Cambridge University Combined Boat Clubs is the umbrella organisation for student rowing at the University of Cambridge, consisting of the University and College Boat Clubs.

As well as organising the Lent and May Bumps, CUCBC also regulates student clubs' use of the River Cam.

Lent Bumps 2012 Division Times

The schedule of the Lent Bumps 2012 has been altered, as agreed at the Michaelmas 2011 Captains' Meeting, to accommodate those crews wishing to race in the Women's Head of the River Race on Saturday 3rd March. All women's divisions will race every day Tuesday to Friday and will not race on Saturday. Men's divisions will race Tuesday to Saturday with one day off as normal.

University Fours 2011

The University Fours 2011 took place Monday 24th - Friday 28th October 2011.

Congratulations to the winning crews:

Men's Coxless Fours Lady Margaret M1
Men's Coxed Fours, Division 1 Queens' M1 & Caius M1 (dead heat)
Men's Coxed Fours, Division 2 Downing M2
Women's Coxed Fours, Division 1 Downing W1
Women's Coxed Fours, Division 2 St. Catharine's

CUCBC Committee 2011-12

We are pleased to announce that the CUCBC Executive Committee 2011-12 will be

Chair Dr Holly Hedgeland
Senior Treasurer Chris Balmer
CUCBC Honorary Secretary Dan Wilkins
Jesus
CUBC Honorary Secretary Dominic Silk
Hughes Hall
CUWBC Honorary Secretary Fran Knight
Christ's
CULRC Honorary Secretary Mark Varley
Queens'
Coxing Representative Mat Bryan
Peterhouse
Junior Treasurer Tom Grimble
Robinson
Webmaster Dan Wilkins

 

Michell Cup 2010-11

The Michell Cup 2010-11 was won by Newnham College Boat Club.

May Bumps 2011

The May Bumps 2011 took place Wednesday 15th - Saturday 18th June.

Thanks to all for a good week's racing and congratulations to the headship crews, Caius (men) and Downing (women). See you next year!

May Bumps 2011 – Final Results Men Women

» May Bumps
» Division Times
» Information for Spectators

CUCBC Committee Positions 2011-12

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.

  • CUCBC Honorary Secretary
  • Coxes' Representative
  • Junior Treasurer
  • Events Secretary

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 races) tend to be shared between committee members who will work together throughout the year.

If you wish to run for one of the above positions, please send a brief manifesto outlining your experience and what you will bring to the position to Dan Wilkins (dan [at] cucbc.org), CUCBC Honorary Secretary, by Wednesday 8th June.

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