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:

Splash n dash – great success

Posted by Amanda Jones | June 18, 2017

Thank you very much to Chris Lawn for organising and all the volunteers and competitors for making our Splash n Dash on Saturday evening such a wonderful event.  The glorious weather obviously helped and even encouraged a few people to go for a swim; everyone enjoyed the amazing food thank you to the junior parents.  Special thank you to the London Otters for bringing so many keen rowers and great to see ex-junior Harry.  Alex took some great photos (to follow).

Henley Women’s Regatta – Holly Hodges

Posted by Amanda Jones | June 18, 2017

Well done to Holly Hodges for qualifying in the Junior single sculls (The Di Ellis Trophy) at Henley Women’s Regatta through the time trial, unfortunately she came up against the eventual winner in the first round.  She does have a great commemorative all-in-one with the BRC blade in pride of place.


National Schools’ Regatta 2017

Posted by Amanda Jones | May 27, 2017

Congratulations to Matthew Day who got a bronze medal at the National Schools’ Regatta and the J14 coxed quad who also competed.  Click on the link for the full results  http://www.rowresults.co.uk/nsr


Inter regional junior regatta & 9 junior wins at Lea

Posted by Amanda Jones | April 23, 2017

Well done Danny and Patrick who represented the Eastern region in the Inter regional junior regatta in the Junior J14 2x. They had a great (but long) day out representing the region and did themselves proud. 

Lea regatta on Sunday 14 crews raced and 9 of them won, what a fantastic day. You all raced really well, for some it was a stressful time, racing side by side for the first time, for others it was a first (long awaited) win. 

We are really proud of the performances yesterday. Well done to you all.

GB Olympic star Katherine Grainger presents awards to Broxbourne Rowing Club members

Posted by Amanda Jones | February 9, 2017

Well done to Nathan Day and Noelle Stallard who received awards on Saturday from Dame Katherine Grainger on behalf of British Rowing at the River and Rowing Museum to recognise their great contribution to our club.  Nathan Day won the Eastern Region Young Volunteer of the Year award for his work supporting the junior coaches and helping and coaching younger juniors at the club.

Noelle Stallard was commended as the Eastern Region Performance Coach of the Year for her work with the junior squad over more than a decade that has led to many regatta and head of river race wins.

Read more at http://www.hertfordshiremercury.co.uk/gb-olympic-star-katherine-grainger-presents-awards-to-broxbourne-rowing-club-members/story-30117628-detail/story.html#6fcTAMHdeHzQF2bt.99




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