Warwick Boat Club News

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All4One Summer 2021

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Tennis Finals Day 2021

Having missed a year it felt special to have our club tournament back in 2021. Full details of all the results are available at https://www.warwickboatclub.co.uk/tennis-honours-board/

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Special Guests Event a big hit!

The visit of some top UK tennis stars on Saturday 26 June attracted many participants and spectators, raising thousands of pounds towards the WBC Disability Tennis Programme

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Enoksen Watches appointed Official Timekeeper

The club is delighted to appoint Enoksen Watches as Official Timekeeper and Sponsor of the Club Tennis Tournament, for at least three years.  Founded by past first-team player Hans Enoksen (pictured left), who many will remember, and with past tennis captain Paul Martin (pictured right) as COO, the link to the Boat Club is strong.  Enoksen is also Official Timekeeper to two ATP Tournaments held in Sweden each year, the Stockholm Open and the Nordea Open, and has tennis pro Mikael Pernfors, golfer Paul Lawrie and Formula 1 / Le Mans driver Jan Magnussen as Ambassadors, amongst others.

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Boat Club Triple qualify for County Final and will represent Warwickshire at the National Championships

 National Final spot awaits Boat Club Trio

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Disability Tennis - Back in Business!

The disabled tennis initiative with Evergreen Special School has recommenced with great success.

Learn-to-Row dates announced

We are pleased to announce the dates for the next learn-to-row course, to start on 17th May this year.

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WARWICK BOAT CLUB’S OLIVIA JOYCE WINS SILVER IN ROWING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

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.