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Globe Junior Alumni, Callum Sullivan selected for Goldie Crew!

posted 22 Mar 2018, 03:14 by Eleanor Re'em   [ updated 22 Mar 2018, 03:16 ]

We are very proud that ex- Globe Junior, Callum Sullivan, has been selected for the Goldie crew for this weekend's ‎boat race. 

It is obviously a tribute to Callum for his immense work since September 2017. He has balanced an intensive training programme with moving away from home and starting his Cambridge studies. It is a significant achievement.

He has been invited to Greenwich Town Hall this week to be presented with a civic award for the borough's top young athlete. The CUBC have allowed him a couple of hours out of their training programme so that he can attend.

‎Well done Callum - we will be cheering you on. 
Go Globe!

GB News

posted 6 Mar 2018, 04:22 by Eleanor Re'em   [ updated 7 Mar 2018, 00:30 ]

We have some great news from the Juniors this week. Many congratulations to Jake Offiler, James Watson-Gandy and Grace Richards.  Jake has been invited to GB junior spring assessments on 24th-27th of March. Grace Richards and James Watson-Gandy have been invited to GB rowing assessments on 28th - 30th of March.

Quintin Head Race - a successful day out for the senior Men & Women

posted 31 Jan 2018, 14:49 by Unknown user

In preparation for the upcoming Head of the River, and Women's Head of the River races in March, both the senior men's and women's squads of Globe Rowing club had a successful day of racing in West London at the Quintin Head Race. Run by Quintin Boat Club, Quintin Head is a 4.5km race on the Thames.

The Mens' VIII competed in their first race of the year, with a combination of recent Learn2Row graduates and more experienced squad members. The Women's VIII included contenders for Women's Head of the River 1st and 2nd VIIIs, who were particularly pleased to get out on the river in a trial version of their brand new 8+ boat which will shortly be arriving at its new home in Greenwich. Many members of these crews were racing on the Thames for the first time, so it was a great experience to get a feel for the course and the distance.


posted 8 Sept 2017, 09:39 by Unknown user

Information for the presidents dinner, please read.

GB Squad Success

posted 13 Jul 2017, 12:23 by Unknown user

Globe Juniors fresh on the back of a successful Henley have put in a great performance at final trials with all three of our athletes that attended being selected for crews to race in the Coupe de la Jeunesse to be held in Belgium at the Hazelwinkel rowing centre. Callum Sullivan will be racing in the Juniors Mens double, Jake Offiler will be racing in the Junior Mens Quad and Siobhan Samuels will be racing in the Junior Womens Quad. It Is another great show of what our athletes can achieve.

Great Success At Henley Royal Regatta

posted 13 Jul 2017, 12:17 by Unknown user

Globe Juniors entered three crews for HRR this year two in the Fawley challenge cup and one in the diamond jubilee challenge cup, two of our crews qualified with the girl set to race against headington and lost by a narrow margin. The boys got seeded through to Thursday where they raced the lea and won, on the Friday they raced Claires court and lost by just over a length. It was a great performance and a great symbol of what has been achieved this season. 

Never Again Club dinner - 20th May 2017

posted 9 May 2017, 14:13 by Unknown user   [ updated 31 Jan 2018, 00:13 by Eleanor Re'em ]


Inspirational speakers attending the dinner



How to succeed and win


Supporting Globe RC Junior Rowing from 2003


§  An Invitation from Peter Smith, Joe Regan & Kenny Milton 

§  N.A.C. Port Dinner

§  Saturday 20th May 2017 - 7pm - Clarendon Hotel, Blackheath Village - £36.00pp


It is with great pleasure that we can announce the 1st NAC dinner at the Clarendon Hotel, Blackheath,  London on Saturday 20th May.

Our aim is to invite as many former and present Globe members as possible.

We would be delighted if you could join us for this special dinner, which will also be a good opportunity to listen to two great guest speakers who have kindly donated the time to join us for the dinner.

With many years of friendship associated with Globe Rowing Club and pleasant days enjoying each other’s company, it was during a particularly fine Côte du Rhone dinner in Henley 2003 that the idea of supporting Junior Globe rowers was formed and the ‘Never Again Club’ was formed.

Since the creation of the Never Again Club and the fundwe have given monetary support to many young rowers, particularly in helping them attend training camps.  In addition, we have part-funded some nine boats, including a safety launch.

Both founder members and dear friends Peter Van Hay and Terry Flinn also left legacies to the NAC which have further aided us to continue our support to junior rowing.

The cost is £36 per person for a 3 course dinner – two guests speaker will join us and in keeping with NAC Henley tradition a glass of port will also be included to toast Peter & Terry.


We very much hope you can join us.

If you would like to attend please email either

Ken Milton –  mb 0755 2729964

Marian Smith -

Globe annual picnic 16th July - save the date

posted 9 May 2017, 12:44 by Unknown user

The Globe annual picnic and sports games in Greenwich Park. More details will follow, but save the date.....


posted 9 May 2017, 12:33 by Unknown user

We had a very enjoyable day at Eton Dorney with the development squad performing well.

The junior women's J14 2X  Grace Richards and Hannah Stevens  won a gold medal. They went into the final being the second fastest crew. The final developed into a very hard competitive race, but Hannah and Grace beat a good crew from Sudbury Rowing Club by a length. This was a great reward for all the training that they have done through the winter months.

Other results -
Bo 4th in J15 1x
Ines Kenny 6th and Leah Atkinson 7th in WJ16 1x (they were both rowing up a year)
Petar J16 1x - He did not make final, but rowed well and gained valuable experience finishing well within the pack.


posted 8 May 2017, 23:16 by Unknown user


Due to strong winds and rough water, the side-by-side racing was cancelled and replaced by time trials.
This regatta is of very high standard and all our crews performed very well.

Julia Olawumi - 7th out of 12.

Siobhan Samuel  3rd out of 7

JU18 1X
Ronnie Richardson 7th out of 19.

Dominic Sullivan, Jake Offiler, Callum Sullivan and Sam Baker
5th out of 22.

A well done to them all in extremely difficult conditions

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