York Summer Regatta Success for YCRC

Held in the centre of York, York Summer Regatta saw nearly 200 crews from clubs from as far afield as Cambridge come together for a day’s worth of racing in the glorious sunshine on the 24th June. YCRC crews had a fantastic day, winning 23 out of the 51 events, many wins coming from our […]

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British Rowing Masters Championship 2018

A flotilla of masters boats headed to Nottingham this past weekend to take part in the British Rowing Masters Championships 2018, and came home laden with a raft of medals! Saturday dawned bright and early with our scullers taking to the water in small boats across the age categories and levels of experience.  The famed […]

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Nottingham City, Club & Masters and NSR 2018
Women's Band3 4x winners at Nottingham City Regatta 2018

It was another busy weekend of hard multi-lane racing for YCRC crews from across the squads YCRC sent two crews to National School’s Regatta at Dorney Lake: Lucy and Katharina in the Champ 2x, and the Boy’s J184x. One of the highlights of the junior racing season, the regatta always produces tight racing of a […]

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Pairs Head 2017

A flotilla of YCRC 2-person crews headed to London this weekend for the annual Pairs Head, with a host of different 2xs from across the squads (J18, WJ18, MixMasB/C and WMas D/E) as well as an intrepid 2- from our senior men. Conditions were fair for the racers, and the race passed without incident – […]

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York 50+ Rowing Taster Session

As part of the 2017 York 50+ Festival, on 5th October YCRC held a special rowing taster session for those looking for a new way to keep active and meet new people. Participants toured out boathouse, and were put through their paces on the ergs before taking to the water in Shambles for an introduction […]

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Four Men in a Boat

It was birthday cake all round as four men from York City Rowing Club celebrated their birthdays. Stuart Gill (85), Dick Gradley (85), Philip Stubley (77), and John Sparrow (70) did what they love doing most – sculling on the River Ouse. STUART GILL was born into rowing. He started coxing aged 14, and sculling […]

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