Lymington ARC is currently looking to grow and develop it's men's squad which is predominantly ages 16-40 and races between the men's novice and senior categories.
The men's squad also includes members from our Masters' crews, ranging up to age 50, who often compete in the senior categories as well as their own age groups.
Like the rest of the club, the LARC men's squad caters for anyone whether they are completely novice to rowing or a seasoned competitor.
The guys have won several championships for the club over the last decade or so, especially the Senior Pairs championship which was won 5 years in a row by LARC.
David Mans, Rupert Davies, Marc Tremain & Pete Lock, along with coach Tim Bull, secured the Senior Fours championship in 2002 with a 7th win that season.
In 2007, Rob Maltby, Tom Springbett, Liam Oliver & Lewis Roberts won LARC's first championship race at the SCC, finishing first in the men's junior fours race at Dorney Lake.
Men's championships success wouldn't arrive again for LARC until 2012 when Pete Lock & Geoffrey Fryer won the Senior Pairs title.
Chris Schreiber then won the senior sculls title the following season as well as being runner up with Fryer in the senior pairs.
In 2014, Lymington won it's last men's championship to date, albeit in the novice category, as Ryan Chalk, Alex Barnes & Joe Bull secured 5 wins between them and the men's novice sculls title.
However, just because the men haven't been on the top step of the rostrum doesn't mean they haven't been active.
Between 2010 and 2018, LARC has secured seven championship runners up spots. The club has been runner's up in the Men's Junior Fours championship 3 times, runners up in the Junior-Senior Fours twice and were runners up in the Men's Senior Pairs in 2016.
The squad currently has an active novice section (that includes youth rowers) and a junior-senior four that is currently racing at HDARA regattas (pictured).
To get involved with the LARC men's squad, please contact secretary Pete Lock via email@example.com.
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