At the highest level we compete at the tideway heads, the 2000m multi-lanes at Eton and we aim to compete at Henley Royal Regatta.

Athletes looking to join us at this standard should expect one day off a week but otherwise to be training each evening and weekends with some days training on more than one occasion.

We provide regular coaching on the water and strength and conditioning coaching and specialist advice through our relationship with Core Cambridge.

We run a squad system so less experienced rowers, including complete beginners, can learn to row and progress through the club as they improve and many of our most successful oarsmen have learned to row at the club.

The Great Escape

The Berlin Invasion

“City 3” headed out to Germany on a mission to make their last crew race a special one. After rowing together as a crew for about a year and gaining their first race win 51 weeks ago at the Autumn head in 2008, we wanted to give it all. We made our way there in dribs and drabs over two days all meeting together on Friday evening. James and John did it their way, and flew themselves out in John’s teeny tiny little Aeroplane



Adam does BIRC

It was back in August that Dave Newman (Big Dave) suggested to me that we both enter the BIRC. With Bumps being done and dusted, and the regatta season pretty much finished, I thought that it sounded like a good idea. So I did some erging and lifted a few weights. About three weeks before the competition I remembered that, like last the last time I competed in the BIRC back in 2007, I had forgotten to enter. Oops.



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