun, Loughborough Boat Club was ready for the day. The smell of sun lotion permeated the air and the first crews were up. Continue reading
The sun shone (mostly) and the River Severn was being well behaved for once allowing a fabulous weekend of racing for the club.