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We are now taking bookings for our 2019 Junior Learn to Row programme. We have week long sessions in April, May and July available. For more details see the Junior Learn to Row or Cox Page.

If you have any questions, please contact jltr@marlowroingclub.org.uk or to register for a place, go to https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/2019jltr

 

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 If you're away at University and rowing with another club, or you've moved overseas or even training with the GB Squad, we'd like you to stay connected with MRC and welcome you back when you are around in the holidays or sub into boats. 

So we've updated our membership policy to recognise our "Second Club" scheme which offers reduced membership fees to reflect the time you actually spend at MRC. If this applies to you, contact the membership secretary David Plaskitt membership@marlowrowingclub.org.uk 

Want a team-building exercise with a difference?

Fancy learning a new skill?

Looking for inspiration from our Olympic Greats?

Or just fancy a fun day out on the river with friends? 

If so, then our “Marlow Rowing Experience Day” could be just what you are looking for.

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Henley TV2018 Victor Ludorum 34 Aug 2018 The Senior Women and Young Veterans squads headed to Henley T&V for an action-packed regatta. We took a fully laden T1 and launched a small flotilla of single sculls, doubles, pairs, coxless fours, quads and an eight. We had a significant number of wins including some nail biting Marlow / Marlow finals.

The winners were:

  • W1x Pippa H
  • W4x- Helen Trudi Ailish Anna W
  • Z2X Buckeridge Hill
  • W2- Rachel Laurie
  • D4– Ed Gary JY and Vince
  • F4- Dave F Richard B Malcolm and Dickie

Building from the milestone Marlow Spring Regatta, Marlow Town Regatta 2018 further pushed the adaptive support forward increased the number of adaptive medal events from 11 to 14 – the biggest adaptive/pararowing competition in the UK.  It also experimented with a number of refinements to the adaptive racing protocols to improve safety, operation, and satisfaction from the athletes.

Also of interest to those reading this will be the feature on River-based Regattas, which includes a section on Marlow Town Regatta, and which appears in the June/July 2018 edition of British Rowing's River & Rowing Magazine.  See link here

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This is an amazing opportunity for you and up to 5 guests to enjoy Finals Day (Sunday, 8th July) at Henley Royal Regatta together with Naomi Riches on board Thumbelina

The auction is in support of IN-vision - for further details, please see please visit www.in-vision.org.uk

To bid, please email liz@in-vision.org.uk. The closing date for bidding has just been extended to midnight on 3rd July.

For further details, please click here for flyer.

 

  • Largest Adaptive Regatta in the UK – With 17 registered athletes, from 8 different clubs across the country, Marlow Spring has grown to be the biggest adaptive event in the country.

 High Court Judge Chancery Division 1990-2005

Honorary Fellow Oriel College Oxford 2000.

MRC Captain 1957

MRC Chairman 1971-86

MRC President 1992-2007

MRC Vice-President and Honorary Life Member

Lady Sheila Ferris has reported to us the sad news that her husband, Sir Francis died on Monday 26th March, aged 86.

Sir Francis had the unique distinction to be the only member to have held the posts of Captain, Chairman and President, spanning half a century in the process. As a young oarsman, he was captain in 1957. He followed that with 15 years as Chairman and 15 as President.

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July 2017: Congratulations to Marlow Rowing Club's Kingsley Ijomah for winning Gold for England in the Home International Regatta!

 

 

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Congratulations to Holly Furniss from the Senior Women's Squad who completed a marathon on the ergo on 19th March 2018 to raise funds for Cancer Research