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RUBC Photos

Updated on April 18, 2019

1954

  • U Tin Htoon (A60) joined RUBC in 1954.
  • He became Captain and RUBC Gold.
  • He was ARAE Champion in 1958 with Dr. Harry Saing for winning the Venables’ Bowl for coxless pairs.
  • He was ARAE Champion in 1960 with Dr. Harry Saing, Victor Htun Shein, Sunny Teng and U Sein Htoon (M63, cox) for winning the Willingdon Trophy for coxed fours.
  • Sithu U Tin, U Po Zon and U Tin Htoon compiled materials for the RUBC 40th Anniversary Issue in 1963.

1963 – 64

The Group Photo of RUBC Captains was taken in 1963 – 64.

A few Past Captains are missing in the picture. They include

  • U Ba Tun
  • Commodore Than Pe
  • Dr. Harry Saing
  • Dr. Tin Wa

In 2019, the most senior living Captain is U Tin U (1948 – 49), and the oldest Captain is U Mg Mg Than Tun (1953 – 54), who is older than U Tin U by a few months.

2013

  • U Tin Htoon, Chair
  • U Myo Myint (EC67), Vice-Chair
  • U Htaik San (M81), Secretary
  • U Hla Min (EC69), Contributing Editor : I wrote the prelude for each section, and three articles.
  • Dr. Tin Wa
  • Daw Joe Phyu (EE75)
  • U Khin Zaw
  • U Zaw Min Sein,
  • Daw San San Myint,
  • U Hla Maw Tun
  • Dr. Nay Lin Aung and
  • U Yemunn Soe published the RUBC 90th Anniversary Issue in 2013. I was contributing editor.

2018

The 95th Anniversary Regatta was held in 2018. Due to schedule conflicts, several Old Members from overseas could not attend the gathering.

Mini-gathering

  • Dr. Than Nyunt (George Nyunt, Past Captain and Gold)
  • U Tun Shein (Willie Saing, Gold)
  • U Tin Htoon (Past Captain and Gold)

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