CCRC has an active junior squad for rowers aged between 12 and 18, with around 40 members. The club aims to introduce rowing to young people and to help them to enjoy and progress in the sport. We have two sides to the junior squad: a racing squad and a recreational squad. Juniors are matched to one of these groups depending on their own ambitions and level of commitment. Some juniors will compete in local and regional regattas and races against other junior rowers from other clubs. Where juniors progress in their training and rowing ability, there is the option, too, to aim to race at national level races.

Junior Taster Day

The next Junior Rowing Taster Day will be Friday 17th February 2017 10am–4pm — for ages approximately 12–16.

£25 is payable on the day.

Please sign up here: https://goo.gl/forms/lE9WJRC0vPtLLs0G2

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City of Cambridge Rowing Club Big Weekend

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Entries are now open for this year's Big Weekend events.  

Check out the Spring Head to Head and City Sprints event pages for more information.

Planning permission for new boathouse granted!

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Artist's impression by Rachel Kelly

City of Cambridge Rowing Club is delighted to announce that the council has granted us planning permission for the new boathouse. This is an extremely big step in the project and we thank everyone involved for their continued support.

The new boathouse, designed by Whitworth Chartered Architects & Building Surveyors, will be 10.24m wide and a maximum of 27m in length, and be built with concrete blocks and steel cladding.

It will also include openings on the ground floor for water to enter and exit the building in the case of flooding.

Read the Cambridge News article

Bonfire Night Social

Bonfire Night Social — Saturday 5 November

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Former City a Juniors Anna Smart and Alice McWilliam win gold at EUG2016

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Former City a Juniors Anna Smart and Alice McWilliam win gold at EUG2016. Anna won gold in the women's LWt quad with Reading university and Alice coxed the Brookes W8+ to gold. Well done girls!

City rowers make GB EUSA team

Anna Smart and Alice McWilliam have both been selected to represent Great Britain at the European Universities Games in Zagreb on 12 - 14 July. Both girls started rowing with City of Cambridge under the junior rowing program.

Anna has been competiting for Reading University thoughout the year with a Gold Medal at BUCS head race in Nottingham earlier this year and also Silver in the Women's Lightweight Quads at BUCS regatta.

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Alice, studying at Oxford Brookes University and has had a strong season in the coxing seat winning Gold at BUCS regatta and also getting Bronze at the Holland Beker International regatta earlier this month.

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They will be competiting in the Women's Lwt Quads and Women's Eights, good luck girls!!!

Images coutesy of British rowing and Al Craigie Photography

Annual Dinner, Rowing, Runing and Cycling

City of Cambridge Annual Dinner, 10th October 8pm
This is always an awesome night and not to be missed, tickets are on sale and run out fast, follow the link to get to get your tickets - https://regonline.activeeurope.com/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventID=1753360

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Congratulations to Sabrina and Kathryn who succesfully won their category in the Great Ouze marathon on Sunday. They not only won W Novice 2x, but set a new course record for their category in 1 hour 44 minutes 30 seconds, they finished 44th overall and were the 11th fastest women's crew: full results are available here:
http://www.elyrowingclub.org.uk/index.php/races/great-ouse-marathon

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Secondly the mighty Pair of Ben Redman and Barney Price are off to the FISA World Masters regatta in Hazewinkel, Belgium this weekend along with Jess Upton is also competiting, coxing a  City-Rob Roy Composite 8+  Good luck and bring home some metal!

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Finally, Guy Clack is running in the Great North Run this weekend up in Newcastle. Not only that he, and his mate Richard are cycling the 240 odd miles up there before running it! They are rasing money for the Sue Ryder charity and their just giving page can be found here.. go on be generous: https://www.justgiving.com/Richard-Harben/

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