Rowing

Frequently ranked as the best rowing club in the country, many of our rowers have their eyes firmly set towards the international competitions. 

Based at the Imperial Boathouse on Putney Embankment, Imperial College Boat Club is recognised worldwide for the calibre of our rowers, coaches and facilities

The boathouse houses over 80 racing boats, a well equipped gym, physiological testing equipment, club room, an in-house physiotherapy service, workshop and changing rooms.

GB rowing team logoImperial College Boat Club's High Performance Programme is recognised and supported by the GB Rowing Team and funded through the National Lottery. 

ICBC has a track record of coaching rowers to challenge for a place in the GB Rowing National Squads and is committed to Rowing's World Class Performace Strategy. 

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BUCS

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Coaches and training

Imperial College Boat Club's High Performance Programme is recognised and supported by the GB Rowing Team and funded through the National Lottery. 

ICBC has a track record of coaching rowers to challenge for a place in the GB Rowing National Squads and is committed to Rowing's World Class Performace Strategy. 

Contact

Visit Imperial College Boat Club website for more information. 

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History of the club

An illustrious history

Founded 12 December 1919, Imperial first won Henley Royal Regatta in 1923. Since then Imperial has won Henley Women’s Regatta six times, the Head of the River Race four times, Henley Royal Regatta twenty times, including the Grand Challenge Cup in 1996, and has had over fifty students represent Great Britain and win medals. Three Gold medallists and the coach from the men’s eight in the Sydney Games were from Imperial.