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.

Medal Haul at British Masters Championships

MedalsOn Sunday 18th May City of Cambridge Mens squad and Sarah Airey represented the club at the British Rowing Masters Championships at Nottinham Watersport centre.  In total City of Cambridge brough home 23 Gold & Silver medals and finished 6th in the Victor Ludorum.


Wins at Nottingham City Regatta

Nottingham City Regatta PotOn Saturday 17th May the Mens squad, Sarah Airey in her 1x and a collection of junior crews raced at Nottingham City Regatta.

The Mens IM2 4- won their category with a convincing 8 second lead in the final.  The junior girls followed this up with a win for Pernille and Camille in the WJ17 2x.


2014 Spring Head to Head Results

Spring Head to Head results are now available:

Fourth at Inter-Regionals

The club was represented by Pernille Nielsen at the national Junior Inter-Regional Regatta. Pernille raced in a composite eight formed by scullers from six regional clubs selected from the regional trials. Despite limited time together and all being new to sweep rowing, the girls came second in their heat to go through to the A Final. The fight for the silver and bronze medals was extremely close, with Durham ARC, Lady Eleanor Holles School and the Eastern Region composite going through half way level. Pernille’s composite crew finished 4th, a huge achievement at a major national race.

WeHORR Results

Congratulations to both City crews who raced Women's Eights Head last Saturday. It was a sunny, calm day on the Thames and we had some great results.

W1 finished 41st, the fastest crew from Cambridge and 4th in the Provincial Pennant.

W2 moved up a massive 67 places from their start position to finish 127th, racing strong and overtaking crews on the course.


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