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*** SMALLER BOATS REGATTA 2021 ***

With May Bumps cancelled, SCBC have entered 3 crews into the Smaller Boats Regatta! Today saw Nina Bugeja row fantastically in the Women's 1x race over the 1100m course, but with steering made difficult in the wind she was beaten to the finish by King's.

Tomorrow the Men's IV+ will be racing Magdalene in the first Semi Final, which is set to be an exciting race. They'll be joined on the river by our Coxing captain Hannah Lagorio, who has made very impressive progress to go from cox to rower in only a few weeks. She'll be racing Fitz in the Women's 2x final alongside Trinity Hall's Rebecca Hamilton, and you can catch up with their progress by searching @muscledmoos on instagram!
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*** W1 RACE REPORT FROM CHAMPS EIGHT HEAD 16/05/21***

The first race of this term saw SCBC’s W1 boat give another strong and impressive performance. The race was a fantastic opportunity for the crew to put all their training into practice. At the beginning of the 1450m course, the crew began with a high rate and eventually settled into a steady and powerful rhythm which was held throughout the race. The crew maintained this solid performance, which saw them place 4th in their division.

SCBC women have been extremely excited to be back on the river and are now settling into their summer training. There are also currently three novice women's boats, which will hopefully mean that there will be a large pool of rowers for next term. This will hopefully help us produce another strong season leading up to Fairbairns in Michaelmas term.

All in all, SCBC womens have had a very solid start to the term and continue to look forward to future sessions on the river.
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With tomorrow’s lockdown, today marked the end of the term’s rowing for SCBC. To see the term out, we had several boats out on the water, including our m1 4+ completing more than the distance of a marathon on the cam. ...

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After a little bit of a delay, it’s really good to finally be introducing novices to our enthusiasm for cold dark mornings. Fortunately the weather made for a great first outing for some really promising rowers! ...

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8 months ago

Selwyn College Boat Club

Thanks to everyone who got involved in our taster day! We had record interest this year with almost 80 people signing up to try rowing. We're sorry we couldn't get everyone in a boat, but we promise everyone who wants to get involved will be able to soon ❤💛

A special shoutout to the crew that got caught in the downpour - we hope you come back!
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8 months ago

Selwyn College Boat Club

Before the start of term our senior rowers have tested all the safety measures that we have implemented following British Rowing and Government guidelines with regards to Covid. Through appropriate use of PPE and washing boats and blades with antibacterial reagents, as well as staggering crews pushing off times we will ensure maximum safety of everyone taking part in rowing at SCBC! We are all looking forward to welcoming Michaelmas term in full swing!❤️💛🚣🏼‍♂️ @ Selwyn College Boat Club ...

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Selwyn is hitting the ground running in Michaelmas 2020 - for the first time in many years we are expecting to have 4 senior crews straight away - 2 men’s and 2 women’s, which promises an exciting year for SCBC!❤️💛 sign ups for the rowing taster day on the 10th of October are also coming in fast, so get in touch with us if you’d like to attend!🚣🏼‍♂️ ...

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8 months ago

Selwyn College Boat Club

Introducing the new SCBC committee for 2020-21! This year we have a large committee including both new and returning members.

Introducing:

President – Joe Marsden
Women’s Captains – Charlie Scholes and Layla Ettinghausen
Men’s Captain – Hal Mutton
Secretary – William Reith
Treasurer – John Cumner
Social Secretaries – Joe Lagorio Price and Bradley Fountain-Green
Women’s Lower Boats Captains – Theo Fitzpatrick, Mimi Poulton and Erin Arnold
Men’s Lower Boats Captains – Dom Bridge and Harry Mayne
Coxing Rep - Hannah Lagorio Price
Welfare Officer – Martin Atkins and Richard Williams
Equipment & Safety Officer – John Cumner, Hal Mutton and Hannah Lagorio Price
Alumni Officer – Maria Chukanova
Publicity officer - Will Robson
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We're back on the water! Yesterday we had our first outing to run through the measures we've put in place this term. We're looking forward to welcoming back our members and safely teaching our incoming novices how to row.

We'll shortly be distributing more detailed advice to our rowers, and anyone wishing to join our novice stream should keep an eye out for an email soon from our Lower Boats Captains!
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