Established in 1844, 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’.
As we approach our 175th anniversary, we have had one of the most successful seasons ever, with both our beginners and senior athletes achieving our best results.
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.
Qualified - Henley Royal Regatta
Qualified - Henley Women's Regatta
Winners - CAMBRIDGE WINTER HEAD
Winners - UH SPRINTS
WINNERS - UH HEAD
WINNERS - UH BUMPS
WINNERS - MET REGATTA
This weekend saw KCLBC racing UH Bumps 2016. With 3 women’s and 2 men’s boats rowing over the weekend, bringing together current and old rowers, KCLBC had an eventful and successful weekend. The GKT men were bumped by a fast George’s boat and then maintained 3rd position – ready to go for the[…]
On the weekend of the 20th February, KCLBC made their way to Newcastle for their first BUCS Head in recent years. After a good start to the women’s season at Quintin Head, and with some good training laid down by all squads on the Tideway, it was an exciting chance to see where we were[…]
From 12pm Wednesday 17th March KCLBC will be taking part in a 24-hour ergathon at St Thomas’ hospital. We will have two ergos in the Great Hall and will be keeping them ticking over until 12pm on Thursday, raising vital funds for the club and for the Evelina. The Evelina is a specialist children’s hospital[…]
In terms of ‘age old traditions’, KCLBC can lay claim to quite a few. But from all the odd quirks, rituals, events, going on tour to Cambridge is one of the best, and biggest. This annual pilgrimage is an opportunity for our large cohort of freshers termed beginner’s) to cut their teeth in their first ever race, and[…]
KCLBC has a good tradition of coming to Kingston Small Boats Head (KSBH), doing well and enjoying the racing. This part of river is much different from the Thames we know and love; smooth water and a current that does not batter crews to pieces. If I were to assign a colour to our part[…]