The Royal Shrewsbury School Boat Club enjoyed a memorable Henley Royal Regatta at the end of the Summer Term with some fantastic performances to celebrate.
The balmy conditions continued for a third straight day, and brought the crowds down to the river for one of the key events of Speech Day.
The 150th Bumping Races got underway in hot and clear conditions.
The 1st VIII and 2nd VIII travelled to Dorney Lake to race in their penultimate race of the year at the Marlow Regatta.
There were some tremendous performances from current and former Salopian oarswomen at Henley Women’s Regatta (HWR), the premier event for women’s rowing in the country.
The 1st VIII enjoyed a training camp at Henley over the second weekend of half-term in order to familiarise themselves with the 2,112m Henley Royal Regatta course and to race at the Metropolitan Regatta.
Over 1,000 crews took part in this year’s National Schools’ Regatta at Dorney Lake, with 17 RSSBC crews competing in the top racing divisions.
This week, Phil Lapage's 2nd VIII.
The Boat Club enjoyed a busy and very successful weekend of racing, with 12 crews racing at the Bedford Regatta on Saturday and 29 crews racing at the Shrewsbury Regatta on Saturday and Sunday.
The Boat Club had four crews competing at the Wallingford Regatta held at Dorney Lake over the Coach Weekend.
Congratulations to Lower Sixth Former Dominic Sullivan (I), who won two GB gold medals last weekend at the 2018 International DRV Junior Regatta, held at the Munich Olympic Regatta Centre in Oberschleissheim.
Four RSSBC crews representing the West Midlands region raced at the Junior Inter Regional Regatta held in Nottingham on Saturday.
The Boat Club have had a busy week, with 19 crews competing over Sunday 11th, Monday 12th and Tuesday 13th March.
In an interview for Rowe.rs, 1st VIII rowing coach Sam Grant explains how using a sophisticated sports app is enabling the RSSBC to create individual training programmes to help pupils balance their rowing, academic a...
There were some very impressive performances from the Shrewsbury crews who raced at the Head of the Trent in Nottingham last Sunday in sunny but bracing conditions.
There were some very encouraging performances by the six RSSBC crews who raced last weekend at the Wycliffe Head over the 4500m course on the Gloucester Sharpness Canal.
On Sunday 14th January, the J14 squad (boys and girls) and the J15 boys travelled to Bedford for the Star Rowing Club New Year’s Head.
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