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MEN'S VICE CAPTAINS

Sam Massias & Will Morrell

Hi, we are Sam and Will and we are very proud to be the Men's Vice Captains for 2017/18. Our role is to train this years cohort of novice rowers to reach a competitive level with regular water and land sessions. We both joined SGHBC 2 years ago with no previous rowing experience. The Vice Captains back then were vital for our success in our fresher year races and we very much look forward to replicating this role.

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VICE-PRESIDENT

Branko Prica

Hello, I’m Branko - this year’s Vice President. I’m a final year medical student and have spent 5 years at SGHBC, witnessing the club grow a lot throughout this period. Last year was an exceptional year for the boat club in many areas—namely the increased alumni involvement with and an impressive charity erg event. This year I aim to actively support this impressively knowledgeable committee in continuing these successes of recent years but also to expand in certain areas such as educational support for students. Should you have any questions, feel free to contact me at m1301208@sgul.ac.uk.


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MEN'S VICE CAPTAINS

Sam Massias & Will Morrell

Hi, we are Sam and Will and we are very proud to be the Men's Vice Captains for 2017/18. Our role is to train this years cohort of novice rowers to reach a competitive level with regular water and land sessions. We both joined SGHBC 2 years ago with no previous rowing experience. The Vice Captains back then were vital for our success in our fresher year races and we very much look forward to replicating this role.

 Men's Vice Captains  Will Morrell & Sam Massias

Men's Vice Captains

Will Morrell & Sam Massias

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Men's Vice Captains

Sam Massias & Will Morrell

Our primary objective as vice captains is to introduce freshers or anyone new to rowing to the sport and teach them how to row. Rowing is a great sport to take up at uni and is very popular. We aim to make sure we get the most out of those interested, ensure they give their best, and in turn, reap the rewards in winning plenty of races! But most importantly, we want those rowing to have fun, enjoy what rowing has to offer, not only the sport itself but the social aspects as well.


Men's Vice Captains

Sam Massias & Will Morrell

Men's Vice Captains

Sam Massias & Will Morrell

Our primary objective as vice captains is to introduce freshers or anyone new to rowing to the sport and teach them how to row. Rowing is a great sport to take up at uni and is very popular. We aim to make sure we get the most out of those interested, ensure they give their best, and in turn, reap the rewards in winning plenty of races! But most importantly, we want those rowing to have fun, enjoy what rowing has to offer, not only the sport itself but the social aspects as well.

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Vice - President

Branko Prica

Hello, I’m Branko - this year’s Vice President. I’m a final year medical student and have spent 5 years at SGHBC, witnessing the club grow a lot throughout this period. Last year was an exceptional year for the boat club in many areas—namely the increased alumni involvement with and an impressive charity erg event. This year I aim to actively support this impressively knowledgeable committee in continuing these successes of recent years but also to expand in certain areas such as educational support for students. Should you have any questions, feel free to contact me at m1301208@sgul.ac.uk.

Treasurer

Alex Denley.

Hello, my name is Alex.
My role as treasurer is to facilitate the flow of finances in the club; 
liasing with the SU to make sure the club is being provided for and making sure that, as members,
we are all doing our part to maintain the club and its equiptment.
I know the costs of rowing can be a worry to some students so if there are any problems feel free to contact me at any
time, we can only help with problems we know about. 
My email is m0900306@sgul.ac.uk should you need it

SPONSORSHIP & Fundraising

Luke Peacock

Hi, my name's Luke. My role is to develop the club by growing our current sponsorship deals and securing new sponsorship deals for the boat club. Our online presence has grown hugely over the past few years - I am keen to continue this to benefit our club. This year I hope to organise much larger fundraising events to raise money for St George's Hospital Charity in addition to our traditional 24 Charity Row.

alumni

Craig Brooks.

   

Men's Captains

Oliver Ryan & George Mitchell

Hi, we’re Ollie and George, the SGHBC men’s captains. Our role is to co-ordinate the men’s squad for outings, land training, and races. We make sure that the squad is on target to meet our goals and individual athletes are developing. We are lucky to be working with Stu Pearce this year as the men’s head coach, who we will be working with to make sure this is a golden (and green) year for SGHBC men.

Women's Captains

Annabel Strachan & Sofia Tierney

Hello! We are Annabel and Sofia and we are thrilled to be the captains of the women's squad for 2017/18. We have both rowed for SGHBC for three years and have been members of each crew (the firsts, seconds, and thirds VIII) during our time here. We also held committee positions last year (Bel as vice captain and Sofia as social sec). We love SGHBC and since starting as freshers we have seen some big changes in the club. SGHBC is a vibrant and exciting club to be part of,and we wanted to be part of and our women's squad is filled with enthusiastic and strong women who we are proud to represent. SGHBC is definitely the biggest and best club at George's - we are the only club that holds mixed socials with the men and women consistently and we all train at the wonderful ULBC in Chiswick. We are extremely excited for the upcoming year, with the help of our coach Steven.

Men's Vice Captains

Sam Massias & Will Morrell

Our primary objective as vice captains is to introduce freshers or anyone new to rowing to the sport and teach them how to row. Rowing is a great sport to take up at uni and is very popular. We aim to make sure we get the most out of those interested, ensure they give their best, and in turn, reap the rewards in winning plenty of races! But most importantly, we want those rowing to have fun, enjoy what rowing has to offer, not only the sport itself but the social aspects as well. Highlights of the year can include racing at BUCs regatta and UH bumps ! If you're hard working, committed, looking for a challenge in something new and up for lots of laughs, then contact Alex or Nadir and they'll be happy to help!

Women's Vice Captains

Allenis Mak & Molly O'Donnell 

We are Allenis and Molly and we are the vice captains for the coming year. Our role is to train up the freshers so they reach their full potential. Our aim is to have a strong new cohort of SGHBC women to take on UH #bringhonourtothefamily

 

COX CAPTAIN

Tamsin Parker.

This year will be my 5th year at St Georges and my 5th year in the boat club. I’ve spent half my time rowing and more recently have become one of the senior coxes in the club. I’ve previously been a social sec and vice-captain, so watch out for fines! I will be leading the coxing squad this year, organising outings alongside the captains and coaching the coxes so we’re all race-ready. The cox is a huge part of any boat (metaphorically) so I hope to help develop our already fab squad into safe, speedy and supportive team members. If you have any experience coxing or would like to give it a go then please don’t hesitate to contact me!

 

Boatswains

Flora Matthews & Will Knight

Hi we’re Will and Flora and are SGHBC’s boatswains for 2017-2018. Our role is to keep the boats and equipment in good working order so that the crews can get the hours in on the water and go and win medals. Any issues with any of the equipment or boats don’t hesitate to let us know and we’ll see what we can do.

Social Secretaries

Oscar Buchanan, Ben Ramsahoye & Hannah Lidbetter

We are all entering our second year in the boat club and are excited about taking on the role as your Social Secs this year! Our aim is to make life off the water as fun and as welcoming as possible. We organise all the social events including Rowing curries, Weekly Circles, Pub golf and most importantly TOUR! Tour will be the best weekend of the year (possibly your life) with a top secret destination, lots of laughs, drinking and team bonding! Following on from the success of our predecessors ‘sober socials’ will be making a return this year- ensuring everyone is involved. We can’t wait for the best boat club year yet!