Robinson College Boat Club


Robinson College Boat Club

Robinson College Boat Club is the rowing club for members of Robinson College, Cambridge. Robinson is one of the most recent colleges of Cambridge University and its men's and women's crews both appeared in 1981 for the first time. The men's 1st VIII rose steadily in the Lent Bumps and has been in the 1st division continuously since 1998, rising as high as 9th in 2001. In the May Bumps, the men's 1st VIII has been continuously in the 1st division since 1995, rising as high as 4th in 2003. The women's 1st VIII have had a continuous existence in the 2nd division since 1982, apart from a brief visit to the 1st division in 1992. In the May Bumps, the 1st women's IV dropped into the 3rd division by 1987 after being "double-overbumped" (dropping 5 places in a single day) on 3 occasions since 1982. Robinson's 1st women's VIII were positioned at the bottom of the 1st division following the reorganisation of the start order in 1990 when the May Bumps changed to eight-oared boats, and have spend most of the time since then in the top-half of the 2nd division or bottom few crews of the 1st, rising as high as 13th in 2000.

Recent Form

Below are the results of the last decade of bumps races. Results given are for the 1st VIII and Women's 1st VIII only.

Fairbairns Cup

2007 senior 4+ Robinson finished in 3rd place. The crew for this race was:Stroke: Konstantin Bosch (co-captain)3: Charlie Anderson (co-captain)2: Chris oultonBow: Ed Parrott

Lent Bumps

Men



Women



ee also

[http://www-stud.robinson.cam.ac.uk/rcbc/ Robinson College Boat Club]


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