W1 girls putting the distance on Churchill in Pembroke Regatta. Look at that poise!
M1 boys pressing Downing to the last drop.
W2 cruise down the Pembroke Regatta course.
W1 at the start of a successful Newnham Short Course race.
M1 pushing through at NSC.
W2 racing in the NSC.
W3 speeding round grassy in NSC.
M3 happily rowing down the Newnham Short Course.
Welcome to the biggest society at Trinity Hall!
W1 securing their position as the 3rd fastest crew in the Winter Head to Head.
Finishing off a great Michaelmas term with a wonderful BCD.
W1 taking 3rd place overall in Fairbairns 2018.
M1 finishing as the 2nd fastest 4+, crushing King's and showing who's boss in Fairbairns 2018.
First crews at Leander dinner hosted by Walter Scott.
W1 and M1 after successful Autumn Head races.
First Men's 4+ flying down the course at Uni Fours semi-finals.

Word from the Captain

Welcome to THBC! We look forward to seeing all our returning rowers back in the boat house, as well as opening our doors to new members. Whether you are a prospective, current or former member of the Club, there will always be a place for you here.

This year we return to the boat house with freshly repainted blades, the wonderfully refurbished gym room, and finally a brand new womenís Filippi four. We are so lucky to be part of such a well equipped club, and our gratitude goes out to everyone whose investment into the boat club throughout the years has made these purchases possible. We also thank all our alumni and donors for their contributions, which will be going towards other planned purchases both this year and beyond.

The success of last year makes THBC a force to be reckoned with, and weíre not about to let them forget it. Both our menís and womenís first boats will be commencing May bumps in the first division following on from their successful row overs from the second division last summer. This is a tremendous achievement, the likes of which the club hasnít seen since 2013. Achieving both W1 Blades and M1 Blades this year has also been an incredible feat, particularly for the womenís side as this was the first set of non-technical W1 Blades for over 30 years. Our menís and womenís second boats have been equally successful, with numerous over bumps and division-topping races to add to their accolades. A final congratulations must go out to our lower boats which have also done fantastically well this year, with highlights including M3ís May Bumps Blades. It would be wonderful to see each and every crew capitalise on these successes, and firmly establish THBC as the most well-respected club out on the river.

Every single crew this year has incredible potential, stemming firstly from the determination and spirit of each and every one of our athletes, but also from the dedication of our head coach Paul, the commitment of all our volunteer coaches and not least of all the generous support of our alumni. All of the hard work delivered by these parties over the years - be it on the river, from the bank, or in spirit - has and will continue to bolster the community of THBC and leave us all with some incredible memories and legacies for the future.

We are lucky to be involved in the club at such a time in its history and we are looking forward to making 2019-2020 a year to remember.

From the captains and on behalf of the committee: Row Hall!

Irina Ferapontova and Alix Harrow Captains of Boats

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