Club members took to St Neots market square on Saturday 24 March to row as far as possible in five hours and raise £1,700 for charity.
They were taking part in the Cancer Research Great Row, a nationwide
It was a case of ladies first for St Neots Rowing Club at its 2017 Small Boats Head. The club had three wins on the day, all from its female squad, and there were several other creditable performances from juniors and se
Jim Farrell did our club proud when he took part in this year’s Boston Marathon, but he had to battle cramp, dehydration and a certain Mr Wilson to get across the line.
Jim completed the 50-kilometre monster race in a
Our men’s first eight came within a whisker of claiming a historic Headship title at this year’s Cambridge Town Bumps. There was also success for our men’s second and ladies’ first eights, but it was a frustrat
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 coxless four crew from our club narrowly missed out on a historic win at this year’s Henley Royal Regatta – but just getting to the start line was a minor miracle after an injury almost wrecked their dreams of qu
Months of hard training for the Ringvaart marathon by St Neots rowers have been left in tatters by the weather – but they’re already planning future adventures to make up for their disappointment.
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 stalwarts were left feeling ‘surprised’ and ‘honoured’ when the names of two new boats were revealed.
The club named a single and an eight at a ceremony in March, adding to the three boa