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|
The University Fours 2012 took place Monday 29th October - Friday 2nd November.
Congratulations to the winning crews:
|Men's Coxless Fours||Caius|
|Men's Coxed Fours, Division 1||King's M1|
|Men's Coxed Fours, Division 2||Queens' M2|
|Women's Coxed Fours, Division 1||LMBC W1|
|Women's Coxed Fours, Division 2||Downing W2|
The new Early Morning Marshals rota for this year is now available.
In accordance with Rule 34, the College clubs are required to provide marshals to enforce the early morning noise and traffic restrictions.
Marshals should arrive at their station promptly at lighting down and remain in position until 08:30. All of the equipment (bibs, clipboards, record sheets) can be found on top of the pigeon holes at the back of Goldie boathouse. Marshals should read the instructions on the website before arriving for duty.
Please check the rota very carefully for your club's slots. Clubs will be fined for failing to provide competent marshals.
If you have any queries about marshaling, or if marshals experience problems while on duty (lost equipment or unforeseen circumstances), please do not hesitate to contact the Executive Committee - firstname.lastname@example.org.
The May Bumps 2012 will took place Wednesday 13th to Saturday 16th June.
|May Bumps 2012 – Final Results||Men||Women|
Thank you to everyone involved for a good week’s racing and congratulations to the Caius and Downing for retaining the men’s and women’s Headships respectively and all crews who won their blades. See you next Lents!
Note: a number of items of lost property have been handed in, please get in touch if you wish to reclaim them.
With the May Bumps fast approaching and the academic year almost over, we are starting to think about appointing next year's CUCBC Executive Committee. There are four open positions, all of which are open to any member of the College boat clubs. Involvement with the CUCBC committee is fun and rewarding and a good way of giving something back to College rowing in Cambridge, so if you are enthusiastic about college rowing and would like to get involved on the organisational side, please do consider applying for a position.
While there are a number of defined jobs, responsibilities (particularly organising and umpiring the major races) tend to be shared between committee members who will work together throughout the year.
If you wish to run for any of these positions, please send a brief manifesto outlining your experience and what you will bring to the position to Dan Wilkins, CUCBC Honorary Secretary (dan at cucbc.org), by Sunday 3rd June. I also strongly recommend getting involved in umpiring this year’s May Bumps (details of which to follow shortly).
Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you would like to know more.
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