University of London Boat Club
ULBC is the elite rowing programme for student athletes of the 18 colleges & institutions that form the University of London. It offers High Performance Rowing and is a designated High Performance Centre by British Rowing.
Both land & water training take place at the UL Boathouse in Chiswick. This is also where most of the UL college boat clubs boat from, who offer excellent novice programs and inter collegiate racing.
The University of London Boat Club was formed in 1839 and is the UK’s most successful university rowing team, with 45 Henley Royal Regatta (HRR) wins, representation at every Olympic Games since 1960 and 212 ULBC athletes selected for U23 and Senior World Championship teams, winning 135 Olympic and World Championship medals.
Most Recently at HRR the UL Men made the final of the Temple in 2017 and the final of the Visitors & semifinal of the Prince Albert in 2018. The UL Women are one the country’s best rowing programmes, with a long record of success at Henley Women’s Regatta and will be looking to dominate in the newly created Island Challenge Trophy at Henley Royal Regatta.