The bowls section held the draw for their internal competitions last week for the first time via zoom.
Olivia Joyce, who took up rowing at Warwick Boat Club only five years ago, has won a silver medal the World Indoor Rowing Championships – without leaving her living room.
The 31-year-old won her medal with a personal best time of 1 minute 40.9 seconds in the women’s lightweight (30 -39 age category) final in the four-day championships in which 935 rowers competed from 63 countries.
Congratulations to our WBC winners:
Lucia Cassidy- Junior player of the year
Martin Durrant- Senior player of the year (pictured)
Sam Wesley- runner up Adult player of the year
Twenty-seven teams, involving some sixty WBC members, participated in the 21 February quiz. It was won by Don Clark and his family, by some distance
Warwick Boat Club has partnered with Bright Ideas for Tennis (https://www.brightideasfortennis.org/iplay30.php) to help local disadvantaged youngsters participate in tennis. Students from Evergreen School in Warwick (was Round Oak school) attended the first session on Wednesday 14th October with great results, as you can see.
Challenging times, but did you know how much is going on at your club?
Formula 1 driver Esteban Ocon visited Warwick Boat Club last Tuesday, 4 August, as he geared up for last weekend’s Grand Prix at Silverstone.
The Frenchman, who drives for Renault, was accompanied by his physio Dan for a game of tennis at the club as part of his preparation for the British race.
Visit http://www.warwickboatclub.co.uk/rowing-new-members/ for the dates and further information on how to book onto the course.