Thames Tradesmen's Rowing Club

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Thames Tradesmen's Rowing Club
Image showing the rowing club's blade colours
Location Chiswick, London, England
Home water Tideway, River Thames
Founded 1897
Affiliations British Rowing
Website www.ttrc.org.uk

The Thames Tradesmen's Rowing Club is a rowing club based on the River Thames in England at Chiswick Boathouse, near Barnes Railway Bridge, London.

Established in 1897, its kit colours are white, claret and green on black.[1] The club was one of the leading members of the National Amateur Rowing Association when the sport was divided prior to 1956.

Thames Tradesmens RC has an amazing history and a reputation for producing some of the finest international oarsmen of the last 50 years. Thames Tradesmen is a friendly open club which accepts all abilities and is always open to new members.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Amateur Rowing Association
  2. ^ Eric Halladay Rowing in England: A Social History - The Amateur Debate

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