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University of London Boat Club (ULBC or UL) is the rowing club for the University of London with membership open to students of all of its constituent colleges. ULBC is one of British Rowing’s most senior and successful clubs, with a powerful alumni network. As with other collegiate universities, many of the University of London's colleges have their own boat clubs. Members of these college boat clubs who feel strong enough can trial for a place in the squad of The University Of London Boat Club to compete at an elite level. But the majority of student athletes who join the club do so with prior experience at an elite level. The club has its boat house on the River Thames in Chiswick, London, United Kingdom and is a designated High Performance Programme for GB Rowing, providing a pathway f

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  • University of London Boat Club (ULBC or UL) is the rowing club for the University of London with membership open to students of all of its constituent colleges. ULBC is one of British Rowing’s most senior and successful clubs, with a powerful alumni network. As with other collegiate universities, many of the University of London's colleges have their own boat clubs. Members of these college boat clubs who feel strong enough can trial for a place in the squad of The University Of London Boat Club to compete at an elite level. But the majority of student athletes who join the club do so with prior experience at an elite level. The club has its boat house on the River Thames in Chiswick, London, United Kingdom and is a designated High Performance Programme for GB Rowing, providing a pathway for athletes onto the U23 and Senior GB Rowing Teams The University of London Boat Club (ULBC) has been represented at every Olympic Games since 1960, has more Henley Royal Regatta wins than any other British University in history and has won at least one event a year at Henley Women's Regatta for the past 20 years. ULBC has produced a huge number of international representatives, many of whom have then gone on to medal or win at Senior and U23 World Championships and Olympic Games. (en)
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  • Chiswick, London, UK (en)
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  • University of London Boat Club (ULBC or UL) is the rowing club for the University of London with membership open to students of all of its constituent colleges. ULBC is one of British Rowing’s most senior and successful clubs, with a powerful alumni network. As with other collegiate universities, many of the University of London's colleges have their own boat clubs. Members of these college boat clubs who feel strong enough can trial for a place in the squad of The University Of London Boat Club to compete at an elite level. But the majority of student athletes who join the club do so with prior experience at an elite level. The club has its boat house on the River Thames in Chiswick, London, United Kingdom and is a designated High Performance Programme for GB Rowing, providing a pathway f (en)
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  • University of London Boat Club (en)
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