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.. Durham women victorious despite ‘scran’ drug test After a successful season, moving from ‘Explore’ and the Sunday League into mainstream regattas, Durham Women “Optimists” Gabrielle, Clare, June, Susan and Helen entered the Great Tyne Row (now in its 3rd year) – 25 gruelling kilometres from Newburn to Tynemouth. The race has to be completed[…]
Mark Bell and Deborah Newcombe describe some innovations for this year’s DURHAM PRIMARY regatta on 28th September … Andy: What exactly is a PRIMARY regatta? Mark: There is some confusion around .. a Primary Regatta is aimed at newcomers to the sport .. in their 1st year to 18 months of rowing .. and for[…]
Durham Primary Regatta takes place on Saturday 28th September. The Regatta offers events for Juniors, Masters and Recreational rowers over a 500 metres course. Full details can be found in the Regatta prospectus (PDF). Entries close 18:00 Sunday 22nd September.
The Secret Sculler quizzes the Captain, Richard Castling on BOAT ALLOCATION The Secret Sculler: So Richard … What’s the problem with the existing system of BOAT ALLOCATION? Richard: The problem with the current system is that it isn’t clear to people which groups or crews can use each boat. This has meant that people have[…]
D.A.R.C. and team arena have formed a partnership to design and run corporate and team events at the club. The club has run occasional corporate and team events over the years in response to requests, and myself and a few other regulars, have usually been involved. The idea now is to try to build a[…]