Category: rowing

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Melbourne High Rowers Ride across Victoria for charity

Murray to Moyne is a short meaningless phrase for those not in the know. After 17 hours of listening to the sound of hazard lights clicking in my car as I followed riders from...

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Melbourne High win at State Rowing Championships

For those who have seen the photos already on Facebook I apologise as this is coming from my blog – It is a more comprehensive post though with more links and video. The State...

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Henley on the Yarra – 2017

Joe and the boys from Melbourne High participated in the Henley on Yarra rowing competition earlier in the year which is styled on the Henley event in England. Again a stunning spectacle and this...

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Melbourne High Rowing on Lake Wendouree

One of the great things about Joe undertaking rowing is the interesting places he gets to row. We were impressed with the beauty of the Barwon River in Geelong and now having visited Lake...

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Barwon River Regatta

Joe has now spent a year in his new sport, rowing. In Darwin it is considered an adventure sport because of the real chance of being eaten by a crocodile, although it provides excellent...

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Rowing BBQ at the Melbourne High School Tower

On my last day in Melbourne Joe’s rowing group planned to have a barbecue to make up for the failed attempt to have a barbecue at the end of the rowing camp due to...

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Joe is back at Karate and is elected Form Captain

Last night Joe attended his first Soo Bahk Do Karate class in Murrumbeena which is near Oakleigh. Joe enjoyed his first class and among his other commitments is hoping to achieve his black belt...

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Rowing Tryouts – Day 2

Day two of the rowing tryouts and in keeping with the notion of personal bests we shaved 15 minutes off our journey from Oakleigh South to the powerhouse rowing club on the banks of...

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Joe tries out for the Melbourne High rowing team

Today was a day of firsts. We tackled the Melbourne traffic and made it into the only entrance at Melbourne High that required a security code to enter. Fortunately a kind teacher used to...

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