History 1995-2000

1995-96 Despite a poor performance in the Mays and Henley, this year could not be described as a bad one for CBC. The blade-winning Lents VIII finishing second and the Fairbairn VIII, minus two of the club’s best oarsmen, coming second also must record this as a good year with some excellent results in other […]

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History 1990-1995

1990-91 As last year, the rowing season has seen mixed fortunes enjoyed by the crews of Caius Boat Club. The start of the year was greeted with optimism by both the men’s and ladies’ captains. The men had two promising schoolboy oarsmen coming up, while the ladies were to have a trial for the Fairbairn […]

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History 1985-1990

1985-86 Captain S.A. Kirkpatrick Honorary Secretary G.C.R. Budden Vice Captain R.M. Payn Captain of Lower Boats A.G. Strowbridge Ladies Captain Delia Bethell At the beginning of a year that saw continued outstanding and often unprecedented success for the Boat Club, the returning members were under no illusion as to the possibilities for the future and […]

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History 1980-1985

1979-80Β  Captain: A.N. Williams Secretary: W. J. Robinson Vice Captain: I.I. Nissenbaum This last year the College Boat Club seems to have been more a conglomeration of individuals than a coherent body. This was reflected not only by certain in-fighting, but also by success in sculling competitions. The VIIIs throughout year had mixed results, on […]

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History 1975-1980

1975-76 Captain: P.C. English Hon. Secretary: W.S.H. Laidlaw Hon. Vice Captain: O.H.C. Stobbs The Boat Club in 1975-6 had another extremely successful year, proving there to be a genuine sustained revival in Caius rowing with several outstanding performances by individual crews. This year the Boat Club entered two Clinker IVs and despite rigorous training the […]

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History 1970-1975

Officers for 1970-1 Captain M. J. Adams Secretary C. F. Prime 1970-1 1971-2 1972-3 Captain J. T. Pinfold Secretary D. D. Clark-Lowes The Club concentrated its efforts on the Cambridge events this year and took apart in fewer external events such as those at Reading and Marlow. It was particularly satisfying therefore that the First […]

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History 1965-1970

Officers for 1965-6 Captain J. E. J. Goad Secretary D. P. Burgess Second Boat Captain J. D. K. Hurford There was a marked increase in enthusiasm by members of the boat club during the course of the year and this has resulted in more activity and better results. In the Fairbairn Cup held during the […]

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History 1960-1965

Lents 1960 The beginning of the Lent Term showed a further reduction in the number of people rowing, but the First Eight progressed well under J. R. Black (Emmanuel), H. Jackson, R. Price (Westcott House), and O. S. Tubbs, and remained 13th after going up one and down one (bumped Peterhouse on Grassy, rowed over […]

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History 1955-1960

Lents 1955 The hopes that we had as a result of the Fairbairns were rather disappointed in the Lents; the First Boat appeared moderately well together in training, but just lacked the speed to get very far in the races themselves. They went down each night and ended in 15th place (bumped by Kings’ on […]

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