Warwick Rowing was founded in 1966. In the calendar, Warwick Rowing aims to be true to the character of the club, which attracts a happy, friendly bunch of people who value team spirit, good humour and co-operation as much as success.
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We have been officially recognised as one of the university’s best sports clubs for our unique combination of accessibility and competition focus.
Now on the verge of top tier status in British rowing, UWBC has produced some of the most outstanding rowers of recent years, including Tom Solesbury (Current British Olympian and World Cup Championship medallist, Boat Race winner with Oxford in 2009) and Ben Ellison (2011 Boat Race winner with Oxford).
We have several promising rowers on the team right now. Over the coming weeks, we will be bringing you individual biographies of some of the guys you might recognize from their calendar appearances, so stay tuned!
When we launched our first calendar in 2009, we had no idea that it would bring us so many new friends and supporters around the world. People who would not just help fund our sport but give us a way to put something back.
In 2012 we decided to join the fight against homophobia, and were moved by your response. Now we are building on that response through Sport Allies, a programme to reach out to young people challenged by bullying, homophobia or low self-esteem.
We have created Sport Allies in partnership with support from senior sports figures like double Olympian and World Medallist rower Tom Solesbury and world-leading professional services company EY. The organisation is being led by a Management Committee that combines university student perspectives with the experience of established professionals from the worlds of media, charity, banking and law. The Management Committee aims to lead Sport Allies to becoming a fully-independent registered charity in 2015.
We are currently undertaking a far-reaching review of the research into homophobia in sport and its impact on the development of young people. We will be publishing our findings shortly.
Watch this space for more information, and meanwhile please support Sport Allies by considering the many fundraising products offered by Warwick Rowers at our shop.
Below, celebrated actor Sir Ian McKellen puts himself in the hands of the Warwick Rowers at the launch of the 2015 calendar at the May Fair Hotel in London. The event also gave Sport Allies an opportunity to highlight key findings from its upcoming report on the impact of homophobia in sport on the development of young people.
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