On September the 25th, MUBC embarked on a huge challenge in order to raise money for the club, as well as donating 50% of the total funds raised to Unseen, a charity that works with survivors of human tracking and modern day slavery. We set out to raise £1000 by rowing continuously for 24 hours, […]
With a new season just around the corner, we’d love to take some time to reflect on the highlights from the 2022/23 season. This past year, MUBC has competed across England, in local head races, regional events and at British University Championships, as well as spending 5 days in Nantes, France on a training camp. […]
Shortly after the annual Two Cities Boat Race, it once again time for MUBC to head to the Midland Hotel to celebrate the club’s achievements past and present. A huge thank you to MUBC’s wonderful Social Secretary Lauren Auchterlonie for organising such a fun night! Here is a small selection of photos taken during the […]
After a 2 year unexpected hiatus, the annual rowing varsity competition between Manchester and Salford University returned to Agecroft. A series of mixed boat friendly races were showcased to celebrate the history and support between both clubs. As an additional celebration, MUBC’s alumni boat club Nemesis reformed to compete alongside a mixed novice and senior […]
UoM Sport Press Release: “Our AU Sports Ball and Awards night took place on 5th May 2022 to recognise the contributions and achievements of our students in how they performed and aligned to the values of the university. “It was a great evening of celebrations and congratulations to all who were nominated and won any […]
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In preperation for the summer regatta season, MUBC took to sunny Runcorn to undertake 7 days of rigorous training. Here is a small gallery from the week taken by MUBC’s very own time traveller Ben Gompertz.
Whilst down in London for The Head of the River Race 2022, MUBC managed to capture at least one picture of every crew from Vets Head the following day. Please feel free to use any image as you please: As a thanks for the pictures, MUBC would appreciate a small donation to the club. The […]
The final race of the 2022 head season witnessed the MUBC mens’ squads take on the Championship Course on the river Thames. Starting from Chiswick Bridge and ending at Putney Bridge, the 6.8 km piece was a gruelling test of both the boys’ technical ability and fitness which had been developed since the start of […]
Wedged between the flagship tideway events in the rowing calendar of WEHoRR and HoRR, MUBC’s local head of the river found itself unusually forgotten about as a focal race in the North Western head season. For MUBC’s women’s squad, NoEHoRR was an opportunity to celebrate the culmination of head season after the incredible experience on […]