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  • On the 24th September, OUWBC sent eight scullers to Wallingford Long Distance Sculls. This annual event takes place on our home stretch of the Thames, over 4.25km. It is raced against the stream in head race format. The race takes place through some of Wallingford’s most notorious bends – the S bends. To prepare for this challenge all scullers practiced their line in training; and on the day there was a strong tailwind helping scullers.

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  • Unlike most normal people who, when presented with a day off, will maybe do a spot of washing, or shuffle around the supermarket, OUWBC’s newest recruit, Assistant Coach Jamie Kirkwood, took to the Thames in his single scull for one of the most gruelling races of the rowing calendar – the Wingfield Sculls.

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  • Jamie Alexander Kirkwood has been appointed as Assistant Coach of Oxford University Women’s Boat Club working alongside Chief Coach Ali Williams.

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  • Isabell von Loga, a German native, has been elected President of the Oxford University Women’s Boat Club for the 2016/17 season and will lead the Dark Blues into next year’s Race, the second under the title sponsorship of Cancer Research UK. 

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  • OUWBC Announce New Chief Coach

    OUWBC is delighted to announce their new Chief Coach after the departure of Christine Wilson this summer.  After a competitive application process, Ali Williams will take the lead role having assisted Christine in The 2016 Cancer Research UK Boat Races campaign.  Ali will look to continue the success that the Club has enjoyed over recent years, including 4 consecutive Women’s Boat Race victories.

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  • Applications are invited for the role of Chief Coach of OUWBC.

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  • Chief Coach Announcement

    Chief Coach Christine Wilson resigns her post with the Oxford University Women's Boat Club 

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  • AGM results

    Anna Troup  was elected as the new Chairman of OUWBC Executive Comittee

    Elo Luik was elected as President with Issy Dodds as her vice president

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  • Windrush Westminster Reception

    OUWBC alumnae experienced a rare treat on Monday evening courtesy of Claire Perry MP (BB 1984 & 1985 and Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for Transport) when they toured the Houses of Parliament prior to joining a Reception in Portcullis House.

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