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10/10/2019

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Pairs Head of the River - 4.5km on the Thames 6th Ocotber 2019

Great result for Eva and Gill Prescott (Durham RC) winning the Women's Masters F/G event at the Pairs Head, fastest of 7 in their category, 37 seconds ahead of the next fastest and 307th overall out of 418 finishers
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mlnmlnMonster the Loch - 28th September 2019
Monster the Loch is the first mass participation boat race on Loch Ness. All human powered types are invited to race, but as the weather and the Monster can be unpredictable the boats must be sea worthy.
The Loch is 21miles long and 1 mile wide.  A large fleet of over 60 crafts of various shapes and sizes with around 270 participants took part in this event. The race run from Fort Augustus to Dores.
Eva was part of a crew of 6 in the sea-worthy 'Swift' - Hazel Smith and Hazel Gaddis from Inverness RC, Robert Young from St Andrew RC, Ailie Ord and Laura Graham from SPRC, who swapped over at the halve way point. It started of nice and calm, but the waves got higher and higher to the point were the waves were swamping the boat and the rowers and they had to stop every 1500m to bail it out. For the last 5km they were a man down after the waves were strong enough to snap a poor crewmate's blade.

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Scottish Junior Sculling Head 28th Sept. 2019 - Strathclyde Park - over 1900m

Great result from Eilidh McGowan and Jessica McQueen

WJu18 2x - Eilidh and Jessica were 3rd - BRONZE MEDAL (7:49.5) and Martha and Freya 13th (8:02.5)
OJu18 2x - Lachlan and Euan were 6th (7:05.4)
OJu 18 1x - Lachlan was 9th (7:38.6) and Euan was 19th (8:02.3)
WJu18 1x - Eilidh was 5th (8:40.9) and Jessica was 14th (8:57.6)
WJu18 4x - Martha, Freya, Eilidh, Jessica were 6th (7:29.1)
all Results    
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wrmrwrmrWorld rowing masters regatta, Lake Velence, Hungary 11-15 September 2019 
It was only Eva from LLRC who ventured to Hungary for the World Masters Rowing Regatta. The conditions for the regatta were brilliant with glorious sunshine and mostly calm water.
The regatta attracted over 5000 entries representing 52 countries and concluded on Sunday with 89 mixed races. Because of the large number of entries races started every 3 minutes during the regatta, meaning no progression system through heats, semi-finals and finals, so all races were in effect finals with medals awarded to the winner of each race. Competitors at the regatta ranged in age from 27 to 93 and competed in races grouped by those nearest in age.
Eva came away with two WINS - WF2x with Ailie Ord (SPRC) and Mixed G2x with John Appelby (Durham RC).
She also had 4 second places (WF1x, WG4x, WF4x, Mixed G4x) and two third places. It was a very well organised regatta with superb facilities and plenty of staff on hand when needed.
Results from all 5 days are available on the world rowing master regatta website
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Home International Regatta, Strathclyde Park, 27/07/2019

Laura and Lily were invited to compete for Scotland in the Home Int. Regatta!

Laura McKenzie WON the WJ 4- (7:14.00) with her crew mates H. Gordon {Inverness RC}, M. McClure-Rothero {St Andrew BC} and R. Patton {Edinburgh University BC} and she was 3rd in the WJ 8+ (7:03.37)

Lily Young with E. Morrison {Clydesdale ARC} were 3rd in the JW 2x (7:36.50) and also was 3rd in the JW 4x with E. Milne {Glasgow Academy RC}, O. Bell {Strathclyde Park RC} and E. Morrison {Clydesdale ARC}


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Well done both girls, specially Laura winning her first Gold Medal for Scotland!!

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British Junior Championships - Nottingham 19 - 21 July
6 juniors went to Nottingham to compete against the rest of Great Britain in their age groups
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We have a BRITISH CHAMPION in the WJ18 4- LAURA MCKENZIE!  

After winning the Semi Finals (8:00.06), Laura in a composite WJ18 4- with Inverness and St Andrew WON the ‘A’ final (8:19.77) – GOLD MEDAL!


After winning the Semi Finals (8:06.15), Lily Young in a composite WJ18 4x with Clydesdale, SPRC, George Watson was 3rd in the ‘A’ final (8:51.78) – BRONZE MEDAL!!!

Lachlan MacKinnon and Euan McKenzie in the OJ16 2x were 3rd in the Semi Finals (7{58.58) and 6th in the ‘A’ final (8:51.78)!

Lily and Laura, in the WJ18 2x were 4th in the Semi Finals (9:11.70) and they were 4th in the ‘B’ Final (8:57.81)!!

Jessica McQueen, in the WJ16 single was 5th in the Semi Finals (10:24.18) and 5th in the ‘B’ Final (10:42.89)!!

Eilidh McGowan was 13th in the time trial, just missing out by one place for the A, B semi finals. She was 1st in the ‘C’ final.


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Henley Masters Regatta 12/13 July 2019

Eva was the only Master rower from LLRC venturing to the Henley Masters. It is the same course than the Royal or Women's Henley Regatta, just a bit shorter - only 1000m
WG 2x Eva with Birgith Sims (Kingston RC) - won the semi finals against Twickenham and WON the final against San Diego RC by 41/2 lengths
WF 2x Eva with Ursula Tanner (Ardenly RC) - won the semi finals against TauntanRC/French, but lost the final against Chinnock Performance RC from USA
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TTTTTalkin Tarn Regatta - 6th July 2019

Glorious conditions for Talkin Tarn Regatta  - warm and sunny and no wind -  and an excellent day's racing over 700m and 3 lanes with stake-boat starts.
With heats and finals, Eva won the WC/D/E 2x with Clare Rainbow (Castle Semple) and the WE/F 4x with Clare Rainbow (Castle Semple), Jo Lewis (Talkin Tarn) and Alison Gordon (Nithsdale)
All results    
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Henley Women's Regatta 20th - 23rd June 2019
Loch Lomond Rowing Club was represented by Lily Young and Laura McKenzie.
Laura competed in the Aspirational Club 4- (in a composite with Gordon – INV, Hewison and Topp – ASR) and
Lily competed in the J4x (in a composite with Morrison – CLD, Bell – SCP, Dickerson – GWC) .

Both made it through the time trials (fastest 16) and Lily's quad was beaten by LeaRC in the heats.
Laura's 4 - won their heat against Cantabrigian RC and won the quater final against Vesta RC, but unfortunately were just beaten by Thames RC in the Semi finals
. All results   All photos by Ben Rodford   
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British Masters Championships 15th June 2019 - Strathclyde Park
mastermastermasterThe weather was a bit crazy and you got 4 seasons in one day - sun, rain, thunde and a lot of wind.
444 crews from 81 clubs competed including our LLRC masters, Eva, Fiona and Michael.
The result was:
Gold in WMasF 2x for Eva Rankin and Gill Prescott (Durham)
Silver for Eva,Gill and Helen from Durham and Sue from X-Press in a composite in WMasD/E 4x-
2nd Place for Fiona Davidson and Michael in a composite with RAF in Mixed C4x
All results  

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Scottish Championships - Strathclyde Park 7/8/9 June 2019
The weather for the Championships was very variable, from sunshine to light drizzle and from no wind to a bit of wind.

Friday was time trial day (for singles, doubles and pairs) and the J14's had some skill assessments.
In the time trials, juniors and seniors all raced together - after the finals, the different age groups were seperated again:
OSen 1x - Lachlan was 1st (8:47.43) and Euan was 7th (9:14.31)
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OSen 2x - Lachlan and Euan were 5th (7:22.30) in the AB semi finals and 1st (7:26.96) in the B final
W Sen 2-  - Laura in a composite with Inverness (Gordon) was 6th (9:09.46) in the AB semi finals and was 1st (7:56.33) in the B final
W Sen 1x -  Lily was 5th (9:06.76) in the AB semi finals and was 1st (8:24.10) in the B finals
W Sen 1x - Eilidh McGowan was 3rd (9:39.66) and Jessica McQueen 5th (9:53.79) in the CD semi finals. Eilidh was 4th (8:51.00) in the C final and Amy was 2nd (9:10.27) in the D final
W Sen 2x - Lily and Laura were 1st in the AB semi finals and 4th in the a final; Martha and Freya were 6th and Jessica and Rhona were 5th in the AB semi finals
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1st PLACE: OJu16 2x - Euan McKenzie, Lachlan MacKinnon (7:26.96 ) - 1st in B final
1st PLACE: OJu16 1x - Lachlan MacKinnon (8:47.43) - 1st in E final

1st PLACE: WJ18 2x – Laura McKenzie and Lily Young (8:22.44) - 4th in A final

1st PLACE: WMast 4x E – Eva Rankin in a composite with Castle Semple  (3:55.80)

2nd PLACE: W Ju16 4x -  Eilidh McGowan in a composite with Clydesdale ARC (8:08.95)

2nd PLACE: W Ju18 4x -  Lily Young in a composite with Clydesdale/George Wattson/SPRC (7:37.40)

2nd PLACE:  W Ju18 2- - Laura Mckenzie in a composite with Inverness  (Gordon) (9:09.46) - 1st in B final


All Results              

3rd  PLACE: W Ju18 1x - Lily Young  (8:24.10) - 1st in B final

3rd  PLACE: W Ju14 1x - Rhona Mackinnon (4:46.50) - 3rd in the A final

4th PLACE: WJu16 1x -  Eilidh McGowan (8:51.00) - 4th in C final

4th PLACE: OJu16 2x - Euan McKenzie (9:14.31) - 7th in E final

4th PLACE: WJu18 2x - Martha Coombes and Freya Buchanan (9:11.05) - 5th in B final

5th PLACE: WJu16 2x - Jessica McQueen and Rhona Mackinnon (9:20.15) - 8th in B final

6th PLACE: WJu16 2x - Eilidh McGowan in a composite with Clydesdale ARC (9:06.54) - 1st in C final

7th PLACE: WJu16 1x - Jessica McQueen (9:10.27) - 2nd in D final

WJu14 1x SKILLS - Rhona Mackinnon did rely well with her skill test and she got 5th

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Castle Semple Regatta 18th May 2019

Loch Lomond RC had a strong team at Lochwinnoch with several 1st places and lots of 2nd and 3rd places! 

1st Places: WR2 2x - Laura Mckenzie and Lily Young
WNov 2x - Martha Coombes and Freya Buchanan
WMas 4x - Eva Rankin in a composite with Castle Semple
R2 2x - Euan Mckenzie and Lachlan Mackinnon
J16 2x - Euan and Lachlan
Mixed Nov2x - Lynn Buchanan and Ash Coombes
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WJ18 2x - Laura and Lily
WJ18 2 - Laura in a composite with Inverness RC
2nd Places: J16 1x - Lachlan; WJ18 1x - Lily; WJ16 2x - Rhona Mackinnon and Jessica McQueen; WJ16 1x Eilidh McGowan;
 WJ16 4x Amy Morris in a composite with SPRC; WJ14 1x Rhona Mackinnon
3rd Places: WJ13 1x - Erin Cunningham; Mas 2x A-D - Nick Ryal and Karen (Castle Semple);
WJ16 2x - Eilidh and Evie Hylands
4th Places: WJ16 2x - Erin Cunningham in a composite with SPRC; J16 1x - Euan McKenzie
Jessica McQueen was 5th in the WJ16 1x; Amy Morris was 3rd, Alexis Smith 4th in the heats and Amy was 6th in the semi finals - WNov 1x
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All results     LLRC photos     All photos     Video              

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Durham City Regatta 10th May 2019 and Nottingham Masters 11th May 2019
durhamEva Rankin of Loch Lomond and Gill Prescott of DARC achieved a notable double success over the weekend. After winning the Women’s MasF 2x at Durham City Regatta on Saturday they headed off to Nottingham to race again over the 1000m course at a very placid-looking Holme Pierrepont on Sunday in the Nottingham City and Masters Regatta, beating Henley RC to win the band 1 WMasF 2x (4:12.6min) and then teaming up with Birgith Sims and Caroline Willet from Kingston RC to win the band 1 WMasE 4x- (3:54.5min), this time beating Eton Excelsior and Henley.   Durham results    Nottingham results       prizesnottingham
Fiona Davison and Michael Yeomans (rowing for the RAF) also competed at the Nottingham masters, in a mixed C double (4:17.8min), just loosing to the Broadland/Yarn crew and in a mixed C quad (4:02.0min), having to give Runcorn a head start since they were Masters D. Well done Fiona in racing in England for the first time.

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Spring Regatta - Strathclyde Park 27/28th April 2019
Saturday's weather was very unpredictable, one minute it was sunny and wind still, the next minute it was raining, cloudy, very windy, cold and high waves
1st place - Eva Rankin WMas D-E 4x (3:57.61), in a composite with Castle Semple (Karen, Clare, Melanie)
2nd place - Lily Young in the WJu18 singles (8:31.42)
3rd place - Lachlan Mackinnon in the OJu 16 single (9:24.59 - 8.08.58 in the heat)
3rd place - Euan McKenzie in the ONov 1x (3:57.75)
4th place - Laura McKenzie in the WJu18 1x (8:43.99)
4th place - Rhona Mackinnon and Jessica McQueen in the WJu16 2x (8:28.20)
5th place - Evie Hylands and Eilidh McGowan in the WJu16 2x (8:29.87)
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6th place - Erin Cunningham in a composite with Strathclyde park in the WJu14 4x
Katy Reid and Amy Morris were 4th in their heat in the WNov 2x (4:30.00)
Sunday's weather was a lot better, more sunshine and less wind and waves
1st - Lachlan Mackinnon and Euan McKenzie in the OJu 16 2x (7:29.80)
1st - Lachlan Mackinnon and Euan McKenzie in the ONov 2x (3:36.86)
1st - Laura McKenzie and Lily Young in the WJu18 2x (8:08.67)
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2nd - Laura McKenzie and Lily Young in the WRes2 2x (8:10.72)
3rd - Rhona Mackinnon in the WJu14 1x (4:37.94)
Jessica McQueen was 1st in her heat and 4th in the semi finals (4:43.41)
Ash Coombes and Lynn Buchanan had their very first race ONov 2x and they did really well (4:36.74)
All results      
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Clyde Power Sprint over 250m on the river Clyde 20th April 2019
WJu 16 2x with Rhona MacKinnon and Jessica McQueen won 3 times against Clyde ARC and so did Rhona in her single (WJu 14).
The WJu 16 1x did a round robin and Jessica WON all her races.
Well done everyone - I am sure the lovely weather helped!
All results: https://docs.google.com/…/1w6nhD4v1sosqqIP2v7wlW1tpsj…/edit…

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Chester-lee-street Regatta 6th April 2019 - 900m downstream
Euan McKenzie ventured south to compete in the Chester-lee Street Regatta. It is side by side racing, with the winner going into the next round. Euan won his semi final easily (J16 singles) and should have won the final, except for a small clinch of coming too close to the bank and he just lost by 1 foot.
  Results      

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yorkThe Yorkshire Head - 2nd March 2019
5000m downstream on the River Ouse from Rawcliffe Landing to Lendal Bridge, in the heart of York.
Eva again was in a composite Masters F quad with Gill (Durham), Jacky (Barns Bridge) and Lisa (Mortlake Anglian&Alpha). The quad WON the masters event in 21.34.3min (adjusted handicapped time - 20.43.3min). They were 64th overall, from 167 boats (from all age groups and 8's and 4's and 2's) with their raw time.

 results  
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Nottingham Head of the Trent - from Clifton Bridge to TS Orion (5700 m) - 24th February 2019
Eva was in a Masters F quad with Gill Prescott (Durham), Jacky Darling (Barns Bridge) and Lisa Kallal (Mortlake Anglian&Alpha). There were 7 Masters quads ranging from Masters A to Masters F. Eva's composite quad had the 2nd fastest time (22.07.0min - adjusted time: 20.16.8min) of all the Women's Masters, but they WON due to the handicap system. Masters A (Warwick) had the fastest time in 21.27.3min without any handicap
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Thank you Ashley Coombes for the photos
SUBC small boat head on the river Clyde - 3rd Feb. 2019

Most of our Juniors headed to Glasgow for the 4km head race. In the 1st Division Euan and Lachlan had a great row in the J16 2x (15.01min), but unfortunately they did not have any opposition. The W J16 4x+ (Katy, Jessica, Alex, Eilidh, Erin) were 2nd (17.35min) and in the W J18 2x, Kim and Lily were 3rd and Martha and Freya were 4th.
In the 2nd Division we had a WIN with Euan in the Nov 1x (15.54) with Lachlan a very close 2nd place (16.02). Lily WON the W J18 1x in 16.55min.
Unfortunately we had 3 crews (2x WJ16 doubles and WJ184x) disqualified, because of gong to the start late. Well done everybody!
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2nd Feb. 2019 - Durham Small Boats Head

With a nearly blue sky, but very cold and frosty, Eva WON the W2x (Band1) with her double partner Gill Prescott (DurhamAC).  Since there were no other Women Masters, Eva and Gill had to row in the W Elite with no handicap given and they still managed to beat the youngsters. Well done!
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