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Congratulations to W1 who had an amazing bumps gaining headship for the first time in club's history.
We are delighted to announce that due to the generosity of our alumni, supporters and particularly Dr Yusuf Hamied, we have reached the fundraising target for Phase One of the boathouse redevelopment. We are now in discussions with the architects and the construction team in order to go out to tender and begin the construction timeline. Following the advice from these early conversations we are now pushing forward with raising the funds for Phase Two, in order to combine the construction of both Phases together.
|Crew||Day 1||Day 2||Day 3||Day 4||Overall|
|M1||Bumped by FaT M1||Bumped by Peterhouse M1||Bumped by Peterhouse M1||Bumped by Robinson M1||-4|
|W1||Bumped Downing W1||Bumped FaT W1||Bumped Emmanuel W1||Rowed over||3|
|M2||Bumped St. Edmund's M1||Rowed over||Rowed over||Bumped by Pembroke M2||0|
|W2||Bumped by Lucy Cav / Hughes Hall W1||Bumped by Sidney Sussex W1||Bumped by Emmanuel W2||Bumped by Jesus W2||-4|
Do you dream of racing once more on the River Cam, in a Christ’s College Boat?
Well, here’s your chance.
Christ's show that they're just as good off the Cam as on it
Wintery conditions led to an exciting second race of term.
Lent term's first race gives opportunities for novices to join the senior boats.
At the Blades Regatta in September 2014, alumni of Christ’s College Boat Club were privileged to be entertained by GB International, Blue Boat and CCBC Cox, Peter Hobson (m1985).
Crustaceans M3, comprising Blades from m1985 to m1964, finished in 18:17.3, beating Jesus III and Sidney Sussex II in excellent style. Crustaceans M2 (m1978) 16:42, beat Christ's M2 and M3 and finished 46th out of 62 crews.