Are you an experienced rower that just wants to row socially or casually at
This would suit people who:
- Cannot commit to set crew.
- Want to come back to rowing.
- Not wanting to compete in regattas.
- Want to get fit.
We are proposing outings on Sunday morning after the squad training sessions come in at 11.30am.
Although Christine is a level 1 coach, there will not be any coaching but for suggestions to get the boats up and balanced.
We will be rowing distances to suit the crews.
If you would be interested in this please contact Christine or Nick Kaissidis
It was great to see so many people out on the river on Sunday in beautiful conditions for this season’s first time trial. The black and gold was an impressive site both on and off the water.
A big thank you to Paul for capturing the event and the attached photograph of the membership. I also want to pass on my thanks to all those who showed the great RRC spirit by volunteering to help run the event Justin, Kathy, Tom, Gerry, Carolyn, Claire and Vicki.
Also a special mention to Dennis’s for his cameo in the women’s quad, our double scull of Michelle and Corrine who were the only crew to navigate the 7km course coxless and Matt from Learn to row who subbed into a boat after only 3 lessons! He was one of 12 to do their first club time trial on Sunday and I think the day was a big success.
The official times are listed below next to the relevant cox, line honours go to the men’s coxed quad at 34.51. So that’s the time to beat…..
- DS1 Sandrine 50:39
- DS2 Aaron 47:27
- WN Bec 40:29
- SW Derek 35:32
- WS Lynn 43:54
- MS1 Rachael 38:23
- MS2 Lindsey 34:51
- WS2 Corrine and Michelle 38:20