A sunny, but breezy day greeted Tyne Head. Our expanding squad sent out a masters B double and a masters D 8 for the morning division and a status 8 for the afternoon division. Conditions weren’t kind and unfortunately we all struggled with the wind. Onwards and upwards to Trent Head next weekend.
A busy day at TURC for the women’s squad, helping organise the day and competing. There was an excellent turn out of women and we fielded a masters D 8; a status T2 8; and two masters C quads, one each at T1 and T2. Sone solid performances, with the T1 quad just being pipped
A fabulous turn out by the women’s squad saw us enter a women’s masters D eight in division 1. They competed strongly and it was a solid first race for the eight. In the afternoon we had another eight in the senior women’s event. They did well and coped admirably with a steering issue. We
Winter Series arrives with a purr As the trees begin to shed their leaves, rowers start to reach for more layers; it must be start of the winter Head season. First up on the river Tyne, the Long Distance Sculling series and the Small Boat Head hosted and run by Tyne Amateur Rowing Club and
It was with great excitement Kat and Sophie arrived in London to be the clubs first participants at Pairs Head. The temperature was a barmy 18 at 10pm on the Friday night! However things started to go wrong when the host club issued a weather warning and a course inspection notice on Saturday morning. Eventually
It was a hot sunny day for the Ouse Marathon, in Cambridge. The course was 25km of weed free river winding through the countryside from start to finish. Along the way there were lots of supporters cheering you on and shouts of encouragement from the barges meandering along the river. Tyne United were represented by
A happy Sunday’s Rowing at Hexham With a beautiful setting and water conditions to match, four of the Ducks (Lindsey, Judy, Maureen and Fiona) gathered at Hexham for the penultimate round of the series. Accompanied by our stalwart supporters, cox Kat, coach Claire, & Dylan in team colours; we had a very pleasant day
Today was round 6 of the explore series host by Durham Amateur Rowing club. And what a fantastic day it was!! The weather was glorious and after our traditional bacon sandwiches, the racing began. We had 3 races to complete and we won 2 of them. This means we are still top of the league