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Coronavirus Update - 9th July 2020

British Rowing continue to update their advice on rowing in England. They have recently updated their detailed guidance to assist rowing clubs in planning their re-opening and this has been accompanied by a move to "Phase C" of their advice. This does not significantly change anything with regards to on-water activities, apart from allowing groups of singles to go out together.

Many CRA Rowing Clubs (Town Clubs) have now implemented plans to allow for limited access to the river, so there are more single scullers (or doubles / pairs if there are multiple people from the same household) on the river. Please note that they will be there in accordance with both Government and British Rowing advice, and should be maintaining social distancing at all times. Any college boatclubs wishing to put similar plans in place should refer to the advice sent to their CUCBC emails back in May before creating those plans, and must ensure they've been signed off by the relevant college authorities.

Coronavirus Update - 23rd May 2020

In light of updated Government Advice, British Rowing have begun to relax the restrictions on rowing in England. They have since published detailed guidance to assist rowing clubs in planning their re-opening (British Rowing are currently in "Phase B" of their advice).

College Boatclub Captains should read the advice sent to their CUCBC emails before creating any plans.

Some CRA Rowing Clubs (Town Clubs) have already implemented plans to allow for limited access to the river. As college boatclubs put plans in place (once they've been signed off by the relevant college authorities) and more of the town clubs implement their own plans, there may be more single scullers (or doubles / pairs if there are multiple people from the same household) on the river. Please note that they will be there in accordance with both Government and British Rowing advice, and should be maintaining social distancing at all times.

Lent Bumps 2020

The Lent Bumps 2020 took place from Tuesday 25 to Saturday 29 February. The Getting-On Race to qualify for the lower divisions took place on Friday 21 February.

Congratulations to Downing women and LMBC men for winning their respective headships!

Lent Bumps 2020 - Final Results Men Women

University Fours 2019

The University IVs ran from Monday 4th to Friday 8th November. Thank you to all of the clubs who entered and their marshals for ensuring the racing went ahead prompty and safely. The winners were:

  • Women's Coxed Four (First Division): Jesus W1
  • Men's Coxed Four (First Division): Lady Margaret M1
  • Women's Coxed Four (Second Division): Lady Margaret W2
  • Men's Coxed Four (Second Division): Lady Margaret M2

May Bumps 2019

The May Bumps 2019 took place from Wednesday 12th to Saturday 15th June. The Getting-On Race took place on Friday 7th June.

Thanks to all for a good week's racing and congratulations to Caius and Newnham for winning the Men's and Women's Headships, respectively. See you next year!

May Bumps 2019 - Final Results Men Women

Michell and Pegasus Cups 2019

The 2019 Michell Cup, awarded by CUCBC for the best overall performance during the year, was won by Caius.

The 2019 Pegasus Cup, awarded by Milton Brewery for the best overall performance in the May Bumps, was won by Clare Hall.

Our congratulations to both clubs!

Small Boats Regatta 2019

The final results for SBR 2019 are now available here. Thank you to everyone who competed or marshalled for helping to make the event such a success. Medals will be presented at 18:00 on Monday 6th May in the King's College Bar.

This year we had 50 entries from 20 different colleges, a signifcant increase on recent years. Any feedback on the new rule changes, or the event more generally, will be gratefully received - let us know if there is anything we could do better next year!

Michell and Pegasus Cups 2018

The 2018 Michell Cup for the best overall performance during the year's competitions, and the Pegasus Cup, for the best performance in the May Bumps were won by Wolfson. Congratulations!

CUCBC Privacy Policy

The CUCBC privacy policy has been updated in light of recent changes to legislation. The latest version can be found here.

University IVs 2017

The University IVs 2017 ran from Monday 23rd October to Friday 27th October. Entries closed on Friday 13th October. The Marshals Rota can be found here. Race Results have now been published - congratulations to Caius M1, Downing M2, Newnham W1, Downing W2, and Clare M1 for winning their respective divisions. Prizegiving will be held at 1800 on Monday 30th October in King's College Bar.

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