Stratford-upon-Avon Boat Club
SuABC is friendly club that encourages people of all ages and abilities to row, as a high-performance sport or just for fun.
Coxes are vital to any squad’s success. We are looking for (smallish) people who have experience or are keen to learn. To find out more about these opportunities or with any questions about the Club, please contact us.
Club member Camilla Hadland talks about what rowing means to her as she celebrates being Durham University’s Athlete of the Week. As always inspirational!
NB: Competing at the highest level in any sport will boost your weekly shop and …
Both the conditions and competition were tough so no wins but some great performances including Imogen North WJ16 1x who came 3rd of 27 and Franklin Hamilton/Harry Stirling who finished 4th in J18 2x. Esme Booth also produced a fine row to finish 6th …
Kate Burt, Chief Executive Officer of British Rowing, the sport’s national governing body, and Jo Atkinson, Regional Development Officer, visited the Club on Wednesday 23 October during a tour of West Midlands’ Clubs.
“It was great for our Explore Rowing…
We are delighted to welcome back Andrew Roe as Head Coach after his temporary assignment with British Rowing, the sport’s governing body.
“Andrew will lead our growing team of volunteer coaches, helping them to fully develop the talent of …
Division 1 (Times in brackets under handicap system)
J17A 2x Harry Stirling and … 15:33 (13.43) Winner
WJ15A 2x Lamorna Jarvis and … 18:10 (14:20) Winner
J15A 2x Max Beishon and … 18:15 (15:45)
MasA NOV1x Emily Brooks 18:49 …
Be part of a fabulous team that keeps our rowers safe on the water. Much easier to learn than you might think….find out more.…
WJ15 2x Junior Women Double Scull – Won by 1 1/4 lengths by Esme Booth and Rachel Stratton vs Ross.
WJ15 4x+ Junior Women Quad – all SuABC final – Won by a length and 3/4 by Rachel Stratton, …