This is a quick reminder about an exciting event at River & Rowing Museum in Henley-on-Thames coming up this Friday evening and Saturday.
Enjoy the exclusive opportunity to hear from pioneers in the sport of rowing, learn about new formats, and meet members of the GB Rowing Team on Friday 15 November 6.30 – 10.30 p.m. A gala event celebrating the launch of the women’s rowing display in the International Rowing Gallery, featuring “The Unbeaten Boat” that carried Helen Glover and Heather Stanning to win the first Olympic Gold at the London 2012 Games. Helen Glover and Coach Robin Williams will be taking part in a Q&A session chaired by Olympic rowing medallist Greg Searle.
A drinks reception at 6.30 p.m., will be followed by a delicious three-course dinner, including wine, tea and coffee,
On Saturday 16 November 9.30 a.m. – 5 p.m., get inspired by stories about the next generation of rowers, new formats and what next on the international circuit with this full day of talks from an outstanding panel of speakers.
Brendan Purcell, Director of Performance, GB Rowing Team
Matt Rostron, CEO London Youth Rowing
Steve O’Connor, CEO Fulham Reach Boat Club
Richard Sinnott and Ben Dunne, Trustees, Warrington Youth Rowing
Andy Triggs-Hodge OBE, triple Olympic Gold Medallist, Tideway London, Regatta London
Mark Davies, Chair, British Rowing
Guin Batten, Olympic Medallist and Chair of the Women’s Head of the River Race
GB Rowing Team, Two members of the current team
Chris Dodd, Rowing journalist, author and historian
The Conference Chair is Dr Robert Treharne Jones – Olympic commentator, rowing historian, and president of Castle Dore Rowing Club.
FULL CONFERENCE PACKAGE – includes all events and catering on both days.
FRIDAY EVENING DRINKS RECEPTION AND DINNER – includes drinks reception, three-course dinner with wine, tea & coffee.
CONFERENCE Includes coffee and pastries and light buffet lunch.
For further information and to book tickets, please visit rrm.co.uk/whats-on/rowing-futures or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01491 415623.