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Welcome to the 2019-20 Committee

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I’m Ben, a 3rd year DPhil student in Engineering and the returning President from last year. We enjoyed a fantastic season last year with strong results for all crews in Torpids and Summer VIIIs, and I hope to keep the momentum going this coming season and continue the Boat Club’s rise up the river. Rowing is Trinity’s biggest sport for a reason – it’s extremely fun and fulfilling, both on and off the water, and it’s definitely something everyone should try during their time at the college. I’m certainly looking forward to working again with the captains and coaches to make sure the club performs at its best this year!



Women's Captain

Hello! I’m Emma. I started rowing at Trinity in my first year last year, and I am really excited to continue with the squad this coming year. Coming off a strong season for the women’s side of the boat club last year, I am keen to keep this momentum going, with a good core of senior returners to help guide the new incoming rowers, and to move boats up into the top spots of Division 2 (and beyond!) in bumps racing. Rowing at Trinity has been a really rewarding part of my time in Oxford so far, and I can’t wait to see what we can do next!

Send me a message if you have any questions about joining us!



Men's Co-Captain

Hi, I’m Josh, Co-Captain of the Men’s Squad for 2019-20. After a successful season for the squad last year, the aim for this season is to keep up this momentum and to push on further up the rankings in Torpids and VIIIs. As well as having a strong set of returners from last season, we will also be training those new to the sport to prepare them for the season’s races. I very much look forward to working with the committee to make this season a great one!

 If you've rowed before and want to continue with us send me a message!



Men's Co-Captain

Hi I’m Ed, the mens co-captain. I am a second year medic and started rowing last year which was the best decision I have ever made. I decided to become co-captain to help build on the strong mens performance of M1 helping them to drive forward their position in Division 1. As well as this I aim to improve our Novice program and further the position of M2. We had a great year this year and I hope to recreate some of those successes. I aim to encourage participation in the boat club at all levels with the goal of strong performances across all our crews.

If you've got any questions about starting rowing drop me a message!




Hey! I’m Charlotte, a third year biochemist. I started rowing when I began at Oxford and I am so glad I did. As secretary this year my job is to organise stash for everyone and make sure information is spread throughout the club. I’m looking forward to helping other people enjoy rowing at Trinity as much as I have for the past two years!

If you want to know more about how the club runs I'm the one to ask!