Leander athletes dominated GB Trials last weekend, where new recruits to the national team shone brightly against the established stars of Rio. The club’s heavyweight men took the top seven…
Saturday 25 February 2017
With the Six Nations 2017 under way, we are continuing to show rugby on the big screen in the Regatta Room for all Saturday fixtures throughout the season!
The first game kicks off on Saturday at 14:25 hrs, with TV coverage commencing at 14:00 hrs, so just turn up with your guests and enjoy world-class rugby in the comfort of your club.
Due to other events taking place in the club that day, we will have limited seating available.
No booking is necessary – food and drink is available from the Bar, including our special rugby deal of a ‘Burger and Pint’ for £10 per person.
We hope to see you there!
Saturday Fixture List for Six Nations 2017
(All kick-off times are shown in GMT)
14.25 Scotland v. Wales
16:50 Ireland v. France
Meet the Athletes – 16th February 2017
As Leander’s GB athletes return to training post-Rio, members and corporate guests will hear the stories of three prominent Olympians at a Meet the Athletes evening at Leander on Thursday 16th February 2017.
Vicky Thornley, Will Satch and Jack Beaumont will be in conversation after a delicious dinner.
Leander is acknowledged as the most successful Olympic sports club in the world.
As it approaches its Bicentenary in 2018, the Tokyo Olympics in 2020 and beyond, Leander looks forward to continuing its development, including new outreach and legacy commitments. In partnership with World Rowing, Leander will help to raise the sport’s profile and accessibility internationally.
In August this year, some of Leander’s GB athletes will row 900 km down the Kafui River in Zambia to help World Rowing raise the profile of the sport in sub-Saharan Africa.In 2018, Leander will commemorate and celebrate its Bicentenary with a range ofevents and activities both in Henley-on-Thames and at prestigious venues in London. In 2019, building on this year’s expedition, we anticipate another rowing challenge – and in 2020 we expect to once again deliver approximately half of Team GB at the Tokyo Olympics.
Leander Club is home to champions past, present and future. Our Members have won more Olympic medals than any other single-sport Club in the world.
Our young high-potential oarsmen and women enjoy state-of-the-art facilities and world class coaching. Do you have what it takes?
Leander Club Membership brings many benefits. Members enjoy Clubhouse hospitality seven days a week.
The Clubhouse also provides a privileged base for Henley Royal Regatta and there is an active program of Club and campaign events throughout the year.
You don’t have to be a rower to apply to join us as a Club Member.
Commercial partners engage with Leander Club and our International and Academy athletes for brand and relationship-building purposes.
As our story to 2018 and Leander’s Bicentenary unfolds, partners and other corporate clients are enjoying opportunities to entertain customers at Henley Royal Regatta and campaign events, or to row with our athletes.
This year, these events are enabling clients to meet our international athletes and share their Olympic stories. Meanwhile, our Academy athletes provide inspiring teambuilding experiences, whilst their sights are set on Tokyo in 2020.
But Leander is more than just a rowing club. In addition, the club has excellent facilities for formal meetings, seminars and workshops as well as 11 comfortable 4* rowing-themed bedrooms. Where better to inspire your delegates than at the world’s most successful single Olympic sports club!
The extraordinary success of Team GB at the Olympic Games in Rio has placed them at the top of the rowing medal table. Twelve Leander athletes won medals (out of GB’s total of 26) to swell the Club’s tally of Olympic medals from 111 in 2012 to an amazing 123.
Leander delivers rowing athletes for Team GB. Twelve Leander athletes won medals in Rio (out of GB’s total of 26), retaining GB’s position at the top of the rowing medal table and bringing Leander’s total Olympic medal tally to 123.
The Club’s successes at both GB and Academy levels, together with various ongoing campaign events, deliver news stories throughout the year.
Please watch this space for the latest news and contact the Press Office for further information.
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