Cambridge Filmworks has produced a new film following John Hale, a Mechanical Designer at Cambridge Consultants, getting under the skin of what it takes to succeed both as a top performing sportsman training for the Rio Olympics and as a leading Mechanical Designer within Cambridge’s top product development company.
Filmworks director Adam, who joined John on an early morning training session along The Great Ouse in Ely, commented: "It was a real privilege to capture John as he took to the water on such a superb early summer morning. We used our state of the art UAV camera drone to track his journey along the river and the results were stunning."
To see the film and find out more about John's passion for rowing alongside his work at Cambridge Consultants - the world-class supplier of innovative product development and technology consulting based at the prestigious Science Park in Cambridge - please go to:
Rowing for England in the Commonwealth Regatta at Strathclyde today:
* Dan Clift won Silver in the single sculls.
* Dan and John Hale won Gold in the coxless four.
Many congratulations from fellow members of IoERC.
During its ten-year existence the Isle of Ely Rowing Club has often had to make do with hand-me-down equipment. Now, through its own fund raising efforts and the generous assistance of two local firms, it has been able to buy a new eight. Last Saturday the boat was launched for its maiden outing by the managing directors of the two donor companies: Andrew Moss of Horizon Retail Marketing Solutions Ltd and Mark Haynes of G's Mushrooms. The new boat's first competitive action will be in the Cambridge Town Bumps which take place from the 22nd to the 25th July.