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.
For student's looking to join us, please look at the 'Freshers 2018' page above.

Latest Race Reports

Catch up on the latest race results from the Boat House

Henley Royal Regatta

Last week crews from Nottingham headed south to Henley on Thames to train and race on the world-famous course. Greeted by excellent conditions throughout the time there, the coaches and[…]

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Henley Women’s Regatta

Taking 5 boats the crews had time trials on Friday and first heats, progressing over the weekend to finals. 3 made it through to the heats, aspirational academic 4-, championship[…]

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Marlow Regatta

The final race before Henley Royal Regatta, the mens squad returned to Dorney lake on Saturday. Two quads raced in the Tier 2 category, with a full Nottingham crew providing[…]

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Our Committee

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

Peter Boyes

4th Year, Human Computer Interaction


“As the club grows and competes at an increasingly higher level, we move to solidify the base we provide athletes of all ability and strengthen our core values”

Grace Lodge

3rd Year, Industrial Economics

Vice President

“I hope to help the club to continue its development, and maintain a high level of organisation. I’m excited to work with the other committee members and make this year another successful year for the club.”

Harriet Cotterell

2nd Year, Medicine


“I hope to support the club to enhance its talent pathway and to expand the size of every squad.”

Victoria Barber-Clark

2nd Year, Criminology and Social Policy


“I aim to keep a high level of organisation in the club for both the committee members and for all our our squads, also ensuring that all new members are fully equipped and educated on how our club works in regards to British Rowing standards and general racing.”

Thomas Farrand

2nd Year, Mechanical Engineering

Men’s Captain

“By improving inter-squad communication and maintaining training standards I aim to help Nottingham to continue its climb up the university rowing ladder.”

Freya George

3rd Year, Classics

Women’s Captain

“As women’s captain I hope to encourage integration between all squads. I am also excited to continue the success form the past few years, whilst introducing new members into the club.”

Nick Coombes

4th Year, International Security and Terrorism

Fundraising and Sponsorship Officer

“I want to help the club match our results on the water with equally rapid progress off the water, through fundraising to continue building our club to support more of our athletes to challenge for national honours”

Hattie Swindells

2nd Year, Environmental Sciences

Recruitment Officer

“I will aim to scout out fresh talent and recruit the best athletes, to add depth and strength to our squads, allowing UoNBC to reach its full potential and acheive great success”

Will Moore

3rd Year, Management


“I’m looking forward to repairing and maintaining our range of boats, to keep our athletes out on the water.”

Nicole Pike

3rd Year, Politics and Economics

Social Secretary

“I look forward to organising lots of varied socials ranging from Crisis to pizza nights and helping to integrate the club to make it a friendly, fun environment for everyone.”

Nina Giambrone

2nd Year, Physiotherapy

Women’s Press Officer

“I am looking forward to promoting the success of the club, which will hopefully draw in high-performance athletes and increase the interest at a novice level.”

Ben Gray

3rd Year, Chemistry

Men’s Press Officer

“By using our social media platforms and website, I aim to give the club a professional feel and aid in our recruitment as well as showing what a great club we are to row at.”