Georgina wren


Having started rowing at Cardiff Metropolitan Boat Club, Georgina is a dedicated and passionate member of the Senior Women’s squad. Since starting at Cardiff City, she has represented the club at various national events including WEHORR, Metropolitan Regatta and Henley Women’s Regatta. As President this year, she hopes to work alongside the committee and coach to achieve exceptional results within the club over both the Head and Regatta season.


Athena cowley

Vice President

As a keen lightweight sculler, Athena has gone from strength to strength after also learning to row at Cardiff Met in September. Her drive and commitment has allowed her to consistently achieve PB’s both on the erg and on the water, and she recently represented Cardiff City at a number of local regattas over the summer. As Vice President, she hopes to work closely with Georgina this year to drive the club forwards as an organised, passionate member of the committee.


Luke balcerak


A key member of our HRR 2019 Wyfold crew, Luke has brought both expertise and motivation to the club over the past two years and he is excited for the challenge of becoming Captain for the 2019/20 season. Luke learnt to row at Warrington RC through ‘Project Oarsome’, and has been a crucial part of the Senior Men’s squad, competing not only at Henley but at numerous national events, including Home International trials. As well as organising the catering for the club’s various events, he works closely alongside our coach to support and guide all athletes from novice to elite level.


glenys rugman


As one of the longest standing members of Cardiff City, Glenys’ wisdom, advice and organisation is key in allowing the club to function well. Having recently competed at Henley Masters, she is an ardent singer sculler with depths of experience and is looking forward to competing at a number of different events this year.


Arthur lovatt


The club secretary this year is another home grown talent,: having learnt to row as part of Cardiff University Rowing Club, Arthur is a driven and humorous member of the club. When he is not rowing or in the gym, Arthur works as a Specialist Physiotherapist and often offers excellent advice from how to avoid injuries to the best stretches. As Secretary this year, Arthur hopes to work alongside other members of the committee to keep the club running smoothly and to guide the administrative elements of the club’s events.