Great is the race where all the crazy stuff happens *after* the finish line, and not before it.
Quintin Head 2018
An excellent showing by the only attending Oxford college women’s crew in WCBC’s first race of 2018.
Summer Regattas 2017
WCBC members kept busy during the summer of 2017…
Summer Eights 2017
M1 defends their position of 5th on the river, while M3 remain the highest men’s 3rd VIII, at 9th in Men’s Division V. W1 finished the week at 6th in Women’s Division I, their highest ranking since 1992. W2 bumped up into Division II, while W3 finished at the head of Division V.
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Women’s Eights Head of the River Race 2017
Two crews represented Wolfson in this year’s Women’s Eights Head of the River Race (WEHoRR).
All six Wolfson boats achieved record highs during Torpids.
Quintin Head 2017
A strong Wolfson crew earned 5th place in the women’s IM2 division of Quintin Head.
Wallingford Head of the River 2016
With so many keen rowers in this year’s senior squads, Wolfson decided to end a long term of intense training with a fun day out racing at one of the most popular pre-Christmas head races.
Fours’ Head 2016
The day of Fours’ Head did not start great. It was bucketing rain, cold and miserable. For those who have not raced any of the big Tideway head races, they involve an infamous long wait on the water as hundreds of boats marshal up towards the start line and with only one boat being set off at a time, it can take hours to race. We arrived in London wrapped up warm for the cold, only to find that the rain had all but stopped and it was actually rather warm.