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2013 Charlie Butt Annual Scullers Head of the Potomac

Congratulations and thanks to the many athletes who came from far and wide to compete at the 2013 Charlie Butt Annual Scullers Head of the Potomac (SHOP)!

On Sunday, September 29, 2013, race fans and casual onlookers got a glimpse of novice, junior, collegiate, elite and master category athletes giving their all down the Potomac on one of the most beautiful days in the regatta’s 33-year history.

With approximately 350 entries in events ranging from singles to eights, the regatta was an amazing tribute to legendary coach Charlie Butt’s ongoing legacy at PBC and his contributions to U.S. rowing.

We look forward to seeing you all next year!


For direct access to this year’s event, please click here.  For this and previous years’ results, please visit the club’s website here.


We had two professional photographers at the regatta this year!

Eric Swenson from Lane One Photography was at this year’s race, and caught some great shots of the crews […]

By |October 13th, 2013|Club News|0 Comments

An invitation from our friends at Georgetown University

Erik Meyers recently shared the following with The Star, and we’re happy to share the same on his behalf and on behalf of the alumni, friends and supporters of Georgetown University Crew:

Mike Driscoll (class of ’08) has organized an entire series of events for the 50th anniversary of Georgetown University lightweight rowing program, but intended as a celebration for all who enjoy rowing on the Potomac!

The gala dinner is open to anyone who is interested — as are most of the events. The schedule is below. For more information, please click here.

Georgetown University’s current rowing program traces its revival to adult and student volunteers back in the late 1950s and early 1960s.   The crew had an early presence on the Potomac and in collegiate rowing but lost a couple of boathouses and virtually disappeared until this student-led revival.

We, who row from the oldest self-reliant institution on the DC waterfront, can certainly […]

By |October 12th, 2013|Club News|0 Comments