DURHAM Amateur Rowing Club warmed up for a busy summer with their best performance in over a decade at the Head of the River race on the River Thames.
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HORR stands for Head of the River Race (UK)
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TEES crews took part in the Head of the River Race on the Tideway, pictured.
Cockcroft and Smith took class wins in all three major GB championships head of the river races on London's Boat Race course over the winter - the Pairs, Fours and Women's 8s Head - and having launched their regatta season with success in Africa, they are now targeting the British University Championships next month and the European students championships in Poland.
CARDIFF rower Richard Wilder capped a great first full year in the sport with a superb third in Britain's biggest singles event, The Scullers' Head of The River Race.
Last weekend saw Stratford's Senior Men's VIII compete in the Head of the River race on the Thames between Mortlake and Putney.
THE Yorkshire Head of the River Race attracted a huge entry and Tees Rowing Club crews were strongly represented.
DURHAM Amateur Rowing Club entered a record six crews in the annual Head of the River Race on the River Thames as they celebrate their 150th anniversary.
The club's Italian head coach Angelo Savarino said: "The boat helped us to achieve our first overall victory in the race against Durham last year and with Vicky the club has already won five pennants for the fastest crew at London's Head of the River races.