About Falcon Racing Boats

Falcon Racing boats more than 30 Years’ experience as manufacturer of a large variety of boats in composite construction in China. Falcon Racing boats are one of the leading racing boats manufacturers for the Asian market and are widely used in Australia. New Zealand and South America. Since 2017 Falcon Racing Europe is selling Rowing boats to the European market.

With proven Hull designs, a good quality manufacturing process and the attention to detail when finishing the boats at Falcon Racing Europe, Falcon Racing have produced boats which are now regularly used in high calibre rowing events, like in a number of International Competitions, including the Asian Games and the Junior World Championships.

The drivers behind Falcon Racing Europe are Michel Andrieux, who rowed for 15 years at the highest level, and has been coaching rowers in Bordeaux for over 20 years and Thierry Coasta, who’s rowing career spans more than 40 years at national level with a number of national titles to his name. Michel’s rowing achievements include winning a number of medals at the Olympic Games, World Championships, especially winning a gold medal at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games in the men’s pair.

Falcon Racing Boats UK is now making the Falcon boats available in the UK.

Falcon Racing Boats UK is a company run by two long time rowers, who have between them nearly 100 Years’ Experience in rowing.

David Reed- or Reg as he is known in rowing circles – a nickname given to him by fellow Wallingford School crew mates! A successful Junior, Lightweight and Elite club rower’ with medals at National events and on domestic regatta circuit, representing many clubs on the way. Reg has continued rowing and sculling into Master’s competition, with wins through the age groups domestically, national and internationally. A passionate supporter of rowing for all, dedicated Club official and continues to coach junior and development athletes, with success at national level.

Wolfgang Weis: Originally from Germany, Wolfgang has photographic evidence of him sitting in a rowing boat at the age of 7. He did not look back after that, and rowing remained a large part of his life, sculling as a Lightweight sculler in national and international competition and coaching juniors at Koblenzer Ruderclub Rhenania and Mainzer RV. In 1999 Wolfgang settled in Great Britain, and continued to coach, mainly at St Edwards School, Oxford, Trinity College, Oxford and Ardingly RC. His success as coach include a number of medals at National Schools Regatta, National Junior Rowing Championships, JIRR and Home International Regatta.

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