The Fullers Fours head of the river is judged by many to be the gold standard for Head racing in the UK. Seamlessly efficient (despite the usual grim conditions), rapid results, top quality competition and the best prize in rowing - a piss up at the Fullers brewery in Mortlake. And it has the great … Continue reading Fours Head – Who needs Carlsberg when you can have Fullers?
With freshers flu floundering, another toga party conquered and just over a months training in the bank it was time for ICBC's first full club event of the season. Brit Champs is the race that everyone loves to hate - it's in Nottingham, it's windy, it's cold, it's three 2ks a day, it's the start … Continue reading Brit Champs 2016 – A New Beginning
For the majority of the club, the 2015-16 season ended at Henley Royal Regatta, with excitement both on and off the water. Congratulations must go to Adam Seward on making another Henley finals day with his "Sport Imperial" Brit 4+, #mahikiwednesday missed you. With most of IC having gone home after a busy year of … Continue reading From Rio to Rotterdam – An International Summer
If you are reading this it means you have stumbled across our all new and improved website! We're pretty proud of it and hope you'll agree it is cleaner and easier to navigate than the old one, as well has having new features which we hope will be useful for members and friends of the … Continue reading New Website
After a successful weekend in Newcastle, we fancied a race a bit closer to home and so decided to do the Brugge Boat Race as a day trip. In contrast to BUCS Head when we only sent a choice 22 athletes, nearly the whole club emigrated to Belgium for this race. We had 3 men’s … Continue reading In Brugge