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Captains’ Welcome

We are absolutely delighted to be able to welcome you to Christ College Boat Club’s new website, having taken on Captaincy this year. This is a very exciting time to be a member of CCBC, and we are going to be lucky enough to preside over the move to our new and much improved boat house in November. While our temporary residence in the porta cabin has not been unenjoyable, we are all greatly looking forward to having the extra space, which will allow us to spend time at and socialise in the boathouse more easily.

Last year was a very successful one for Christ’s, and we are looking to emulate the performance of the first boats in Bumps, after M1 achieved blades and W1 a result of +3, as well as continue the development of talent throughout the club. The Lower Boats Captains are ready to begin coaching the novices, and we are all looking forward to seeing the next generation of rowers at Christ’s begin to progress. If you are new to the College and looking for an activity that will make you friends across all years and provide you with some of the most memorable experiences of your life, both in and out of the boat, then come and give rowing a try.

Caitlin Hogan-Lloyd – Captain of Boats and Women’s Captain

Anton Nilsson – Men’s Captain

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Latest news

M2 finishing 2nd in Pembroke regatta

M2 has performed incredibly well this term. They managed to secure 2nd place in Pembroke regatta after having won Newnham Short Course a couple of weeks ago.  

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2018 France Training Camp

CCBC has spent a week rowing on lac d’aiguebelette in southern France. This year we had a great turnout with 28 members from the club joining us. It has been a week of good weather, good laughs, erg tests and many many hours on the water. Difficult to imagine a better start to lent term.

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Captains' Summary Michaelmas Term

This term has been a very promising one for the club, with both W1, M1 and M2 building solid crews essentially from scratch, and producing decent results. The novices have performed very well and have shown exceptional promise, with some great race performances. CCBC is looking strong and has widened its base of members this year considerably, and all crews are looking forward to an exciting Lents in the new boathouse.

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