Cascade rowers place third at head of the river

The UFV rowing club travelled to Nicomekl River at Crescent Beach for the Head of the River Regatta on Saturday, September 23. This regatta is a six-kilometre race on a…

Rowing to Canadian University Championships

The varsity rowing team has trained throughout the summer in preparation for their competitive racing season. For the month of September, the team races in exhibition races. The exhibition races…

UFV Rowing hosts Head of the Fort Regatta at Fort Langley

The bright sun split the morning sky over Fort Langley on Saturday morning, where crowds of rowing fans gathered to watch the UFV rowing team host their annual Head of the Fort Regatta on the Fraser River.

The bright sun split the morning sky over Fort Langley on Saturday morning, where crowds of rowing fans gathered to watch the UFV rowing team host their annual Head of the Fort Regatta on the Fraser River.

UFV rowing team hosts ergathon to raise money for Canadian Cancer Society

Most students use the weekend before midterms start to study, finish homework, and maybe have a nervous breakdown. But not the UFV rowing team. This weekend the rowing team hosted an ergathon (a rowing marathon to fundraise) on Saturday and Sunday in Fort Langley.

UFV Rowing gaining momentum

Early mornings, freezing water, and aching muscles. It may seem brutal, but it’s all worth it.

Learn to row at UFV

This fall, UFV Rowing will be conducting their annual Learn to Row program for those interested on campus.

For two B.C. students, class assignment led to seven-month kayak trip

Graham and Russell Henry from Victoria, B.C. recently finished a seven-month kayaking expedition from Belém, Brazil to Juneau Beach, Florida. The kinesiology department brought them to UFV to speak to students last week, where, in the confines of the Abbotsford campus lecture hall, they walked through the whole open-water experience.