The University of Birmingham Rowing Club is a student-run club which aims to support athletes whatever their level of experience or ambition. Year upon year the Rowing Club introduces rowing to over a hundred complete novices and through dedicated support and coaching it quickly brings them up to a very competitive level. Experienced athletes are also well catered for with professional support from the High-Performance Centre helping them to unlock their full potential.
Being a University sports club we foster an appropriate balance between academic and sporting excellence. Students and coaches work hard to ensure our members achieve their potential, not just out on the water, but in the exam hall as well. The main events the Rowing Club aims towards are BUCS Head and BUCS Regatta, where we consistently enter competitive crews at all levels: from beginner through to elite. As well as these events we also regularly enter national competitions such as Head of the River, Women’s Head of the River and both Henley Women’s Regatta and Henley Royal Regatta.
How to get involved
Taster session and/or trial information will be available soon. The membership fees are Rowing (£184), Cox & Social (£34) and Club (£84).
To discover a new talent.
3 skills this sport will give you:
Training times & venues
Training times and venues vary between squads. For more information email our club captain or message us on Facebook.
Henley Royal Regatta is the finale to our season and is not only a venue for incredible racing but is also a highlight of the British social calendar.
Club Captain: Harriet Lowe