UPDATED: 20 March 2017

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Schools' Head and Scullery crews 

Trailer loading is 4-5.30pm Wednesday 22 March.ALL competitors are expected to attend.

RACE PLAN for SCHOOLS HEAD CREWS: Schools head race plan.pdf

NO Training: Saturday 25 March

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Rowers' Talent Night

In aid of Teenage Cancer Trust and the Easter Rowing Camp 2017

SOLD OUT!

Sixth formers over the age of 18 need to submit a signed consent form if they wish to consume alcohol at this event. Download the form here: Alcohol Consent Form.pdf

Hand the completed and signed form to Mrs Sullivan by 5pm on Friday 3 March. 

NOTE: alcohol will not be served to school pupils who have not supplied a form signed by their parents. 

Our talented rowers are putting on a spectacular evening of entertainment - song, dance and music. Eleven acts have been lined up for the show which kicks off at 7pm on Friday 3 March in Perrins Hall. Tickets are £8 and include a light supper of Mediterranean dishes. There is a Grand Raffle with some top prizes including a fabulous L'Occitane Gift Set, Rock the Boat rowing towels, Oarsport goodies, bottles of bubbly, chocolates and more!

AUCTION LOTS

We have two 'money can't buy' items in our Auction. 

1. A signed Worcester Warriors shirt


2. Rio 2016 official GB rowing gilet and visor - how cool is that?



We will be taking sealed bids for these Lots on the evening of the Talent Night. 

Book your tickets by emailing pullingerboatclub2@gmail.com

Tickets may be collected from Mrs Sullivan in the PE Office - Monday to Thursday lunchtimes. (Cash or cheques payable to Pullinger Boat Club.)

Want to own this little fella? Come to our Talent Evening and Name the Bear!

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Pitchcroft Run Times

J15 short course J15 Pitchcroft short course 2 Feb 17.pdf

UPDATED WITH CORRECT TIMES J16-18 Pitchcroft Long Course 1 February 2017.pdf

2017 FIXTURES' LIST IS NOW PUBLISHED - CLICK ON ROWING FIXTURES IN THE LEFTHAND MENU FOR DETAILS. CHECK FOR CLASHES NOW!!

Monmouth Christmas Head

Our four crews had a relaxing and enjoyable day in Monmouth - and the sun shone! Special mention goes to Emma Little who subbed into the WJ16 quad at the very last minute (getting the call up last night) and Nelly Ledger who was subbed in earlier this week and steered a coxless quad for the very first time today! 

Results are here: W2016 Final Results.pdf


Year Nine - End-of-term Rowing Bulletin

Year Nine Rowing Bulletin – December 2016.pdf

Monmouth Christmas Head - SUNDAY 11 December

The draw is now published: www.monmouthrc.org.uk/

Transport details are on the Rowing Fixtures page.

Wycliffe Small Boats - Saturday 3 December

Well done to all our competitors at Wycliffe. Our medallists were: 

Silver: Open coxless quad (Harry Smith, Ashley Nock, Ben Thomson, Harry Gemmill) also third fastest crew of the day behind King’s and Hartpury’s top quads.

Silver: Open Coxless quad (Alec Berry, Ashley Nock, Ben Thomson, Harry Gemmill) (sixth fastest crew of the day). We were 0.3 of a second from Gold in this event (Shrewsbury 8:32.7 minutes; RGS 8:33.0). 

Silver: Open double (Alec Berry, Matthew Hill)

Silver: Women’s Novice Double (Amelia Fish, Elle Mortimer)

Silver: Open Novice Double (Felix Haynes, Fraser Sparks)

Bronze: J15 boys’ coxed quad (Ben Walker, Ben Jarvis, Jack Beasley, Adam Smith, Guy Milton (cox))

Saturday 12 November - Time Trial results

Interesting conditions yesterday - there was a very fast stream which showed up in the downstream results! If you compare these up and downstream results with the last time trial from 1 November you will see how stream affects times! 

Time trials 12 Nov 16.pdf

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Time Trial / Run results 1-7 November

Half-term Rowing Camp Time trials Time trials 1 Nov 16.pdf

Pitchcroft Long Course 7 November 2016 Pitchroft Long 7 Nov 16.pdf

Henley Sculls

Great team work today. Well done everyone. Henley Sculls is a tough event but we now know where we stand! Have a good rest and see you on Monday for trailer unloading at 4pm.

 Results are posted here: www.henleyopenevents.co.uk/results

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Latest information:

October Rowing Bulletin:

Rowing Bulletin 21 October 2016.pdf

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Attendance Records - first half of Michaelmas term

Click on the links below to check your attendance so far this term. Congratulations to the following rowers who achieved 100% attendance:

Florence Hobson, James Larkin, Malachy Larkin, Liam Leonard, Ashley Nock, Ben Walker.

Targets for attendance at J16-18 are 90% for Performance Squad (six sessions a week including Games); 50% for Development Squad (three sessions including Games). Early morning sessions on a Tuesday are not counted in the overall attendance records but are recorded.

Targets for attendance at J15 are four sessions a week including Games.

Targets for attendance at J14 are three sessions a week including Games.

Girls' Attendance M16.pdf

V2 Boys' Attendance M16 .pdf (corrected)

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Time trial results - 8 October

time trials 8 10 16.pdf

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Congratulations to Tom Dyson and the GB Rowing Team

As the last of the Paralympic athletes heads home after a stunning summer of sport in Brazil, one RGS Worcester old boy has cause to feel very proud of his part in the GB Rowing Team’s success. Tom Dyson is the Team GB Lead Coach to the Paralympic rowers who won three Gold and one Bronze medal at Rio 2016. RGS Worcester Boat Club has named its new elite Cobra double after Tom and he will be visiting school on 9 November to name his boat and to talk to students about his experience at Rio 2016. We look forward to saying CONGRATULATIONS to him, in person!





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Year Eight Information about Rowing in Year Nine 

2016 Introduction to rowing RGSWBCpdf.pdf


Essential reading: The Chimp Paradox: the Mind Management Programme to help you Achieve Success, Confidence and Happiness by Steve Peters. If you do nothing else this summer read this book. Dr Peters is the psychiatrist credited with helping numerous athletes win gold at London 2012 - find out more here www.bnymellonbrilliant.com/learnbrilliant/learning-manage-your-inner-chimp NOW READ THE BOOK! 

RGS Worcester Boat Club is supported by: 

The Pullinger Boat Club

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