Our Master's Squad trains together regularly, racing on and off-Cam. There are opportunities for serious racing, as well as social rowing.

Masters first and second at Rad mile

The President's Masters D eight was the fastest eight at the Radegund mile in an adjusted time of 5:41. Rowing in an unseasonal hailstorm the masters a eight took second place in a time of 5:53.

The men also won at IM3 coxed fours (also fastest four) continuing their run of success from Bedford fours and small boats. 

Masters win medals at Henley

Old Gits Win Shiny Medals

In 2010, after having a nice couple of days out at Henley Masters (in which we were beaten by a bunch of former Olympians) a plan was formed. Next year we would come back. We would enter a younger event (when all the Olympians would still be busy being Olympians). We would practice.

 

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City make an impact at FISA world masters

The City of Cambridge Rowing Club last weekend sent a crack rowing squad to Vienna to compete in the World Masters (Veteran) Rowing Competition. This prestigeous event attracts around five thousand competitors from around the world, with very high standards.

 

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