Sunday, February 28, 2021
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    Oxford sport versus lockdown

    "Oxford’s athletes will be eagerly awaiting their return to the green grass of Iffley Sports Ground and the drink-spilled dancefloors of Park End. But for the time being, they must fight on from home."

    Boat Races cancelled due to COVID-19

    The traditional boat races between Oxford and Cambridge scheduled for 29th March have been cancelled due to Coronavirus. The race’s organisers announced in a...

    Torpids: Rowing Competition Cancelled

    College rowers across Oxford have today received the news that Torpids will be cancelled due to bad weather. The high volume of water in...

    In Defence of Rowing

    Why 'messing around in boats' is the best thing that's happened to my mental health

    The Enduring British Tradition

    Why the Boat Race still captures our interest almost two centuries on

    Cambridge win all four Boat Races for the second year in...

    The women's race kicked off first and although Oxford seemed to get a good start, soon after the Cambridge boat dug deep and pushed...

    Keble and Pembroke win Summer VIIIs headships

    Both crews rowed over on Saturday afternoon to seal their respective headships

    Summer VIIIs: the lowdown

    Our full guide to the pinnacle of the college rowing year

    The weekly chopper: third edition

    Wolfson women anticipate a summer of success, as Teddy Hall M2 (or was it M1?) are left red-faced

    Cambridge win the Men’s Boat Race

    Cambridge were the odds on favourite coming into the race