Race report by NW1 Our first race!! It was a very sunny day (we had to put sun cream down the partings of out plaits ☹) but we had ribbons in them – yellow for bow side and blue for […]
Race report by Rhiannon Smith It was a beautifuly sunny day for a four to race in Radegund mile, which this year has been extended to definitely more than a mileǃ There was a bit of a headwind, but nothing […]
By Beth Taylor and Amy Rowe The past year has been a rollercoaster for us all. It’s not news to anyone that things have had to be done a little differently and the 2021 Boat Race was no exception. The […]
Michaelmas 2020 began with an erg-based rowing week – outings in scratch crews being impossible. With ergs now on the roof of the Dorothy Garrod building, we were entirely at the mercy of the weather, which rained disobligingly (or obligingly, […]
Helen didn’t novice until her second year in 2018 but since discovering how great NCBC is she has rowed every term since, in crews from W3 to W1. After a slightly less successful (but still fun!) bumps campaign in her […]
Amy is a Classicist who matriculated, and joined NCBC, in 2019. She noviced in NW2 and immediately fell in love with rowing. In Lent 2020 she rowed with W1, introducing her signature free speed plaits to the whole crew! Her […]
Caitlin noviced as a rower with NCBC in 2019 and, alongside studying a degree in veterinary medicine, has continued to row with the club in W4 and W2 in 2020. She was one of the Regatta Secretaries in 2020-2021.
Namera noviced as a cox in Michaelmas 2019 and subsequently coxed W4 and then W2. She was NCBC’s Treasurer for the academic year 2020-2021, and was an Engling.
Clemmie learnt to row at her local club in Fremantle, Western Australia after an unsuccessful coxing career. She rowed for W2 in Michaelmas 2019 and Lent 2020 as a stroke-sider and has fallen in love with the NCBC spirit. She […]
Cat is a Classics student who has been coxing with NCBC since 2018. She has coxed both the W3 and W1 crews across three sets of Bumps, and is most loved for her unfailing optimism and belief in her crew, […]