Dublin University Boat Club

Rowing on the Liffey since 1836


Notice of Annual General Meeting

In accordance with article 28 section (i) of the constitution, Dublin University Boat Club shall hold its Annual General Meeting on Sunday 6thof October at 10am in The Boathouse.

DUBC is hiring – Assistant coach

Trinity Rowing has a long and successful history, with both Dublin University Boat Club (DUBC), and Dublin University Ladies Boat Club (DULBC) respected and recognised internationally. The 2015-2018 strategy for sport established the foundations of a student sport pathway, with participation, education, and performance sport structures being implemented. Rowing, as one of four focus sports continues to grow under this model, with a collective plan in place and an emerging staff infrastructure. This position is key and will further establish a foundation for attracting and supporting toplevel student rowers in the future. Reporting directly to the Chief Rowing Coach (DUBC), this position will provide coaching, development, and logistical support as required in operating the full DUBC rowing program. The main emphasis of the role will be to provide coaching, operational and administrative support across the full DUBC rowing programme as directed by the Chief Rowing Coach. The post holder will also be heavily involved in athlete recruitment, community engagement, and club development and education working with colleagues within the sports development unit and the club.

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Irish National Championships

DUBC completed another season with a win in the Club 8+ at the National Championships. Second place in the Intermediate 8+ and fourth place in the Senior 8+ rounded off some hard-fought racing from Trinity crews in Inniscarra.

Thank you to everyone who volunteered and supported our rowers throughout the season.

Well rowed Trinity.

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Dublin University Boat Club is the rowing club of Trinity College Dublin. Established in 1898, the club continues a tradition of rowing excellence practiced in Trinity since 1836. Among the oldest rowing clubs of the world, DUBC maintains a long history of success at domestic and international level. Multiple wins at National Championship events feature prominently alongside victories at Henley Royal Regatta and Irish University Championships. DUBC’s accolades span the breadth of competitive rowing, from novice level to World Championship and Olympic representation.
Rowing for DUBC offers the opportunity for intensive training in both sweep and sculling boats, accommodated by state of the art, high-performance facilities for both land-based and water training. Professional coaching structures and individualised training programmes facilitate the development of the student athlete, while encouraging the high academic standard demanded of students at Trinity.