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We are full for WEHORR

Thames has now received a maximum number of requests to boat from the club for the Women’s Eights Head of the River and we are unable to accommodate any mor…

Assistant junior coach wanted

Thames Rowing Club is currently seeking an assistant junior coach to join the coaching team for the 2018/19 season. We are looking for a coach who would to be available for all weekend water…

Tideway match racing: a clean sweep

The weekend of 16 and 17 February saw the 72nd year of the Boustead Cup between London and Thames, and the inaugural running of two new cups for women – the Casey and Rayner Cups.

On Saturday…

Quintin Head 2019

Quintin Head this year gave us a biting cold tailwind and a whole load of third places in a positive start to 2019.

The men’s 1st 8 finished third overall and third in the open champ category,…

Remenham Challenge 2018

A total of 12 Thames crews took to a cold and choppy Tideway before Christmas to contest the Remenham Challenge. With 68 crews racing from across the 7 founding clubs and Wadham College, it was a…

Coxes wanted

After a particularly large intake this year Thames is looking for coxes to join its women’s and development men’s squads.

Women’s coxes are asked to commit to two weekday evening outings plus…

Fours Head and Vet Fours Head 2018

Fours Head

It was a good day out on the Tideway at Fours Head for Thames, with strong performances across the board.

The club picked up one win, in W4+ Club Championship. The crew of…

Autumn racing 2018

Thames crews have been racing around the world throughout the autumn with a series of excellent early-season results.

Pairs Head took place in early October in horrible wet and windy conditions.

Thames wins the Amstelbeker

Both our men’s and women’s crews performed well against classy opposition at the Amstelbeker regatta in Amsterdam in mid-September with the men triumphing in the ‘Palmbeker’ for the overall men’s…

Coaching for the 2018/19 season

Thames RC is delighted to unveil its coaching structure for the 2018/19 season. We are excited to announce that Sander Smulders will now be leading the women’s programme for the coming season as…

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