Restored scull unveiled at River & Rowing Museum

The final chapter was written in the restoration of ‘J Hopper’ with the unveiling of the finished article on March 27th 2017 at the River and Rowing Museum in Henley. J Hopper (formerly named Maxwell) is a single clinker scull named after an eminent Hexham-based professional sculler of the 1920s and 1930s called Jack Hopper.[…]

Long lost Minute Book reveals club history

The Club Minute Book covering the years between 1923 and 1951 has come to light recently, enabling Barry to add some fascinating facts from the club history to the timeline which can be found on the club’s website. As well as this it has been possible to fill in some gaps in the historical record[…]

Successful day at Yorkshire Head

There were 5 wins for Durham ARC at the Yorkshire Head on Saturday March 11th, the Masters F eight taking the accolades in division 1, posting the 15th fastest time out of over 200 crews contesting the 2 divisions, and the 9th fastest time (17.28.9) after applying the masters age category handicap adjustment. Division 1[…]

All to play for on the Tideway

The 2017 Tideway Heads season gets underway with the Women’s Eights Head of the River Race on March 11th and culminates with the Cancer Research UK Boat Races between Oxford and Cambridge Universities on April 2nd, all taking place over the same reach of the River Thames between Mortlake and Putney. The Women’s Eights Head[…]