Strong showing for Henley crews

Jennifer Clarke, Lucy Black, Melanie Hamel and Dana Durnford in the U19 W4X.

Five crews reached the semis and three personal best times were accomplished from the 22 rowers from FRC that competed at this years’ 134th Royal Canadian Henley Regatta in St. Catharines, Ont.

The Paris Crew enters hall of fame

The Paris Crew was inducted into the inaugural class of the Canadian Rowing Hall of Fame  on Tuesday in St. Catharines, Ont.

Clarke captures triple gold at Sprints

Jenn Clarke and doubles partner Dana Durnford

Jennifer Clarke captured three gold medals at the 44th Annual Nova Scotia Sprints held in Dartmouth over the weekend. Clark captured the junior women’s single, the junior women’s double with teammate Dana Durnford and the junior women’s quad which consisted of Clarke, Durnford, Lucy Black and Melanie Hamel.


Rowing NB seeking Games manager

Rowing New Brunswick Aviron (RNBA) is looking for an individual to fill the position of Team Manager for the 2017 Canada Games to be held in Winnipeg, Manitoba between July 28 – August 13, 2017. Rowing will be held in the first week with NB rowing team arriving around July 28 and returning to New Brunswick on August 5.

Clarke captures two gold at ERA’s

Melanie Hamel, Dana Durnford, Lucy Black and Jennifer Clarke capture gold.

Jenn Clarke captured gold in the U19 women’s single and followed up with gold in the women’s quad at the Eastern Rowing Association’s High School and Championship Regatta hosted by the Montreal Rowing Club at the Olympic Basin in Montreal.

FRC hosts “TASTER” day

The Fredericton Rowing Club is holding a “TASTER” day on Saturday, July 9th. A “TASTER” day is an opportunity for middle/high school students and adults to get out on the St. John River in a rowing shell. Participants will be joined by a crew of experienced rowers from the Fredericton Rowing Club.

Crews compete at School Boys

Jenn Clarke & Dana Durnford.Jenn Clarke and Dana Durnford of Fredericton High School (FHS) and Lauren Morehouse and Lauren Whitters of Leo Hayes High School (LHS) took part in the  2016 Canadian Secondary Schools championships held over the weekend in St. Catharines, Ontario.

Clarke and Durnford reached the semis in the senior women’s double and had the fifth fastest time on the day. Clarke also reached the semis in the senior women’s single event.