Welcome to the Broxbourne Rowing Club website! We are friendly rowing club with a fine fleet of boats, a fully equipped gym, and a modern, spacious club house with a bar. We row pretty much undisturbed on a delightful stretch of the river Lea. We compete vigorously and successfully in local and national races and welcome all including senior, masters, beginners, juniors and recreational rowers.

If you haven't rowed before, the sport provides full-body outdoor fitness, stimulates your senses and challenges you physically. There are few things as exhilarating as rowing at full pressure in a well synchronised crew. We run regular Learn to Row courses for juniors and adults to set you on your way.

If you are a more experienced rower, you will find a racing crew to meet your aspirations, whether you want to compete at Henley, in the masters world championships, or national and provincial races. Some prefer to enjoy recreational rowing and our touring boats travel far and wide on long weekends away, or compete in pageant-spectaculars like the Great River Race.

We also welcome aspiring and experienced coaches and coxes. These vital members of the club have the opportunity to make a real difference to the crew. Inexperienced or new coxes will receive support, training and coaching and are unlikely to be short of crews to practice with!

If you are interested please get in touch with the club.

Our latest:

World U23 Championships includes Broxbourne rower!

Posted by Amanda Jones | July 13, 2015

Congratulations to Rowan McKellar who got silver in the women’s pair for Great Britain under 23 in Plovdiv Bulgaria

Rowan listed Broxbourne Rowing Club as her club on the GB team sheet second link near the end




Henley Masters Results

Posted by Amanda Jones | July 13, 2015

Well done to Tony Stokes who won two gold medals for Broxbourne in a composite H4+ against Kent Mitchell USA on Saturday and on Friday rowing in an UTRC Composite H8 when they beat Breda of Holland.  Heading to the World Masters in Hazelwinkle in September.

Several other crews raced all went out to the winners ūüôĀ

– men’s coxless four who went out to Quintin

and three women’s crews which I think is a first!

– WE quad lost in the final to a composite, after a race in which they lead Tideway Scullers who steered into them just before the finish

– WD8 lost to UTRC

– WC double lost to a composite (second year running we went out in the first race in the fastest heat i.e. tough draw again)

Henley Royal Regatta – Thames crew qualify

Posted by Amanda Jones | June 28, 2015

Well done to the Thames Challenge Cup crew for qualifying.  Their first race is on Wednesday 1st July at 11:10am against Thames A a seeded crew. Good luck, anyone going please give them a good cheer, results will be posted on the http://www.hrr.co.uk website


The junior boys put a solid performance in the Fawley Challenge Cup but with so few places and so much competition did not qualify this year, but they will be using the experience to build for future races and next year.

Strength in Masters Rowers

Posted by Amanda Jones | June 28, 2015

The club had some great results and racing at a very wet (on Saturday) Nottingham, at the 2015 British Rowing Masters Championships. ¬†A big group of masters women made it a good weekend away. ¬†The club bought home Gold medals for the women’s E 8, Novice C double, Silver medals for the women’s D 8 and bronze medal for women’s C double and Tony Stoke won Gold medals for both the H 8 and 4. Well done to all.


Peterborough Spring Regatta – Well done

Posted by Amanda Jones | June 28, 2015

Well done to the Women’s junior 16 double and the Women’s Novice 8 a mix of the juniors and women who won their first rowing race by half a second, a very close great result! ¬†Also well done to everyone who took part in their first race sorry about the weather. There was also a lot of good racing and good results plenty of second places

Novice 8

Novice 8

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