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Weybridge Rowing Club

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Weybridge Rowing Club, founded in 1881, is a rowing club by the Thames in England, on the Surrey bank. The club organises head races, notably the Weybridge Silver Sculls which has had Olympian winners and co-organises a May/June regatta. It consists of a wide range of members: juniors, novices, seniors, masters (veterans) – these include many past and present champions. It fronts the minor, upper weir stream associated with Shepperton Lock on a long, thin island separated by footbridge and narrow canal from the rest of Whittet's Ait, Weybridge. The local stretch of Thames – to Sunbury Lock – is roughly 5 km from topmost weir to bottommost weir and is shared with seven other well-established watersports clubs: the rowing clubs of Walton, Saint George's College, Weyfarers, Weybridge Ladies, Thames Valley Skiff Club, Elmbridge Canoe Club and Desborough Sailing Club. History In 1881 Weybridge Rowing Club started life as the local "tradesmen's" rowing club
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