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Greg Hughes Named as Head Coach of Princeton's Heavyweight Crew

Aug 17, '09

Greg Hughes (Class of 1992) has been named as the head coach of Princeton's heavyweight rowers. Congratulations, Greg!

The following articles and video footage detail Greg's accomplishments and the impact of his rowing experiences at Brentwood.

News article from the Cowichan Valley...

Summer Rowing News

Jul 06, '09

We are pleased to announce that Brentwood student Eric Jackson has made the coxed four going to the Junior World Rowing Championships this summer. Eric is the only Grade 11 member of this crew. With this latest achievement, Brentonians are rowing at every level for British Columbia and Canada this summer:

  • Quinn Erickson, Eric Jackson -...

Rowing: local media coverage of National Championships

Jun 07, '09

For local media coverage of the recent National Championships in St. Catharines, please see the Cowichan Valley Citizen and

Three Brentwood Rowers named to Canadian Junior Teams

Jun 06, '09

Late Saturday evening, Rowing Canada announced the Junior National team for 2009. Named to the 'A' team who will be racing in France at the beginning of August for the FISA World Junior Rowing Championships is Eric Jackson. Named to the 'B' team which will be competing in the CanAmMex Regatta in Oakridge, Tennessee in the middle of July are Adam...

Eric Jackson wins Silver at the Canadian Junior National team Trials

Jun 02, '09

On Tuesday morning, Eric Jackson and his partner Will Matthews of Vancouver won the silver medal in the Junior Pair at the Canadian Junior National team Trials in Welland Ontario. Racing in the middle lane, Jackson and Matthews narrowly lost (1:04 seconds), to a crew from the South Niagara Rowing Club. Adam Galbraith and Connor McGuigan raced in...

Five National Titles for the Brentwood Rowing Programme

Jun 02, '09

On Sunday, the Brentwood rowers had one of their most successful days at the Canadian High School Rowing Championships. Racing in nine finals, the Club picked up four gold, three silver, a bronze and a 5th place finish. Gold medals were awarded to the Junior 72 kg eight and coxed four, the Junior heavyweight eight and coxed four. Silver medals...

Nine crews racing for Gold at National Championships

May 30, '09

Saturday‚Äôs semi-finals were held in less than favourable conditions, with a very strong wind blasting down the course. Brentwood put thirteen crews on the water today to try and qualify for the finals on Sunday and nine made it through. The unlucky four who did not were Lauren McKallor in the Senior Lightweight Single, the Senior Lightweight...

Five Crews Move on at the National Championships

May 29, '09

Again we are plagued by the computer problems of the CSSRA committee. As of 12:00 am Ontario time, the draw is not out yet for tomorrow, Saturday. We know when most of the crews are racing tomorrow, but not the times for the the crews that raced today! Eight crews raced today and five are moving on to the semi-finals. They will join the eight...

Heats Start Today

May 28, '09

The rain has started to fall, turning Henley Island into a mud bog, and races start today. Due to a major computer malfunction with the CSSRA organizing committee, the draw was not released until Thursday morning. There will be eight crews racing today: 9:14 am Sr Men's double; 10:03 am Sr. Women's quad; 11:41 am Jr. Women's double; 2:01 pm Jr....

49 Athletes off to Canadian High School Rowing Championships

May 24, '09

On Tuesday morning at 4:45 am, 49 athletes and 6 coaches leave the school to compete in the sixty-fourth annual Canadian Scholastic Schools Regatta in St. Catharines, Ontario. Making up this group are 23 junior boys, 5 junior girls, 11 senior boys and 10 senior girls. In total, the school is entering 15 different events over the three-day regatta...

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