The GB Rowing Team came away with four medals on the final day of the European Rowing Championships, claiming one gold, two silvers and a bronze.
The men's quadruple sculls took the gold medal on the final day of World Cup 1 in Belgrade. They battled with the German crew all the way, sitting second at the 1,500m mark, but edged ahead in the final 500m and took the line in front, winning by a matter of inches.
The Cambridge Women stormed to their second successive victory on the Tideway, beating Oxford by nine lengths.
Completing the clean sweep of the day's racing, Cambridge won the 164th Men's Boat Race, beating Oxford by three lenghts, after quickly opening up a clear advantage.
Congratulations to Wallingford RC's Mike Edge, Pete King, Steve Pearson, Richard Smith and cox Sara Ball, who retained their Over 50s Coxed Fours title at the 53rd Head of the Charles Regatta in Boston.
Silver and Bronze for GB on final day of Championships.
More medals for GB.
Men's Lightweight Quad win Silver.
Britain's Para mixed coxed four crew win Gold and set a new World Record.
The women's pair and men's four came home with the goods from the European Championships in Brandenburg an der Havel, Germany, today and there was an exciting bonus win from the new-look women's eight in the Olympic classes as well as superb win for the lightweight men's pair.
Mohamed Sbihi and Alex Gregory, reigning World Champions in the men's four, teamed up as a pair at the GB Rowing Team's Winter Assessment to win one of the most gruelling tests ever set by the GB Rowing Team's Head Coach for Men, Jurgen Grobler.
With this year's Henley Women's Regatta a little over two weeks away, Regatta Chairman Miriam Luke is looking forward to another successful event on the Reach...
Sarah Winckless wins the Sunday Times and Sky Sports Helen Rollason Award for Inspiration.
As many of you will be aware, our Elite Rowing Insurance Scheme has been providing the rowing fraternity with excellent cover at competitive premiums for over twenty years.
Elite Rowing Insurance entertained a number of Rowing Clubs at this years Regatta in the company of Sarah Winckless.
After an eventful Boat Race we congratulate Cambridge University Boat Club for their win and commend the sportsmanship of Oxford University Boat Club in continuing to row to the end in such difficult circumstances. We are also happy to hear that Dr Alex Woods is out of hospital and recovering.
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