Some thirty members of the City of Cambridge Rowing Club have returned after a highly successful training camp at Chester. With training across four days and involving members of the senior and intermediate squads, the club was able to hone it’s skills in preparation for the regatta season.

Sessions ranged from work in small boats, to battle paddling in coxless fours to some eights outings. The squad also found time to escape from Chester’s “escape rooms”!

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