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Cambridge, 31st May.  Cambridge University Women’s Boat Club (CUWBC) will be racing three crews at the Metropolitan Regatta on the second day of the regatta on Sunday, 2  June at Eton Dorney.   Coach Weber said: “The Met is one of oldest regattas and is now a...

  Seven Cambridge rowers were presented with Academic Excellent Awards at the Goldie Boathouse recently.  Pro-Vice-Chancellor Professor Graham Virgo presented awards to students from the 2017/18 Season who both rowed in a Boat Race crew and achieved outstanding academic results at the end of the year. These...

Several lucky CUWBC alumni recently had the chance to take part in an international rowing event in Morocco. The Moroccan Rowing Federation, in cooperation with the British Embassy, for the second year running, organised Masters Rowing 2019 in the country’s capital Rabat on the Bouregreg...

Five of the happy CUWBC family spent the Easter weekend in Shaoxing, China, taking part in the world famous 2019 intercollegiate regatta. The Chinese Rowing Federation managed to organise a fierce competition between elite student athlete crews from all over the world, including Harvard, Yale,...

Jess Godden, Lightweight Women’s Captain writes.. The CUWBC Lightweights had a great race in their Boat Race against Oxford on Henley Reach last Saturday. Both crews started very fast with the Cambridge ahead for the first part of the race. As both crews settled, Oxford...