The latest issue of the KCBC newsletter, 'Henry's Eight' is now available:
Thanks to Marie-Julie Cnudde for putting together Henry's eight.… Continue Reading
On the final day of this year's Lent Bumps, KCBC had a very successful day, with bumps for M1 and M2, and row-overs for W1 and W2. Well done to all crews who took part, from both King's and the other colleges, and especially to those who competed in Bumps for the first time!
Having made a name for themselves in both Mays 2018 and Lents 2019, our first men's boat end the week in 12th position, coincidentally the same position they will be starting Mays next term. The first women's boat end the week at the top of the second division, one above their start position next term.… Continue Reading
Past the half-way point of this year's Lents, Friday saw row-overs from M1, W1 and M2, and W2 bumped by Newnham III.
Aggregate results after Friday:
|M1||+4||day off||+3 (Girton)||+1 (Queens')||row-over|
|W1||0||-1 (Fitz)||day off||+1 (Lucy Cavendish)||row-over|
|W2||-5||-3 (Trinity Hall II)||-1 (Darwin II)||day off||-1 (Newnham III)|
|M2||-2||-1 (Caius III)||-1 (Queens' III)||row-over||row-over|
Written by Neil Paul
Day 3 of Bumps for M1 has been another dramatic one. Today we were chasing Trinity Hall, who were chasing Clare. After seeing Queens' gain on Trinity Hall off the start yesterday, we were confident that we could catch Trinity Hall.… Continue Reading
After a mixed start to KCBC's bumps campaign, Thursday set things firmly back on track, with bumps by both of our first boats, a row-over by M2 and a day off for W2.
Aggregate results after Thursday:
|M1||+4||day off||+3 (Girton)||+1 (Queens')|
|W1||0||-1 (Fitz)||day off||+1 (Lucy Cavendish)|
|W2||-4||-3 (Trinity Hall II)||-1 (Darwin II)||day off|
|M2||-2||-1 (Caius III)||-1 (Queens' III)||row-over|
Written by Amanda McHugh
After a day off the water, W1 were back and ready fight, with only two options: bump or be bumped.… Continue Reading
After a disappointing start yesterday, M1, M2, and W2 took to the water, aiming to make up for yesterday's bumps. W1 had their rest day today, and will return to the river tomorrow, hoping to regain their position in the first division after an unfortunate start to their campaign.
Aggregate results after Wednesday:
|M1||day off||+3 (Girton)|
|W1||-1 (Fitz)||day off|
|W2||-3 (Trinity Hall II)||-1 (Darwin II)|
|M2||-1 (Caius III)||-1 (Queens' III)|
Written by Matt Else
M1 rowed last, surrounded by fast crews, chasing Magdalene and being chased by Emmanuel, at station 17 in the first division.… Continue Reading
Yesterday, on Tuesday, three of King's Lent crews: W1, W2 and M2 began their campaigns, with M1 starting with a rest day. Individual race reports follow below:
Written by Amanda McHugh
Kitted out with matching sunglasses and purple war paint, King’s W1, the majority of whom had never actually done bumps before, were ready to take on the Cam and row over in glorious fashion (rumour has it that if you all have co-ordinating kit on you get a second off your split). After what seemed like an age, and a couple of questionable renditions of Total Eclipse of the Heart, we were ready to row up to our station and row over the whole course.… Continue Reading
M1: [Bow] Alistair Goodman,  Stan Szymanowicz,  Adam Townson, [Str] Neil Paul, [Cox] Matthew Else, [Coach] Will Miller, [Boat] New Empacher 4+
Result: Winners – Men’s Coxed Four (First Division)
Following on from a successful campaign in May Bumps in which M1 went up three, we returned at the start of Michaelmas hungry for more success. However, with a surprisingly low number of sign ups, we decided to focus on doing well in the four, especially with our brand-new Empacher waiting to grace the water for the first time. After a two year absence from the boat club, Will Miller made a grand return as the coach of our four.… Continue Reading
|M1||0||0||-1||-1||-2||16th in Division 1|
|W1||0||-1||0||-1||-2||4th in Division 2|
|M2||0||0||0||-1||-1||5th in Division 4|
|W2||0||+1||0||0||+1||Head of Division 4|
M1: [Bow] Daro Nakshbande,  Adam Townson,  Josh Guha,  Jacob Toop-Rose,  Neil Paul,  Jamie Brown,  Kozzy Voudouris, [Stroke] Chris Jones, [Cox] Hrutvik Kanabar, [Coaches] Chris Smith and Dan Janes, [Boat] Adrian Cadbury.
W1: [Bow] Freya Reevell,  Martha Crass,  Izzy Read,  Danielle Jackson,  Mary Coleman,  Rebekka Thur,  Tabitha Biller, [Stroke] Elizabeth Byrne, [Cox] Ellen Berry, [Coach] Roger Thorogood, [Boat] Leo Sharpeston.… Continue Reading
Dear friends of KCBC,
We will be hosting an archive event today (Sunday 18th June) in the Provost’s Lodge from 10-11 am.
Please come and join us!
The KCBC Student Committee
W1 – Bumped by Trinity Hall W1, now 4th in Div 2
Written by: Martha Crass
We went into our last race buoyed up by the impressive rowover the boat had executed the day before: we were sure that this time, Catz was ours. We’d been on their tail for two of the previous three days of Bumps; today would be third time lucky, surely? However, the busy week of racing and post-exam hysteria was taking its toll, and with Tit Hall chasing again we knew that one way or another we wouldn’t be making another rowover this time. This was it.… Continue Reading