University Of Nottingham Boat Club, Nottingham, NG2 5FA

Race Reports

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 athletes enjoyed a great week alongside some of the best crews in the world. The quad, competing in the Prince of Wales Cup was a…
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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 single, and championship lightweight double. The coxless four was knocked out in their first race against a Norwegian crew that would progress to the semi…
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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 an opportunity for sculling and racing experience as the season winds down for those in the boat. This crew moved on again from their training session,…
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Reading Amateur Regatta

Another busy weekend for crews and coaches at UoNBC. A contingent headed to Reading Amateur Regatta for the day as preparation for Henley Women’s Regatta in the ladies squad, and for a chance to gain racing experience for some of the crews in the men’s squad. This side by side river regatta sees a large…
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Metropolitan and Peterborough Regatta

Saturday saw the club split across the country, with the intermediate men heading to Peterborough for their summer regatta, and the senior men joined by the womens squad traveled down to the Olympic lake at Eton, Dorney, for Metropolitan Regatta. At Peterborough, the boys raced in quads and doubles, across band 1 and 2. Over…
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Nottingham City Regatta

Coming off BUCS regatta and into the exam period, athletes from UoNBC returned to the NWSC to compete at Nottingham City Regatta, first of the summer circuit regattas. Testing conditions challenged crews across the day as the wind that stayed away for BUCS came back with a vengeance, a strong tail for whipping up much…
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BUCS Regatta 2018

Greeted at weigh in on Saturday for the official start of BUCS Regatta 2018, the sun was shining and Holme Pierrepont took on glass like conditions. Setting the tone for the weekend and giving the club momentum for the days ahead crews took to the water with great energy, finally given the chance to test…
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WeHORR and HORR

WeHORR The women kicked off the weekend after travelling down Friday, with 3 boats entered across our seniors, intermediates, and novice squad. Boating with a last minute substitution on the morning, the senior eight put together a respectable row, getting together on the paddle to the start and finding rhythm on the row down, coming…
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BUCS Head and Head of the Trent

After a run up dotted with inclement weather, illnesses across squads, and injuries rearing their head, the past two days brought the first set of results for the new year. And it was a good set. Travelling up to Newcastle early on Saturday morning our novice squads would be kicking off BUCS 4s and 8s Head.…
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GB Trials 3rd Assessment

It’s been a busy couple of months since our last race. The first term was rounded off with the annual Christmas training camp held at the National Water Sports Centre, before students headed home for the holidays to bed in some land training alone and focus on studies. Returning in the New Year athletes picked…
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