Green Templeton Boat Club
|Green Templeton Boat Club|
Longbridges Boathouse and the club blade colours
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|Home water||The Isis|
|Membership||100 (approx.)|
|University||University of Oxford|
|Affiliations||British Rowing (boat code GTM)|
St Edmund's College (Sister college)
Green Templeton Boat Club (commonly abbreviated to GTBC ) is a rowing club for members of Green Templeton College, Oxford. It is based in the Longbridges boathouse on the Isis, which is co-owned by the college and shared with Hertford, St Hilda's, St Catz and Mansfield. The club was established in 2008, after Green and Templeton colleges merged to form Green Templeton College, Oxford.
Green Templeton Boat Club was established in 2008 after Green and Templeton Colleges merged. Before this, Templeton College had a close affiliation with Hertford College Boat Club, while Green College was associated with Osler House.
The College part-owns Longbridges Boathouse on the River Thames (locally referred to as The Isis).
GTBC currently owns a fleet - four Eights, two Fours, Double and Single Sculls - which are kept in the large and small boats bays at Longbridges.
- University rowing (UK)
- Oxford University Boat Club
- "Oxford University Rowing Clubs: Green Templeton". Oxford University Rowing Clubs (OURCs). Retrieved 13 March 2013.
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