Happy New Year from all at Queen’s Rowing! Our athletes took the well-deserved time to rest and fuel up bodies (more so in some cases!) and are now back at training, hitting the ground running!Last semester we welcomed in our new batch of Novices. The recruits spent their winter training enjoying the annual events of [...]
As we continue through the winter months, the days have been getting shorter as the training gets harder. We hope this reaches you well, and would like to give you an update on what we have and will be getting up to at Queens Rowing.The weekend of the 4th November, Queens sent 4 athletes to [...]
PADDY HOLDEN - QUBBC CAPTAIN Welcome to Queen’s University Belfast Boat Club, a club where student aims and objectives take priority. I will take this opportunity to introduce myself, Patrick Holden, Captain of QUBBC for the 2017/18 season. After a summary of my background in Queen’s Rowing I wish to share some of the core [...]
Last year Queens lost Phil Costen to Warwick University, one of our most invaluable and dedicated coaches of recent times, a man who was awarded Queens Sport Coach of the Year 2016 in celebration of his efforts, Costies Composite Championships was created
Hello from Belfast!
After unloading the boats and putting them back in the boathouse ready for the start of next season, we can bring you the final update from our Irish Championships weekend.
Good Evening from day 2 of Irish Championships 2017!
Good afternoon from the 1st day of Irish Championships 2017!
A big congratulations to Michael McNamee, Vikki Wallace and Emily Jordan who have been selected to represent Ireland at the 2017 Home International Regatta in Strathclyde on 22nd July.
Well done to the Men's Boat Club who have won Team of the Year at the 2017 QUB Blues Awards. This follows the 11 medals and 4th place Victor Lodurum finish at BUCS regatta last month under the guidance of Trevor McKnight and Mick Desmond. Additional congratulations to Tiernan Oliver, Philip Doyle, Sam McKeown, Chris Beck, [...]