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Green Templeton College | Oxford

Eights WeekGreen Templeton Boat Club (GTBC) rowing crews have been particularly strong.

The College part-owns Longbridges Boathouse on the River Thames, where crews train with the recently expanded fleet, on ergs, as well as socialise in the clubroom.

Our first men and women crews perform among top Oxford and UK clubs, and our novice rowers have found a great environment to start from the basics and become solid rowers. In the 2011-2012 season, our top crews competed with fantastic results in events such as Women’s Head of the River (top Oxford crew), Men’s Head of the River (third Oxford crew), Women’s Henley, Head of the Charles, Boston, Massachusetts (top third club 4+). At bumps racing at Oxford, we are one of the most respected clubs: our first and second boats in both men and women's squads have done exceptionally well, with both first boats achieving 3 blades each in the last two years.

Our dedicated women’s and men’s coaches are available to teach novices the sport of rowing, or enhance and refine the technique of more experienced rowers. The Club values rowers and coxswains of all experience levels.

GTBC Dinner, Trinity term 2009On a more social side, there exists a GTBC community that allows members to enjoy regular socials throughout each term; as well as formal dinners after Christ Church Regatta, Torpids, and Eights.


If you are interested in learning more about the Club, check out the GTBC website, or join our GTBC Facebook Group.

If you are interested in rowing, please contact or

Current GTBC Committee

President                               Kareem Ayoub
Men's Co-Captain Jamie Manuel
Men's Co-Captain Anna Kotova
Women's Co-Captain Alison Boyes
Women's Co-Captain Victoria Stoll
Secretary Kate Battle
Treasurer Charlie Taylor
Safety & Equipment Officer Rebecca King
Social Secretary Joanna Hamer
Publicity Officer Sarah Robinson
Captain of Coxes Emily Ross
Development Officer Madeline  Nightingale                  

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