For the first time in a number of years, the club fielded five eights at the Head of the River Race.
The club had a very strong presence at the Vesta Veterans' Head, fielding four eights, plus involvement a number of composites - with a total of 43 of the club's athletes taking part. Fastest TSS crew of the day, and fastest women overall, was the Women's Squad's Masters A boat, retaining the headship gained last year and winning their category by thirty-three seconds. The TSS/Walbrook composite also had a decisive win, heading WMasters E by a margin of thirty seconds.
A small contingent raced at Kingston Head in preparation for the Vesta Veterans' Head and the Head of the River.
In the afternoon division, the Men's Squad HoRR second eight - Eddie, Duncan, Lucas, Graham, Aran, Murray, Charlie and Ben, coxed by Helen - won the Senior pennant and were second overall.
A small group of TSS Juniors made the first pilgrimage of the year to Dorney Lake for the Oarsport Junior Sculling Head, run with ruthless efficiency by our very own Chris Williams.
The club's women put in strong performances across the board at the Women's Eights Head of the River. In particular, the Women's Squad demonstrated its strength in depth, recording its best overall result for twenty years, with all three of its crews finishing inside the top 50 - we were the only club to achieve this at the 2015 race.