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President: Rachel Smith, Newnham (rjs88@cam.ac.uk) Vice President: Clare Philbrick, St. John's (chp27@cam.ac.uk) Lightweight Captain: Sarah Cochrane, Trinity (sjc66@cam.ac.uk) Honorary Secretary: Laura Sutcliffe, Clare (lfrs2@cam.ac.uk) Head Coaches: Roger Silk and Ron Needs ...

The Sponsor a Seat Campaign has raised £2837 for CUWBC as a whole. The Lightweights, working separately, raised over £6000 in sponsorship. This made a huge difference to the girls, for which we would like to thank all our sponsors....

On Saturday 19th October five of the CUWBC squad travelled to Boston for the first set of GB trials of the year. Nicola Gardener, Annie Vernon, Ruth de Las Casas, Mary Hood and Angela Laycock (as well as Ruth Harbitt, who was injured for trials)...

The Boat Race Brunch has now sold out, with around 130 people attending. Anyone who has ordered tickets will receive them in the post, hopefully by Monday March 3rd. If you have not been successful in your application, you will be telephoned! However, the Leander...

Blue Boat 2003: Bow: Rachel Smith, Newnham 2: Julia Parker, Emmanuel (Blue)3: Ruth de Las Casas, Peterhouse (Blue); President. 4: Annabel Vernon, Downing 5: Clare Philbrick, St Johns 6: Nicola Gardener, Magdalene (Blue) 7: Cassandra Chisolm, Jesus (Blondie colour); Captain. Stroke: Catherine Dovey, Girton Cox: Lizzie Gross, Corpus Christi (Blondie and Granta colours) Blondie...

Racing will be at the following times on Sunday 30th March: 1:30pm Granta 2:00pm Blondie 2:30pm Women's Lightweights 3:00pm Women's Blue Boat 3:30pm Men's Lightweights 4:00pm Prizegiving N.B. these times are half an hour later than those given in the CUWBC newsletter....

On Saturday 8th February Annie Vernon and Nicola Gardener travelled to Boston with their singles the third set of GB Trials. Pending crew selection left them little time to prepare, but both performed well. Vernon came 4th of the U23 scullers, in a time of...

On the 17th November the whole of the squad travelled down to Birmingham for the National Indoor Rowing Championships. The overall performance of the squad was pleasing, with a number of personal bests recorded, and some impressive individual times, notably Annie Vernon's 6.59.0 - which...

Results from IVs head were promising, with the heavyweight coxed IVs producing a win in WS3, and a second place in WS2. The quad finished fourth in a division of more than fifty, and the lightweight IV did well to come in fifth in the...