Overview & Sign Up

If you’re interested in trialling for CULRC, please do read the following letter to prospective triallists for the 2016/17 season:

Letter to Trialists 2018

To register your interest, please fill in the form here: Triallists Sign-up Form

For any other queries, please get in touch with the president at president@culrc.org. It may also be useful to sign up for the mailing list at: http://www.srcf.ucam.org/mailman/listinfo/culrc-interested

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Facilities

We currently train both on the River Cam in Cambridge and the River Ouse at Ely. Ely provides a fantastic stretch of water for developing high performance crews, with a 5km straight and launch coaching. Our coaching team is led by full-time coach Dan Janes. We have an extremely comprehensive training set-up covering all aspects of a high performance training program and we work with a wide number of professionals to achieve this.

We row along with CUBC and CUWBC, from a boathouse at Ely, or on the Cam in Cambridge. Check out the brochure for more information on the boathouse.

Go to our facilities page for more information.

Training Programme

The CULRC training programme is more intensive than most college programmes, with 10 or 11 sessions most weeks. These sessions are, however, designed to fit around academic work. The water-based sessions are generally in the morning, finishing in good time for early lectures. The land training is done in the evenings.

The season starts in September, allowing for a few weeks of training before the start of term. Through the year the squad will enter many head races (both on and off Cam) and regattas in the summer (such as BUCS, Met, Marlow, HRR). There is also a development programme during the summer where college athletes can train and compete with CULRC before trailling begins.

University Admissions

Undergraduate Available courses are described in the Undergraduate Studies Prospectus and on the Undergraduate Admissions website, which can be obtained from:

Cambridge Admissions Office, Kellet Lodge, Tennis Court Road, Cambridge, CB2 1QJ, Great Britain

Tel: +44 (0)1223 333308

Email: admissions@cam.ac.uk

Postgraduate Available courses are described on the Graduate Studies website, which can be obtained from:

Board of Graduate Studies, 4 Mill Lane, Cambridge, CB2 1RZ, Great Britain

Tel: +44 (0)1223 332200

Email: Graduate.Admissions@admin.cam.ac.uk