UPDATED: 3 July 2019
BOATHOUSE PHONE NUMBER: 07743 250365
Summer Training Programmes
If you want to stay fit over the summer (and boss that 2k ergo test when you get back in September) then check out the holiday training programme on your squad page):
Pre-Season Training Camps
For current RGS rowers only. Get ready for the new season! Click on the appropriate links below. NB. Make sure you sign up for the correct age group and click on the date column in the poll to register your name otherwise it won't go through properly. The age groups are the ones that apply for 2018-19 academic year.
Wednesday 28 August
J14s 10am to 12pm: doodle.com/poll/u4pvb753fbqrfqgp
J15s-17s 1.30-3.30pm: doodle.com/poll/3ktthtr3y956ngik
Thursday 29 August
J14s 10am to 12pm: doodle.com/poll/kf5hufay6qeyp5ad
J15s-17s 1.30-3.30pm: doodle.com/poll/62267cmv9ieqhie8
Check out the latest details for the summer holiday and 2019-20 rowing season in our Rowing Bulletins below:
The blog has been updated with more photos. https://schoolweb.rgsw.org.uk/sport/rowing/easter-camp
West Midlands Championships
A great day's racing (despite the weather). RGS crews did us proud. Well done to all our rowers, coaches and thank you to our spectators who cheered us on through the rain and wind. The blog is now updated with a report from the event.
The final results are here:
Division 1 WMJRC Div 1 - results .pdf
Division 2 WMJRC Div 2 - results .pdf
Division 3 WMJRC Div 3 - results .pdf
Worcester Spring Head
Saturday 9 March - crew lists posted on the Rowing Fixtures page.
Worcester Indoor Champs Blog
The Blog is now updated with news and photos from the weekend. schoolweb.rgsw.org.uk/sport/rowing/rowing-blog
12 Days of Christmas Holiday Training
We're leaving this here just in case some of you would like to train over half-term!
THE ROWING BLOG IS UPDATED WITH REPORTS FROM MICHAELMAS TERM AND NEWS OF OUR BOAT RACE CONTENDER.
Congratulations to these rowers who achieved over 100,000 metres each of runs, ergos, water training over the 12 weeks of the Michaelmas Term and were awarded a certificate for their efforts. The prizewinners of our Row to Henley challenge were:
Phoebe Ellis-Tait: 345,079 metres
Ben Walker: 474,113 metres
RGS Worcester Rowers are:
GRACIOUS: courteous, modest, kind, pleasant
SELFLESS: not thinking about yourself but putting others first
WILLING: co-operative and happy to help
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