Summer Training schedule (April to October):
Each night, and some mornings there will be a group of people down. Weekends will be slightly different. Please see the diary at the bottom of this page for the full schedule.
Winter Training Schedule (October to March):
MONDAY GYM SESSION FROM 7PM
SATURDAY WATER SESSION 10AM-12PM (weather dependent)
Additional squad training sessions or daylight boat outings may be organised depending on lake conditions and/or crew availability.
Junior training sessions take place all year round but are obvioulsy dependent on weather and lake conditions during the winter months.
LEARN TO ROW
- York Autumn Sculls
- Durham Autumn Sprint
– Tyne Long Distance Sculling Series
- Durham Long Distance Sculling series
– Rutherford Head, Newburn, Tyne. 5k Biggest head race in the Northern region.
- Tyne United New Years Head 5Km
- Durham Small Boats Head - 1.8Km
- Tyne Head 4.5Km
- Yorkshire Head 5Km
- Ponteland Junior Head 2.4Km (Juniors only)
- Lakeland RC Boat Race Day 500m (Social event and BBQ)
- Chester Le Street Regatta. Chester Le-Street 1.5Km
- Strathclyde Park Regatta
– Hexham Regatta. Hexham. 800m
– Durham Regatta. Durham 800m, 2 days, biggest regatta in the north
- National Masters Championships, Nottingham
– Talkin Tarn Regatta. 700m
- Henley Royal Qualifying and Henley Royal Regatta
- Henley Masters1Km. Seniors only event
- North of England Sprint Championships, Hollingworth
- Boston (Rowing) Marathon 50Km
If you are interested in competing or supporting any of the above events please get in touch with our Club Captain, Simon Bamforth.
LRC Summer BBQ - Exact date to be confirmed
LRC Christmas Party - Exact date to be confirmed
If you are interested in supporting any of the above events please get in touch with the Club Events Officer.
Unsure what ‘Heads’ and ‘Regattas’ are?
The calendar of competitive rowing events includes Heads and Regatta seasons:
Head Races - are time trials whereby competitiors are set off one by one and the result is timed to work out your result. Head races are usually river races over longer distances and run during the winter months which is Head Season (September - April).
Regattas - are run in the Summer months. They are the traditional side by side races where the first one across the line wins. Regattas are usually shorter distances (up to 2,000 meters) during Regatta Season (April - September).
For a full list of British Rowing Competitions please click here.