It was a case of survival of the fittest at St Neots Regatta 2018, as strong winds and heavy rain made conditions extremely difficult. Racing had to be suspended at one point when a large tent was blown on to
St Neots Rowing Club found itself in uncharted waters at this year’s Henley Royal Regatta, when it had two men’s crews lining up to compete for the Wyfold Challenge Cup. What made this so unusual, however, was
We looked as though we would finish winless at our regatta this year – then three crews stormed to victory in quick succession as the weekend’s racing drew to a close.
Changeable conditions that included some fr
A group of rowers from St Neots are attempting one of the sport’s most formidable challenges – the Ringvaart 100km marathon in Holland.
Dave Cullen, Kieron Marriner, Karl Zwetsloot, Tim Neill and cox Debra Helle
St Neots Rowing Club’s newest member, Jim Farrell, entered his first race for 15 years – and won!
Jim (60) joined the club in August, after spending the past few years living overseas. A regular rower in his you
St Neots Rowing Club is celebrating one of its best regattas ever after many of its members achieved debut victories.
Arguably the best performance came from Hannah Towns, who lost her novice status for both scullin
St Neots Rowing Club duo Louise Shorten and Olivia Hooper put in a strong performance at the National Schools’ Regatta on Sunday 29 May. Competing for the last time at the annual event in what is arguably the most diffic
Members past, present, young and old gathered at the club recently for a special and poignant boat naming ceremony. Two singles and a coxed four were doused in Champagne as their names were revealed: one to mark a club
Last year’s intake of beginners is about to join our senior squads. Meet some of them here, say hi when you see them and lend them a hand as they begin the next chapter of their rowing adventures.