Taster sessions have now been completed and unfortunately all of the follow on learn to row courses are full.
If you have a strong sporting background and would like to be assessed for direct entry to the senior development squads, please see our membership pages.
The Details for the Yorkshire Head on 15th March are now available on the Yorkshire Rowing website. Entries close 12 noon Sunday 9th March.
Results for the Small Boats Head are now available here. Hope you all had a great day. Next open event is the Yorkshire Head, 15th March 2014.
Photos of the event are available here
The Draw for the Small Boats Head is now available on the event page. There's also a map of the course with parking locations and marshall areas.
Please Note - Lendal Bridge will be closed to cars between 10am and 5pm on race day by the City of York Council so it's advised to use Ouse Bridge or Skeldergate Bridge to cross the river. Fines of £60 will be imposed on any motorist crossing between these hours. More info is available on their website.
All squads travelled to Tees for the long distance sculls and small boats head. 16 wins across the day!
In the morning event, YCRC won Elite 4x (fastest time of the day), J18 4x, J17 2x, MasB 4x, J15 4x+, Novice 2x, J16 1x,WJ18 1x, WJ14 4x+, WMasC 1x .
In the afternoon event, the wins were in J18 4x, MasC 4x, J16 4x, WJ18 4x, WIm3 4+, WIm2 4+
Next stop, York Small Boats Head in 2 weeks.
The club has another success to celebrate in what is turning out to be quite a special anniversary year. In September three boats traveled to the beautiful lake Varese in northern Italy to complete in the World Rowing Master’s Regatta. The women’s masters coxed four fought off five other crews to take victory in the ‘C’ age category race. A full write up appeared in the York Press here: