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Varsity 2018

Submitted by mjm232 on Wed, 05/09/2018 - 10:43
Varsity Canoe Polo and Marathon 2018 There had been plenty of faff in the lead up to Varsity this year: a tree fell down two days before the event and blocked the marathon course, our polo goals were suffering from a collection of ailments, the most critical being the tendency of one of them to sink, and Cambridge were short of a few ladies to compete at the marathon. But Andy and Jon made short work of the blockage, Andy and Jen scaled trees make a suspended polo goal, and Inese stepped in to complete the ladies team. Bring it on Oxford- Cambridge was ready!

Varsity 2017

Submitted by miw24 on Mon, 06/05/2017 - 09:53
The results of the 2017 Varsity Canoe Polo and Marathon are: Mens Marathon: 23 - 22 (Cambridge Win) Womens Marathon: 21 - 24 (Oxford Win) Mens Polo: 3 - 2 (Cambridge Win) Womens Polo: 5 - 2 (Cambridge Win) Full report to follow.

Cam Marathon 2017

Submitted by miw24 on Fri, 05/05/2017 - 10:13
Race report from the 2017 Cam Marathon Hasler race: Sunny Sunday saw CUCC members (racing in the colours of various clubs) take on the [Cambridge marathon]( race organised by [CCC](, with a few giving their go at racing in ‘skinny boats’ after only getting in them for the first time a matter of weeks ago.

Devizes to Westminster

Submitted by miw24 on Fri, 05/05/2017 - 10:10
Club Captain Sam Plummer, racing in the colours of his home Leighton Buzzard Canoe Club, won the singles division of the 2017 Devizes to Westminster International Canoe Race. Read a full report in [Varsity](

Varsity Marathon and Polo 2016

Submitted by miw24 on Tue, 06/07/2016 - 21:10
The marathon start
The Varsity marathon races took place over a four-mile course running between the town centre and Grantchester, with the results decided by the aggregated scores of the first three finishers from each university in each race. The men’s race ran first and was well contested with five paddlers from each of Cambridge and Oxford. Victory was taken by Sam Plummer for Cambridge, showing his considerable experience, though the team was unable to follow his example with three capsizes (and a marauding swan) killing off their chances of victory.
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