Name: Lloyd Luck 

From: Launceston, Tasmania (University of Tasmania Boat Club) 

Volunteer Position: On the gate 

Why did you volunteer at #ARC22? / About Lloyd 

Having been “involved in rowing for over 50 years”, Lloyd has volunteered a lot at Australian rowing, including as a local at the Nationals at Lake Barrington last year. He continues to “enjoy the sport” and “enjoy helping” and is so happy to see the rise of “young people’s involvement in the sport”. 

Lloyd was responsible for bringing up the boat trailer for the University of Tasmania Boat Club (UTBC), we’re sure his club is also very appreciative of his efforts. So far this week Lloyd has been working on the gates, however, is excited to change up roles later this week. 

As a former rower, he last rowed at the 2009 World Masters Games in Sydney, and feels he is much better suited to the executive side of the sport these days. Off the water, he is a life member of North Esk Rowing Club in Launceston and has been with the UTBC for approximately 5 years, where he has been helping grow their rowing program within Launceston.  

We thank Lloyd for his continued contribution to rowing and for putting his hand up to volunteer at #ARC22!