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Entries by Sarah Davoren

ANUBC Boats For Sale – SOLD

The Australian National University Boat Club has the following two Sykes boats for sale as part of its regular fleet turnover. Both boats have only been used on fresh water and are in excellent condition. 2018 Honeycomb Carbon Coxless Four/Quad Scull mould 409, both sweep and scull wing riggers, $20,400; 2019 Honeycomb Carbon Coxless Pair/Double Scull mould 214, both sweep and scull wing riggers, $13,900.

Contact Nick Hunter at or 0409 048 434

Nominations for the 2023 Interstate Teams are now Open

Nominations for the 2023 Interstate Senior, Youth and Pathways Teams are now open.

Senior Team nominations will close on Monday the 5th of December at 5pm.

Youth and Pathway’s Team Nominations will close on Wednesday the 25th of January at 5pm.

Please go to State Teams  for all the required nomination and selection information. Please ensure to read through all selection processes and requirements before nominating.

Annual General Meeting

The 58th Annual General Meeting was held on Monday the 24 October. At this meeting we farewelled two outstanding board members Luke Letcher and Neil Smith.  They have both been highly valued members of the Rowing ACT Board and brought their significant skill sets to the Board table which has been for the benefit of our wider rowing community.  We do wish Luke all the best as he embarks on the next stage of his professional career in Sydney and whilst Neil has stepped down as an elected Board Member his significant skills will be retained as he continues to […]

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Rowing ACT Blazers

Rowing ACT is pleased to launch blazers that can be purchased by members of the community. The blazers are custom made by Noone, and feature a royal blue blazer, with gold, black and blue piping, with the Rowing ACT logo embroidered on the breast pocket. The blazers come in a unisex fit.


Blazers are able to be purchased by ACT Interstate (including […]

ACT Athletes selected in Australian Underage Teams

CONGRATULATIONS to the following ACT Athletes who have been selected in the Australian Underage Teams following the trials period here in the ACT;

Caitlin McManus-Barrett (Sydney Rowing Club/ACTAS) – U21 Woman’s Coxless Four

Madeline Vagg (Sydney University Boat Club/ACTAS) – U21 Women’s Quad Scull

Cormac Hayes (Canberra Rowing Club/ACTAS) – U21 Men’s Quad Scull

Zoe Bond (Canberra Grammar School/ACTAS)- U19 Women’s Double Scull


This is a fantastic achievement and we are very proud of all. Well done to all athletes who trialled for the Underage teams – you have done yourself and your states proud.


Thanks once again […]


2021/22 End of Season Presentation

On Friday evening, Rowing ACT celebrated the end of the 2021/22 Season with our end of season trophy presentation. It was a fabulous night, and congratulations to all the winners.

Premiership Winners: Presented by Luke Letcher

Men’s – Canberra Rowing Club (200 points)

2nd – Canberra Grammar School (127 Points)

3rd – ANU Boat Club (126 Points)

Women’s – ANU Boat Club (203 Points)

2nd – Canberra Rowing Club (143 Points) […]

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ACT Schools Pathway Eights

Congratulations to the ACT School Boy and School Girl Crews who competed in the Rowing Australia Pathways Competition over Sunday the 1st and Monday the 2nd of May.

Both Crews represented their state and schools with pride, with the School Boy eight making the A Final on Monday.


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ACT Australian Rowing Championships Wrap-Up

ACT’s Rebecca Jones on the podium. Copyright Rowing ACT/Sarah Davoren

The ACT had a huge contingent of clubs, schools, athletes, coaches and supporters make their way down to Nagambie for the 2022 Australian Rowing Championships.
Athletes from ANU Boat Club Canberra Grammar School Canberra Rowing Club Canberra Girls Grammar School Marist College Canberra Radford Sport Daramalan College and Orana Steiner School competed across the week of the 28th of March through till the 3rd of April.
Congratulations to ANU […]