Exec & Committee
I rowed at school for 6 years and this will now be my 3rd year rowing for Durham, having enjoyed extremes of climate and racing abroad. I ran for President with the aim of creating an environment that will get the best out of everyone.
I started rowing at Eton in 2013 and highlights have been rowing at the Junior World Championships twice and winning the PE at Henley in 2016. I really think that we can build on last years performances at Henley and am very excited for the future!
I started rowing at King’s Canterbury just over 3 years ago. Since coming to Durham I’ve won medals at BUCS, gold at EUSA and got through u23 GB final trials. After being vice last year, as captain I want to do more to help with the success of the club and support each individual to be the best they can.
I learnt to row with DUBC in my first year through the Development Squad. I had a wonderful year and the highlights of winning Gold and Silver at my first BUCS regatta and rowing at Women’s Henley six weeks later tempted me back to join the Senior Squad. I ran to be Treasurer during my Third year as I wanted to be involved with running the club that has really shaped my university experience. Despite being a History student, I secretly enjoy working with numbers!
My rowing career started here at Durham, where I fell in love with the sport. After two years I made it to the top boats of the club with many medals in my pocket. I became VP to bring together an extensive alumni network and our talented current athletes to regain the VL title.
Men’s Vice Captain
I started coxing when I was 14 at Kings Chester. I wanted to be men’s vice so I could play more of a leading role in the men’s squad in my final year. I want to work with Oscar to make the men’s squad fun through the winter and rewarding in the summer.
I’ve rowed since J15 at Chester-Le-Street ARC before moving to onto university. Despite an injured first year, I’m determined to keep the party going ensuring everyone has a great time.
Ex-Captain of Boats at King’s School Chester. Highlight of Rowing career: Capsizing at GB Trials in front of Head Selector. Responsible for maintaining the healthy DUBC training/social life balance.
I learnt to row in the coastal city of Plymouth, so coming to row Durham has been a real game changer. In my role as kit sec, I’m hoping to create some flair new kit designs for the coming season and to get everyone kitted out in time for racing.
Ive a heightened propensity for exaggeration and what I lack in height I shall make up for in my passion in my role as Alumni Officer. As a KGS and LRC survivor I have had my eyes opened to the possibilities as Alumni officer.
I rowed for 9 months before coming to Durham, at Twickenham Rowing Club. Having worked with charities and done lots of voluntary work before I loved the idea of raising money for a good cause while brining the squad together and having fun while doing it.
I learned to row at Winchester College in Junior Part, and am now coming into my 9th season of rowing. I am eager to get into my role of media officer, and to promote the club and its image over its social media outlets.