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. This video of our 2014 Regatta shows you just how much fun you could be having!
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.
In a composite MasD 8+ crew with Bridgnorth, Tom Doherty and Richard Nelson won their class at Runcorn by a large margin. In fact they beat all bar 7 crews in the event including 2 IM1 ,2 IM2, 6 IM3, and …
Despite a valiant effort by a very depleted junior squad, they didn’t manage to secure any wins this time and neither did our seniors, however our veteran crews battled the cold and the fog in the morning to secure two …
A very successful day across the whole squad at Northampton with 9 wins.
J14.A4x+ Dominic Furey, Howard Gould-Yates, Jack Smith, Jacob Iggulden, cox Maddie Winsper, 2nd of 3, 09.15
WJ14A.4x+ Lauren Willis, Natalie Lincoln, Lara Davies, Izzy Marsden, cox Becky …
Frank Hamilton, Harry Stirling, Ben Gittus Smith and Denis Bradulin went to a quality Head hosted by Monmouth Rowing Club. In the morning division they all joined forces in a IM1 Quad and impressed onlookers, winning their category in style, …
A great medal haul – 22 for Stratford and 15 for the KES crews on this 2.5km course.
WJ18.4+ SUA-Cann, 10:51.2, 3rd of 3
Op.Nov4+ KES-Forty, 09:37.1, 1st of 3, WIN
Op.Nov4+ KES-Danks-Smith, 11:10.9, 3rd of 3…
Stephen Haighton, Glyn Hawkins, Richard Nelson and Simon Beard came first (of 5) in Masters D 4+ at Bristol Head, coming in 26 seconds ahead of the next crew and taking 8 seconds of the Masters D 4+ course record.…
with funding support from Coventry, Solihull & Warwickshire Sports
SuABC has two NEW Satellite Indoor Rowing Clubs – one in Kineton and the other in Alcester.
If you are aged 11 and 24 they give you the chance to learn the ultimate sport, have …
Well done to everyone who competed at Evesham. There were only a small number of clubs taking part but it was a case of quality over quantity. There were, frustratingly for the crews, 3 second placings but Isaac Herring of …