About the Club

The Club's Boats

Amartya Sen

Maker: unknown
Made in: 2003
Bought in: 2003

A new coxless pair, also to be used as a double scull. It was bought as a matched pair to Hambleden to enable crews to race each other in a regatta format. It is named after the Master of Trinity at the time of purchase. The official naming ceremony is expected to take place in the summer of 2004.

[Complete list of boats]

Full results record

2003 - 2004

Cambridge Head-2-Head (Men's Novice 2x): 22:07   Won as only entrant! (Ingram/Lea-Cox)

2005 - 2006

Cambridge Small Boats Head (S4 2-): 12:13   3rd of 4 coxless pairs (Shepherd/Cunha)
Cambridge Small Boats Head (S4 2-): 12:36   4th of 4 coxless pairs (Horler/Scott)
Cambridge Small Boats Head (S4 2-): 11:57   Winners of S4 2-, 2nd of 4 coxless pairs (Coker/Jane)
Pairs Head (S3 2-): 14:30   11th of 23 in S3 2- (Coxless pairs, Coker / Jane)
Magdalene Silver Pairs: Dead heat with Christ's in the semi finals (Coxless pairs, Coker and Jane)
Foster Fairbairn Pairs (Men's 2-): Raced 3 rounds: Lost to Darby/Davis (Christ's) by 17s in the final (Garrod/Shepherd)
City Sprints (College 2-): Beat Corpus in the final (Coxless pairs, The Chuckle Brothers)

2006 - 2007

Cambridge Small Boats Head (S4 2-): 11:48   6th of 17 men's coxless pairs, 1st of 3 in Senior 4 (Jane/Coker)
Pairs Head (S3 2-): 14:36.1   218th, 71st of 93 men's coxless pairs, 13 of 19 in Senior 3 (Coker/Jane)
Foster Fairbairn Pairs (Men's 2-): beat Chapman/McCool (Trinity Hall) by 3s in spite of everything in the semi finals and beat Rutterford/Atman (Emma) by 10s in the final (Garrod/Jane)
Foster Fairbairn Pairs (Women's 2-): beat Lucas/McNiece (Kings) easily in the semi finals and beat Hughes/Sawyer (Downing) easily in the final (Ralston/Rawlins)
Magdalene Silver Pairs (Men's 2-): lost to Hopper (Peterhouse)/O'Connor (LMBC) by 6s in the semi finals (Garrod/Jane)
Magdalene Silver Pairs (Women's 2-): Won by "something like a second". in the final (Thompson/Weaver)

2007 - 2008

2nd Trinity Challenge Sculls (Men's doubles): 11:08   1st (King's Chester)
Magdalene Silver Pairs (Men's 2-): Lost to Hopper/O'Connor by 13s in the quarter finals (Coxless pairs, "Immense" pair)
Lowe Double Sculls (Men's 2x): Lost to Morris/Hopper by 2 seconds in the semi finals (Double sculls)
Peterborough Summer Sprint (Senior2 2-): Lost by 2s in the heats (Spontaneous pair/The lungers)

2008 - 2009

Cambridge Small Boats Head (S2 2-): 11:40   13th of 147 overall (Coxless pairs)
Cambridge Head-2-Head (S2 2-): 16:42   No opposition (Coxless pairs, RGS spare pair)
2nd Trinity Challenge Sculls (Men's pairs): 10:45   4th of 6 (Coxless pairs)
Foster Fairbairn Pairs (Men's 2-): Raced 3 rounds: Lost, by 13 small seconds in the final (Little and Large)
Foster Fairbairn Pairs (Men's 2-): Lost by 5s in the quarter finals (Wood/Main/Garcia)
Lowe Double Sculls (Men's 2x): Lost to Tran-Viet/Morris (Jesus) by 2s in the semi finals (Double sculls)

2009 - 2010

Foster Fairbairn Pairs (Men's 2-): Lost to Catz (Moss-Grimwood) by 48 sec in the 1st round (Coxless pairs)
Foster Fairbairn Pairs (Men's 2-): Lost by 6s in the quarter finals (Coxless pairs, Griffiths-Ford)
Lowe Double Sculls (Men's 2x): Beat Gruessing/Tran-Viet (scratched) in the semi finals and Beat O'Brien/McEachern by 11s in the final (Coker/Pitt-Ford)

2011 - 2012

Foster Fairbairn Pairs (Men's 2-): Beat Harris-Wilkes (Peterhouse) by 13s in the quarter finals and Lost to Whetnall/McPhail(sic) by "1 length" on the rerow in the semi finals (Little and Large)
Peterborough Summer Regatta (IM2 2-): Won by a length? in the heats and Lost by 1.5 lengths? in the final (Welsh pair, Welsh Pair)
Peterborough Summer Sprint (IM2 2-): Won by 3.6s in the final (Coxless pairs, Welsh Pair)

2012 - 2013

Peterborough Sprint Regatta (IM2 2-): Qualified in the heats and Last by a couple of lengths in the final (Little and Large)
Peterborough Sprint Regatta (IM3 2-): 3rd by a couple of lengths in the heats (Coxless pairs)

2015 - 2016

Head of the Cam (WIM2 2-): 12:15   Winners of WIM2 2- (and fastest women's pair) (Coxless pairs)

Number of events: 33
Total number of races: 41


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