Hi, my name is Sean and I am going into my third year of Biological and Medical science. After playing rugby for 11 years I started rowing for LUBC in my first year, coming away with a bronze medal in the B4+ at BUCS regatta, and I have had the best experience rowing since then. I am fortunate enough to be president for 2019/2020 and look forward to working hard to develop the club and build on the hard work already done. Contact me regarding all Liverpool University Boat Club activities and development. 

Hi I'm Heather, I am currently in my final year of Biological and Medical Sciences at Liverpool and this year's Vice President. I have loved being a part of LUBC over the last 2 years, starting as a novice in 17/18. Rowing has made my time at university, giving me the best experiences and friends. I will be organising this years training camp, which is an opportunity for everyone to come together at Easter time and dedicate a week to rowing, as well as helping Sean out with any organisation. Hopefully we can make this year as good as the last! 

I'm Jacob, I'm Men's Squad Captain for 2019/20, I like rowing and numbers. I don't like long words and writing essays. I'm studying engineering in my third year, contact me if you want to row on the senior squad (i.e have previous rowing/sculling experience). 

Hi I’m Llinos and I’m the Senior Women’s Captain for 2019/20. I am going into my final year as a Biological and Medical Sciences student at Liverpool and have been a part of LUBC since my first year in 2017/18. I’m here to help drive the success of the women's squad and to recruit any new members at the university who have had previous experience in rowing. I aspire to create a strong family of rowers who work hard both for themselves and each other, who are always trying to improve themselves and the squad. I hope to bring as many successes to the team as last year.

Hi, I’m Josh. I am in my second year studying Psychology. I came to Liverpool having been an avid gym-user for the past two years, but wanting to direct my love for strength and fitness towards a sport. I tried out a number of sports in the first few weeks but found that rowing was perfect for me. I have loved the training, racing, and great socials at the club. I am the Men’s Vice Captain this year, and am very excited to be in charge of training up new guys joining this year. If rowing at university interests you, please don’t hesitate to get in contact with me!

I’m Franny and I’m currently in my second year studying history and film. I started rowing in my first year and have loved every second of it. Rowing has taught me so much about myself and I couldn’t have thought of a better way to spend my time at university. I have made such good friends and made some amazing memories; everything from qualifying at women’s Henley to going on socials with all my friends. This year I am organising the novice women’s squad which I am massively looking forward to. If you have any questions about joining as a novice please do not hesitate to get in touch.

I’m Olivia and I am currently in third year studying BA English Literature. I’m coxswain captain of LUBC, so it is my job to lead the coxing team and make sure the coxing equipment is in check. I have been rowing for 6 years, initially at Tyne Amateur Rowing Club in Newcastle and I joined LUBC in my first year, was fundraising secretary in second, and haven’t looked back. During this time I have mainly rowed, competing in national events as a junior and qualifying at Henley Women’s Regatta 2019. I have often coxed, but I’m excited to take on this more permanent role. Outside of rowing, I love long-distance running and I take part in half-marathons, like the annual Great North Run. Please contact me if you have any coxing experience or want to learn to cox.

Hi, I’m Chloe and I’m a second year Accounting and Finance student, also LUBC Secretary this year. I learnt to row in my first year through the LUBC ‘Learn to Row’ programme and have raced in a number of novice races against universities all over the country. Rowing has allowed me to not only massively improve my fitness levels, but being part of LUBC also comes with great social benefits. Please contact me for any queries regarding transport and race accommodation queries. I’m excited for another enjoyable, successful year at LUBC.

Hi, I’m Callum, the treasurer for the year! I’m currently in my second year at the University of Liverpool; I study Accounting and Finance. I joined rowing as a novice last year and I completely fell in love with the sport, I’ve made so many friends and memories in the past year and can’t wait to make more this year. I started out rowing but I’ve slowly become more attached to coxing. As the treasurer I’m more than happy to help with any concerns or questions you might have about the financial side of rowing; its not a cheap sport but with a bit of budgeting it is more than manageable. Feel free to contact me about any questions you might have.

This is my second year at Liverpool I’m studying veterinary science and started rowing as a novice last year at the uni. As boatman I’m in charge of maintaining all the equipment and boats making sure they are all ok and ready for you to row. if you have any problems with any of the boats or equipment (e.g. breakages) don't hesitate to get in contact with me as soon as possible so I can sort it out. The sooner you tell me the sooner I can fix it. Also any other problems not regarding boats feel free to come speak to me I’m a fairly friendly person and pretty easy to talk to!

I’m Amy and I am currently in my second year studying Geography and I am the fundraising officer for LUBC for the upcoming 2019/20 year. It will be my job to organise events such as the annual Christmas Rowathon to raise much-needed money for LUBC and Claire House, our partner charity. I have been rowing for 6 years originally at Royal Chester Rowing Club and have therefore witnessed just how important internal fundraising is and the different ways of doing so. Please contact me if you have any fundraising/ sponsorship ideas, opportunities or queries- all would be welcome

Hi, I'm Tim, a second year medical student from Northern Ireland. I've been rowing since I was 13, starting at Bann Rowing Club back in 2012. I've competed at national and international regattas over that time. I love the sport and am looking forward to get back into another year of training and racing. I'll be the kit and safety officer this year, so you'll be hearing from me routinely about the chance to buy club kit. I'll also be your safety officer, so I'll be responsible for making sure everyone is in safe hands, on and off the water at Runcorn. Hope to see you round! 

I’m Charlotte, one of this years Social and Welfare Secretaries. I’m also currently in my second year of studying Maths and Philosophy. As a novice last year, socials have played a massive part to develop my love of rowing and LUBC so I’m thrilled to have the chance to play a part in this aspect next year! Some highlights for me have been Cocktail Night and Christmas Ball so hopefully we can make these events even better in the future. Please feel free to contact me or Finli about anything either social related or otherwise.

I’m Finli and this is my second year as LUBC’s Social and Welfare Officer. I am entering my second year of my Psychology degree and my third year as part of the women’s senior squad. My role is to create a welcoming environment and create an integrated squad. Along with Sibcy, we will be putting on our annual socials, including; cocktail night, bar crawl and the big Christmas ball! As well as social sec we are first and foremost the clubs Welfare Officers- I am here to offer support about any physical or mental pressures which may arise due to the sport or any other outside issues, therefore I am always a phone call away at any point in the year. Really looking forward to another year at LUBC with new faces and sick races.

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