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.
SuABC is actively recruiting experienced rowers for our Seniors Squad (19 to 32).
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.
Beautiful day at Eton Dorney - tough competition from the usual suspects! Small squad did a great job. J17 2x Ed Lewry and Henry Jones 4th of 9 (composite double with Ross RC) J17 1x Ed Lewry 8th of 10 …
Well done Stratford! 10 wins at Northampton on Saturday. Not bad for what was a variable day weather-wise, with quite testing conditions for some of our rowers.
W.J15A.1x Booth (9.36.3) 1st of 6
W.J15A.1x Stratton (11.20.0) 3rd of 6
W.J15A.1x Mackey (12.38.1) …
11 young West Midlands rowers spent two weekends in December on British Rowing’s Rowing Leader course at SuABC. The 16 hour programme enables participants to conduct a simple risk assessment, explain basic rowing techniques, and plan, deliver and evaluate sessions and …
Well done to everyone who took part today. A fantastic day’s rowing including FIVE golds, 3 silvers and 3 bronzes for our own crews and 2 silvers and 3 bronzes for our KES boys.
WJ18.4x Weston (10:50:3) 5th …
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 …
Former Club Captain, Bill Collins, wrote an impressive history of the Club (1874 to 1974). When the River & Rowing Museum in Henley found out about it, they asked for a copy and some of our Juniors members were happy …
Kate Burt, Chief Executive Officer of British Rowing, the sport’s national governing body, and Jo Atkinson, Regional Development Officer, visited us on Wednesday 23 October to meet our members and discuss our plans for the future. Read more.