M1 chasing Rob Roy in the Bumps - Photo by David Ponting

Ben Redman & Barney Price at the FISA World Masters Regatta

Henley Women's Regatta Club finalists

W1 finishing 26th at Women’s Eights Head of the River Race 

Metropolitan Regatta WIM3 winners

Henley Royal Regatta

W1 winning Headship in Cambridge Town Bumps

Second at Fours Head - Photo by Al Cragie

Pairs Head Winners 2018

Architects perception of new CCRC Boathouse

City of Cambridge is the oldest town rowing club on the Cam. We take pride in our heritage, bringing people together through competition and friendship.
 
We have one of the largest clubs in the region with a range of squads for all levels. Whether you want to learn to row, meet friends for a paddle or compete at national regattas, City has a place for you.

Head of the River 2015

City of Cambridge Men's squad came home strong on the Tideway on Sunday 29th March
City's 1st boat finished in 86th and the 2nd boat came home in 198th. Full results here
This Head season CCRC have shown to be one of the fastest clubs in Cambridge, if you would like more information on joining then get in contact with the Men's or Women's capatains.

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The City Session

Wine tasting - Friday 10 April, 8-10pm

  • Try 15 wines from around the world.
  • Held at City of Cambridge boathouse.
  • Win prizes and eat cheese.
  • £20 per person.
  • Reserve your place online.

Watch The Boat Race and Eat Cake - Saturday 11 April

  • Enter your baking goods to the City Bake off!
  • Watch the boat races whilst tasting the cake. The first Women's race starts at 4.50pm and Men's race at 5.50pm.
  • Held at City of Cambridge Boat House.

Post Eight's Head Party - Saturday 11 April

  • Starts at City of Cambridge Boat House from 8pm.
  • Celebrate the end of another successful season.

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