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First Race of 2024 🎉 And the medals train continues 🚂 W Nov 4+ 🥇 O Nov 2x 🥇&🥉 O 2x 🥉👀 W Nov 8+ 🥇 W J16 1x 🥇 O Nov 4x+ 🥇&🥉 Also big kudos to our LTR graduates taking part in their first-ever head race in some extreme conditions 🌬️ 👨🎓👩🎓👨🎓👩🎓👨🎓👩🎓 📸@jamesrayrowing_coaching😍
Last weekend, 23 members of the club headed up North to Inverness for the Caley Marina Fours and Small Boats Head 2023. With 4 divisions of racing, approximately 150 boats in each division and most clubs in Scotland (plus Tees from the North of England) attending, it’s the largest time trial race in Scotland.
Joe and Katie recently travelled to Turin, Italy to compete in an International Mixed Ability Sporting event (IMAS). They competed with adaptive rowers from Stratford upon Avon, Ross on Wye and Cork against atheletes for the host club Armida, other areas of Italy, Spain and Portugal.
As well as enjoying the event, they managed to pick up some international silverware (medals). Joe won Silver in the Quad, Silver in the Double and Bronze in another Quad. Katie won Gold in the Quad and Silver in both the Double and her Single.
Amazing achievements from two excellent athletes and GRC representatives.
Another AMAZING day of racing for the club and a sneak peak into the new fancy boathouse over on the dark side of the river 👀 Huge thanks to @clyde_rowing for putting on such awesome day of racing…..again 😁🤷 if anything it was a bit too hot ☀😎🥵
W Nov 1x 🥇👑 O R2 2x 🥇💪🏼 O Nov 2x 🥇👍🏻 W Nov 4x+ 🥇😎 Mix 4x 🥇&🥈 👀 Mix Nov 2x 🥇💃🕺 W J14 1x 🥇👸 Mix R2 2x 🥈🤏🏾
Special shout to the two LEGENDS that are Hannah & Ruairi for winning 3/3 events they raced 🥇🥇🥇+🥇🥇🥇
Pretty awesome opening weekend of racing for the club 🚣🏽♀️ Saturday was a tough day for our crews in the strong crosswinds 🌬️🌊 Sunday brought some better conditions and the medals came in hard and fast 🚂☀️😎