CUBC remembers its World War One Casualties

On the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice which ended the First World War, CUBC wishes to recognise its members who served, and in particular its 21 members who made the supreme sacrifice. These members are remembered on the Memorial in the Goldie Captains’ Room: C.F. Burnand, Downside & Trinity College (1911), 2nd Lieutenant, Grenadier Guards, March 13, 1915. J.S. Carter, Eton & King’s College (1903), Captain, Grenadier Guards, September 27, 1918. O.A. Carver, Charterhouse & Trinity College (1908), Captain, Royal Engineers, June 17, 1915. W.H. Chapman,...
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CUBC 2nd in coxed four at Fours Head, wins coxless four

Although disappointed that CUBC did not retain its Academic Championship Coxed 4 title, the Club’s Chief Coach Rob Baker was nonetheless positive about CUBC’s results at this weekend’s Fuller’s Fours Head. “I am pleased we were able to add to our performances from the British Championships two weeks ago at the Fours Head on Saturday. To win the academic coxless event with our 5th ranked Four was a credit to the guys and shows how well they are pushing up in our squad. We showed strong strength in depth to get 2nd, 3rd and 4th in the coxed event. Our top Four had an eventful race of which we...
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CUBC announces its crews for Fuller’s Fours Head

Looking to build on its performance at the recent British Rowing Senior Championships, CUBC is pleased to announce its crews for tomorrow’s Fuller’s Fours Head. Entering 4 boats in the Academic Championship Coxed Four division, and hoping to retain the overall Coxed Four title which it has won for the last three years, CUBC’s Senior Championship-winning boat stroked by Freddie Davidson remains unchanged, whilst Goldie B is bolstered by the return Australian Senior International representative Sam Hookway. To the four boats which raced at Senior Championships, CUBC adds a...
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Interview with CUBC’s 2019 President Dara Alizadeh

Last week, our President was interviewed by Mark Taylor of the Cambridge Independent. Read what he has to say here on finding himself at Cambridge, working with the squad and Chief Coach Rob Baker and the development of the 2019 squad’s culture.
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CUBC congratulates its National Championship winning 4-

CUBC’s results from this weekend’s British Rowing Senior Championships represent a positive performance at this milestone event as the squad works towards the 2019 Boat Race on April 7th 2019, says Chief Coach Rob Baker. Baker added, “to get out and race top level competition is a key part of our preparation for the Boat Race, and I’m happy that the squad acquitted themselves well this weekend. We have only just started our Boat Race journey and the major work and developments will be done in the hard yards over the next 5 months”. The headline result was the...
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A majestic history

Cambridge challenged Oxford to the first boat race in 1829. First raced at Henley-on-Thames, with the exception of war time years, it has been raced annually on the London tideway since 1856. Our commitment to developing technical skill, excellent fitness, and high morale are a testament to the club’s 187-year old goal to beat Oxford. Cambridge currently lead Oxford with 82 to 79 wins.

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Become a part of the Cambridge University Boat Club's future

Studying at Cambridge provides the opportunity to combine the academic programme of a world class university with rowing at the highest level. The history of our university and The Boat Race are both second to none. If you think this extraordinary experience could be for you, then we would love to hear from you! Why not find out more about rowing and studying at Cambridge?

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