Anna Newton who has been rowing only a short while did incredibly well last week at GB juniors spring Assessment. The top twenty junior girls across the country were invited and
On Saturday 15th March, Exeter Rowing Clubs Women’s squad competed in the most important Head Race of the season, the Women’s Eights Head of the River Race (WHORR) in London. The 6.8 km course runs from
Sunday 2nd March saw the launch of a commemorative book, “Still Afloat” by Alan Peacock, full of photos and stories that recount the Clubs rich history. The launch was held at Exeter’s Historic Guildhall with the Right Worshipful
On March 1st the Exeter Ship canal saw a burst activity, when hundreds of rowers took part in the Exeter Rowing Club winter Head Race. The competitors represented 11 regional clubs, with
Anna Newton, who has just reached her 1 year anniversary since first stepping into a single scull was delighted to attend the GB National trials in Boston on 22nd February. Anna previously attended trials in November and
This last weekend marked the trials for the Junior Inter Regional Regatta (JIRR) held in Nottingham. Competitors race over a 1400m course at Totnes. All twelve British Rowing regions send a team of J14, J15 and J16s to compete against each other.
Perfect conditions in London this weekend, saw 2 Exeter Rowing club members, Lucinda Saunders and Eleanor Burke, win in the women’s veteran B quad class.
Anna was attending the GB early ID assessment in Boston over the weekend in Lincolnshire. She did really well in the morning in the strength tests getting 3 PBs and being one of the five (out of 62) who managed to do the 15 minute ergo test. 15 minutes at rate 20 (which must be […]
Our very own coach Jerry Copping has been honoured by British Rowing for his contribution and dedication to rowing, along with several other ‘unsung heroes’. We are very lucky to have such wonderful volunteer coaches at our club