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Linacre College Boat Club
The boat club comprises the waterborne might of the college, and represents Linacre at the major rowing competitions in Oxford and further afield. Made up of students from Linacre and Nuffield colleges, the club fields several boats and takes prospective coxes and rowers of all abilities, from experienced to complete novice. As one of the longest and most Oxford of sporting traditions, rowing has a hallowed place in college life, and no time at the university is complete without at least dipping an oar into the water. Beware, it can be addictive! The club emphasises social as well as professional development, and is a great way to make lasting friends while keeping fit.
Join us! - FAQ
Never rowed before? - Novice rowers welcome!
Get in touch via email and keep your eyes open during freshers' week. we will run taster sessions at the boat house. if you've never rowed before, that's the perfect time to try!
Watch this: Christ Church regatta day 1
Got the rowing bug? - Experienced rowers welcome!
Our seniors will keep up the training while entering races in Michaelmas. Our goal of course are the big Oxford races, Torpids in Hillary and Summer Eights in Trinity. Bumps racing is something you don't want to miss out on.
Watch this: Oxford bumps racing | Oxford summer eights 2016 | Oxford summer eights from the air
Like tactics and management? - Coxes welcome!
We are always looking for the most tactic minds and brilliant motivators among you to join us as coxes. All levels of experience are welcome.
Watch this: Oxford summer eights coxing race line