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The site has had a number of designs, celebrating the successes of the club's Lent and May Bumps Headship crews:

The Lents 2000 Head of the River site design

Men's Lent Bumps 2000

This design depicts the Men's Lent VIII of 2000 on the first of their two tense row-overs ahead of Caius. After a cold and windy first two days, the picture was taken on the calm and sunny Friday evening by the club's Senior Treasurer, Dr Nick Kingsbury.

The Women's Lents 2007 Head of the River site design

Women's Lent Bumps 2007

A spectacular rise of 13 places in 12 days racing culminated in the women's club claiming their first VIIIs Headship on Friday of the 2007 Lents. This site design shows them moving in, in dramatic fashion, to bump Caius for 2nd place. The picture was taken by club alumnus Martin Peck.

The Men's Lents 2007 Head of the River site design

Men's Lent Bumps 2007

This picture, by club member Sam Zhang, depicts the Men's Lent VIII rowing-over triumphantly ahead of their closest rivals, Jesus, on Saturday of the Lent Bumps. The men's club had chased the Headship for 14 consecutive row-overs in second place before the 2007 crew took down Caius convincingly on the first day.

The Women's Lents 2008 Head of the River site design

Women's Lent Bumps 2008

The Lents 2008 Women's boat became the first ever First and Third crew to retain a Lents Headship after they survived a perilous battle with Emmanuel all the way to the line on their fourth and final row-over. In this image, recorded by Phil Horler, Emmanuel are pictured closing ominously on our Headship crew at the start of the Reach.

The Men's Lents 2008 Head of the River site design

Men's Lent Bumps 2008

Forty minutes after the Women's successful defense of their first Lents Headship, the men's Lent VIII cruised across Top Finish to retain the men's title. This was the first time a Lents double Headship had been retained by any club. This site design is based on Martin Peck's picture of the Headship crews' victory paddle.

The Mays 2008 Head of the River site designs

Men's May Bumps 2008

In 2008 the club achieved its first May Bumps Headship for 35 years. Beating boats with substantially more CUBC and International power and experience, this was the culmination of over two years of hard training together for many of those in the crew. There are two designs celebrating this historic occasion - the first moments after the crew sealed the headship at Top Finish on Saturday night and the traditional boat burning celebration.

The Lents 2009 site design

Men's Lent Bumps 2009

The men's club dominance of the Cam continued and they defended the Lents headship comfortably for three days from new challengers, Downing. First and Third have now held the men's Lent title for three years. The picture used for the design was taken by Martin Peck on Thursday night.

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