No, they are not going to sink.
Boat Race competitor and Team GB’s bronze medal winning Olympian GEORGE NASH speaks exclusively to The Tab ahead of Sunday’s big race.
Light Blue coach Steve Trapmore has picked four returning Blues in an international looking boat.
HARDY CUBASCH continues his countdown to the big day with a look what is for some people the first really important day of the year: CUBC trials
Pete Lansing discusses whether some university sportsmen and women really deserve their Blues status.
Cambridge’s coaches tell The Tab what the prospects are for 2011…and why the Winkelvoss twins weren’t rowing in Light Blue this year.
Cambridge have upset the odds to win the 156th Boat Race.
The Tab joined the Blue Boat and Goldie in their final outing before the Boat Race today with the world’s media watching on.
The Cambridge Lightweight rowers left it late to beat Oxford in a dramatic finish at Henley on Sunday, while the women lost out.
The Lightweights narrowly beat Oxford at Henley on Sunday in a dramatic finish. Find all the photos at tobyparnell.cantabphotos.com.
With 11 days to go until the Boat Race, bookies have installed Oxford as red hot favourites. Read The Tab’s latest Boat Race build-up here.
The Goldie crew has been announced and includes four British rowers.
The recently announced Boat Race crews carry a boat over London Bridge. Keep following The Tab’s build-up to the big day with Hardy Cubasch’s diary (Photo: Getty Images).
The line-up for the 2010 Blue Boat has been announced amid predictions of a “very close” Boat Race.
So who was voted the most eligible Blues rower?
HARDY CUBASCH takes the time to introduce you to some of CUBC’s most eligible bachelors…
Follow the build up to the Boat Race with Hardy Cubasch’s blog exclusively on The Tab.