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.

City Juniors Autumn Regatta Report

By 8am on Sunday 8 September, 22 junior squad rowers had raced (up to three times) and won their categories at Cambridge Autumn Regatta. After meeting at the boat house by 6.25am, the junior boys and girls woke up just enough to win the CRA women’s novice and men’s novice eight categories in their first return to sweep rowing since their successful bumps campaigns. The WJ14 coxed quad matched the older juniors, picking up a win in the CRA women’s category.

The eights then split into second categories, with many making it through heats throughout the day, including a final for the WJ15 4x+ in Katherine’s first ever race. The club picked up a further three wins: Pernille in WJ16 1x, Camille in WJ15 1x and Karim and Harvey in J16 2x.

2013 Annual Dinner

City of Cambridge Annual Dinner

The Annual Dinner will take place on Saturday 26th October at Jesus College Cambridge.

Dinner will commence serving at 7.30pm and prior to the dinner there will be a boat naming ceremony at City of Cambridge Rowing Club

To buy your tickets please use the link below
CCRC Annual Dinner Registration

City Juniors Regatta Tour

junior boys at sudbury

The City junior squad went on regatta tour this summer, with three weekend races in three weeks.

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City women are Head of the River

women defend head easily wednesday






One thing that was not in question at the conclusion of this weeks CRA Town Bumps was who held the Head of the River in the womens divisions.
City women defended the title held since 2008 with style crossing the finish line easily ahead of nearest rivals Cantabs.

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CRA Town Bumps Chart (results for City)

City of Cambridge Rowing Club have (what we believe) is the largest entry of any club in the history of the CRA Town Bumps with 23 eights, 12 men and 11 women.
You can find out more about our crews from our bumps programs.
Update: Check out this Interactive Bumps chart
and this review of our progress in the John Jenner Trophy
Follow our progress through the week using the table below:

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