BUCs Monday 6th May race results.

So on the final day of racing at BUC’s in nottingham, the Queens crews went out on a high with more great results. Again, unusually for ‘Holme Pierre Point’ the bad weather and wind stayed away.



Men’s Intermediate 2-                             1st
Men’s Championship 2-                           4th
Women’s Novice 8+                                1st
Women’s Championship 4-                      1st
Women’s Championship lightweight 2-      4th
Men’s Championship 4x-                         6th
Women’s Intermediate 4+                     B final

After the three day’s of very competative racing Queens will be heading back to the familiarity of the Lagan, and back into preparation for the up coming Boat race, and future returns to the mainland for Marlow and Henley Regatta.

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  1. Thank you for including me in the Queen’s Rowing updates. I am delighted to see the keen interest being shown by both male and female competitors. Although I am getting older, I still have a strong interest in the sport. That said I helped get rowing restarted in Pittsburgh in 1986. Today we have two Boat Houses on the backwater of the Allegheny River. Five Universities and 16 High Schools row out of these facilities, and several times each year we have competitions. That said we have an Annual event named the HOTO, which is The Head of The Ohio Regatta. Rowing Clubs from the North East United States and from Ontario, Canada all participate.

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