Squad News

Squad News

Latest news from the TURC squads

Peel of approval A chance for Richard Peel a lengendary former junior co-ordinator and coach to reflect on his memories. Q What was your connection with TURC? A Junior Coordinator and Coach from 2012 until 2017 Q What is your…
Leading the way ahead Today we catch up with the very accomplished Amy McCarthy. As a high performance junior athlete, I got the opportunity to compete at JIRR, Henley Women’s regatta and GB junior trials. I am now a British…
Rowers on Ice? Kathryn Bolton takes the spotlight this week, a very bright alumni of TURC who recently headed off for the frozen lakes of Calgary.
Where are they now? As part of our continuing series of catching up with former Club members, this week we go back to the start and quiz a founder member, Barbara Millns.
Tentative, Measured, Re-starting Rowing within BR guidelines Message from our Chair, Alex Shiel I'm pleased to be able to let you know that the Committee have completed the preparation and planning to enable rowing to re-start at TURC. A document…
Where are they now?   The first person we catch up with in this new series of Tyne United Alumni is Dan Graham.
Current Covid-19 Status Message from our Chair Dear All As you might guess, a number of us have been reviewing the Club's position. We have also been discussing the situation with our friends at TARC to ensure that we co-ordinate…
The women's masters C double of Rachel and Sophie headed to DARC to take part in the SBH. The stories of Elvet Bridge crashes are part of local rowing folklore and this year proved no exception. The day was mild…
The LDS saw entries from Duncan and Allen in their singles. After some tricky marshalling both made it safely down the course and were happy with their rows. The SBH saw Rachel and Sophie race the masters women’s double sculls…
A cold sunny day, greeted the turc crews at Berwick. After some discussion about the best line and how the bridge looked pretty solid they headed on to the water, for the paddle up to the start. Some really good…