The Club's Results

May Term 2010

Foster Fairbairn Pairs
Mon 19th - Wed 21st April
A 2000m knock-out regatta for coxless pairs as part of the Small Boats Regatta - raced in the 'chasing' format (boats starting 100 yards apart) from the posts before the motorway bridge to those by the pink house in the Reach.
The small boats races generally attract only a small number of entries - and by regularly entering crews we have had many successes in recent years.

Coxless pairs, Griffiths-Ford (Men's 2-): Lost by 6s in the quarter finals
Coxless pairs (Men's 2-): Lost to Catz (Moss-Grimwood) by 48 sec in the 1st round

Lowe Double Sculls
Mon 19th April
Held over the 2km course from Little Bridge to the posts downstream of the railway bridge. Part of the small boats regatta. Open to mens, womens and mixed crews.

Bauer/Robson (Women's 2x): Lost by 10s in the semi finals
Coker/Pitt-Ford (Men's 2x): Beat Gruessing/Tran-Viet (scratched) in the semi finals and Beat O'Brien/McEachern by 11s in the final
Ford/Bradbury (Mixed 2x): Beat Gray/Connell by 6s in the semi finals and Beat Coverdale-Hughes by 12s in the final

Maiden Sculls
Tue 20th - Wed 21st April
500m side by side race in singles for women who have not entered a sculling race before.

Colquhouns
Tue 20th April
2km sculling race run by LMBC open to anyone in the university.
The premier university sculling event.

TDC in his single scull (Open 1x): Beat Revell (Caius) by 3s in the quarter finals and Lost to Kerr (St Catharine's) by 18s in the semi finals

Magdalene Silver Pairs
Tue 20th - Wed 21st April
A 2000m knock-out regatta for coxless pairs in the chasing format.
The Magdalene Silver Pairs is the more prestigious of the two pairs events.

Coxless pairs (Women's 2-): Won by default in the final

Fairbairn Junior Sculls
Wed 21st April
A 2000m knock-out regatta in the 'chasing' format for single sculls

Ulrike (women's): beat McClean (Emmanuel) by 2s in the semi finals and Beat Gale (Newnham) easily in the final

Wallingford Regatta
Sun 2nd May
Prestigious multilane regatta over 2000m.
Now held at Dorney, a very popular event with crews from all round the country.

1st men's VIII (Intermediate 2 VIIIs): 2nd of 4 crews in the heats and DSQ in the final
The SuperFour (IM2 4+): Won by a lot in the heats and Beat Molesey's top four in the final
2nd men's IV (IM2 4+): 7th of 7 crews in the heats

Cambridge Head-2-Head
Sat 8th May
A timed headrace in two parts, length 2x2000m
Early Easter term race practice for many college crews.

City Sprints
Sun 9th May
Fun 400m regatta format sprint in front of the boathouses. Started from stakeboats just before Elizabeth way.
Half a pint of beer for each entrant. Who can say fairer than that?

UB in a single scull (Inv W Novice 1x): Won easily in the final

Champion of the Thames Eights Head
Sun 23rd May
A Head race for eights from the Plough Pub to the Penny Ferry.
A fun head race with prizes for best bumps start, best line round Ditton - as well as for finish position.

Cambridge 99's Regatta
Sun 30th May
A side by side knock out regatta along the reach over 1000m
A fun summer regatta for college VIIIs. Unfortunately not all that many crews are able to enter, though, because of exam pressures!

1st men's VIII (1st division): Beat Magdalene by 2/3 of a course length in the semi finals and Lost to Downing by 1/2 a boat length in the final
1st women's VIII (1st division): Lost to Murray Edwards in the final
5th men's VIII (1st division): Raced 4 rounds: Lost to Emma by 3 lengths in the plate final

Metropolitan Regatta
Sat 5th - Sun 6th June
Two day, 2000m multilane regatta held at Dorney Lake. Each day is self contained.

1st men's VIII (IM2 8+, Sunday): 1st in the heats and 2nd in the final
1st men's IV (IM1 4+, Sunday): 2nd in the heats and 4th in the final

May Bumps
Wed 9th - Sat 12th June
The famous Cambridge University May Bumps on the River Cam
The highlight of the college rowing calendar involving a total of over 1500 students - with 81 competitors from Trinity

Henley Women's Regatta
Fri 18th - Sun 20th June
A 1500m side by side knock out regatta on the Thames passing by the famous Temple Island and finishing near the centre of Henley.
A prestigious regatta with many international crews competing alongside the finest national clubs. College VIIIs this year had forty-three entries with many university crews, including Cambridge and American universities, racing alongside college eights from Oxford and Cambridge. The event often clashes with the last day of the Bumps and so Cambridge college crews are often unable to enter.

1st women's VIII (Intermediate Academic VIIIs): Qualified in the qualifying and Lost to Birmingham by 1 length in the 1st round

Marlow Regatta
Sat 19th - Sun 20th June
A knock out multilane regatta over 2000m on the Dorney rowing lake.
An important event for crews competing in Henley.

Henley IV+ (Senior): 2nd to Georgetown Univ USA by 4 seconds in the heats and 4th, 2 secs behind 3rd, who qualified for the final in the repêchage

FaT vs BPBC Cricket Challenge
Sun 20th June
The annual cricket match between First and Third and BPBC, staged at Old Field.
A 30-over challenge match between FaT and club old boys, Black Prince Boat Club.

Henley Royal Regatta
Wed 30th June - Sun 4th July
The premier regatta in the UK, founded in 1839, attended by top club, university and school crews from across the world.

Henley VIII (Temple Cup): 6th fastest non-qualifier in the qualifying
1st men's IV (Prince Albert Cup): Qualified in the qualifying and Lost to University of Bristol (1.5 lengths) in the 1st round


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