Announcements

Small Boats Regatta 2019

The draw and race timetable for SBR 2019 are now available here. Races will take place on Tuesday 23rd and Wednesday 24th April. The marshals' rota has been drawn up based on the number of entries from each club, and is available below. Please note that marshals need not be competitors themselves (although they can be), but it does help if they have some understanding of the regatta format. Marshals should meet at the Railway Bridge at the start of their shift. Clubs are welcome to swap marshalling slots amongst themselves - please email the committee if you do so. Clubs which fail to provide marshals risk having their entries disqualified, as we cannot run safe (or fair) racing without an adequate number of marshals.

Novice races will be run side-by-side along the reach. All other races will be run in the line astern "chasing" format, from the posts downstream of the A14 bridge to the posts downstream of the railway bridge. The Mixed Double Sculls and Women's Pairs have exactly 3 entries each, and so both of these events will be run as a straight 3-way final.

Wildlife Guidance

A reminder of the Wildlife guidance from the Cambridge River Users Group (also found in our Guidance for Coxes and Coaches). Crews should exercise extra caution and avoid stopping near to any nests. Known nest locations so far are:

  • The inside of Grassy Corner

(Updated 14th April 2019)

Early Morning Traffic Restrictions

As of Monday 12th November, each club will be permitted a maximum of two boats on the water at any one time between lighting down and 8:30am. This applies to IVs and VIIIs, but not to singles, doubles or tub pairs.

University IVs 2018

The University IVs 2018 will run from Monday 22nd October to Friday 26th October. Entries will open shortly after the captains' meeting, and will close on Friday 12th October. Entries must be made through college captains' CUCBC accounts, and further information will be disseminated through captains' CUCBC email addresses, so please ensure these are handed over from last year's captains where necessary. All competing crews will be expected to provide marshals to ensure the safe running of the regatta.

May Bumps 2018

The May Bumps 2018 took place from Wednesday 13th June to Saturday 16th June. The Getting-on Race took place on Friday 8th June, the results of which are available here.

May Bumps 2018 - Final Results Men Women

CUCBC Privacy Policy

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

Michaelmas Captains Meeting

The Michaelmas Captains Meeting was held on Sunday 8th October at 5pm in the Audit Room at King's College. The minutes have now been published.

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.

May Bumps 2017

The May Bumps 2017 took place from Wednesday 14th to Saturday 17th June. The Getting-On Race took place on Friday 9th June, the results of which can be found here.

Congratulations to Lady Margaret for retaining the Men's Headship and Jesus for winning the Women's Headship and thanks to all crews for a good week's racing!

May Bumps 2017 - Final Results Men Women

Small Boats Regatta 2017

The Small Boats Regatta 2017 took place between Monday 24th and Wednesday 26th April with the following competitions taking place:

  • Bushe-Fox Freshmen's Sculls (Men)
  • Delafield Championship Sculls (Women)
  • Fairbairn Junior Sculls (Men and Women)
  • Foster-Fairbairn Pairs (Men and Women)
  • Lowe Double Sculls (Men, Women and Mixed)
  • Magdalene Silver Pairs (Men and Women)
  • Maiden Sculls (Novice Women)
  • Peter Brandt Sculls (Novice Men)

Full results are now available here.

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