As well as organising the Lent and May Bumps, CUCBC also regulates student clubs' use of the River Cam.
|Small Boats Regatta|
|CUBC||British Rowing||Cam Conservancy|
|CUWBC||Boat Race||Weather Forecast|
|CULRC||Henley Boat Races|
Thank you to all crews for a good week's racing and particular congratulations to Lady Margaret for winning the Men's Headship and Downing who retained the Women's Headship.
|May Bumps 2016 - Final Results||Men||Women|
Weekend Rowing: Allowed on both days. Only first eights boating between 11.00am and 11.15am. Any crew allowed after 11.15am. All novice crews must be accompanied by a bank party, and novice crews must have an experienced cox for their first outing.
Evening Hours are in effect weekdays during Easter Full Term for upper boats only. Please see the Evening Rowing information.
Details of forthcoming closures of the river to CUCBC crews are shown below. All are for the river downstream of Chesterton unless stated otherwise.
|Sat 25th June||09:00 - 13:00||Fishing Match - Baitsbite Lock - stay above Ditton|
|Sun 3rd July||09:00 - 15:00||Fishing Match - Baitsbite Lock - stay above Ditton|
|Thurs 7th July||19:00 - 21:30||CRA Time Race|
|Tues 19th - Fri 22nd July||All Day||CRA Bumps Races|
As the swans on the Cam have begun nesting, a reminder of the Wildlife guidance from the Cambridge River Users Group (also found in our Guidance for Coxes and Coaches).
Currently, the known nests are on the non-towpath side of Ditton Corner by the boat shed, on the non-towpath side of First Post Corner, and in a similar location to last year near Horningsea, downstream of Baitsbite Lock.
The Small Boats Regatta 2016 will took place on Tuesday 19th April. Our thanks to all those who took part and congratulations to the winners.
|Delafield Championship Sculls||Caius (Casley)|
|Fairbairn Junior Sculls||Emmanuel (Harris)|
|Foster-Fairbairn Pairs (Men)||First and Third (Griffiths-Edgeley)|
|Lowe Double Sculls (Mixed)||Clare (Rademacher-Habjan)|
|Lowe Double Sculls (Women)||First and Third (Grand-Edwards)|
|Maiden Sculls||Darwin (Raisen)|
|Peter Brandt Sculls||King's (Jones)|
Thank you to all crews for a good week's racing. Congratulations to Jesus for winning the Women's Headship and to Caius for retaining the Men's Headship!
|Lent Bumps 2016 - Final Results||Men||Women|
The University Safety Office has asked CUCBC to pass on some information regarding Leptospirosis. Leptospirosis is a bacterial infection which can cause mild flu like symptoms, but in rare cases can develop into Weil's Disease, which can be life threatening.
Rowers and Coxes are at risk of contracting Leptospirosis from the River Cam, especially if river water gets in contact with cuts or is ingested. Rowers are advised to use waterproof dressings on cuts wherever possible, avoid swallowing any river water and to use water bottles with sealable lids (to avoid water in the bottom of the boat coming into contact with the lip/opening of the bottle).
If you think you may have contracted Leptospirosis, or want to find more information, the NHS website has more.
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