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Obituary – John Clayton

A tribute to John Clayton, founder of Maidstone Invicta Rowing Club, who sadly passed away on 14 February, aged 73

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Pulling together for the Women’s Eights Head of the River Race

Rowing clubs have shared resources with flood-stricken clubs to enable them to participate in Saturday’s Women’s Head #thisiswhywerow

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Thames rower Pauline Rayner reminisces on the Women’s Head and rowing

President of Thames RC, Pauline Rayner MBE is 80 this year and is racing in the 80th Women’s Eights Head of the River Race on Saturday. Martin Gough meets her

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Women’s Training Days – take your rowing further

British Rowing’s Women’s Training Days are designed to help rowers max their potential. Find out more below

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Safeguarding and Protecting Children training

Endorsed by British Rowing and updated February 2020.

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The Women’s Head: biggest female rowing race this weekend in London

On Saturday 7 March, over 2,500 athletes will race on the River Thames in the 80th Women’s Eights Head of the River Race. Daniel Spring reports

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CEO Membership Column – February 2020

In the latest CEO update, February was a month of preparation for the near and distant future.

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Obituary – Geoffrey Brook

A tribute to Geoffrey Brook, a stalwart of the Coupe de la Jeunesse, who sadly passed away in early February

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Handling trials: control what you can control

With Olympic Trials just around the corner Matt Rossiter, bronze medallist at last year’s Worlds, gives us his advice for dealing with the pressure that can come from the trials process.

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Coxing the London head races: Olympic champion Phelan Hill shares his top tips

Steering on the Tideway soon? Coxing the course is a real test – Olympic champion and former GB cox Phelan Hill provides some essential advice

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