RESOLUTE * GRACIOUS * SELFLESS * WILLING
UPDATED: 23 October 2018
Welcome to RGS Worcester Boat Club
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QUOTE OF THE WEEK: If you settle for nothing less than your best, you will be amazed at what you can accomplish in your life.
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Week starting 22 October: Week B
Monday 22 October - normal sessions after school (Week B)
Tuesday 23 October - non-DofE / CCF Performance scullers on the river
Wednesday 24 October - NO after school sessions because of Modus (unless you need to do the catch-up 2k@24 - J16-18 boys, in which case you should attend the Fitness Suite, you will be finished by 4.45pm)
Thursday 25 October - ALL sessions are at the river (NOT the Fitness Suite) - boys and girls. Enjoy the LAST after-school water session before the clocks turn back...
Advance notice: Saturday sessions in November
There are changes to the first two Saturday sessions after half-term, due to fixtures for the Senior rowers. Please make a note of these so that you attend the right session at the right time!
SATURDAY 10 NOVEMBER
10am to 12pm: ALL J15s + Senior rowers not racing at Henley.
12.30-2.30pm: J14 boys
2.30-4.30pm: J14 girls
SATURDAY 17 NOVEMBER (Sixth Form Open Morning)
10am to 12pm: ALL J15s
Monkton Bluefriars Head. Well done to all our rowers who worked hard and rowed brilliantly! Results are below.
MONKTON RESULTS: www.bluefriars.org.uk/sbh/2018/docs/results/resultsLONG.pdf
Well done to everyone who competed at Worcester Autumn Head. Results:
We only entered the afternoon division but if you want to compare with morning division here are the morning results:
Michaelmas Weekly Sessions
Tuesday and Saturday morning sessions are by invitation-only. Sixth form rowers please check your emails.
Year Nine Rowing
Details: Year Nine Rowing Update Sept 18.pdf
Fixtures List is posted for next term along with key dates for 2018-19 for Performance Rowers. Check the dates now! schoolweb.rgsw.org.uk/sport/rowing/rowing-fixtures-and-crew-lists
Rowing Bulletin: July 2018
End-of-Season Regatta and Boat Naming
Thank you to everyone who supported this event on Saturday - the blog has been updated with words and pictures. If you have any photos please either email them to me or post them on the Pullinger Boat Club Facebook page. We couldn't have done it without our legions of parents and helpers who made cakes, flipped burgers, sold drinks and cleared up everything at the end of the day. THANK YOU!
Crew lists and race order for EoS Regatta
Quads: You decide who coxes – there is a cox in every boat but you may wish to row instead! You decide the seat positions. The boat allocation will be done on the day by the toss of a coin. The course is railway bridge to the second landing stage outside the boat house. It’s knockout so race hard!
Crews for the first three races ALL boat and row to the start together. If anyone is missing from this list or is listed and shouldn't be then email me straight away: firstname.lastname@example.org If we don't have subs the coaches will row...
Q1: Jasmine Atkinson, Emily Smith, Ben Wastie, Angus Day, Ben Walker
Q2: Lizzie Fearon, Lottie Bond, Malachy Larkin, Edward Fish, Jacob Dyson
Q3: Ellie Jones, Bella Hulbert, James Larkin, Ben Jarvis, Nik Judge
Q4: Nelly Ledger, Olivia Richardson, Tom Hislop, Ben Holland, Edward Smith
D1: Amelia Fish & Alec Berry
D2: Emma Little & Harry Chaplin
SWAP CREWS then crews for Races 4 to 6 boat and row to the start together
Q5: Phoebe Ellis-Tait, India Southwick, Guy Duffy, Casson Holland, George Garrity
Q6: Mia Fletcher, Zara Povey, Harry Lord, Matt Powell, Jack Beasley
Q7: Ella Gibbs, Lizzie McCabe, Olly Bailey, Freddie Davies, Adam Smith
Q8: Florence Hobson, Ed Grubb, Daniel Hall, James Preece, Theo Hercules
D3: Francine Bath & Ben Walker (note Ben doubling up)
D4: Darcy Simon & Harry Smith
SWAP CREWS then crews for Races 7 and 8 boat and row to the start together
Winner of Race One v Winner of Race Two
Winner of Race Four v Winner of Race Five
Losing crew takes boat off the water – two quads left on for final.
SHORT BREAK FOR REFRESHMENTS.
Winner of race 3 versus winner of race 6
Winner of race 7 versus winner of race 8
All boats off the water. Followed by presentation of the very expensive cups + farewell speech to our captains and Upper Sixth rowers. Vote of thanks to the organising committee.
Cat Launch to be taken off water. Tidy up. Put boats away.
National Schools Regatta
Well done to everyone who took part in NSR. We had a brilliant time and some good results too. The blog is now updated: schoolweb.rgsw.org.uk/sport/rowing/rowing-blog
NEW! Check out the new Ergo & test scores page - all your scores in one place - AND our Fundraising Page for forthcoming events. The 2015-17 Rowing Blog has now been moved to the Archive page (see lefthand menu). The 2017-18 Blog will start soon!
CORE WORKOUT SHEETS. If you cannot make a training session & cannot do the workout on the training plan. Please do a HIIT session & core circuit. Follow the links: Core Workout.docx Lateral Core Workout 1.docx
Start of season assessment scores - now moved to the Ergo & Test Scores page
Start of Season Briefing
If you missed the Start of Season briefing on Saturday the PowerPoint slides are on the Rowing Handbook page (see lefthand menu)
NEW: Land & water WARM UP SHEETS.
Please follow the link & learn the warm ups. EVERYONE will use these to warm up for ALL SESSIONS & RACES
BACK TO SCHOOL Rowing Bulletin
The Fixtures List is now posted, along with Important Dates for 2018. Please check the dates, note any clashes and follow the school sports absence procedure if you need to request permission to miss a fixture.
The Weekly Session Planner is now posted for the first half of Michaelmas Term. NB. Rowers joining in Year Nine (J14) - your after-school sessions will be Thursdays from 1st October (venue TBC). schoolweb.rgsw.org.uk/sport/rowing/weekly-sessions
Photo of the season!
Happy Girls winning at Evesham Regatta - WELL DONE!!!
Portugal Rowing Camp
Well done rowers and thank you coaches for all your hard work.
Click here for pictures & blog: Easter Camp
We LOVE Rowing!
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!
GRACIOUS: courteous, modest, kind, pleasant
SELFLESS: not thinking about yourself but putting others first
WILLING: co-operative and happy to help