Sydney University Boat Club

 

Sydney University Boat Club is among the oldest sporting clubs in Australia, founded in 1860. Known throughout the world as The Home of Rowing, the club has produced great rowing careers at University, State, National and International level.
 At the 2008 Olympics six Sydney University rowers represented Australia - two in the men's eight, two in the women's eight and two in the men's four with Francis Hegerty and Matt Ryan winning silver medals in the M4-. Ten Sydney University rowers competed for Australia at the London Olympics.

 

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AUS and NZ UNIVERSITIES ROWING A DRAW

Aus Uni Team

SUBC athletes recently competed in the Trans-Tasman Universities Regatta, this year held in Queenstown New Zealand. The format of the regatta is University Men’s and Women’s Eight’s representing both Australia and New Zealand race over three days, with two 2km’s on Lake Hayes and one 5km on Lake Dunstan. The Men’s crew for Australia was a full SUBC line up of William Raven, Alex Purnell, Andrew Judge, Jacob Bicknell, Jack...

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New Boatshed Construction Well Advanced

Boatshed Construction second floor 1st July 2016

The new SUBC Boatshed in Burns Bay on the Lane Cove River is now well advanced in construction. The second floor is being prepared for pouring and the main main lowr deck and walls for the storage bays are complete. The three boat bays on the eastern side looking north from the main apron Boat Bay No 4 on the land side looking into park area Bay no 3 giving...

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