Training while the club is closed is hard. The uncertainty and changing advice makes continuing to train both a physical and mental challenge – perhaps the toughest you’ve faced yet. If you’re feeling isolated please know you are not the only one and the purple army are right here with you in spirit. The advice […]
The end of 2019 brought a flurry of Tideway success for YCRC with six pennant wins across three events and the honour of receiving the discretionary Davison Award from the Fuller’s Head of the River Fours. First down to London were the brave souls racing at Pairs Head, notorious for tricky weather conditions. Luckily 6th […]
Nine YCRC members made the journey to the World Rowing Master’s Regatta held on Lake Velence, near Budapest, Hungary from 11-15 September. YCRC has become a regular competitor in this international regatta, attended by over 3200 athletes from around the world aged from 27 to 80+ and held in venues across the world. The previous […]
Entries for the 2019 York Autumn Sculls are now open! Raced over 4,500m from Rawcliffe to Old Boathouse downstream, it’s a friendly way to ease back into Head Season. New for this year is a 1/2 Mile Head division for open 4x+ and 4+ – head to the event page for more info.
A total of 45 YCRC juniors competed at the British Rowing Junior Championships in July, coming home with a host of impressive results, topped off by a silver in the J142x omnium and a bronze in the WJ161x. The Junior Championships combine high-quality side by side racing with, for the younger juniors, the omnium which […]
Former YCRC junior and honorary life member, Lucy Edmunds, won a fantastic silver medal at the 2019 World Rowing U23 Championships last month Lucy was one of 50 athletes selected in early July to represent GB at the championships in Sarasota, Florida, USA, rowing in the Women’s 8+. Having previously represented GB at junior level, […]