Maidenhead Rowing Club
|Maidenhead Rowing Club|
|Location||Maidenhead, Berkshire, United Kingdom|
|Home water||Bray Lock, River Thames|
|Bert Bushnell, William Grenfell|
The club has many wins to its credit, including its first win at Henley Royal Regatta in 1924 in the Thames Challenge Cup. In 1939, Maidenhead entered the Wyfold and won the final against Tigre Boat Club, Argentina and Bert Bushnell won The Wingfield Sculls in 1947 and more recently at Henley Women's Regatta. Also winning the Britannia Challenge Cup at Henley in 1985. It is the main organisation behind the Maidenhead Regatta.
In 2015, the club won the Victor Ludorum at the British Rowing Junior Championships.
The present boathouse was completed in June 1998 and opened by Sir Steve Redgrave. It replaced one beside Maidenhead Bridge which had been the club's home since 1926.
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