December 5, 2019

Liverpool University Boat Club have had a great start to 2019 Head season with a successful Lancaster Head on the 17th November. This was our second race this season and with a course of only 2.5km we sprinted our way to the finish line.

Our training plan has intensifie...

July 20, 2019

The home stretch of the season for our athletes is highlighted by two of the biggest events of the year, Marlow Regatta and the world-famous Henley Royal Regatta, for which a year of hard training is undertaken. This year was no exception, after months of hard training...

July 6, 2019

After weeks of intense training, the LUBC women’s squad were keen to qualify and compete in the Aspirational Academic 8+ at Henley Women’s Regatta on the 21-23rd of June 2019. They had hopes of placing within the top 16 qualifying crews and making themselves known amon...

June 28, 2019

 Established in 1733, Chester Regatta is “the oldest regatta in the world” and we were delighted to enter again, following our successful results last year. So, on the 8th of June 2019, we competed on the River Dee and were interested to see where we stood amongst regi...

June 3, 2019

On the Saturday the 1stof June, eighteen members of LUBC headed south to Eton Dorney to compete in the annual Metropolitan Regatta. After a stressful exam period we were all looking forward to getting back into the fast pace of regatta season. 

The sun was shining brigh...

May bank holiday weekend saw 32 of our athletes compete at BUCS Regatta in Nottingham. After a very challenging yet successful training camp, everyone was excited to see what we could achieve over the weekend against all other university crews. 

On Saturday, we had our...

This year, LUBC completed a week-long training camp at Lake Windermere. This week is always pivotal for the summer season, and we are planning to compete in a number of races, the end goal being Henley Women’s Regatta and Henley Royal Regatta. Each year, we are always...

The club travelled to London last weekend to compete in the annual Head of the River Race. Following the cancellation of WEHORR, the top 100 women’s crews were invited to race, so we sent our top Women’s VIII as well as our top Men’s VIII to compete in an exciting day...

March 11, 2019

Over Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd of March 2019, LUBC successfully competed in BUCS head. We headed south to Gloucestershire where it was held on the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal, ran by University of Bristol, Hartpury University Centre and Gloucester Rowing Club. The...

January 2, 2019

On Monday 3rd and Tuesday 4th of December 2018, LUBC completed their annual ‘rowathon’ in Liverpool City Centre to raise money for both Claire House Children’s Hospice and the club. This entailed two at a time, each rowing for one hour from 9am to 6pm, whilst 4 people...

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