The 20th April 2013 marked the 150th anniversary of the formation of City of Cambridge Rowing Club, the oldest town club on the Cam. Thank you to everyone who made the occasion such a great success. Here's to a historic year to come, and many more to follow.

Bedford 4s and 8s head report 2010

A Row-Mantic Day at Bedford (with massive apologies to Jane Austen)

IT is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single sculler in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a sweep crew. However little known the feelings or views of such a man may be on his first entering a rowing club, this truth is so well fixed in the minds of the surrounding rowers, that he is considered as the rightful property of some one or other of their crews. Getting said single scullers to commit to a sweep crew however, appears to take quite a bit of effort.



Charlotte's Marathon

Little Geneva Paddle

Whilst several City scullers headed to Boston for a marathon effort of 50km, Charlotte headed out to Geneva with Ely-based Rob Roy sculler, Hannah Peel, and three ex-York City rowers to prepare for the longest non-stop (non-ocean) rowing race in the world. Not one, not two, but three Boston marathons back-to-back, with 10km added to the end. You may think that 160km non-stop in a yolette (a giant coxed quad) might not sound like the most exciting way to spend your summer holidays - and you'd be right.


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



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.



City Medallists at the English IRC!

Magnificent trio Ben, Barney and Naz all brought home medals from the English Indoor Rowing Champs, times are on the Concept 2 site, here's Ben's report...On a cold and potentially very stormy day three intrepid City hopefuls set off for the English Indoor Rowing Championships. Having endured the "What? On a swimming pool?" comments from non-rowing friends, and an ungodly early Sunday morning start (up at 5am!?!), they were ready for the coming challenge.



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