Vics entered 7 crews at Warrington Regatta, with 4 losing at the semi final stage and two finals. The Open 1x was an all Vics final between Sam Crowe and Arvind Mahendran, with Sam winning. The WMasC/E 4+ stroked by Joanne Harrison lost in the final to Trafford.
This year the Junior Championships were held at Nottingham and again Vics had a strong entry. In WJ14 2x Bernhem and McFarlane were placed 8th out of 62 crews in their event, showing what a crew these two girls are becoming. WJ15 2x (McNulty and Myers) finished 38 of 41 in their time trial, WJ15 4x+ (Adams, Foster, ...
We had 13 crews on the Saturday and 11 on the Sunday:
MASG1x Vick lost heat
WMASB2x Pumford won heat lost in final
WMASC2x Walters lost in final
WJ152x Large lost heat
WJ142x Bernhem won heat WIN final
Mx2x Wilson/Peterborough won heat lost final
J161x Smith lost heat
J161x Walters lost heat
We had 7 entries into this event:
Op2x Myers lost heat
Op2x Mahendran won 2 heats lost in final
Op1x Vick lost heat
WJ152x McNulty won heat lost in final
Op2x McWilliams lost heat
W2x Pumford won 2 heats lost in final
WJ142x Bernham won 2 heats and WIN final
We had 12 entries into this event: No junior wins, no results available at this time from Trentham.
WMASD/E4+ Harrison 2nd
MASF/G1x Vick WIN
WMASA/C 4x- Pumford WIN
MASC2x Egan 2nd
WMAS2x Pumford WIN
Being still quite new to racing I've been told many times that rowing can throw some surprises.
After starting a double last August, Jane K and myself have had swiftly approaching pontoon surprises, stuck in trees surprises, but today Northwich presented a new one which I believe caught a few of us out. Even Heather..!
Well done to all those that braved the club for Boxing Day 8’s. We had three boats for a race filled with sibling rivalry and in the winning team a mother and son combination. No screams of a fix????
Thank you to Kate for organising our secret Santa and also to our two guest Santas for handing out the gifts. Everybody brought lovely food and we had a lot left over for hungry rowers in the days that followed.
Thank you to Jane Kelly for coming up with an excellent Christmas quiz. Unfortunately we didn’t have time ...
The Head of the Float went ahead on the 2nd December with over 100 crews with a wide range of ages and abilities racing over the two legged course. The weather held out and provided excellent conditions for some excellent and close racing.
To see the full race resuls click on the following link
LVRC Head of the Float ...