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.

Winter Head to Head 2015 Results

Winter H2H 2015 Results

Winter League 2015 1st Leg Results

Results are now available for the fisrt leg of the 2015 Winter League.

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24 Hour Erg in memory of Cranch Lamble

A 24hr erg competition in memory of Cranch Lamble, and in aid of Cancer Research UK took place from Friday 24th October 7pm - Saturday 25th, arranged by Amy Bland, an active member of our junior squad who was coached by Cranch.  

So far this has raised £1,271.03 plus £242.95 for Cancer Research UK in memory of Cranch Lamble.

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Multiple Wins at Autumn Head

On the 18th October 2014 sixteen crews raced the Cambridge Autumn Head.  

City of Cambridge had wins in IM3 VIII+ and fastest crew of day,  W IM2 coxless quads, W J16 coxless quads, W J18 coxless quads and Fastest Womens VIII+ with many crews also finishing 2nd or 3rd in their categories.

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