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Saturday, 23rd November 2019 saw crews compete in the 65th Fuller’s Head of the River Fours race. The event takes place on the River Thames in London, between Mortlake and Putney, over a grueling four and a quarter miles known to many as the Oxford/Cambridge boat races course in reverse.
Tideway Scullers head coach, Kieran Clark, is taking three women's eights, and one men's eight to take part in a truly unique head race in Switzerland.
Erg training is a necessary evil of rowing. So we've asked for your most hated erg pieces. There's some classics, and some damn right evil ones. But we'll leave that to you to decide. In the meantime, pass the bucket...
As we come to the final stages of head race season in the UK. GB Rowing's Mat Tarrant sits down with Square Blades, and discusses winter training, head races, pre-race rituals, and improving race performance.
As we move into this cooler season, we look forward to a new series of rowing events in the British calendar including the Head of the River Fours (HoR4s), the Women’s Eights Head of the River Race (WEHoRR) and the Head of the River Race (HORR) – the biggest race of the winter season and the one most clubs will have been training for all winter.
Dating back to 1839, Henley Royal Regatta has been held every year since its inception and is steeped in history. Quintessentially English, Henley is considered to be one of the social highlights of the year, therefore it’s important to carefully select your attire for this traditional event.