Rowing Championship win for UofG
Issued: Fri, 04 Nov 2016 16:00:00 GMT
Glasgow University Boat Club has been crowned as the overall winner of the Scottish Rowing Indoor Championships, writes Andy Barton, Director of Rowing, University of Glasgow Sport.
The annual event, held in The Glasgow Club, Bellahouston, attracts the top university, junior, veteran and club rowers across Scotland. Across the 6 student events offered; gold medals were won in 5 events, silver medals in 4 events and bronze medals in 3 events. The medal winners are:
- Student fresher women - Amy Tulloch (gold)
- Student fresher men - Michael Ratcliffe (silver)
- Student and open lightweight women - Flora Wharton (gold), Jenny McCormick (silver), Maggie Ulyatt (bronze)
- Student and open lightweight men - Morgan Serpell (gold)
- Student and open weight women - Robyn Gillies (gold), Emily Colley (silver), Ellen Smith (bronze)
- Student open weight men - Aaron Nicholson (gold), Isaac Piano (silver), Gerard Gallagher (bronze)
Congratulations to all rowers for securing the Victor Ludorum for the best performing club, and in particular the medal winners and new national champions.
- Michael Ratcliffe (left) and Amy Tulloch (right) - Student freshers women gold and student fresher men silver
- Flora Wharton (left) and Jenny McCormick (right) - Student and open lightweight women gold and silver (Maggie Ulyatt, bronze, not pictured)
- Morgan Serpell (2nd from left) - Student and open lightweight men gold
- Emily Colley (left), Robyn Gilles (centre) and Ellen Smith (right) - Student and open weight women silver, gold and bronze
- Isaac Piano (left), Aaron Nicholson (centre) and Gerard Gallagher (right) - Student open weight men silver, gold and bronze
- Left to right - Emily Colley, Flora Wharton, Robyn Gilles, Ellen Smith, Jenny McCormick - 5 out of the 6 female GUBC rowers to clean sweep the medals in student lightweight, student heavyweight, open lightweight and open heavyweight (Maggie Ulyatt not pictured)
- Andy Barton (Director of Rowing) with the Victor Ludorum, Overall Team Trophy for the Scottish Indoor Championships.