2020/2021 Committee

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Hi, I'm Callum and I am the President for LUBC this year! I’m going into my final year of Accounting & Finance; I joined the club in 2018 as a complete novice. I started out as a rower but I found a separate enjoyment for coxing, which is what I mainly do now - although I do love an occasional row! I am really looking forward to working with everyone this year to develop the club as much as possible through this bizarre time.

Hi, I'm Josh and I'm VP this year. I'm going into my third year of Psychology and have been rowing since my first year. I'll be Callum's right-hand man this season, providing support from behind the scenes, making sure everything runs smoothly and organising our annual training camp in April.

Hi, I’m Andy and I’m men’s captain for the coming season 20/21. I am going into my 3rd year of Veterinary Science and started rowing in my first year of uni 2 years ago. I have enjoyed playing many sports offer the years such as rugby, cricket and hockey and now I am equally fond of rowing too. If you are interested in rowing this year and have previous experience don’t hesitate to get in contact with me.

Hi, I’m Amy and I’m Women’s Captain for 2020/21. I’m going into my third year at Liverpool studying Geography and being a part of LUBC has been the highlight of my university experience so far! Rowing has played a huge part in my life for years now as I first learnt to row at Royal Chester in 2013 and I haven't looked back since. The opportunities rowing has given me are endless and I can’t wait to see the potential within the woman’s squad unleashed this year as we build on last years success towards more great results.

I’m Will and I’m in my second year of studying architecture. I had been interested in Sports and the gym for a while before I came to University and loved the new challenge that rowing brought. I am the Men’s Vice-Captain this year and look forward to helping develop the novices and get them ready for a race season that will hopefully be a bit longer than last years! If you want to learn to row at University this year, then just send me a message and I’ll be more than happy to help.

Hi, I’m Lucy. I’m going into my second year of biology and I'm this year’s Women’s Vice Captain! I started rowing when I was 13 after winning a county indoor rowing competition and have loved it ever since. I have had an amazing first year at LUBC with everyone being so welcoming, having a great time competing and at all the socials. I am really excited to meet the novice team this year and give them a taste of what rowing is all about! Please contact me if you're interested in giving rowing a try at Liverpool.

Hi, I’m Finli and I am this year's cox captain. I am a 3rd year Psychology student and have been rowing since the age of 13. I will be looking after and training up coxes to be a part of both senior and novice boats on race days. If you have any interest or experience in coxing (or any questions) just drop me a message and I’ll be happy to help!

Hi, I’m Luke. I’m going into my 3rd year studying Civil Engineering. I joined rowing last year looking for a new challenge and it’s proved to be so much more than that. It’s one of those sports that really pushes you to improve yourself, which proves to be very rewarding. Although we had a bit of a fractured year in terms of competitions, it was still very enjoyable and I’ve had lots of personal highlights. It’s not just about the sport - there’s a very active social scene and your teammates will become your friends. I have no doubt that the coming year will be equally as fun.

Hi, my name’s Anna and the treasurer for the year. I am in my second year studying Maths and Economics; I started rowing last year in freshers and have loved it ever since! As treasurer I will look after the financial side of the sport - although rowing can be expensive, I want to get as many people involved as possible. I want to help everyone in the club get as much from this year as possible, because LUBC is a great place to have fun, make great friends and fall in love with an amazing sport.

Hi, my name is Joe. I’m heading into my second year of Biological sciences. I started rowing with school and my local club and wanted to progress so joined LUBC. This year I will be performing the role as boatman so 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. Any problems not regarding boats feel free to speak to me - I’m a fairly friendly person and pretty easy to talk to!

I’m Iestyn, I study French & Italian and this year I’ll be in charge of Fundraising & Sponsorship for LUBC. If you want to get involved in any of our fundraising for Claire House Children’s Hospice feel free to drop me a message or come and say hi during training!

Hi, I’m Niamh, the Kit and Safety Officer for this year! I’m currently in third year studying Architecture. I am responsible for making sure everyone is always safe at training, on and off the water at Runcorn. I’ll also be letting everyone know when they have an opportunity to buy club kit so everyone will be looking good on and off the water! I’m excited to get back to training with everyone and hope we can build upon the success of last year’s season. Feel free to come chat to me about any questions or concerns, I’m pretty easy to chat to!

I’m a second-year Physiotherapy student and have been rowing for 6 years. Being from Cambridge where it is a big sport, I had the opportunity to attend a taster day at my local club aged 14 and have been rowing ever since! This year I am the women’s social and welfare officer at LUBC. My role is to organise club socials and be a caring and reassuring figure for members who need mental/physical welfare support. What I am most excited for this year is getting to experience the regatta season and training camp! See you all in October!​

I’m Alex, the men’s squad social sec for this year. Coming into my 3rd year of Oceanography, and final season at LUBC I plan on making this a fun year for the club. When I’m not at the pub or organising socials I’m free anytime to talk about any welfare issues that arise, both inside and outside the club.

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