Reunion of 1992 Henley winning crew

David Rendle (71-78), coach of the winning Princess Elizabeth Challenge Cup crew in 1992, reports on a reunion at Henley 20 years later.   To mark the 20-year anniversary of the 1992 win by the College First VIII in the Princess Elizabeth Challenge Cup at Henley Royal Regatta, the Henley Stewards kindly consented to a…

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Mike Beavington (59-63)

I was one of the 70,000 volunteers at the London Olympic Games. I was a member of the Accreditation Team at the Rowing and Sprint Canoe Village at Egham. The job itself was mainly concerned with producing the big laminated passes, like the one that I am wearing in the picture (see the News-related section…

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Olivia Rendle (04-11)

Olivia Rendle(04-11) was honoured to be chosen to run in the Olympic Torch relay at Thatcham on Wednesday 11th July. Olivia nominated herself and was chosen on account of her indomitable spirit, good humour, kindness and friendship shown in the face of adversity and her frustration of not being able to row due to a…

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Merrick Rayner (68-73)

I went down to Weymouth to support Bart Simpson (90-95) and Iain Percy in their Star class Olympic sailing medal race. They were extremely gutted to be robbed on the line by a fickle wind. I thought Bart handled the BBC interview immediately after the race with great aplomb considering how they must have been…

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Richard Shuttleworth (57-62)

My London 2012 Olympic Games memories: “I was driving for RDS, the French-speaking arm of Canadian Broadcast Services. We were based at the International Broadcast Centre (IBC) a vast building in the N-W corner of the Olympic Park. There were four teams on the French side consisting of a presenter and a cameraman. Each day…

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Dr. James Allenby (57-62)

Fifteen months ago a committee of volunteers led by James formed the West Devon Pre-Games Training Camp Working Group and started a campaign to attract an overseas country to come and train in the West Devon area before the Olympic Games. Swaziland responded and two athletes, both sprinters, arrived in Devon ahead of the Games…

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E.A. Allenby (31-34)

Colonel E.A. ‘Edward’ Allenby OBE RM (31-34) died peacefully in Chollacott House Nursing Home, Tavistock, on June 27, 2012, aged 95. His son, Dr. James Allenby (57-62) writes: Born a ‘Man of Kent’ in the middle of the worst war of all time, Edward’s father was a retired navigation officer. His mother was deeply religious.…

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Silver medal for OP Andrew Simpson

Iain Percy and Andrew (Bart) Simpson (90-95) win a silver medal in the Star class sailing event at the London 2012 Olympic Games. Despite enjoying an eight-point lead over their nearest rivals going in to the final medal race at the Weymouth Olympic regatta, Percy & Simpson came home an agonising second in the two-handed…

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G.J. Hony (40-44)

John Hony (40-44) died in July, 2012, aged 85. He is survived by his wife of 59 years, Diana, who provided the material on which this obituary is based. John was a colourful, larger-than-life character with a robust sense of humour – described in one of his school reports as “somewhat misplaced.” At the NCP…

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Danny Lee (69-74)

Since September 2011 I’ve been leading the Environment Agency’s Solent Pollution Prevention and Control team. This involves applying pollution prevention and control regulations to limit the environmental impact of certain industrial activities through a permit process. I am also Executive Director of the Environment Agency’s Self Sustaining Building Programme. This involves establishing a clear “pathway”…

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