Winning 4+ cat 'A' final against Army at Master's Henley 2012 Image - Big Blade

Women's Head of the River

M1 chasing Rob Roy in the Bumps, 2012 - Photo by David Ponting
w1 winning their heat at Women's Henley Regatta
Henley Royal Regatta 2011
Henley Royal Regatta 2012
Henley Royal Regatta 2013
City of Cambridge is the oldest town rowing club in Cambridge and one of the biggest in the region. We have squads that compete at all levels of competition around the UK.

Finalists at Women’s Henley Regatta

City of Cambridge completed one of their best campaigns at HWR, all our crews progressed to a quarter final, one through to a semi and another to the final. We were the only Cambridge club to have all our crews still racing on the Saturday.

A brief summary of results are listed below, both the Junior Quad and Senior Double both successfully qualified into the regatta through a time trail on Friday morning.

Intermediate Club Eights
Quarter Final, Beat Lea ‘B’ (2 ½ Lengths)
Semi Final, beat Auriol Kensington (1 ½ Lengths)
Final, lost to Lea ‘A’ (1 ½ Lengths)

HWR 8

Senior doubles
Round one, beat A S R Nereus (NED) (5 Lengths)
Quarter Final, beat Edinburgh University (1 ½ Lengths)
Semi Final, lost Upper Thames RC (3/4 Length)

2x HWR

Senior Singles – Lindsay Hamilton
Round one, beat Avon County Rowing Club, Taylor (4 Lengths)
Quarter Final, lost Henley Rowing Club, Bailhache-Graham (Easily)

Junior Quad Sculls
Round one, Beat Star Club (3 Lengths)
Quarter Final, lost Surbiton High School (4 ½ Lengths)

A full report with more photos will follow!

City Win at Metripolitan regatta

Metropolitan Regatta is Britains biggest domestic regatta and is spread over two days of racing at Dorney Lake on Saturday 30th and Sunday 31st May.

A full article can be read here and our results in brief below, with big wins in WIM3 8+ and WIM1 1x:

Saturday
WSen 2x - 2nd in the final (City/Wallingford composite)
IM2 4- 4th in Heat and 5th in the repecharge
IM3 8+ 4th in Heat

Sunday
WSen 2x - 2nd in the final (City/Wallingford composite)
WIM1 1x  1st (Sarah Airey) and 4th (Laura Clack) in the final
IM1 4- 5th in Heat
IM2 2- 2nd in Final
WIM3 8+ 1st in WIM3 and 5th in the B Final
IM3 8+ 7th in IM3 and 4th in their final

Sarah met MedalWomen Met Sign

Above the women's IM3 8+ and Sarah Airey IM1 1x collecting thier medals.
Eight; Back row: Fran Axe, Eva Simkens, John Upton (Coach), Lucy Griffin, Naomi Morris.
Front row: Sarah Large, Anne Palser, Jess Upton (cox) jo Grey, Suzanne Emerson.

CCRC's perfromances at Met regatta were recognised by rowing's governing body; British Rowing and mentioned on their website:

http://www.britishrowing.org/news/2015/june/2/great-turn-out-metropolitan-amateur-regatta-2015

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