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May Bumps, May Term 2014
re Julia & Fordy's 50th bumps race montage by Thomas - Mon 16th Jun 2014, 7:48pm
It is with a touch of sadness and many fond memories that this montage shows how many people you have rowed with during your time at First and Third. I am pleased to have been a fellow oarsman and later a friend to you both.
Thank you both for your commitment and dedication to helping the boat club flourish, both during the good times, and the being bumped times. There are just a few people from my time at Cambridge who I would concede love the club more than I do, and I'm pleased that you are two of those people.

May Bumps, May Term 2009
re Overbumping by Mark - Sat 9th Jun 2012, 8:49am
Oh man, I remember this epic. One of the greatest bumps in my time. I think that's me on the very right absolutely loving it!
Lent Bumps, Lent Term 2011
re Pushing Off by Peter - Wed 24th Aug 2011, 2:36am
For a moment I wondered if I really row with my hands this far apart, but then I zoomed in. To reassure RTT and others who've tried to cure my 'innovative' outside hand technique, I don't generally row like this; presumably I was doing something with a water bottle.
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Head of the River Race, May Term 2011
re Coming under Hammersmith by Swords - Tue 5th Apr 2011, 7:50pm
Barrell is comfortably losing the gurn competition in bow IV here. Zoom in for best effect. I think it's between Fordy with the 'protruding chin' and Yimin with the 'battle cry' for the winner though...
Fairbairn Cup, Mich Term 2010
re Aaron by Thomas - Thu 20th Jan 2011, 1:46pm
One of the most quizzical expressions I have seen in a while. What's the confusion about?
Queens' Ergs Senior Invitational, Mich Term 2010
re Rachel Beasting it Out by Swords - Wed 10th Nov 2010, 2:28pm
epic gurn
Women's Head of the River Race, Lent Term 2010
re Fitz Bowgirl Having Blade Issues by Mark - Sun 14th Mar 2010, 2:38pm
Surely you've been cheeky on Photoshop there, Matt?
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Women's Head of the River Race, Lent Term 2010
re Getting overlap with UWE by Mark - Sun 14th Mar 2010, 6:52pm
I'm loving that caption.
Lent Bumps, Lent Term 2010
re Emerging from Ditton - Downing have closed by Mark - Mon 1st Mar 2010, 7:30pm
It's TandemCam!
Lent Bumps, Lent Term 2010
re Pulled in after being bumped by Mark - Thu 25th Feb 2010, 10:18am
Do I see a cheeky Lovering face poking out there?
Lent Bumps, Lent Term 2010
re Richard and Gonzalo by Nanny - Thu 25th Feb 2010, 10:10am
Gurn pair.
Fairbairn Cup, Mich Term 2009
re Sternpair by Neil T - Fri 18th Dec 2009, 12:40pm
I love the portmanteau 'sternpair'.
Lent Bumps, Lent Term 2009
re Overlap by Mark - Mon 14th Dec 2009, 10:59pm
In fact, that's exactly what I remember.
Lent Bumps, Lent Term 2009
re Ditton by Mark - Mon 14th Dec 2009, 10:58pm
This is the only section of the race that I really remember.
Clare Novice Regatta, Mich Term 2009
re Marshalling by the Plough, 5 and 6 by Mark - Sat 28th Nov 2009, 5:17pm
Erm, not sure if this is NM2...
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May Bumps, May Term 2009
re Blades going in by Preiss - Tue 3rd Nov 2009, 7:53pm
Thanks for uploading the pictures, Martin. They're great as always.
May Bumps, May Term 2009
re Setting off with the flag by Richard - Sat 27th Jun 2009, 11:47pm
Has the cox said something funny here?
May Bumps, May Term 2009
re Working hard by Richard - Sat 27th Jun 2009, 11:44pm
Unfortunately the 1st VIII were moving so fast this photo is motion-blurred...
May Bumps, May Term 2009
re Well clear of Maggie at the finish by Richard - Sat 27th Jun 2009, 10:52pm
I didn't have much time to set up the camera before taking this, so the quality is rather low
May Bumps, May Term 2009
re Close up of Mark by Mark - Wed 17th Jun 2009, 8:26am
Too close for missiles, switching to guns (not my guns, obviously)

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