Biggest Day in the Sporting Calendar

“Win or lose, the Boat Race is a life-defining moment,” George Nash. Follow it LIVE on The Tab.

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Tune in TOMORROW to hear of all the Light Blues successes.

Follow the biggest day of the year in the Oxbridge sporting calendar:

– Follow the @TabSports coverage of the Football Varsity at 3pm at Craven Cottage

– Switch to our LIVE BLOG of the 160th Boat Race at 6pm from the Tideway

Come rain or shine, extremist protestors in the water or broken oars, we will cover it.

George Nash, speaking exclusively to The Tab, said, “Win or lose, the Boat Race is a life-defining moment.

Even if it doesn’t feel like it at the time, ultimately, it is a positive experience.”

Despite all this, the Boat Race still sticks with Nash

Despite all this, the Boat Race still sticks with Nash

The crew is a mature and tight-knit group with an average of 2.6kg per man more weight. Steve Dudek, the Captain of the Cambridge University Boat Club, is confident in his men for the battle this Sunday.

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The Crew:

Bow: Michael Thorp – 88kg
2: Luke Juckett – 84.2kg
3: Ivo Dawkins – 89.2kg
4: Steve Dudek – 101kg
5: Helge Gruetjen – 99.6kg
6: Matthew Jackson – 94.4kg
7: Joshua Hooper – 92kg
Stroke: Henry Hoffstot – 89.6kg
Cox: Ian Middleton – 53.6kg

Total Weight Ex. Cox 728kg
Average Weight Ex. Cox 92.3kg