As a result of problems with the river level the Allcomers Regatta scheduled for 9th July has been postponed and will now take place on Sunday 24th September. The Allcomers is for people who have never rowed before but who want to give it a try. All you need is a team of 4 people.[…]
Overnight on 27th/28th June the sluice gate at the old mill adjacent to Durham School Boat House appears to have failed. The river level has dropped around 20cm overnight.
As such no Durham ARC crews are allowed to go afloat until further notice. Once the river levels have stabilised we will be able to assess the river and determine which parts are still deep enough for use. More importantly we need to identify any submerged objects that are now likely to cause damage.
The Juniors went to York on Sunday June 18th for York Summer Regatta, along with a crew from the Senior Women and one from the Masters Men, returning with wins in 6 events. Forty-seven events were contested overall in 3 divisions over a 1000 metre course on the River Ouse. Both the J14 boys double[…]
JUNE/JULY and AUGUST 2017 To develop skills in fine single sculls aimed at:- crew scullers who want to develop single sculling skills/enhance their ‘boat-moving’ ability those who aspire to race in a single scull in the future Minimum requirements: to have sat in a fine single scull you will need access to a single scull[…]
Durham Amateur Rowing Club Chairman Barry Hudson has been awarded the MBE for Services to the Community and Rowing in the Queen’s Birthday Honours. Barry is a long-standing member of the Club which he has served in many capacities for over 50 years. Born in Sidegate in Durham City in 1945 Barry was educated at[…]
Weather conditions didn’t detract from the usual high standard of racing at the region’s premier event of the year on June 10th and 11th. For the second time Durham Regatta fell on the same weekend as the National Masters Championships in Nottingham, meaning no masters events at Durham with so many masters away racing. A[…]
DARC Masters were out in force at the British Rowing Masters Championships held at the National Watersports Centre at Holme Pierrepont on June 10th and 11th, the same weekend as Durham Regatta, returning from Nottingham with a good haul of medals. This year’s Championships was the biggest ever, with 940 entries from 140 clubs, showing[…]
Round 4 of the Northern Explore Series took place at Tees Rowing club on June 4th. This was the annual sculling skills round, where competitors race against the clock on a circular course over 1km between the Princess of Wales Bridge and the Infinity Bridge, carrying out a series of tests along the way, including[…]
Revision of the Club Constitution and Rules was approved at a Special General Meeting on June 1st 2017. The new version can be found at https:/www.durham-arc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/DARC-Constitution-and-Rules-revised-June-2017.pdf
Entries are now open for the Allcomers Regatta on July 9th. See the Allcomers page for details.
If you’ve never rowed before but want to have a go then Durham ARC’s annual Allcomers Regatta is the ideal opportunity. This year’s Allcomers is on Sunday July 9th. All you need is a team of 4 people. Full details and entry forms can be found on the Allcomers Regatta page. Boats are provided by[…]