Our aim at La Trobe University Rowing Club (LURC) is to promote the sport of rowing, competition and good sportsmanship across all levels of ability from the raw beginners to the elite, such as those seeking state or national selection.
Whilst fostering the development of rowing with both past and present La Trobe students and staff, we’re also open to the wider public and provide opportunities to row socially or competitively at all levels of competition including lightweight.
Stuart is into his third season as Head Coach at LURC. Coming off the back of his second season, which was a glorious success.
When he first joined the club, the senior women's squad was made up of just one quad. By the end of his second season, we were able to enter two eights, three quads, one four, three doubles...
At long last the LURC committee is please to announce that we have been able to appoint our long awaited Head Coach!
Stuart is originally a light weight Tassie rower and has been hanging round the sheds for the last few seasons. He comes to us from an extremely successful gig at Melbourne rowing club, taking his Masters women to...
Congratulations to the boys (finally) for their successes at the 2011 State Championships.
James won the D Single, with Matt, Cash, Quill and James teaming up to win the D Quad.
They are featured here with coach Peter and cox Lauren.
|LURC welcomes new members of all ages and skills levels, with programs to suit beginner through to experienced rowers.
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Stuart is into his third season as Head Coach at LURC. Coming off the back of his second season, which was a glorious success. When he first joined the club, the senior women’s squad was made up of just one quad. By the end of his second season, we were able to enter two eights, [...]Read More →
The beginner program will begin tomorrow night! When & Where: Session 1 – Tuesday March 5th 6pm at La Trobe Uni Sports Centre Sessions 2 & 3 – Sunday March 10th and 17th, 10am at La Trobe University Rowing Club, bay 3 of Melbourne Rowing Club shed, Boathouse Drive Subsequent sessions will be held on [...]Read More →