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.

Boat Naming and Memorial

On Sunday 21st Spetember City will be hosting an afternoon in honour of Cranch Lamble.

At 2pm his family will be officially naming the new Filippi 8+ after him followed by a row down to the Long Reach where his ashes will be scattered. 

CCRC would like to invite the enitre membership and their families to attend the event and any others that would like to pay their respects. After the boat naming and row the bar will be open for drinks in order to celebrate his life and commitment to City of Cambridge Rowing Club. Smart dress and club blazers are encouraged. 


12 wins at Champs Junior Sculling Head


The juniors picked up 12 category wins at the Champs Junior Sculling Head, finishing as the most successful club of the day for the second year in a row. There were dominant performances from the top boys and girls, and gutsy race wins from Camille in WJ15 1x and Ottilie and Ellen in the WJ14 2x. The race also featured first races from some of the younger juniors, with Bella, Alice and Mathieu trying singles for the first time, and Ellie and Floss racing well in a double.

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