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Thames Rowing Camp 2016

On January 26, 2016, Posted by , In Cadwallader Club,Men,Training,Women, With Comments Off on Thames Rowing Camp 2016

Report By: Damien Frost For as long as I have been a rower at Jesus, we have been fortunate enough to be able to train on the Tideway in London during 0th week of Hillary Term. This is all thanks to the support from the Cadwalldaer Club, who organizes the event, and…

Welcome Novices!

On November 10, 2015, Posted by , In Training, With Comments Off on Welcome Novices!

After splashing around at the taster sessions, we’re pleased to say we have two men’s novice eights, and one women’s eight, training for Christchurch. Not only that, but we have several novice coxes entering the world of JCBC. The women’s cox, Jo, is making good progress with the women’s senior…

Novice Taster Session

On October 10, 2015, Posted by , In Men,Novice Men,Novice Women,Training,Women, With Comments Off on Novice Taster Session

Report by: Keir Bowater On Friday and Saturday of Freshers’ Week, enthusiastic novices turned up to the boathouse, to learn the fundamentals of rowing, both on the machines and on the water. There was a very strong presence from both the JCR and MCR, which will hopefully lead to many…

Thames Training Camp 2014

On January 15, 2014, Posted by , In Men,Training,Women, With Comments Off on Thames Training Camp 2014

For 2014, we attempted our most ambitious winter training camp to date. We at JCBC summoned a massive THREE crews to Putney, to row against the record-breaking stream. As always, a few members of the group became ill, so the women were reliant on substitutions for the first couple of…

Jesus Ladies Train On the Tideway

On November 10, 2013, Posted by , In Senior Women,Training,Women, With Comments Off on Jesus Ladies Train On the Tideway

Report courtesy of ladies captain Molly Johnson-Jones. On Saturday 2nd November the Jesus Women’s Senior Squad took an eight to the Tideway to train for a day. We were up bright and early travelling en mass to Putney led by our coach James Marsden. The day went surprisingly well considering…