Head of the Trent

With the Tideway Heads season fast approaching there was a good win for Durham’s Masters F Eight at the Head of the Trent in Nottingham on February 26th. The crew was 4th finisher of the 13 masters 8+s entered in division 3 over a 6km course shortened due to windy conditions. Taking into account masters[…]

Junior Inter Regional Trials

Despite very challenging conditions it was a successful day for the juniors on Saturday at the Junior Inter-Regional Trials at Cambois RC, with wins for the WJ16 8+, WJ15 4+, WJ15 4x+, and WJ14 4x+. Every girl from the club who raced was in a winning crew. Results of the trials determine crew selections to[…]

Durham Small Boats Head 2017

Durham Small Boats Head took place on February 4th 2017 in calm conditions with spells of winter sunshine, the rising river level after overnight rain making the afternoon divisions more challenging. A busy day ensued with a full entry in all 4 divisions and 370 crews and scullers completing the course, with no reported incidents.[…]

Durham Regatta website launch

The launch of Durham Regatta’s new website took place at Durham ARC on Monday this week.  The new design honours the rich history and traditon of the Regatta but has a contemporary, modern feel. The website https://durham-regatta.org.uk/ is also optimised for all mobile devices – ensuring that everyone can easily access the information relevant to them.[…]

Volunteer of the Year Awards

Recognising the volunteers who make a significant contribution to the sport the awards presentation to the winners of British Rowing’s Volunteer of the Year for 2016 took place at a lunch at the River & Rowing Museum at Henley-on-Thames on February 4th. Winner of the Event Administration award for the Northern Region, on behalf of[…]