University Of Nottingham Boat Club, Nottingham, NG2 5FA

Rowing at the University of Nottingham.

Since our founding in 1892 the Boat Club has been one of the University Of Nottingham's most popular societies providing comprehensive access to rowing, from Novice to Elite levels.

Latest Race Reports

Catch up on the latest race results from the Boat House

Henley Royal Regatta 2021

Last weekend, our boats left Nottingham for the final time this season headed for Henley Royal Regatta. UoNBC entered 4 boats and 15 athletes despite the Regatta taking place in[…]

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Henley Women’s Regatta

Last week, UoNBC saw 17 athletes head south to compete in Henley Women’s Regatta. For our intermediate squad, this was their first time racing down the Henley stretch and their[…]

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BUCS Regatta 2021

This weekend, after over 15th months without a race, UoNBC returned to BUCS Regatta on their home water at the National Water Sports Centre. With very little pre-knowledge of other[…]

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Our Committee

The committee is responsible for the running of the Boat Club and is elected annually at the Club AGM

Jonny Fieth

3rd Year, Mechanical Engineering

Vice President

“As Vice-President, my aim is to further increase engagement with our alumni and to continue to provide good quality kit to all our members..”

Lewis Howlett

3rd Year, Biology


“My aim is to allow the club to grow organically during this current rough economic downturn.”

Sarah Yorke

4th Year, Chemistry


“It is my aim to give athletes the optimum chance to race and perform in races all over the country.”

Tom Swithenbank

3rd Year, Mechanical Engineering

Men’s Captain

“My aim is to try and make the squads more competitive and add more depth in order to get more boats into the top categories.”

Grace Johnson

3rd Year, Biology

Women’s Captain

“My aim is to encourage more interaction between squads and to improve the communication between the coaches and the athletes.”

Lewis Howlett

3rd Year, Biology

Fundraising and Sponsorship Officer

“It is my aim to increase the funds available, and to put the club in a more sustainable financial future.”

Tom Gwillim

3rd Year, Ancient History

Recruitment Officer

“My aim is to share this amazing sport with as many people as possible and build up the squads for future years.”

Jonny Fieth

3rd Year, Mechanical Engineering


“I’m looking to work with all crews to maintain equipment allowing uninterrupted training and racing.”

Issy Newton

2nd Year, English

Social Secretary

“My aim as Social Secretary is to keep the club spirit high and ensure we can all socialise safely during the pandemic.”

Ben Gunning

2nd Year, Mental Health Nursing

Welfare Officer

“My aim is to improve and maintain high standards of welfare and inclusivity within the boat club.”

Jack Towell

3rd Year, Mechanical Engineering

Men’s Press Officer

“Improving the quality of content on our social media platforms.”

Grace MacMahon

2nd Year, Geography

Women’s Press Officer

“I aim to keep the media page engaging, fun but informative. I also aim to attract more people into the sport through these channels.”

Peter Boyes

7th Year, PhD Digital Economy Horizon CDT


“I’d like to use my final year in this role to set the club up for the next President to be able to implement their vision for the club, without having to start from scratch.”

A great days racing at #nottinghamautumnhead! 6 of our crews came away winning categories including fastest crew of the day. Every crew that raced set brilliant times given some…
Division 3 results: Well done to the M4x-, M4+, M2-, W4- on winning their categories. Absolute domination of the head in both divisions with us also getting fastest boat of the day! Congrats to all! @UoNSport #rowing #racing #legdriven #speed #domination #winning
Division 1 results: Congratulations to M1x Crouchley and W1x Gillbanks on winning their categories in Division 1! A big well done to all other crews who raced in div 1 putting in great times! @UoNSport #NottmAutumnHead #yeahNotts #uonbc
With Division 1 over we have a break in racing until Division 3 starts at 1500! Make sure you get down to watch and come say hi! #NottmAutumnHead #rowing #aviron #rudern #canottaggio #rhwyfo #crew #uonbc #yeahNotts #racing #speed @UoNSport
Good luck to all crews who are racing and have raced at #nottinghamautumnhead today! We have 4 M1x, 1W1x, 2 M2-, 2 M4+, 2 M4x-, 1 W4x-, 1 M2x, 2 W4-, 1 W4+ and 1 W2x. Make sure you follow us for results!
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