Rowing Crews

Rowing Crews at Warwick Boat Club

Our Men’s, Women’s and Veteran squads cater for all levels of rowing ability, from experienced rowers who compete across both sweep and sculling, to members who row as a social activity.

The squads compete locally, regionally and nationally and in recent years have enjoyed success at a National level at Henley and National Master’s competitions.

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  • How you can join
  • When does it happen?

How you can join

If you have no experience of rowing or sculling at all and would like to try out this exciting sport then WBC offers an eight session 'Learn-to-Row' Course run over 4 weeks. Run by our qualified volunteer coaches, the LTR course teaches the basic skills required to be able to move into our Novice Squad. These include land based fitness, safety, timing and balance skills, followed by basic rowing and sculling techniques aimed at enabling each student to be able to participate safely and competently in a Novice crew boat.

To find out more information please contact the course coordinator by email on: learn-to-row@warwickboatclub.co.uk or check out our New Members page.

For experienced rowers who would like to find out more about how to become a member, please contact one of our squad captains by emailing rc@warwickboatclub.co.uk.

When does it happen?

Facilities are available throughout the week for members to use and there are a number of club run sessions such as club circuits, side by side sessions, nose to tail sessions, novice sessions and improver sessions.

Refer to Weekly Sessions page for details.


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