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Chamley, Alex - Australian Rowing History

Alex Chamley

Chamley was a remarkable oarsman winning over 100 regatta races and 10 Interstate championships from 10 starts. His first in 1886 and his last in 1905 aged 42. He was generally regarded as one of the best bow side oarsman in Australia at a golden time for Victorian rowing. At that time, the colony had great rowers such as Chamley, Alex Sloan and the Donald brothers. 

1899-00 Victorian Champion Four from Albert Park - Alex Chamley in the 3 seat

Albert Park Rowing Club
1886 - Intercolonial Men's Eight Championship five seat - First
1887 - Intercolonial Men's Eight Championship five seat - First
1888 April - Intercolonial Men's Eight Championship seven seat - First
1888 November - Intercolonial Men's Eight Championship seven seat - First
1894 - Intercolonial Men's Eight Championship seven seat - First
1897 - Intercolonial Men's Eight Championship five seat - First
1899 - Intercolonial Men's Eight Championship seven seat - First
1901 - Interstate Men's Eight Championship five seat - First
1903 - Interstate Men's Eight Championship seven seat - First
1905 - Interstate Men's Eight Championship seven seat - First

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