2020 Head of the River results

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BSRA LIVESTREAM of the Head of the River

The BSRA Board are delighted to announce a Livestream of the 2020 BSRA Head of the River.

 

The 2020 season has been impacted in many ways by Covid-19 and spectators being prohibited from the venue. This has been a hard pill to swallow for the supporters that love to cheer on their girls and schools. This situation has enabled a new opportunity that the BSRA member schools have embraced.

 

Livestreaming by Soutar Productions through the BSRA website will enable the supporters at home to share in the efforts of the rowers and the experience of the day.

 

The BSRA member schools hope you enjoy this unique and special opportunity streaming live to you from the Queensland State Rowing Centre at Wyaralong Dam, Allenview.

Your guide to keeping girls in sport

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Your guide to keeping girls in sport

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BSRA Regatta 2 Results

2020 BSRA Regatta 2 Results

2020 Regatta 1 – Results

08 August 2020 – Regatta 1

Queensland river maps & tides

MSQ Tidal Information Queensland tides

MSQ Queensland River Maps Queensland Boating Maps

BSRA Rowing season suspended

The BSRA Board has made the decision to SUSPEND the 2020 BSRA rowing season until further notice.

The corona virus impact over the past few weeks has taken us on a whirlwind and rowing is not immune to the effects.

The Board are meeting to discuss the options in mid-May and an update will be posted here.

The school rowing coordinators and relevant stakeholders are considering the options for a condensed rowing season. We hope to provide some level of competition for a great rowing experience.

The Rowing Australia approach to these uncertain times is here 
https://rowingaustralia.com.au/rowing-australia-fact-sheet-on-coronavirus/

The Australian government guidelines are here https://www.health.gov.au/news/health-alerts/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov-health-al

The latest from the PM is here https://www.pm.gov.au

 

 

All Hallows’ Regatta 5 Menu

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The Courier Mail bi-weekly articles for the BSRA season

Some fabulous and entertaining stories from the Courier Mail for your spare time  reading pleasure☺. You need a subscription to view though….

  1. Big season of rowing for the school that floated it all
  2. Schoolgirl rowers leave 30 years in their wake
  3. Olympic rower Maddie Edmunds winds back the clock to where it all started by coaching at St Margaret’s
  4. Lexie’s US success motivates injury hit St Aidan’s
  5. Stuartholme sets course for back-to-back titles
  6. Rowing a family affair at Somerville House
  7. At Girls Grammar it’s not all about the boat
  8. Journey just beginning for St Peters rowers
  9. Sisters with Blisters chasing Head of the River glory
  10. St Hilda’s rowers benefit from the voice of experience

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Rowing History
Greetings BSRA community
I am writing to introduce you to my second book on rowing, following my biography of Peter Antonie in 2007. This new book will be the first in a set of two volumes having the generic title Looking Back, Rating High. In 300,000 words and with some 200 illustrations, the books will provide a comprehensive and definitive history of our sport. Volume One is being released in September and is sub-titled From Early Settlement to pre-War Success 1770–1939. The brochure provides more details.

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Warm regards
Robin Poke AM
Sports Historian, Author, Journalist
Canberra
(02) 6281 4519
0431 970 850