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

The 2nd Xi’an Kunming Lake International Famous Universities Rowing Regatta

The University term over, Henley campaign finished, the 2017/18 season had one last event to round it off. Late on the 23rd of July 10 athletes flew out from Heathrow heading[…]

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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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Our Committee

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

Peter Boyes

5th Year, PhD Digital Economy Horizon CDT


“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.”

Harriet Cotterell

3rd Year, Medicine

Vice President

“I am looking forward to helping the club expand not only with our current members, but our future members, alumni and our wider community.”

Ruth Chapman

3rd Year, Physics


“I hope to fully support other committee members with our finances as the club grows and as we aim to make the club more transparent.”

Sarah Yorke

2nd Year, Chemistry


“I hope to keep the club running smoothly and ensure that our members, regardless of experience, have the opportunity to compete throughout the year.”

Matt Thoumine

3nd 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.”

Imogen North

3rd Year, Biology

Women’s Captain

“As the voice of our strong female athletes I am determined to ensure they all achieve their potential while having fun, and in doing so will encourage club growth both in performance and integration.”

Michael Trubshaw

3rd Year, Medicine

Fundraising and Sponsorship Officer

“My aim is to deliver the strong financial background the club needs to progress through the rankings next year!”

Ben Gray

4th Year, Chemistry

Recruitment Officer

“I am excited to advertise UoNBC to begginers and high performance athletes and hope to recruit a large quantitity and high quality too.”

Edward Hewitt

2rd Year, Natural Sciences


“I’m looking forward to working with all crews to keep our equipment and racing edge as sharp as it can be.”

Jack Coulthard

2nd Year, Product Design

Social Secretary

“I’ll be planning socials ranging from club nights to pizza nights so people can enjoy time off the water as well.”

Charles Smith

2nd Year, Philosophy

Welfare Officer

“My aim as Welfare Officer is to assist and support all members of UoNBC in overcoming any issues they might experience while achieving in rowing, be that social, academic or personal ones.”

Alasdair Richardson

2rd Year, Geography

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.”