An adullt Learn to Row course will start on Sat 12th April at 12:30 at the Clubhouse.
The course will then continue over the weekends at 12:30 on Sun 13th, Easter Sat 19th, Sun 20th and Sat 26th, Sun 27th April, finishing with the weekend of Sat May 3rd and Sun 4th.
Additionally, should you want to join in, we will run Tuesday evening bodycircuit/rowing machine sessions from Tues 15th April to 29th incl.
This is a total of 12 sessions. You may attend as many or as few as you like, but to gain a real insight into what rowing is about, ideally you should try to make the lot.
We will introduce you to the ergo (rowing machine) and some of the body circuits used for rowing training.
We will get you out in our safe leisure boats and progress you, as you are getting comfortable with the rowing stroke to the real thing.......... The racing eight.
The cost of the course will be £120.
If you are interested in joining please email Birgith Sims for further details.
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The Kingston Head of the river will be held on Saturday 22nd March 2014 at 11:00 and 14:00
Results are as follows. Note these results are scanned from paper copies so there may be a few typos!
There will be work carried out on each of the arches of Kingston Railway Bridge until April 2014.
Currently both the Surrey and the Middlesex arch are closed, indicated by a red danger sign slung below the arch. 18/3/2014
The club has lost three long serving members in the last month.
Ian Wylie, Doc Grahame Sutton and Clive Hallt have been deep rooted members of Kingston for a combined period of over 150 years. They have been great characters and contributed greatly to the quintessence of the club and will be sadly missed by all their contempories.