The 20th April 2013 marked the 150th anniversary of the formation of City of Cambridge Rowing Club, the oldest town club on the Cam. Thank you to everyone who made the occasion such a great success. Here's to a historic year to come, and many more to follow.

Win at Pairs Head!

City Duo Win Women's Doubles at Pairs Head

City recorded some great results at this years Pairs Head of the River Race on the Thames. Top of the pile were Sam and Sarah who won their IM2.2x category in a time of 13:12, a fantastic result for them both and for the club. Alan raced an IM3 2x composite with Matt Castle of Rob Roy and they finished 66th overall in 12.34 Stephen and Dave raced IM1 2x and finished 88th overall in a time of 12.48. Silvia and Ulrike raced W Lwt IM3 2x and came 6th in their category in 14.02.

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More Gold for Mighty

Mighty Ben Wins Gold for Wales

A bronze and a gold for Ben Redman in Ghent last weekend, he may have worn the Welsh kit but we know he was racing for City really!...

On Saturday it was the "International Belgian Championships", and on Sunday it was the "International Ghent May Regatta" (which is apparently the Belgian National championships). They're both held in Gent, which is a fantastic 5 lane course that finishes in Gent town, and has high banks and lots of trees/buildings around so it avoids the worst of side winds.

 

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Double Gold in Wales

Double gold for City duo at Welsh Indoor Rowing Champs

adam and ben 
Which way's the gun shop?

Congratulations to Adam Scrivner and Ben Redman who both returned from the Welsh Indoor Rowing Champs with gold medals. Full results linked to below, but take a moment to read their highly entertaining race reports...

http://concept2.co.uk/nationals/results?race_name=welsh

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M2 raise money for prostate cancer research

City M2’s charity fundraising in the bumps

The City M2 crew from the bumps would like to thank all of those who contributed to their collection for the Prostate Cancer charity as part of the Tideway Scullers’ School fundraising in memory of Andy Ripley.

The M2 crew wore the distinctive yellow TSS T-shirts together with tasteful/(less) pink visors on all four days topping it off with pink nail varnish on the Friday night. In total, after matched funding just short of £600 was raised.

Mighty haul of pots at Peterborough

Pot-tastic Peterborough

City returned with a nice trawl of pots from our latest visit to Peterborough.

Mighty Ben lived up to his moniker by winning in his single on Saturday, and then just for good measure winning on Sunday too. Some people are just greedy! 

Also racing was the men's IM3 8 who suffered a broken rigger (Dave's loose nuts) which put them out of the IM3 heats. The men's IM2 8 had a straight final at 7pm on Saturday but came off second best to a Lea 8 (too much time for tea and cake before the race no doubt).

 

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