This year's Quintin Head saw the event run from Hammersmith Bridge to past Chiswick bridge, a section of the school’s head course in reverse, always a challenging test. A strong field of crews, in relatively good conditions for the tideway, a holding wind on the main straight of the course. The School first VIII were … Continue reading Quintin Head
Whilst the older year groups were in London over the weekend, year 10 boys and girls competed in Cambridge at their Winter 'Head to Head'. BMSBC took a J15 Boy's 8+ of Rob Lay, Ed Harris, Jack Hill, Josh Drake, Austin Lawrence, Jack Cook, Jake Young and Aaron Smith coxed by Alex Hogben. … Continue reading Cambridge Head To Head
Final reminders for this weekend... Saturday Cambridge Head 2 Head Meet at BMS @ 08:20am Return approx. 13:30pm Cambridge Head-2-Head Crews Quintin Head Meet at BMS @ 07:45am Race Time: 12:15pm Return approx. 16:30-17:00 Quintin Head NO WJ16 TRAINING Sunday J15 A Crew - 10:00am to 12:00pm J14 (Yr9) Crews - 10:00am to 12:00pm PLEASE … Continue reading Weekend 28/29 January
Find attached a copy of the half term training timetable. If you are away for this week, please inform your squad coach so that appropriate plans can be put in place. February Half Term Training 2017
This weekend sees nearly all members of the boat club in action, both training and racing. The Senior Boys, Girls and J16 Boys eights are all racing at Quintin Head of the river in London. This sees them race the 4800m stretch from Hammersmith bridge to past Chiswick Bridge. This will be a good test … Continue reading Busy Weekend!
A relatively small number of athletes from Bedford Modern raced at Northampton head of the river on Saturday and despite the bitterly cold weather, it proved a highly successful day for the boat club. We managed to collect three wins, the J15 boys A crew, the girls J15 4x+ and Imogen Eales and Jess Read … Continue reading Northampton Head of the Nene
The boat club had a good showing at a pretty miserable Star New Year Head. The expected January heavy rain arrived and meant for pretty nasty rowing, and coaching conditions! The boys first VIII was the first crew down of the day, and quickly set the pace, posting the fastest time of the day and only crew to … Continue reading Star Club – New Year’s Head