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.

Win at Notts for Kate and Sarah

Kate Hurst and Sarah Airey continued their run of success this weekend picking up a win at Notts City regatta in WIM1 coxless pairs!
Rowing into a headwind the winning time was 8:43.1 with a winning margin of over 11 seconds.

City win Victor Ludorum at Ball Cup

City juniors winners at Ball Cup


The City juniors are celebrating after winning the Ball Cup South Regatta on Sunday. The juniors took to the waves at a windy Dorney Lake for the Ball Cup, a special and historic 750m, multi-lane regatta for small and emerging junior clubs.

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Kate and Sarah win elite at Wallingford

kate and sarah win at wallingford

Kate and Sarah receiving the Chamber of Trade Cup for winning Elite coxless pairs at Wallingford Regatta.

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Inter regional trial results

juniors at inter-regional trials
After winning the Eastern Region trials, the WJ16 quad of Izzie, Amy, Anna and Emma competed at the Junior Inter-Regional Regatta, held at the National Water Sports Centre in Nottingham. 

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Cheers!

nines-commemoration

Thanks to Keith Garrett, Captain of Cambridge '99 Rowing Club, who kindly presented City with a tribute to mark the 150th Anniversary of the club and town rowing yesterday.


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