• Mens Senior Squad 2013 Season Review

    Michael Wale, Kingston cox of Kingston’s first boat, reviews Henley Royal, the senior squad season and their hopes for the future.

    You really do feel that they should broadcast the draw for Henley Royal, always made on the Saturday afternoon at the Town Hall. I would liken it to the FA Cup Third round when the smaller clubs can draw the likes of Manchester United.

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  • Saarbrucken Training Camp Video 2013

    Excellent piece of video of the Mens Eight doing a 1500m piece over the Easter Training Camp in Saarbrucken, Germany.

     

  • Henley Thames Cup Eight 2011

    Last year, the Wyfolds and Britannia were heavily oversubscribed and the Thames Cup not. This year the entries swung the other way and the Thames Cup was oversubscribed with 69 crews applying for the 32 places. Two crews went through the qualifying process with one of the Kingston crews qualifying in the top 10 places.

    The Thames Cup Eight then  had a difficult draw against one of the seeded American crews, University Barge Club on the first day. They held on well for the first couple of markers, but were slowly overhauled through the middle of the race.

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     Photo courtesy of Don Somner.

    The members of the crew were:

    1 Dan Golding

    2 Tom Wiley

    3 Jonny Davies

    4 Joe Harris

    5 Adam Dracott

    6 Chris Ellam

    7 Jon Mackinney

    8 Pete Watson

    Cox: Sophie Guse

    Coach: Andrew Martin

  • Strong stream Warning 27/07/2007

    NAVIGATION AUTHORITY

    IMPORTANT NOTICE TO MASTERS OF VESSELS

    Updated 27July 2007

    VERY STRONG STREAM WARNING

     Floodwaters continue to fall in some areas, but water levels in the River Thames are still dangerously high and the river remains ?out of banks? in many areas.

     There is still a VERY STRONG STREAM WARNING in force over the full length of the non-tidal River Thames and red boards continue to be displayed at all locks.

     Please note the strength of the stream will remain very strong even though water levels may be reducing.

     We understand that boaters are anxious to know when the river will be safe to navigate. This is very difficult to predict, particularly as further rain is forecast for the weekend. We currently anticipate strong streams for at least another week and possibly longer.

     Our strong advice remains to stay safe and not navigate. Leave boats moored up where they are ? the river is dangerous to navigate and many locks are still impassable.

     Please note that there will be no Environment Agency patrols whilst conditions remain hazardous. We are not maintaining a listening watch and we are not able to attend stranded vessels to give assistance.

    For further information: -

     For recorded Thames specific river conditions updates please telephone our FLOODLINE on 0845 988 1188 and press 1 when prompted, followed by 011131

     Listen for information broadcasts on local radio

     For any urgent enquiry, please telephone the Environment Agency?s 24 hour hotline on 0800 80 70 60

     IN AN EMERGENCY INVOLVING IMMINENT RISK TO SAFETY CALL 999

    If you would like to receive similar information from us by email in future, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. including ?navigation info? in the subject field.

    E. McKEEVER
    Harbourmaster

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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