KCLBC 2017/18 Promo
Established in 1837, Guy’s Hospital Boat Club expanded through the years and has become King’s College London Boat Club, which represents not only King’s College London but also the united hospitals of Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’.
We compete both nationally and internationally, and are based in the world-famous Tideway Scullers School, which marks the finish line of the Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race.
QUINTIN HEAD Our first big race of head season took place on the 27th of January with Quintin Head. The Senior Men secured a Nov pennant win and produced the fastest overall time amongst our United Hospital’s rivals (RUMs, BARTs, UCL, RVC). The Senior Women came off the water pleased with their performance coming 13th out of Read more about A Quintin Head Pennant two years in a row![…]
UH WINTER REGATTA Every year, the UH Winter Regatta seems to take place on the coldest day of the year. This year was no different! With snow fall during races and marshalling and choppy water, that didn’t stop KCLBC. There were positive results across the board. 5 boats placing in finals and 3 Read more about UH WINTER REGATTA[…]
Cambridge Tour As winter falls, KCLBC set out on our annual Cambridge tour. Wrapped up warm, the squad boarded the coach at an obscenely early hour Saturday morning to arrive in Cambridge before the sunrise. Before racing commenced, our new fresher 8+ was christened David Best. David is a huge support to the club and Read more about Cambridge Head 2017[…]
Great effort from both King’s crews at Four’s Head of the River this year! The provisional results are out: ▪9th /17 crews for our W4+ in Band 3 ▪17th /20 crews for our M4+ in Band 3 Though this time not winning performances, both crews executed their race plans well and felt strong to set Read more about Four’s Head of the River[…]
Great success for our Fresher Men! Today fresher captain, Nikolai Horozov, took 2 of his boys down to the University of Surrey for the BUCS Southern Indoor Rowing Championships. Olly Francis and Fredrik Sunde competed in the the beginner men’s category, a 1k sprint. Jumping into the lead from the first stroke they held it Read more about Success at BUCS Indoor Rowing Championship![…]
We have reached the final stages of Instant Impact’s sponsorship competition! All we need is your help, and 2mins of your time, to gain £2,000 which would help us invest in better equipment for the club. Just sign up via our unique URL: http://instant-impact.com/sign-up?iiref=65954 Or use referral code 65954