A PROUD HISTORY OF SUCCESS

Tweed Rowers were responsible for improving rowing in Queensland during the 1950ís.  The ladies won the Australian Womenís Four in 1949, 1950 and 1954 and the menís eight represented Queensland at the Kingís Cup from 1954 - 1958.

 

Over the years, many of the clubís members have won numerous State, Australian and even world titles, at all levels including junior, senior and masters. Some rowers have represented their State and their Country. The Club has also won the Queensland and Northern Rivers Club Championships on numerous occasions over the years.

 

Since 1948 Tweed Rowers have won over 60 National Titles and the club is one of the leading clubs of Australia with the number of State Titles won.

 

Every year for the past 4 years a Tweed Rower has achieved a medal at a world championship event.

Some of the recent successful Tweed Rowers include Tara Kelly, Matthew Bolster, Martina Smidt, Lincoln Handley, Peter Faint, Lindsay Anderson, Garry Annand and earlier, brothers Duncan Free and Marcus Free.

       

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