Gold for Canadian paddlers

A team of outrigger canoe paddlers from British Columbia in Canada spent a week at a training camp in Durham before going on to win gold medals at the World Championships at Dorney Lake between August 8th and 16th. The paddlers from the Powell River Outrigger Canoe Society were part of a Salish Sea squad[…]

Senior squad recruitment 2022-23

Our growing senior men and women’s squads are looking for experienced new faces to join them for the 2022/23 season. Perhaps you’re a student who can’t quite commit to university training or you’re a returning rower from a few years out of the sport? Both sculling and sweep opportunities are available in a range of[…]

When the boat comes in

Many of the boats in Durham ARC’s fleet have been given ‘Darc’ names but others have been named after individuals with interesting stories, a few of which are below. Erik Whiteley (coxed four) Born at Riverside House on the River Wear in 1933 Erik Whiteley learned to love boats, and the craftsmanship that went into[…]

Company articles revised at SGM

The 2022 Annual General Meeting and Special General Meeting took place on July 14th. Minutes of the AGM are available on the Downloads page along with copies of the Resolution passed at the SGM and the revised Company Articles of Association. Incorporated on March 24th 2020 Durham Amateur Rowing Club 1860 Limited was adopted by[…]