Last scull Ladder of 2010

Last scull Ladder of 2010

Last Scull ladder of 2010 sees sensational Results, John Gordon started proceedings with a massive PB by 23 seconds, and then big Conor exactly equalled his PB to show us the cold conditions were really fast. Mark Sanders then crashed through the 8 minute barrier to set a new PB by 19 seconds. then, to everyones amazem…ent.. the amazing Chris Black launched in a lightweight boat. His cunning plan saw him PB and just aged 16 set the then 4th fastest ever time, behind Alan, Richard and Peter. Chris sat in his scull and awaited his best friend & rival, the “Bann Stig” known as Joel. Joel (aka Jose El Casselleys) just cannot be beaten and he crashed through the line beating Chris “the man in” Black by three seconds, to be , at just 16 only 2 seconds from Peter and Richard’s PB times. Lori equalled her best ever time & Willy, Connor & Matthew Hamilton scorched massive PB’s. Good stuff !

December 13th, 2010

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A heroes welcome home from Bann Rowing Club for Olympic Medalists (L-R) Richard Chambers,  Alan Campbell  and Peter Chambers (Pictured Sports Minister Carál Ní Chuilín)  - Northern Ireland's Olympic medal-winning rowers are receiving a heroes' welcome in their hometown of Coleraine.Team GB rowers Richard and Peter Chambers took silver in the lightweight fours, while Alan Campbell won a bronze in the single sculls.They have returned to Bann Rowing Club where they honed their rowing skills.Sports Minister Carál Ní Chuilín said their "achievement really does transcend sport and serves as an inspiration to us all".The celebrations will continue with an appearance in the town centre at about 15:00 BST.The three men were cheered by supporters at Belfast City Airport as they arrived back in Northern Ireland on Wednesday morning. SONY DSC img_0216-large
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