• Junior Wins 2016 /17

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    JUNIOR WINS 2016/17

    Hampton Head:
    J16 4+ (Matt / Will / Harry / Jordan / cox: Max)
    WJ15 4+ (Halli / Hannah / Evelyna / Amber / cox: Sian)

     Weybridge Winter Head:

    WJ14 8x+ (Scarlet / Jessie / Liveen / Sophie / Alix / Charlotte / Sophia / Ella / cox: Megan)

     Teddington Head:

    WJ15 4+ (Halli / Hannah / Emma / Beth / cox: Sian)
    J14 4x+ (Ollie / Freddy / Ben / Daniel / cox: Megan)
    WJ13 8x+ (Sandrine / Maia / Hannah W / Layla / Annalisa / Olivia / Tallulah / Safia / cox: Issy)

     Kingston Small Boats Head:

    J16 4+ (Matt / Will / Harry / Jordan / cox: Max)
    WJ14 4x+ (Annalisa / Olivia / Safia / Tallulah / cox: Issy)
    Wallingford LDS:
    WJ14 2x (Alix / Ella)
    WJ14 1x (Jessie)

     

  • Hammersmith Head, 20 February 2016

    Five crews raced at the Hammersmith Head on 20 February. 

    Results:

    IM1 8+ - 5th overall, won category
    IM3 8+ - 10th overall, 3rd in category
    MAS E 8+ - 61st overall, 4th in category
    WNOV 8+ - 74th overall, 2nd in category
    WJ14 8x+ - 108th overall, 1st in category (pictured)

    Both senior men's crews had good races and had a good chance to experienced all the conditions the Tideway has to offer. It was great to have both crews come in the top 10 crews, especially a strong result for the 2nd 8+. The 1st 8+ had an encouraging result placing 8 seconds ahead of Molesey's IM1 8+.

    The Junior girls, having come 6th at Hampton Head (after breaking a blade 200m from the finish!) were determined to come out fighting at Hammersmith Head. The crew stormed to the top of their category with a win of almost 1 minute ahead of the 2nd place crew from Emanuel. The girls are now in a confident place as they train hard to come out strong at National School's Regatta later in the year.

    The days racing was invaluable for all crews in the run up to the Head of the River Race, Women's Head of the River and Vets Head of the River next month. 

     

    hammersmith head wj148x win

  • Remenham Challenge, 19 December 2015

    KRC fielded six 8's at the Remenham Challenge. Overall results:

    Men's 1st 8, Intermediate, 5th
    Junior Boys, Intermediate, 13th
    Men's 2nd 8, Intermediate, 17th
    Open Masters Men, 23rd
    Masters Women, 32nd
    Novice Women, 34th

    The senior men's 8's both raced well maintaining good technique and pace. The 1st 8 placed 5th overall and 2nd in Intermediate, 17 seconds off the overall Elite Winners (Thames RC, containing a number of their 2015 winning HRR Thames Cup 8+ and a couple of full internationals on board). The 2nd 8, also racing as intermediate, placed 9th in the division. This was an encouraging overall performance for our young squad

    Our junior boys were the only Junior Status crew entered, so they stepped up to race as Intermediate, against other clubs men's crews. They placed 7th out of 13 and had a solid performance in difficult conditions. The young athletes gained valuable experience of Tideway rowing and Captain and Coach Danny O'Dowd was very pleased with their result. 

    The women's squad entered two crews and came away with excellent results. The masters crew came 2nd (of 3) and the Novices won (of 8) with some efficient rowing in the rough water.  (pictured below)

    Winning crew: R. Kugele (str) / K. Halle / K. Warner / J. Dickman / A. Sims / M. Stalley / L. Long / H. Walmsley (Bow) / R. Brunning (cox)

    remenham challenge novice win

  • Strong Results at Fours Head, 7 November 2015

    Two crews raced at the Fours Head of the River Race on Saturday 7 November. Both crews rowed well in very tough Tideway conditions.

    IM1 4+, placed 52nd overall, (climbing 80 places from last year) and 4th in their category, behind Tideway Scullers, Leander and Molesey Boat Club, all having GB U23's, triallists and ex Blue Boat squad members in their crews. Our crew coped well in the rough water and had a strong race, maintaining speed well and overtaking half a dozen crews over the course. 

    Our Jun4x, placed 83rd overall and 12th in a 40 strong field, climbing 17 places from last years result. The crew only rowed together a few days in advance of racing and pulled off a good result considering this.

    Crew Lists:
    IM1 4+: (pictured) Ben Handy, Hal Bedford Payne, John Ciccarelli, James Marsden, Adele Hing (cox)
    Jun 4x: Harry Walker, George Fellows, Josh Burrows, Tristan BettyFoursHeadIM4 Senior men
  • Weybridge Silver Sculls, 17 October 2015

    Another two wins for the club from the senior and masters women's squads along with some very strong results from the Juniors made for a successful day at Weybridge Silver Sculls. Our WMasA 2x won in a very close race, with a margin of only 1 second over Weybridge RC. Our WMas C 2x produced a much more comfortable win by 20 seconds. The Junior Squad achieved four very creditable 2nd places as well as another four crews in the top 10 of their event. These results are very encouraging for the Junior Squad for the upcoming season.

    Full results are as follows:

    Win (of 3) W Mas A 2x C Willett / R Kugele
    Win (of 4) W Mas D 2x B Sims / C Willett

    2nd (of 11) IM3 1x J Burrows
    2nd (of 7) J14 2x M Hamdi / J Phelan
    2nd (of 7) J14 1x J Phelan
    2nd (of 3) W J14 1x A Harwood
    7th (of 30) J18 1x J Burrows
    7th (of 18) W J16 1x B Williams
    9th= (of 17) W J14 2x T Palmer / S Curtis
    9th= (of 17) W J14 2x L Howard / R Keri-Nagy
    9th (of 10) Mas D 1x M Cook
    12th (of 18) W J16 1x C Oliver
    16th (of 18) W J16 1x C Scott
    17th (of 18) W J16 1x M Jheeta
    18th (of 24) W J17 1x N Paterson-Moody
    19th= (of 26) J16 1x J Hare
    19th (of 24) W J17 1x L Bate
    20th (of 25) W J15 2x M Baker / R Mitchell
    21st (of 26) J16 1x M Saccomani
    21st (of 24) W J17 1x S Stiling
    22nd (of 25) W J15 2x S Sullivan / F Marton

  • Wallingford Long Distance Sculls, 26 Sept 2015

    KRC took a large contingent of the Junior Squad to race at Wallingford Long Distance Sculls over 4250m, as well as a Senior Womens double. For the first race of the season the weather was fantastic, with bright sunshine and clear skies as our scullers raced down the course. We recorded our first win for the season with the women's Masters 2x winning their category by a considerable margin. 

    Results:
    WMasD 2x - Win
    J15 2x - 2nd 
    J16 2x - 2nd
    J14 1x - 2nd 
    WJ14 4x+ 4th
    WJ14 2x - 5th
    WJ16 4x-  - 5th
    WJ18 4x- - 5th
    WJ18 2x - 11th
    WJ16 1x - 24th
    WJ13 4x+  unfortunately had no competition 

    Our next race of the season is Weybridge Silver Sculls on Saturday 17th October. 

  • Kingston Small Boats Head, 31 October 2015

    Kingston dominated the Small Boats Head with an impressive 12 wins and 7 second places. On a day with stunning conditions - flat, still water and bright sunshine - our rowers came out top with more wins than any other club. The success was spread throughout the squads, full results are listed below. A huge thank you needs to go out our team of volunteers who make this event possible.

    Winning crews:
    IM2 4x Head Crew R. Sharratt, A. Bedford, J. MacKinney, M. Zammit
    IM1 4+ B. Handy, H. Bedford-Payne, J. Ciccarelli, J. Marsden, A. Hing (cox) (pictured below)
    IM1 2- B. Handy, H. Bedford-Payne
    IM3 1x J. Burrows
    J18 2- T. Betty/J. Burrows
    J15 1x M. Cramp
    Mas D 4x- N. Bascombe, C. Worthington, T. Povey, M. Fellows
    Mas E/F/G 2x A. Kapica/D. Finlay (QBC)
    Mas F 1x A. Tompkins
    Nov 4+ R. Kugele, K. Halle, A. Sims, H. Storen and J. Hughes (cox)
    W Mas C/D/E 4x- B. Sims, J. Darling (BBL), C. Willett, H. Cook (MAA)
    W MasF/G 2x B. Sims/J. Darling (BBL)
     
    Many of the higher status events had little or no other competition so many of our senior men's crews raced time only. Our IM2 4x were Head Crew with a time of 17.26.  The Senior 4+ (T/O) clocked the 3rd fastest time in Division 2 and the IM1 4+ (T/O) clocked the 2nd fasted time in Division 1.
    Kingston Small Boats 2015 im14 win
  • Junior Squad Win at Summer Regattas 2015

    Our Junior Squad have posted a healthy set of wins at both Molesey and Staines Regattas. 

    Molesey Regatta: 11 crews entered, 4 finals and 2 wins in WJ13 4x+ and WJ15 2x

    Staines Regatta: 11 crews, 8 finals, 5 wins in:
    J16 1x
    J16 2x 
    IM2 2- 
    J15 2x 
    WJ12 1x 

    Well done to all crews who raced!

    Juniors Summer Regatta Wins 2015

  • Junior Inter Regional Trials 2014

    The KRC junior squad had trials for the Junior Inter Regional Regatta to be held at Nottingham on 26th April. Six of our crews were selected beating opposition from Thames, TSS, Emmanuel, LEH and Hampton.

    Kingston RC will be representing the Thames London Region in:-

    J16 4+ and J16 8o,

    J15 2X and J15 4X+,

    J14 2X and W J14 4X+.

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