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Torpids 2015By Sean Cannon. Posted on Jun 3rd 2015 at 11:17AM.On the whole a successful Torpids campaign for most of the Boat Club. W1 moved up 3 places to 3rd on the river by bumping New on day two, Teddy Hall on day three and Oriel on the last day and are now in a position to challenge for Torpids Headship in 2016.
M1 were bumped every day but managed to secure a bump on Worcester on day two and an overbump on Balliol on day three as consolation during the week, but sadly finishing out of Div 1.
M2 were unfortunate to be denied blades after a bump on Wolfson II was negated on Friday to a TRO. They had overbumped Catz II on day one and Magdalen II on day two prior to that and secured the bump on Trinity II on saturday to move from 7th to 3rd in Div 4.
W2 had a solid performance by overbumping St. Anthony's on day one, closely missing out on an overbump on Exeter II on day two before bumping them quickly on day 3, to end the campaign up two places from 9th to 7th in Div 3.
M3 was a mixed boat of experienced rowers and old members who bumped every day to win blades, scalping Wolfson III, GTC II (sandwich boat), Merton II, St. Annes II and St. Hilda's to move up from rowing on Div 6 to 9th in Div 5, securing future M3 positions in the fixed division.
M4 were involved in a messy Div 7 on day one which saw them get bumped and overbumped by Wolfson IV and Hertford III but also overbump Keble III. Cleaner races the next two days saw them bump Hertford III back and Mansfield III on day three to finish up one from 11th to 10th in Div 7.Nephthys Regatta 2014By Sean Cannon. Posted on Nov 28th 2014 at 5:30PM.This year, SJCBC entered a senior crew in the Men's category, who were very successful and went on to win the whole event, beating Lincoln, St. Annes and Wolfson on the way.
In the Novice categories, WNA had a good run of wins before eventually being knocked out by Lincoln, and MNC pulled out agood win against Merton, but unfortunately MNA and MNB did not manage to progress past the first round.
However, all crews gained lots of race experience and learnt ho to approach the upcoming Christ Church Regatta!
New College Indoor RegattaBy Annette Fayet. Posted on Nov 26th 2014 at 2:30PM.
On the 11th November a composite crew of 3 SJCBC women (Hazel Shepherd, Ashley White and Annette Fayet) and a Linacre-Nuffield rower (Belinda Tracey) entered New College Indoor Regatta, a 2k relay erg sprint, in the Senior Women's Division. They smashed the competition by winning in 6:59.0 (including change-overs), 21s faster than the 2nd team (Green Templeton).
Last year the men's senior division was won by 4 SJCBC men, we look forward to a double win in 2015!
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