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World Cup 1 – 2024

The first World Cup in Varese saw the start of the international racing season for ULBC alumni Emily Craig, Henry Fieldman, and Natalie Long. After dominating their heat by 7s, the GB lightweight double continued their unbeaten run in true style. Their final was equally impressive – Emily & Imogen (CUBC) won by over 6s…

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GB Winter Trials

After a cut back November trial which only saw Olympic triallists racing, the first U23 trial of the year took place in Boston in February. Jessie Martin (paired with ICBC’s Lizzie Witt) finished 2nd overall, placing Jessie as fastest U23 bowsider. Ed Dallas (along with Freddie Middleton from TRC) & Jacob Ioras also raced, placing…

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Winter Heads & Fixtures

Most winter racing was cancelled because of the huge streams caused by the record winter rain. The squad finally managed to race at the Hammersmith Head. The Women’s first eight won, 3s ahead of Molesey; the Men’s first eight came third, the women’s second in 5th, men’s second 10th, and women’s third as 6th in…

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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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