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Ghent May and Borne at Chiswick regattas

The senior squad decamped to Belgium for the first weekend in May in search of speed and medals. Overall it was a successful weekend with plenty of bling to bring home.

On Saturday there wer…

Charles Eugster

It was with sadness that Thames RC learned of the death of longstanding member Charles Eugster on the evening of April 26 2017 due to complications following heart failure. Charles was…

Wallingford and Chiswick Regattas 2017

The Dorney crosswind was in full effect for Wallingford Regatta 2017, causing the organisers to cancel most of the finals and run a series of time-trials instead. For Thames that meant a number of…

Pots at Hammersmith

The traditional regatta season-opener, Hammersmith Amateur Regatta, saw the novices and a handful of intrepid scullers take to the Tideway for their first side-by-side tests.

Thames came away wit…

Thames at WEHORR 2017

On a surprisingly warm and fairly calm March day Thames had rowers in six crews racing at the Women’s Eights Head of the River – two intermediate, two novice and one masters B crew of our own, plus…

Reading and Hammersmith heads 2017

A busy weekends racing saw the senior squads take on many of the best crews in the Thames Valley at Reading University Head on the first Saturday in March, with the masters, novices and juniors…

Thames retain the Boustead Cup

The 70th anniversary edition of the Boustead Cup, the annual grudge match between Thames and London RC, took place on Saturday 25 February 2017 with the Bousteads themselves following in t…

Four pennants at Quintin Head

2017 started with a bang for Thames with a whole bagful of pennants at the Quintin Head.

Our senior men were fastest overall, beating an elite crew from University of London by five seconds. T…

Remenham Challenge 2016

The annual Remenham Challenge, against our six fellow founding clubs (Kingston, London, Molesey, Staines, Twickenham and Vesta) took place on Saturday 17 December.

The morning’s heavy fog lifted…

Thames scoops PLA safety award

Thames Rowing Club is delighted to have won the tenth Port of London Authority (PLA) annual Rowing Safety Award, along with a £1,250 cash prize.

The Code of Practice for Rowing was developed…

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