**UPDATE – OUR SPRING LEARN TO ROW COURSE IS NOW FULL. WE WILL LOOK TO RUN ANOTHER ONE LATER THIS YEAR SO PLEASE DO CONTINUE TO SEND IN YOUR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FORMS IF YOU’D BE INTERESTED AND WE’LL KEEP YOU UPDATED**
We are pleased to confirm that we will be running a learn to row course this Spring.
Thursday 16th March 7-8pm: Introduction and Technique session on rowing machines
Sunday 20th March 10am-11.30am for 6 weeks – water sessions, weather dependant
Attached below is an Expression of Interest form. If you’re interested in learning to row at Shoreham Rowing Club please complete this form and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org at your earliest convenience.
On Saturday 12th December a small contingent of Shoreham rowers travelled to the Lee Valley VeloPark, home to the 2o12 Olympic cycling events to take on the British Rowing Indoor Championships – and came away with fantastic results – 1 gold medal, 2 bronze medals and 2 personal bests.
First up was Charlotte Pigg, racing in the women’s 30-39 2k category. An impressively strong performance saw her storm through the finish line way ahead of the other competitors to take the gold medal and be crowned British champion.
Charlotte Pigg (centre) collecting her gold medal. Credit – Naomi Baker
Other medals came from Sarah Faith, with a bronze in the women’s 30-39 Lightweight category after a nail-biting last push for the finish took her within 0.2 seconds of the silver, and a fantastic bronze for Max Huxtable in the men’s open lightweight competition. The latter had a storming start, matching the eventual winner GB rower Richard Chambers stroke for stroke over the first 500m. Unable to maintain the pace set by the full-time GB athlete, Max would eventually take the bronze medal; an impressive performance against one of the nation’s best lightweight rowers.
Medallists Sarah Faith and Charlotte Pigg celebrate
Max Huxtable (right) collects his well-earned Bronze medal
Max’s moment of fame…
There were impressive performances from Tom Faith and Cian Kennedy, recording personal bests in the Men’s 30-39 and 40-49 categories respectively, and from Phoebe Mercer in the Year 11 girls competition.
British Rowing Indoor Championships 2015 – credit Naomi Baker