A Dinner and Dance presented by Sir Steve Redgrave CBE, MRC Club President

“Thank You Marlow” Dinner and Auction

Friday 9th March 2018 19.00 for 19.45 at

The Crowne Plaza Hotel, Marlow

We are hosting our fourth biannual Dinner and Dance to say thank to Marlow and our friends for all their help and support in the rebuilding of our club.

We are delighted to announce that on Friday 9th March 2018 Sir Steve and Lady Ann Redgrave will be hosting the dinner at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Marlow.

There will be a number the club’s and other sporting celebrity’s at the dinner; names to be announced shortly but it is a chance for the club to come together, let your hair down as it were and have a great night.  There will be some fundraising activity and a small auction. These dinners have proved very popular and successful in the past, and it’s your chance to mix with some of our top sportsman and women.

Crowne Plaza Hotel, Fieldhouse Lane
Marlow, Buckinghamshire SL7 1LU
United Kingdom

Contact Emaildeputychairman@marlowrowingclub.org.uk


Individual Ticket: £65 and a table of 10 is £600. To book please click below. 

Full details and booking

Squads from 46 countries (862 clubs in total) were represented at the recent World Masters’ Regatta at Lake Bled, Slovenia.

This year’s entry was the biggest yet as clubs were attracted not only by a Central European venue with breath-takingly beautiful scenery, but also the newly introduced Club Trophy Competition; points being awarded only to crews comprised entirely from one club. Over 4700 athletes raced in more than 900 races over four days and MRC Masters’ Women's Squad showed that all the hard work put in over the preceding couple of years, had been worthwhile, as they finished a highly commendable 4th.












Marlow Rowing Club gained 13 wins at the regatta last weekend meaning they came top in the medal stakes, followed by Maidenhead Rowing Club.  

Read the report in the Maidnhead Advertiser here:



We are sorry to report that Michael Hogan, a member of Improvers Squad, passed away on 2nd July having been taken ill the previous evening just a few hours after stroking a 4x-.


Michael came late to rowing enrolling for a Learn To Row course in early 2015 aged 70. On completing the course Michael joined the Improvers Group where he further developed his sculling skills. Michael’s enthusiasm for rowing was immediately apparent as he quickly became the squad’s top attender for both water outings and gym sessions. Michael also coordinated and competed with the Marlow Imps in the Thames Valley Explore League events. Always keen to progress, Michael had this year turned his attentions to mastering the 1x and was well on his way to achieving his bronze sculling proficiency award.

Michael is fondly remembered by his colleagues for his friendship, dedication and enthusiasm.

Our thoughts and condolences go his wife Annette and the family.

Congratulations to WJ18 8+ on their win this weekend!

See an updated list of MRC results for 2016-2017


We are delighted to report some fantastic results from the Head of the Charles this year.

Women's Masters (40+) crew won a  2nd place silver medal and the Junior crews on their inaugural trip to Boston also acheived results to make us hugely proud.


Cath Bishop, Katherine Grainger, Gillian Lindsay, Sarah Winckless, Beth Rodford, Jo Turvey, Ruth Naylor, Kate MackenzieP and cox Adrian Ellison formed the WMas crew.  In a superb boat provided by Resolute, with Concept 2 oars, the crew started Bow 11 and battled the elements over the famous Head of the Charles course, overtaking several crews and finishing in a strong second place. Another great Marlow row.





WMas crew with Jeff from Resolute


The Women's Youth Fours ... Abbie Matthews, Izzy Taylor, Emily Bourne & Katy Claridge with a borrowed cox Cate Water ... completed a fine row, achieving a brilliant overall 14th out of a huge field of 85 entries!  This was followed by the Women's Youth Coxed Quad ... Georgia Dean, Abbie Bird, Charlotte Fennell, Georgia Matthews and cox Molly Fennell  ... who had a superb row achieving a hugely inspiring 3rd place BRONZE medal.

... a few hours later it was the turn of the boys ...

 HOTC YouthCoxedQuad 3


The club how has WiFi, with coverage in the bar and gym. You will need to accept some terms of use on your browser but there is no password.

The biggest day in the history of Marlow pararowing this past Sunday.

  • BRITISH NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS – Enormous congratulations to our very own Kingsley Ijomah, who secured a silver medal at the Brit Champs in Nottingham with a superb performance over his first ever 2k race in quite demanding conditions.


  • HEAD OF THE CHARLES REGATTA – Ben Marsden and Bruce Lynn came in a respectable 6th (out of 13) in the Inclusive 2x at the Head of the Charles in Boston, Massachusetts.  They were third 3/4s through, but faded coping with  a crazy headwind (20 mph with gusts up to 30!...).


Ben’s and Kingsley’s great results are something we can all be proud of.  Without the logistics, infrastructure, volunteer and financial support of the Marlow RC none of us could enjoy the sport much less achieve these results.  And without the camaraderie, rivalry, and encouragement of the whole squad, no one could survive the long, tedious, exhausting training required to achieve these results.

Huge congratulations to Kingsley and Ben.......and Bruce!!


Kingsley was recently interviewed about his rowing by Adrian Chiles on Radio 5 Live....checkout his interview here:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07z3z43  

(from about 55 mins in)


Higginson Park played host to our local Olympians and Paralympians last weekend with a 'meet and greet the public' event in the Park, followed by a reception in Court Gardens hosted by Wycombe District Council.  Marlow Rowing Club members formed a Guard of Honour along with Marlow Hockey Club.