Georgie Robinson Ranger

Henley Royal Regatta 2023

This year at Henley saw the UL men qualify 3 men’s eights in the Temple Challenge Cup for the first time, and the women racing in the Hambleden, Town, Princess Royal, and the Island. Supported by a sea of purple on the banks, ULBC athletes made the final in the Hambleden pairs, semi-final in the Town,…

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Henley Women’s Regatta 2023

On the 16-18th June, the ULBC women raced at Henley Women’s regatta. The women fielded two eights, a single, and two composite pairs this year, in the Championship 8+, 2- and 1x categories, and the Aspirational Academic 8+. Overall a successful weekend for the squad, the highlight being a win in Championship Pairs for final…

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BUCS Regatta 2023

BUCS regatta took place over the Bank holiday weekend, from the 29th April to the 1st of May. ULBC came home with 8 medals overall after an exciting and eventful weekend of racing. The women won gold in championship coxless fours, a silver in championship eights, a bronze in championship coxed fours, and a bronze…

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GB April Trials 2023

  For once not over Easter, over the 15th & 16th of April, 7 ULBC athletes travelled to Caversham for GB final trials. ULBC raced two women’s pairs; Emily Lindberg & Georgie Robinson Ranger as a senior/development crew, and an U23 pair of Phoebe Snowden and Jessie Martin. The pairs placed 8th and 12th (3rd…

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The Heads of the River Races

The Women’s and Men’s head of the river races happened in March, with strong results from both the men’s and women’s squads. WEHORR: The Women’s 8s Head of the River Race took part on the 4th of March ULBC boated three eights, with the third being a UL/Tyrian composite. WEHORR saw four of the first…

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Boat Race fixtures 2023

On the 5th of February, the ULBC squad raced CUBC on the Championship course for the first set of UL boat race fixtures since early 2020 Women: Having been in the crew for a day, the first eight lined up first. Cambridge took the lead out the start, taking a canvas lead through the black…

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