Regatta 1 – St Hilda’s – 23 July 2022

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BSRA Indoor Rowing Champ All Stars

CONGRATULATIONS

Stuartholme & School Strokes for Skin Cancer

Melanoma Awareness Month (May) is over and the MM4M team is doing their final event on 22 June, the Stuartholme girls have already raised over $6,400 😊

https://www.pafoundation.org.au/my-fundraising/266/stuartholme-school

 What School Strokes for Skin Cancer is all about:

Raising funds for A Million Metres for Melanoma 

The Problem 

• 2 out of every 3 Australians will be diagnosed with skin cancer 

• Early sun exposure is the greatest risk factor for developing the disease 

• 367 young Australians were diagnosed with melanoma last year 

• Half of these were in Queenslanders 

The Goal 

• May is Melanoma Awareness Month 

• Our goal is to raise awareness around melanoma and sun protection in young Australians 

• Contribute to the Million Metres for Melanoma Campaign, which is aiming to raise $250K 

The Challenge 

• Students each aim to raise $367 

• Every student that raises this amount rows on a rowing machine for 1 minute 

• The school that rows the farthest wins 

The Reward 

• For every school that raises $10K: o Acknowledgement of the school contribution on MM4M social networks 

• Mentorship opportunity from the MM4M crew, all doctors or corporate executives 

• For every student that raises $50 or more by the end of the challenge o Skin Cancer awareness package care of Cancer Council QLD 

• MM4M hat 

• For the winning school o Visit from 2x Olympic medalist Will Lockwood including display of medals 

• 10% of the funds raised from the School Strokes for Skin Cancer fundraiser, up to a maximum of $25K, to be used towards melanoma prevention at the school

BSRA Alumni – what they’re doing now

From the 28th of June to the 3rd of July 2022,

a crew of BSRA alumni will be the first Queensland women’s 8+

to race at the Henley Royal Regatta in the UK.

This regatta is renowned as one of the most prestigious on the global rowing calendar. From Olympians to club athletes, the event caters to all. They will be racing in the Wargrave Challenge Cup representing Barbarians Rowing Club.

For most of the crew, this amazing opportunity is their first international regatta. They hope to inspire more Queensland women rowers to compete in this regatta and ultimately have a long and prosperous career in this incredible sport.

The girls are university students or recent graduates and are completely self-funding their trip. They are extremely hard core and motivated by this opportunity. They have been training relentlessly for months to ensure they reach their potential at the event. Follow them on the Henley Royal Regatta livestream.

The crew:

Lilee Lunney (cox):

I went to St Margaret’s and graduated in 2016. I’m in my final year at La Trobe University, studying Dietetics.

Ellen Pozzi (stroke):

Graduated All Hallows’ 2013 and completed a Bachelor of Science at Syracuse University in the US

Lily Alton (7 seat):

Graduated St Margaret’s in 2015, studied a bachelor of exercise and nutrition sciences

Sophie Lucas (6 seat):

Graduated BGGS in 2021 and currently studying a Bachelor of Business Management and Tourism at UQ

Ellie Parker (4 seat):

“I went to All Hallows’ and graduated in 2013. Since leaving school I’ve graduated with a bachelor’s of chemical and biological engineering and will hopefully have successfully graduated from my Master’s of sustainable energy before we compete at Henley!”

Phoebe Robinson (3 seat):

I went to Stuartholme and graduated in 2018. I am in my second year at the University of Queensland, Studying Agribusiness at Gatton

Maddie Williams (2 seat):

Graduated Brisbane Girls Grammar in 2016, currently studying a Master of Sustainable Energy. 

Issy Drewe (Bow):

I went to Somerville and graduated in 2019. In am in my 2nd year studying Occupational Therapy

Lize-mari Loots (5 seat):

I graduated from Citipointe high school in 2013, injured my knee playing basketball and volleyball and was talent identified through indoor rowing. I’m a cardiac nurse and currently rowing at QAS:))

 

2022 Indoor Rowing Results

For a larger view click on the link here

BSRA-Indoor-Rowing-Results-Summary-2022

CONGRATULATIONS to the BSRA All Stars

from the 2022 Indoor Rowing Champs

YEAR 8

Bless Daly – STM & Greta Nott – STU

YEAR 9

Ella Welsh -STM & Molly McIntyre – SOM

YEAR 10

Hilary Davis – STM & Jess MacOwan – SPLC

YEAR 11

Ella Valery -BGGS & Edie Russell – AHS

YEAR 12

Eliza Bridgefoot – SOM & Sophie Malcolm – BSHS

Indoor Rowing info

1. Somerville House Campus Map

2. IRC venue map 2022

3. COMPETITOR INFORMATION

4. ERGO Marshal role.IRC

5. Supervisor role

Raffle Winner from Head of the River

All Hallows’ are pleased to announce that the raffle winner for the prize offered at the Head of the River event is Bec Gascoigne. She has been notified.

Head of the River Results and Point score

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BSRA 2021 Head of the River Points Calculations

Photography for our events

Supplied by

Darren Hocking at Darren Hocking Photography

Nick Bamber

Gary Lynagh

 

2021 Head of the River Raffle

Support All Hallows Rowing with this year’s Head of the River Raffle, details below.

Buy tickets online here