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.

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.

Small Boats Regatta 2011

The Small Boats Regatta 2011 took place Monday 25th - Wednesday 27th April.

The winners of each event are listed below and full results are available here.

Bushe-Fox Freshman’s Sculls Girton (Blackwell)
Delafield Championship Sculls Downing (Polgreen)
Fairbairn Junior Sculls (Men) Fitzwilliam (Marron)
Fairbairn Junior Sculls (Women) First and Third (Robson)
Foster-Fairbairn Pairs (Men) Jesus (Hardy-Tran-Viet)
Foster-Fairbairn Pairs (Women) Dead heat between Jesus (Hall-McRae) and Jesus (Laurenson-Smith)
Lowe Double Sculls (Men) Caius (Walker-Thorp)
Lowe Double Sculls (Women) Pembroke/Peterhouse (Allen-Railton)
Lowe Double Sculls (Mixed) Fitzwilliam (Fell-Foxwell)
Magdalene Silver Pairs Caius/Queens' (Mildon-Carson)
Maiden Sculls Newnham (Ball)
Peter Brandt Sculls Emmanuel (Kenyon)

The Colquhoun Sculls were won by Chris Kerr (St. Catharine’s).

Those who have not yet been awarded medals may collect them before the Captains’ Meeting at 5pm this Sunday 1st May in the Umney Lounge, Robinson College.

Congratulations to the winning crews and thank you to all competitors for a good few days' racing.

Boat Race Results

The Boat Race 2011 took place on Saturday 26th March.

Oxford vs. Cambridge Oxford win
Goldie vs. Isis Isis win

The Henley Boat Races 2011 took place on Sunday 27th March.

CUWBC vs. OUWBC OUWBC win
Blondie vs. Osiris Blondie win
CUWBC Lightweights vs. OUWBC Lightweights CUWBC Lightweights win
CULRC vs. OULRC OULRC win

Intercollegiate races took place at the Henley Boat races between the head crews of the Lent Bumps and the Torpids.

Men Caius (Cambridge) vs. Christ Church (Oxford) Caius win
Women Pembroke (Cambridge) vs. Magdalen (Oxford) Pembroke win

 

Lent Bumps 2011

The Lent Bumps 2011 took place Tuesday 1st - Saturday 5th March. Thanks to all crews for a good week's racing and congratulations to Caius and Downing for winning the Men's and Women's Headships respectively. See you in the Mays!

Lents 2011 – Final Results Men Women

» CUCBC Lent Bumps
» Division Times
» Spectators

Umpiring Lent Bumps

Thanks for your willingness to help with umpiring Lent Bumps 2017. The Lent Bumps 2017 will take place Tuesday 28th February to Saturday 4th March. Please fill out the questions below, indicating your availability.

Nearer the time you will be sent a rota based upon the times you have said you are free. There is also a free umpires dinner to thank you for your time.

We only ask that you have competed in bumps before (preferably twice), so that everyone helping knows what to expect.

If you have any problems, or need to change when you are listed as available, please email conor[at]cucbc.org. The division timetable is available here.

Early Morning Restrictions

From Monday 24th January until the end of the Lent Term, only first VIIIs will be permitted to boat each morning within the first 10 minutes after lighting down. All other crews may boat from 10 minutes after lighting down.

When warming up in the mornings (and any other times traffic density is high), please ensure you are rowing no less than half crew at half slide. Please keep moving on when it is safe to do so, so as not to cause a hold-up of traffic behind you. This will help congestion in the mornings and at busy times.

Rowers and coxes are reminded that there is to be no coaching from the bank and only essential coxing calls upstream of the Railway Bridge before 07:30. Inexperienced crews who are unable to make it to the Railway Bridge without coaching should not boat before 07:30.

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