Isle of Ely set to showcase their talents
- Published on 11 August 2016
Isle of Ely rowers will be competing in the British Rowing Sculling Festival taking place on on 13th and 14th August 2016 at the National Water Sports Centre in Nottingham
Imogen Magner will compete in the Beginners Event. Competing in the Women’s main event are Kate Lyster, Rebecca Welch, Alice Thompson, Emily May, Molly Johnson, Helena O Donnell, Freya Dingwall and Sam Champion in the Men’s main event. They are all part of the GB Start programme.
World U23 Championships 2016
- Published on 08 August 2016
Holly Hill is one of 57 rowers who have been selected for the World U23 Championships taking place in Rotterdam, The Netherlands from 21-28 August 2016.
Holly won bronze last year in the women’s four. This year she will team up in the women’s 8 in the 5 seat with Emily Ford, Charlotte Hodgkins-Byrne, Anna Thornton. Alice Bowyer, Chloe Brew, Madelaine Badcott and Heidi Longand coxed by Sasha Adwani.
The World U23s are taking place alongside both the Senior and Junior World Championships, with more than 100 GB rowers in total competing on the Willem-Alexander Baan rowing course during an action-packed week.
Blenheim Palace Regatta 11th June
- Published on 11 June 2016
Congratulations to Seren Palmer on winning the WJ12 1x event at Blenheim Palace. Seen here with Elo Luik from this year's Oxford Blue Boat who presented her medal, and with Victor - coach extrordinaire!
Impressive start to regatta season for Isle of Ely
- Published on 31 May 2016
Juniors from Isle of Ely Rowing Club have made a solid start to the regatta season.
Rebecca Welch, Alice Thompson, Helena O’Donnell and Molly Johnson won in their J18 coxless quad at the Nottingham City Regatta on Saturday 14 May 2016 at the National Watersports Centre, Holme Pierrepont, They beat their nearest rivals, King's School Worcester, by clear water as they crossed the finish line.
St Ives Head to Head - WJ18 4x Success
- Published on 30 April 2016
On Sunday 17th April the J18 girls quad(3 of us are actually 17 – but rowing with Bea means we enter as J18) travelled to St Ives to compete in their 150th Anniversary Heat to Head race. They had very kindly agreed to lend us a boat as the trailer wasn’t going it was just our crew.