If you have come and found us at the Sports Fair, in the Edge, or just from our social media- there are lots of ways to get involved with the club regardless of your experience or aspirations.
If you haven't already filled out our joining form, so we can send you all the relevant info, please do so here:
WELCOME DRINKS - 4-8pm at the library pub on Thursday 23rd September.
If you cant make it or would rather not meet us in a pub there is a virtual Q&A session with our head coach at 6pm on Thursday 23rd September. Will be able to join the TEAMs call from this link.
A bit about us
We are inclusive - we turn no one away and are accessible to row socially or high performance- we can accommodate all
We are professional - Supported by a full time head coach, part time coaching intern, 4 coaching scholars and external support from GB rowing
We are social - a mixed gender club with socials throughout the year, no one has to drink but we'll guide you safely if you do.
No previous experience required - the majority of our members learn to row with us
Give It A Go - no strings attached
If you are new to rowing or have many years of experience come and give our club a try. If you'd rowed previously you are welcome to come and try our senior intermediate or performance squads, both of which offer an accessible way to row at the level you would like to, regardless of what your current level is.
Never rowed before, or perhaps just indoors or a taster session elsewhere? Come join our beginners where last year our beginner women won 3 medals out of 4 available events at BUCS making us the most successful in England. Sign up to our beginner GIAG during the first week of term via this link
Both our senior and beginner squads have social rowing options so that you can row recreationally, in mixed boats, without the pressure of racing.
We also offer land membership to teach you how to get the best out of your indoor rowing whilst on campus, enjoy the rest the club has to offer such as socials without the short trip to our boathouse.
Our Groups - join them both for all the latest info to get you on the water
Main club Facebook Group - regular updates on everything going on at UOLBC (https://www.facebook.com/groups/232619255273030)
MS Teams Channel - all info posted here with squad training coordinated via the groups. Enter the following code after clicking join a team - njhi3pw
GIAG Facebook Group - during the first two weeks of term our GIAG sessions will be coordinated by this Facebook group rather than our Teams channel. Sign up via the form, then check out this group to know where and when to attend your session.