The J13/14s headed for the great indoors, to race at the South of England Indoor Rowing Championships in Abingdon, as Anna Murphie reports:

The juniors attend this every year, and it's a very well-run event with the J14s racing over four minutes and the J13s over three - and some six hundred competitors.

All of the twelve competitors from our J13/14 group pushed themselves to achieve PBs or close to. Notable achievements include Albie winning the J14 event with a 1:42.3 average split, and the WJ14 relay team of Hannah, Katherine, Freya and Aleyska, who took a well-deserved bronze.

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Quintin Head

Seven eights raced at Quintin Head, with four finishing as runners-up in their respective categories.

The two men's squad eights both finished inside the top twenty, with the Senior boat fifth and the IM2 crew sixteenth, and both in second place in their categories.

The women's squad raced two matched eights, with Chill finishing 4.7 seconds ahead of Netflix, and second and third in WIM1.

The fourth second-place came for the Great Ache in Masters E.

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Weybridge Winter Head

The Great Ache at Weybridge: A Race Report

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2017 Sculling Courses

Booking is now open for all five of this year's sculling courses:

Easter course: 3 to 7 April

Summer courses: 31 July to 4 August; 14 to 18 August; and 28 August to 1 September

Junior Advanced course: 7 to 11 August

For full details of the courses, including application forms, applications for introductory membership and information about the earlybird discount, see the Sculling Courses page and the FAQ.


Walton Small Boats Head

Fifty-five TSS boats, plus a composite with Quintin, raced across the four divisions of Walton Small Boats Head, and bade a very competitive farewell to 2016.

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