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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Sydney Uni Rowing – Notice of Outcome of Special General Meetings and New General Meeting re Amalgamation of SUBC and SUWRC

NOTICE REGARDING OUTCOME OF GENERAL MEETINGS HELD TUESDAY 26TH AUGUST The respective special general meetings of SUBC and SUWRC resolved to amalgamate the two clubs and adopt a revised constitution signifying this amalgamation. The resolution to amalgamate into a single club will be reviewed by SUSF Management and SUSF General Committee for final ratification. NOTICE OF GENERAL MEETING Notice is hereby given of a general meeting of the amalgamated SUBC...

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SUBC Tours China 2015

SUBC Ranked Third at International Universities Rowing Regatta, Shanghai China The SUBC men’s eight, off the back of a three-nil win in a series of races against the New Zealand Universities Eight in Brisbane, headed to China to compete in the International Universities Rowing Regatta (IURR). The crew of Jacob Bicknell, Hamish Playfair, Campbell Watts, Tom Whitehead, Jack Cook, Andrew Judge, Jack Hanley and Gus Robinson, with cox William Raven,...

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