Old Brentonian jumps out of retirement to race at the Olympics

Jul 15, '08

Olympic Send-off Party

Jun 26, '08

On Wednesday afternoon, the staff and students took time off from their busy schedules to honour four Olympians heading off to Beijing: Malcolm Howard, Dave Calder, Scott Frandsen, and Connor Grimes. The entire student body flowed out onto the lawns in front of the main plaza to the stage set up for our guests: Mr. Howard Martin (former Head of...

Four Old Brentonians going to the Beijing Olympics

Jun 18, '08

The final qualifying races were held this morning in Poznan, Poland. There were five Canadian crews racing today attempting to finish in the top two places to qualify for the Olympics. The day started out well for Dave Calder (Class of 1996) and Scott Frandsen (Class of 1998), as they led from start to finish and won the men's pair...

Brentonians race for the Olympics

Jun 13, '08

Brentwood grads race together at Olympic qualifier in Poland.

Quinn Erickson moves on at Junior National Team Speed Orders

Jun 02, '08

Quinn Erickson stayed behind after her bronze medal performance in St.Catharines to compete in the 2008 Junior National Team speed orders to try and win a spot on the 2008 junior national team. On Monday, she competed in a 2000m time trial which placed her in the top two semi-finals, placing fifth overall and a place in the B final. She will race...

Brentonians make their mark at World Cup in Lucerne

Jun 02, '08

Five former rowers of the Brentwood College Rowing Club took one step closer to racing for Canada at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Racing this past weekend at the Lucerne World Cup were Pete Dembicki (Class of 1998) and Jamie Faris (2001) in the straight four. Dave Calder (1996) and Scott Frandsen (1998) in the men's pair. Malcolm Howard (2001) rowed...

Gold at St. Catharines

Jun 01, '08

Having helped eliminate hundreds of crews through Friday’s heats and Saturday’s semi-finals, 8 Brentwood shells took to the water on Sunday in the finals. High noon found both the junior men and junior women’s eights on the water for back-to-back races. In a ten-minute span, in drama that could not have been better written by Shakespeare, both...

Rowing: eight crews through to the finals in St. Catharines.

May 31, '08

The semi-finals on Saturday saw Brentwood launch 14 crews at the 63rd annual Canadian Secondary Schools Rowing Association championships regatta. A single, two doubles, a quad, 3 fours and 5 eights all braved winds (and a thunderstorm that delayed racing for 2 hours) to challenge themselves and the continent’s best competition. At the end of the...

Rowing: first day of racing at the National Championships

May 30, '08

Friday Races

The Friday heats are being run under a different format this year. In all races the winner of the heat automatically advances to the next round and then, depending on the number of entries, the next 7 to 12 fastest times. The weather today was unsettling...

Rowing Club sends largest contingent ever to National Championships

May 24, '08

At 5:00 a.m. tomorrow (Tuesday) morning, the Brentwood Rowing Club's largest contingent ever departs for the Canadian Secondary Schools Rowing Championships. In what was supposed to be a building year, the club is sending 28 junior and 23 senior athletes to compete in 20 of the 36 events offered at the regatta. The team will be flying to Hamilton,...

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