High time for an update on what’s been going on at the men’s side of the club in the past year. It has been an exciting year thus far and anticipation for Torpids is high. Continue reading below for an…
For most of Wolfson College Boat Club, racing is why we do what we do. Our long-serving top men’s coach, Paul Kelly, may have put it best:
I don’t know who decided to take nine people from each college, put them in a boat, and see who can go backwards down the river fastest. But we might as well be the best at it.
Wolfson enters racing events throughout the year.
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Women’s update Summer 2022–Pre-Torpids 2023
Summer races The women’s rowers in Oxford over the summer had a packed calendar of racing: Henley Womens, Henley Town and Visitors, Kingston Regatta, Oxford City Royal Regatta and Milton Keynes Regatta. We didn’t qualify for Henley Women’s Regatta despite…
Michaelmas Novice Regatta 2020
The Michaelmas Novice Regatta is a one-off rowing tournament for novice crews at the University of Oxford, organised by Wolfson College Boat Club, Linacre College Boat Club, and OURCs. This year, weather permitting, we’re hoping to give novices their first…
MT 2019 – Summary
Row, row, row your boat not so much this term…
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.
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.