KCL Wins First Annual Varsity Race VS UCL

In the first Annual KCL vs UCL Varsity race – KCL stomped to a victory that could only be referred to as “easily.” The crew of Ed Hull, Ed Griffiths, Max Gerrard, George Halse, Darragh O’Reilly, Seb Thomas, Henry Hoder, Adrian McCague and Anna Turner (cox) lined up against a potentially strong UCL 1st VIII at Putney ready to row Read more about KCL Wins First Annual Varsity Race VS UCL[…]

UH Head 2011

The UH Head in recent years has always been an area of controversy for GKT, with our Championship VIIIs mysteriously finishing minutes slower than the timer on the coxbox. Nevertheless GKT showed up determined to make this year stick. The women’s Champ VIII finished second to ICSM by a mere 10 seconds over the course Read more about UH Head 2011[…]

UH Regatta 2011 & Allom Cup MChamp VIII Final

The UH Winter Regatta hails a ‘3rd time lucky’ moment for the fresh with their standing starts (after the Novice Sprints and Allom Cup). Luck of the draw however – this year the majority of our male fresh are in fact studying ‘Strand’ subjects allowing us to field the Invitational Novice VIII against UCL! The Read more about UH Regatta 2011 & Allom Cup MChamp VIII Final[…]

Cambridge Winter Head Tour (Cowboys and Gindians)

The annual tour to Cambridge was a great success as usual; both on and off the water. After an early start  on Saturday morning the freshers were first to boat, a rigging problem meant that the girls had a slightly tougher time getting down the course, none the less, all crews put in a good Read more about Cambridge Winter Head Tour (Cowboys and Gindians)[…]

Fours Head of the River 2010

KCLBC Men entered two crews this year into the Fuller’s Head of the River Fours. A considerable amount of late night training due to university commitments made daylight preparation very limited – crucial for success on the Tideway head course where being only a couple of meters either side of the stream can cost seconds, Read more about Fours Head of the River 2010[…]

KCLBC takes on the Pairs Head 2010

This year saw a rare but strong showing for KCLBC with the Pairs Head of the River London (PHoRR). Entering in IM2.2+ Adrian McCague (Bow) and George Halse (Stroke), having missed out on the summer regattas from the previous year took the opportunity to see what they could do with only two weeks post-summer training over the Read more about KCLBC takes on the Pairs Head 2010[…]