City of Cambridge has a vibrant womens squad with a history of strong performances at local and national rowing events.  At the highest level we compete at the tideway heads, the 2000m multi-lanes at Eton and Henley Womens Regatta.

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

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

Kate and Sarah win pairs head

Kate and Sarah Pairs Head 2012

Sarah Airey and Kate Hurst have won IM2 coxless pairs at the Pairs Head! After a short partnership of just six weeks, Kate and Sarah started the 4km race in second place over taking the leading boat early on and winning IM2 pairs by over 13 seconds.

Semi Finalists at Womens Henley

In horrendously windy conditions, City women reached the semi finals of Club Intermediate eights beating Thames and Bristol Ariel. 
Crew: Enya Meadows, Amy Roome, Sarah Large, Rachel Saunders, Mieke van der Graaf, Ulrike Bauer, Marta Costa, Linda Gruendken & Hannah James

 Sarah Airey also qualified for the quater finals of Senior 1x 

Another win for womens novice eight

City womens novice pick up another pot at the Head of the Cam in a time of 11:51.

The crew was Sherry Haque, Jenny Gales, Jayne Kirk, Claire, Kirsty Scott, Stef Mullins, Linda Baston-Pitt, Sarah Parks & John Walley

Novices do the double

City novices got a clean sweep at the Radegund mile winning both mens and womens categories and taking second place in the mens novice eights.

Win at Pairs Head!

City Duo Win Women's Doubles at Pairs Head

City recorded some great results at this years Pairs Head of the River Race on the Thames. Top of the pile were Sam and Sarah who won their IM2.2x category in a time of 13:12, a fantastic result for them both and for the club. Alan raced an IM3 2x composite with Matt Castle of Rob Roy and they finished 66th overall in 12.34 Stephen and Dave raced IM1 2x and finished 88th overall in a time of 12.48. Silvia and Ulrike raced W Lwt IM3 2x and came 6th in their category in 14.02.


City women are Womens Henley winners!

On a proud day for City of Cambridge Rowing Club the women's coxed 4 of Sara, Fi, Lindsay & Chiara, with Renae coxing, won The Lester Trophy (Intermediate Club Coxed Fours) at Womens Henley  Regatta.

Down off the start and trailing by a length at the 500m mark City began a relentless advance on Royal Chester to eventually win by 3 and a half lengths in a new course record of 5min 24. Congratulations to the crew and their coach Cranch, along with everyone who made this fantastic result possible.



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