Christ's M2 boat, training on the River Cam.College Rowing 

Christ's College Boat Club (CCBC) is based at the newly-renovated Christ's boathouse on Victoria Avenue. The Boat Club maintains five boat crews of eight rowers each - three men's crews (M1, M2, and M3) and two women's crews (W1 and W2).

Many of the current Christ's rowers had not rowed before starting university, and the Boat Club runs a novices training program each year for those starting the sport from scratch. The Club has a stall at the Christ's Freshers' Fair every year (picture below), and runs taster session for freshers as well as a barbeque in Freshers' Week.

"I started rowing in fresher’s week, as I found the Boat Club BBQ and taster rowing sessions really fun."

Elisavet, currently studying Natural Sciences at Christ's

University Rowing

Cambridge University Boat Club is based at the Gouldie Boathouse on the River Cam, and maintains both men's and women's squads. These squads compete for places in the first boats - men's and women's Blues - and may also row in the second boats, Goldie (men's) and Blondie (women's). 

CUBC compete in races throughout the year, culminating in the famous annual Boat Race on the River Thames in West London.

"I got involved in Freshers’ Week and throughout first term, when the boat club runs a novice rowing program for people who haven’t rowed before coming to university. This year I’ve rowed in the Men’s second boat (M2)."

Dave (Chemical Engineering)