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GHENT 2024

GHENT 2024

A great weekend for the squad, winning the Victor Ludorum at Ghent International Regatta, with plenty of close racing across the board. Highlights included the following:🥇🥇Men’s eight🥇🥇Men’s four🥇🥈Men’s quad 🥇Women’s pair🥈Women’s eight🥈🥉🥉Women’s quads We are now...

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Wallingford Regatta Race Report

Wallingford Regatta Race Report

Wallingford Regatta kicked off our domestic racing season giving most of the squad a great opportunity to test their speed and get back racing side-by-side at the weekend. The morning division saw small boats for the women’s squad winning both the Chairman's Challenge...

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European Champs

European Champs

European Champs Olympic fever is growing as GB retain their position as top rowing nation in Europe after bringing home 10 medals at the 2024 European Rowing Championships in Szeged, Hungary. Leander rowers featured heavily in the success. For full reports from...

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World Cup 1

World Cup 1

Leander Club athletes raced in three of the wins and took three silvers at the World Rowing Cup 1 in Varese, Italy, from 12-14 April. Women’s fours Gold: Esme Booth and Sam Redgrave, along with Marlow’s Helen Glover and Imperial College’s Rebecca Shorten.. Silver:...

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Summer dining

Summer dining

Weather permitting, our outdoor dining service begins on Wednesday 1st May. Head Chef Jamie has released a new Late Spring Menu, including rolled pork belly, pan seared tuna steak and jackfruit pappardelle. This will be served both in the Clubhouse and out on the Deck...

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HRR Bookings Open on Monday

HRR Bookings Open on Monday

Bookings for HRR dining and boat trips open on Monday 22nd April at 10am. All the menus, prices and timings and rules are set out clearly here. To book lunches, afternoon teas and dinners, please click here. To book boat trips please email regatta@leander.co.uk Guest...

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GB APRIL TRIALS

GB APRIL TRIALS

 L-R: Dowe de Graaf, Amelia Standing, Juliette Perry, Dan Graham  Whilst the Olympic team were in Varese, Italy, racing at the first World Cup, Leander’s development squad was out in force competing at GB trials. In the W2- Juliette Perry and Amelia Standing raced...

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Healthium Clinics

Healthium Clinics

We are delighted to announce a new partnership with Healthium Clinics which will be providing GP and diagnostic care for our athletes, and a range of medical and aesthetic services for our Members. Leander Club Members will receive access to General Medicine support...

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Head of the River Race

Head of the River Race

Leander win The Head of the River 2024 In the absence of our international athletes, who are away on camp in preparations for the Olympics, it was an opportunity for our development club-based men to fly the flag for Leander at this year's HORR.  This challenge was...

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In the Pink book event

In the Pink book event

by Irene Hewlett, Leander Librarian The first evening of the second series of Rowing Book Talks hosted by Leander Librarian Irene Hewlett was held on Thursday 7 March. This evening was about the history of rowing at Westminster School detailed in the meticulously...

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WEHORR WIN

WEHORR WIN

 Congratulations to our Women’s squad on winning the Women’s Eights Head Of The River Race on Saturday. The winning crew of Abbie Topp, Amelia Standing, Charlotte Fennell, Phoebe Snowden, Juliette Perry, Philippa Emery, Daisy Bellamy, Issy Powell, and cox Henry...

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February GB Trials Race Report

February GB Trials Race Report

Last weekend saw Leander Club take 40 athletes from the men and women’s squads up to Boston, Lincolnshire for GBRT February Trials. With the first round of trials back in November being cancelled due to weather conditions, the athletes were eager to show what they...

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New Junior Coach

New Junior Coach

We are delighted to welcome George Nottidge to the coaching team as our new High Performance Sculling Coach, focusing on the juniors. George comes from Kingston RC where he led the junior men's squad. George rowed at Tiffin School and the University of Nottingham....

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Quintin Head Race Report

Quintin Head Race Report

Leander’s development squad took three eights to Quintin Head on Saturday 20th January, racing on the Tideway for the first time this year. More than 270 crews raced from Chiswick Bridge to just past Hammersmith Bridge. Ross Hunter, Chief Coach of Leander women said:...

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The First 200 Years

The First 200 Years

The first Leander Library Rowing Book Talk in 2024 was held on Thursday, 18 January with Andy Trotman, editor of The First 200 Years, a comprehensive account of the history of Leander - writes Irene Hewlett, Leander Club Librarian The book was published in 2018 to...

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Careers Group

Careers Group

A new careers group for Leander has been set up by a team of athletes, Olympians, Members, and committee members.  They all bring something special to the crew in hopes of developing a program that has longevity to benefit both the athletes and the Members of...

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Turkey Sculls

Turkey Sculls

The Turkey Sculls, held this year on on Thursday 21st December, is the traditional way we bring training to a close at the club. On a blustery day and a full river, 48 athletes were drawn in scratch mixed quads to battle it out for the prize turkey, kindly given by...

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Leander Wine Club

Leander Wine Club

Several members of Leander Club have suggested that we develop a wine club for the benefit of membership.  Objectives would be to create a forum where those interested in enjoying wine together and learning more about it, can meet at the club to develop their wine...

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Turkey Sculls

Turkey Sculls

All Members are invited to watch the famous Turkey Sculls on Thursday 22nd December! We will be drawing the crews out of a hat in front of the crowd for the first time, so come on down and see the draw. This fast and furious scratch race starts at the HRR finish line...

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I have finished my course. Leander.

I have finished my course. Leander.

Leander Member Sam Mainds has just returned from a tour of the Somme with recently retired Colonel Jeremy Pughe Morgan of the Royal Regiment of Wales (holding the photo). Here he visited the grave of Leander Member Captain Mervyn Richardson, who was killed in action...

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Wrap up Christmas!

Wrap up Christmas!

Everyone is invited to Leander’s first 'love local' Christmas market, to be held on Tuesday 12th December from 6pm-9pm in the Clubhouse! Nearly all our stallholders are local craftspeople and food producers, so come along and support our fantastic town's talent! The...

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Water’s Gleaming Gold

Water’s Gleaming Gold

On Thursday, 9 November 2023, the Leander Club had the pleasure of welcoming Gavin Jamieson, grandson-in-law of the remarkable oarsman, aviator and rowing coach Hugh ‘Jumbo’ Edwards and author of his biography, Water’s Gleaming Gold. He came to Leander to give a...

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Greatest Rowing Stories

Greatest Rowing Stories

Several Members of Leander Club have been published in a new rowing anthology, ‘The Greatest Rowing Stories Ever Told’.  The book collects articles and excerpts of classic rowing stories, from the inception of the sport on English waters in the 18th century,...

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HOCR: the cox’s view

HOCR: the cox’s view

Race report by Sonya Gladstone, cox of the men’s eight The Leander club Men’s squad took a top eight and double over to Boston Massachusetts. The double had Oliver Costley at stroke and Rory Harris at bow. The eight was stroked by Iwan Hadfield, Dan Graham at seven,...

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HOCR 2023

HOCR 2023

Leander’s Oliver Costley and Rory Harris came away with a win in the Championship Doubles at HOCR in Boston, Mass, this weekend. Other success in this event came from Leander’s Bryn Ellery, achieving 3rd place representing his old school Windsor Boys.  Leander’s...

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Full house for author

Full house for author

It was busy at Leander Club on a Thursday evening in early September for the first of a series of rowing book talks organised by Leander Club librarian Irene Hewlett to raise funds for the Leander Trust. Queues wrapped around the building to admit the 110 guests to...

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Vesta Scullers Head

Vesta Scullers Head

Leander athletes enjoyed an early season run out at Vesta Scullers Head on 23rd September. Well done to everyone who raced and huge thanks to Vesta Rowing volunteers for organising a great event, and to London Rowing Club for hosting us. Results 2nd Harris 3rd Costley...

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Christmas at Leander Club

Christmas at Leander Club

Christmas at Leander Club is a truly special occasion. What could be better than celebrating in the historic and luxurious surroundings of the Clubhouse? Our exceptional festive menu has just been published and can be found by clicking here. We will be...

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Toughest race in the world

Toughest race in the world

Congratulations to the four Leander rowers who were part of the crew that won the GB Men’s eight (M8+) in the 'toughest race in the world', the gruelling Schleswig-Holstein Netz Cup on the Kiel Canal in Rendsburg, Germany, this month. Miles Beeson, Douwe De...

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World Rowing Champs

World Rowing Champs

Great Britain finished with nine medals and qualified 13 boats for the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games, placing second on the medal table, and tied first on the number of golds at the 2023 World Rowing Championships in Belgrade this weekend. For the full news...

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Jazz night at Deck Closing Party

Jazz night at Deck Closing Party

All Leander Members and their guests are invited to celebrate the end of the season at our Deck Closing Party. We'll have a live jazz and blues band playing outside, on September 30th. A mouthwatering BBQ and pizzas will be available. In case of inclement weather, we...

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King’s Cup medal ceremony

King’s Cup medal ceremony

Sean Colgan represented Leander Club at the King’s Cup medal ceremony at Government House in Wellington, New Zealand recently. The event honoured the 1919 New Zealand Defence Force crew that helped build the peace after World War I, and celebrated women in the defence...

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Rowing book series: Lessons in Chemistry

Rowing book series: Lessons in Chemistry

You are invited to hear best-selling author Bonnie Garmus discuss her brilliant novel, Lessons in Chemistry, in aid of the Leander Trust on Thursday 7th September at 6pm. This is the first in a series of three Leander Library Rowing Book Talks scheduled to be held in...

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Fawley Cup win in Kanghua quad

Fawley Cup win in Kanghua quad

Leander was delighted to win the Fawley Challenge Cup at this year’s HRR – its biggest win yet in the Kanghua quad delivered last year. As well as notching up some impressive race results, Leander athletes provide invaluable feedback to Kanghua, which has helped the...

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Henley Royal Regatta 2023

Henley Royal Regatta 2023

104 Leander athletes competed at this year's Henley Royal Regatta - 73 athletes competed in the semi-finals and 60 reached finals day. An impressive 23 Leander athletes took home medals. The first win of the day was the Princess Grace Challenge Cup. This GB women’s...

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Henley Women’s Regatta Results

Henley Women’s Regatta Results

Leander Club put forward a record entry for this year’s HWR.  Nine crews were entered along with two composite entries in both the women’s double and women’s pair.  This was also the first time Leander had crews entered across all women’s Championship...

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Henley Women’s Regatta

Henley Women’s Regatta

We're pleased to announce a strong line-up of crews for this weekend's Henley Women's Regatta. They would appreciate your support on the riverbank! All HWR competitors are invited to visit Leander Club during the regatta, to enjoy pizza and drinks on the deck - please...

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Colgan Foundation to sponsor Leander Club

Colgan Foundation to sponsor Leander Club

The Leander Committee is delighted to announce a new sponsorship deal with Colgan Foundation, starting immediately and continuing for the next five years. This partnership is targeted directly at the Leander rowing programme, supporting the development of our young...

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Crosswind fun at Met Regatta

Crosswind fun at Met Regatta

Leander’s development squad returned from their annual training camp in Banyoles, Spain, last week and went straight into racing at The Metropolitan Regatta at Dorney Lake. With tough crosswind conditions, racing was challenging at times but very beneficial for all...

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Banyoles training camp

Banyoles training camp

The Leander Squad has completed finished their annual training camp in sunny Banyoles. They are looking forward to a packed racing schedule as we move towards HRR. As usual thank you to all our members, without your support training camps like these wouldn’t be...

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Wallingford Regatta

Wallingford Regatta

Ali Brown writes Leander scullers lead the way. Wallingford Regatta at Dorney Lake was the venue for Leander's first domestic regatta of the season. The Development squad attended in force, boating 15 crews for the 2000m race. Testament to the successful sculling...

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GB April Trials

GB April Trials

Leander Club had an impressive 51 athletes invited to take part in this invitational GB small boat trial, at Caversham Lake. Out of 36 possible places in the A finals, Leander athletes filled 22. In the men’s pair event, Leander’s Tom George and Oliver Wynne- Griffith...

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HRR 2023 in a nutshell

HRR 2023 in a nutshell

We are receiving lots of Henley Royal Regatta enquiries so here is a brief overview of what you can book, and when! Your HRR badge packs will arrive in April, containing everything you need to know about what's on offer at Leander Club and when you can book it....

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The Head of the River Race

The Head of the River Race

On Saturday 18th March, Leander men’s squad took three crews to race The Head of the River Race from Mortlake to Putney in London. Leander’s top boat set off 2nd behind a strong Oxford Brookes crew containing eight World Champions from last summer's World...

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Leander Women vs CUBC

Leander Women vs CUBC

For the third weekend in a row the Leander women took two crews to the Tideway to complete a series of races on the Championship course which included fixtures and the Women’s Head of the River.  This weekend it was an opportunity to race Cambridge as they prepare for...

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Leander Men vs Oxford

Leander Men vs Oxford

Photo: Leander 1 Leander’s top club men’s eight took on the Oxford University Blue Boat this weekend on the Championship Course, with the fixture broadcast live on The Boat Race YouTube channel. It was a fantastic race where the lead changed hands three times over the...

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Mary’s wall of fame

Mary’s wall of fame

Our superstar Housekeeper Mary Jamai (Maz), is retiring after 24 years of loyal and patient service. Maz started out as a kitchen assistant, progressed to pastry chef and in 2002 became Housekeeper. She is also a rowing superfan and has carefully collected and curated...

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Women’s Eights Head of the River

Women’s Eights Head of the River

On Saturday 4th March, 30 Leander athletes took to the Tideway for the annual Women’s Head of the River.  In what was an amazing display of women's rowing in the UK a total of 320 crews totalling 2,880 athletes charged down the Tideway course from Chiswick...

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50th anniversary of HoRR win

50th anniversary of HoRR win

Pictured - B: Peter Summers, 2: Johnny Pemberton, 3: Chris Dalley, 4: Chris Etherington, 5: Carl Purchase, 6: Tim Crooks, 7: Hugh Matheson, S: Dick Lester, C: Robert Lee Robert Treharne-Jones, Leander Club Archivist writes: Founded in 1926 by the legendary Steve...

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Leander vs OUWBC

Leander vs OUWBC

On Sunday 26th February, the Leander women headed to London for the much anticipated fixture against the Oxford Women on the Championship Course.  Whilst no rain on the day, a stiff North Easterly breeze meant that Hammersmith Head was cancelled in the morning but the...

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Junior Trials

Junior Trials

The Leander Juniors traveled to Boston Lincolnshire for GB Junior Trials last weekend February 18th /19th. Leander had five scullers racing over the same 5k course that the Seniors raced over last week. Racing in single sculls in difficult tailwind conditions the...

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CUBC fixture

CUBC fixture

Leander Club raced Cambridge University on Sunday 19th February in our annual pre–Boat Race fixture. The race was on the Championship course in London split into two separate pieces. Starting in Putney the first piece was to Chiswick steps. Cambridge on the Middlesex...

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1970s rowing revival

1970s rowing revival

The 1976 Montreal Olympic Silver Medal winning Eight with Dick Lester at Stroke and Tim Crooks at Six Seventy people gathered to hear about the 1970s British men's rowing revival at a supper talk on Friday 3rd February. Members and their guests were entertained before...

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Have a go on a Hydrow

Have a go on a Hydrow

We’re delighted to announce that the gym has two state of the art Hydrow machines which all Members are welcome to use. Hydrow is an internet connected rower that brings the on-water, outdoor experience of rowing inside. On the screen, world-class athletes lead you...

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Gym opens to all Members

Gym opens to all Members

All Members are now invited to use the Leander Club gym for the first time in the club’s history. This is a brand new offer for our Members which is included in your annual membership. It has been made possible now that our athletes travel to Toby Garbett’s gym on the...

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Quintin Head 2023

Quintin Head 2023

On Sunday 29th January, Leander Club took two development eights to race at Quintin Head. The course started at Chiswick Bridge and finished a few strokes after Hammersmith Bridge opposite Fulham Reach Boat Club. Our women’s crew of Topp, Diaz, Bird, Hunt-Davis,...

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The Fours Head prize giving

The Fours Head prize giving

The Fours Head prize giving took place at Leander Club on Wednesday 25th January. Leander Club athletes celebrated winning all seven Championship events. The full race report can be found by clicking here.

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Space Series!

Space Series!

Space Series! A series of exhibitions, movies and talks based on a private collection of rare artefacts from the Soviet space programme and NASA Apollo missions is due to land on Leander this month. Over the next few months, Leander Club will host a series of three...

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Annual Club Dinner

Annual Club Dinner

As reported by Robert Treharne Jones, Leander Club Archivist Leander members raised £4,000 for charity at their Club Dinner on Friday, 20th January, when two of the club’s rowing legends enthralled a packed house with tales from their sporting careers. Olympic...

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CORNELL CLUB NYC

CORNELL CLUB NYC

We are delighted to announce reciprocity with The Cornell Club, NYC. This new arrangement is now available to all our Members. Please download the reciprocal clubs form from your Member log in area before visiting. The Cornell Club-New York is a 14 story Members-only...

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Six Nations Rugby at Leander Club

Six Nations Rugby at Leander Club

Six Nations Rugby We are screening every match of the Six Nations – come and watch on the big screen in our relaxed bar. We’ll be providing match day food so you can settle in and take in all the action! Round 1 Saturday 4 Feb, 14:15 – Wales v Ireland Saturday 4 Feb,...

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Rowing resurges!

Rowing resurges!

In the 1970s, British rowing at the international level emerged from the doldrums of the 1950s and 60s and we started to win medals again! The story of this transformation is the theme of our next Friday supper evening on 3rd February. Taking us through the period...

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New networking group

New networking group

The new Henley Female Networking Group will be meeting regularly at Leander Club in 2023. The first meeting of the year will be a Breakfast Conversation with Jacki Hill-Murphy - Explorer, Speaker, Author, Teacher. Jacki Hill-Murphy MA, FRGS is an explorer, teacher,...

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Turkey Sculls returns

Turkey Sculls returns

The first Turkey Sculls race in three years took place just before Christmas. It was a welcome return for this fast and furious mixed ability event after a Covid-induced break. Nine quads sprinted a 200m course from the HRR finish line to the club, for the chance to...

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JUNIOR ERGO CHAMPS

JUNIOR ERGO CHAMPS

Nearly 70 pupils from across Wokingham state secondary schools took part in a Leander Club ergo championships recently. Leander Club’s High Performance Talent ID coach Jonathan Jackson ('JJ') arranged the event as part of the club’s outreach programme which works to...

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Leander’s drive to increase female coaches

Leander’s drive to increase female coaches

Leander Club has committed to help increase the numbers of female rowing coaches in the UK, by sponsoring 11 of its athletes to qualify as British Rowing coaches.  Only 10% of coaching positions within the high-performance sports community in the UK are held by...

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Wallingford Head

Wallingford Head

Wallingford Head took place on Sunday 27th November on the beautiful Wallingford stretch of the River Thames. Leander had two men's crews racing in the morning division with the women's squad and a men's gap year crew in the afternoon. Both the Leander crews raced...

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Festive opening hours

Festive opening hours

The Club will be closed in the evening of 22nd December; also from 6pm on 24th December to 6pm on 31st December 2022. We are open on 31st December for the New Year's Eve Dickensian Feast. We are then closed from 1st-3rd January 2023. Normal service resumes on the 4th...

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The Fours Head – race report

The Fours Head – race report

The Fours Head of the River took place last Saturday and with wins across the board, Leander Club proved their strength again. Leander had nine crews competing in open events as well as two in the junior men's category, racing from Chiswick Bridge to Putney pier, over...

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Student ergo champs for novices 

Student ergo champs for novices 

Students from across Wokingham state secondary schools are being invited to compete at a Leander Club ergo championships next month. A total of 90 pupils from Year 9 and Year 10 (aged 13-15) are set to race at the event, which is due to be held at Waingels College in...

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GB Trials Race Report

GB Trials Race Report

With two full trailers and 57 athletes eager to show what they could do, Leander set off for a busy weekend in Boston, Lincolnshire. The trial was over two days starting with a 2k ergo test for all athletes on the Saturday. Leander athletes performed well on the ergo...

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WINGFIELD SCULLS FOR SEB

WINGFIELD SCULLS FOR SEB

The 27th of October saw racing for the 2022 Wingfield Sculls on the Tideway Championship Course. This is an event that is steeped in history, dating back to its first race in 1830, with many famous winners in British sculling folklore. Today Seb Deveraux of Leander...

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Lensday Needs You!

Lensday Needs You!

Nearly fifty years ago a member by the name of Len Habbitts, who was well known for his sculling in the Diamond Sculls in the 1930s and for competing in Tideway Scullers Head, decided that the Club needed to promote rowing activity amongst some of the older members of...

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VICTORY AT WORLD CHAMPS

VICTORY AT WORLD CHAMPS

Great Britain finished top of the 2022 World Rowing Championships medal table with 12 medals in total. This is a fantastic achievement and Leander Club would like to congratulate all the GB athletes, coaches and support staff involved.  18 Leander athletes raced at...

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DINE WITH OLYMPIANS

DINE WITH OLYMPIANS

Join us for a fascinating dinner talk with Olympians Vicky Thornley and Jack Beaumont on Friday, 28th October. Vicky and Jack will share what it’s like to be at the Olympics – from first going to the ‘village’, to race day, and prize-giving. They will talk for...

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ANNUAL ROWING DINNER

The Leander Club Rowing Dinner will be held this year on Saturday 19th November. This is for Full Members only, no guests.  Dress: Black TieTime: 6.30pm for drinks, 7.15pm for dinnerCost: £45 to include welcome drink and dinnerBooking: Call us on...

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Mexican feast night

Mexican feast night

Raise a toast to Mexico’s Day of the Dead with an informal Mexican Feast Night on Thursday 10th November. This is a very relaxed event. You’ll be served sharing platters of everything Mexican – from soft shell tacos to tostados, enchiladas and quesadillas. Bring your...

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GLOW and Beer Party

GLOW and Beer Party

Are you a beers and beatboxing kind of après-skier, or is it all about the mulled wine for you? We’re looking forward to the return of GLOW winter music festival, taking place in our heated stretch tent on the Leander Club lawn. It all kicks off with a Bavarian Beer...

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Yoga with Maddy

Yoga with Maddy

The wonderful Maddy Rothschild is bringing a new Vinyasa Yoga class to Leander Club and we're delighted! Starting from Monday 3rd October at 8am, Maddy will be leading an energising yoga class in the dining room overlooking the Thames. Best view in Henley. Start the...

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World Champs, Racice

World Champs, Racice

SATURDAY 24TH / 25th SEPTEMBER: Leander will be showing the live racing of finals in the club bar. Come along and support our athletes! Saturday A finals start at 1234 and run until 1426 Sunday A finals start at 1205 and run until 1359 The rowing World Championships...

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Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Leander Club President, Mike Sweeney said: "The Members, Athletes and Staff of Leander Club have learnt with great sadness of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. We join the nation in mourning for the passing of this exceptional monarch. We remember her...

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Fine Dining Menu plus Wine Pairings

Fine Dining Menu plus Wine Pairings

We're delighted to say that our new Member Service and Operations Manager, Will Kuhl, is something of an expert when it comes to wine. Will has carefully selected wine pairings to accompany our next Fine Dining Evening on Wednesday 31 August. These events are always...

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U23 Worlds: Race Report

U23 Worlds: Race Report

L-R: Phoebe Campbell, Lauren Carey, Georgie Robinson Ranger, Lettie Cabot At the recent U23 World Championships in Varese, Italy, Leander athletes produced amazing performances.  All six Leander women returned with a medal. To kickstart the medal haul,...

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New Kanghua quad

New Kanghua quad

Leander’s cadet group recently took delivery of a brand-new Kanghua KX quad. The KX is the top-of-the-range Kanghua, using the very latest in pre-preg carbon technology – not only for the hull, but the bow-mounted wing riggers too. This boat has a new design of rigger...

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Illuminated Boat Parade

Illuminated Boat Parade

Leander Club is delighted to support The Illuminated Boat Parade, to be held between Fawley Meadows and the Leander on the evening of the 24th September.   Now the organisers are looking to our Members to get involved. Penny Palermo, event organiser said: "If you have...

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HRR 2022: Race report

HRR 2022: Race report

Photo credit Robert Treharne Jones In what was a record year for Henley Royal Regatta, Leander Club brought home four victories: The Prince of Wales, The Ladies' Plate, The Rememham and The Grand! Finals day saw Leander club-based crews racing in four events. The...

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