The members of the University of Cambridge Boat Clubs (CUBC, CUWBC and CULRC) have voted overwhelmingly to form a single high performance rowing club.
CUBC Alumnus Tom Ransley MBE today announced his retirement from competitive rowing.
Today we acknowledge the athletes who were selected to represent Cambridge University Boat Club but did not get the chance to race.
CUBC is sad to advise that, following direct government directives and measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the 2020 Boat Race has been cancelled.
Looking back on the last month’s training, there has been a clear theme of development in the squad. We have been challenged in many ways.
The Tideway fixtures for the 2020 Boat Race campaign kicked off on Saturday 1st February
CUBC’s Banyoles camp has become a fixture of the season for good reason.
CUBC has named the two crews that will race in their Trials Eights races at 15:45 today.
CUBC will field six crews in this year’s Head of the River Fours which takes place over the Championship Course in reverse (Mortlake to Putney) on Saturday 23 November.
This evening, CUBC President Freddie Davidson formally accepted the challenge from Oxford University Boat Club’s President, Augustin Wambersie, to an eight oared race next Spring.