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Leander Club

Leander Club is the greatest and truly world-renowned rowing club (http://www.leander.co.uk/), founded in 1818 (now it is the 4th of the oldest surviving rowing clubs in the world). While most of his history it was located in Henley-on-Thames, it became a symbol of the famous Henley Royal Regatta. But the greatest glory was brought by his famous alumni - multiple champions and winners of major competitions. A special place among them belongs to Steven Redgrave and Matthew Pinsent. It is the Leander Club that the room, which accommodates the Museum of British rowing in the English Rowing Club, is dedicated to.


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Information on regattas

On June 12, 2015, in the historic center of St. Petersburg on the waters of the Kronverksky Strait, between the Peter and Paul Fortress and Artillery Museum building, the 5rd International Rowing Regatta Golden Blades will take place.

A distance of 200 meters will be laid in the waters of the Kronverksky Strait along the fortress, which will allow participants and visitors enjoy the beautiful views of the sea capital of Russia.




9B, Deputatskaya Street,

Krestovsky Island, 197110, St. Petersburg

phone number: +7 921 186 58 58


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