Quinn Erickson comes fourth in Canada

Nov 04, '07

Quinn Erickson (Grade 11) raced today in the finals of the Canadian Rowing Championships. Racing against athletes two years older, Quinn finished fourth in the Junior Women's pair. The top two pairs are four athletes who are presently attending first year university. Quinn and her partner Sarah Aylard raced a solid race but could not crack the...

Old Brentonians Racing at the National Championships in Ontario

Nov 03, '07

Twelve Old Brentonians and one current student are taking part in this weekend's Canadian National Championships in Welland, Ontario. Quinn Erickson's mom, Carol, also a Brentwood grad (Class of 1998) is in Welland cheering on her daughter. Carol and her husband Murray rounded up all the Brentwood grads for the photo.

National Rowing Championships: Quinn Erickson Advances to Two Finals

Nov 03, '07

Earlier today in Ontario, Quinn Erickson qualified for Sunday's final in the Junior Women's Single at the National Rowing Championships. She will be busy tomorrow, as she has also qualified in the Junior Women's Pair, which will also be raced on Sunday.

Quinn Erickson Advances at Canadian National Rowing Championships

Nov 02, '07

Quinn Erickson (Grade 11) is currently competing at the Canadian National Rowing Championships in Welland Ontario. She raced twice on Thursday, placing 6th in the junior women's single and 2nd in the junior women's pair. Quinn will be racing in the semi-finals for the single today and the 'A' final in the pair on Saturday. Quinn's short term goal...

Brentwood Grad Wins the Prestigious Head of the Charles Championship Single

Oct 22, '07

Malcolm Howard (Class of 2001) represented Canada in the Championship Single at the Head of the Charles in Boston on Saturday. Malcolm beat world champion Mahre Drysdale from New Zealand by half a second over the 5 km course.

The Fraser River Fours

Oct 14, '07

The 2007-2008 edition of the Brentwood rowing programme started yesterday with three entries in the Fraser River Fours. This event, sponsored by the University of British Columbia is held over a 4.5 km course against the current on the Fraser River. The senior boys 1st four finished in second place, two seconds behind the 2007 National Under-16...

Heavy 8 Wins Silver

Jul 17, '07

In a photo finish measured by gasps and millimeters, the boys of the Brentwood Heavy Eight have left the international rowing fraternity officially “gob smacked”. Their razor- close second place finish to England’s largest independent school, Shrewsbury, begs the question:  How did a mid- sized boarding school that offers no sports...

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