University Indoor Rowing Series

The University Indoor Rowing Series (UIRS) will kick off in November. UIRS see’s universities from across the country running a number of core indoor rowing events aimed at students as well as extra events to challenge rowers and non-rowers alike.

The University Indoor Rowing Series (UIRS) is back for 2018 with eight events announced, keep an eye on the BUCS website for more information on how to enter your local event.

DateVenueResults
10 November 2018 University of Leicester
10 November 2018 University of York
14 November 2018Durham University
16 November 2018 Scottish Indoor Rowing Championships
17 November 2018 University of Lincoln, University of Reading
18 November 2018 University of the West of England
24 November 2018 Queen’s University, Belfast, Welsh Indoor Rowing Championships
25 November 2018 University of Surrey
Date:
10 November 2018
Venue:
University of Leicester
Results:
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Date:
10 November 2018
Venue:
University of York
Results:
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Date:
14 November 2018
Venue:
Durham University
Results:
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Date:
16 November 2018
Venue:
Scottish Indoor Rowing Championships
Results:
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Date:
17 November 2018
Venue:
University of Lincoln, University of Reading
Results:
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Date:
18 November 2018
Venue:
University of the West of England
Results:
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Date:
24 November 2018
Venue:
Queen’s University, Belfast, Welsh Indoor Rowing Championships
Results:
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Date:
25 November 2018
Venue:
University of Surrey
Results:
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Catch up on the UIRS 2017 results below.

UIRS 17 leaderboard open men 2km

Place Name (club) result
 Oliver Wilkes (Edinburgh)   05:49.6
2 Sam McKeown  (Queen’s Belfas) 05:55.8
 Morgan Bolding (Oxford Brookes)  05:58.5
Joseph Harper (Bristol)  05:59.9
UIRS 17 leaderboard open men 2km
 Oliver Wilkes (Edinburgh)
  05:49.6
2
Sam McKeown  (Queen’s Belfas)
05:55.8
 Morgan Bolding (Oxford Brookes)
 05:58.5
Joseph Harper (Bristol)
 05:59.9

UIRS 17 leaderboard open women 2km

Place Name (club) result
Fiona Bell   (Queen’s Belfast)  06:58.1
 Jo Gannon (Oxford Brookes)  06:59.1
  Robyn Armstrong  (Oxford Brookes)  07:03.5
 Alice Lovett (Bristol)   07:04.6
UIRS 17 leaderboard open women 2km
Fiona Bell   (Queen’s Belfast)
 06:58.1
 Jo Gannon (Oxford Brookes)
 06:59.1
  Robyn Armstrong  (Oxford Brookes) 
07:03.5
 Alice Lovett (Bristol) 
 07:04.6

UIRS 17 leaderboard LWT men 2km

Place Name (club) result
1 Matthew Curtis (Edinburgh)    06:17.5
James Temple (Edinburgh)  06:17.6
Dominic Jackson (Newcastle)  06:17.9
James Stevenson (Newcastle) 06:19.4
UIRS 17 leaderboard LWT men 2km
1
Matthew Curtis (Edinburgh) 
  06:17.5
James Temple (Edinburgh)
 06:17.6
Dominic Jackson (Newcastle)
 06:17.9
James Stevenson (Newcastle)
06:19.4

UIRS 17 leaderboard LWT women 2km

Place Name (club) result
Sophie Parsons (Edinburgh)  07:18.8
Beth Meakin (Oxford Brookes)   07:18.2
Elizabeth Haskins (Oxford Brookes)  07:19.2
 Phoebe Beer (Bristol)  07:22.4
UIRS 17 leaderboard LWT women 2km
Sophie Parsons (Edinburgh)
 07:18.8
Beth Meakin (Oxford Brookes)
  07:18.2
Elizabeth Haskins (Oxford Brookes)
 07:19.2
 Phoebe Beer (Bristol)
 07:22.4

UIRS 17 leaderboard Beginner men 1km

Place Name (club) result
Joe Russell (Bath)  02:58.3
Oliver Francis (KCL)  03:01.9
 Oliver Francis (KCL)   03:01.9
3 Josh Farnham (Exeter)   03:03.1
Ollie Chick (Bath)  03:03.1
UIRS 17 leaderboard Beg. men 1km
Joe Russell (Bath)
 02:58.3
Oliver Francis (KCL)
 03:01.9
 Oliver Francis (KCL)
  03:01.9
3
Josh Farnham (Exeter)
  03:03.1
Ollie Chick (Bath)
 03:03.1

UIRS 17 leaderboard Beginner women 1km

Place Name (club) result
 Becky Wilde (Bath)   03:23.6
Jemima Lucas (Bristol)  03:34.3
Mulberry Watkins (Exeter)  03:34.8
 Megan Rogers (Plymouth)  03:35.3
UIRS 17 leaderboard Beg. women 1km
 Becky Wilde (Bath)
  03:23.6
Jemima Lucas (Bristol)
 03:34.3
Mulberry Watkins (Exeter)
 03:34.8
 Megan Rogers (Plymouth) 
03:35.3

Para-rowing

Place Name (club) result
 Geogre Huddard (York) (LTA M)    03:35.8
 Abi Hughes (York) (LTA F)  04:11.0
Para-rowing
 Geogre Huddard (York) (LTA M)  
 03:35.8
 Abi Hughes (York) (LTA F)
 04:11.0

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