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.

Junior girls selected for Team East!

junior boys at national juniors head

The J16 boys, J16 girls and J15 girls headed to Dorney Lake (the Olympic venue) for the Scullery National Junior Sculling Head, one of the main junior races of the calendar.  With less than ideal conditions (very cold, very wet), the juniors raced against other schools and clubs from across the country over either 3.6km (J15) or 5.4km (J16).

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City of Cambridge Rowing Club 150th Anniversary Celebrations

On the 20th April 2013 we are running a sprint regatta (for present and past members of City) followed by black tie dinner at St John's College.

We hope this event will be a fantastic opportunity for old friends to meet up, have a laugh (and possibly win a pot!) in a 350m sprint followed by a drinks reception & black tie dinner.

It will also be an opportunity for the club to gather some historical data to create a 150th Anniversary book to commemorate the occasion. For details of the programme and to book your place please visit: http://regonline.activeeurope.com/cityofcambridgerowingclub150thanniversary.

New taster day for juniors

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Rowing Taster Day


Inspired by the Olympics? Interested in trying a new sport? Enjoy spending time outdoors?
City of Cambridge Rowing Club runs taster days for ‘junior rowers’: those in Years 7 upwards (aged 11 to 18).

The next junior taster day will run from 11am - 4pm on Sunday24 March and will include:

 

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Welsh Gold for Barney

City keep up their tradition of medals at the Concept 2 Welsh Indoor rowing champions with a Gold for Barney Price in Open Lightweight men and Adam Scrivner picked up a Bronze in Mens Heavyweight 30-39

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Kate and Sarah Pairs Head 2012

Sarah Airey and Kate Hurst have won IM2 coxless pairs at the Pairs Head! After a short partnership of just six weeks, Kate and Sarah started the 4km race in second place over taking the leading boat early on and winning IM2 pairs by over 13 seconds.

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