Race Results

Huntingdon Head of the River

A 4.5km head race run by Huntingdon Boat Club, about 15 miles from Cambridge on the Great Ouse. Trinity Hall entered five events and won three, hopefully setting a trend which will continue for the rest of the year!

Ladies First IV+

Ladies First IV+

Won Women's Novice IV+

After a shaky start with the rigger top nuts trying to escape on the way to the start, the first women put in a good strong row at a steady rhythm to ensure a clear victory. They beat their opposition by a minute and a half, winning them their first pots!

Men's First IV+

Men's First IV+

Won Men's IM2 IV+

After some questionable preparation involving using three different boats in four outings, the first men boated with an optimistic mindset. We were rowing in the last division and had watched the wind get stronger throughout the day, but managed to sit up and have a clean, solid row. Our opposition, Bedford School, raced immediately before us and we pushed nicely off a veteran eight that was behind.

Men's Second IV+

Men's Second IV+

IM3 IV+

M2 were rowing so well that they managed to overtake a boat, and look well in control of their race as they came past the Trinity Hall supporters. Unfortunately, they got over-confident and in hindsight their decision to park and have a quick cup of tea in the reeds was a bad one. Despite this they came off the water in high spirits, glad to have had their best outing of the year so far.

Men's Third IV+

Men's Third IV+

Won Men's Novice IV+

A fantastic row from a relatively inexperienced crew, the men's third four put in a great effort to earn their first ever pots. They even gave the first four something to worry about!

Single Scull (Thornton)

Men's Novice Sculls

A chesty cough could be used to excuse losing to a schoolboy, but a good long row, if shaky and not the best scull of the term. The race was enjoyable, but overtaking the scull in front still wasn't good enough. Still, happy that a single beat the 2nd four (I know they parked up for a cup of tea) and came within 16 seconds of the 1st women's time.

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