List of The Boat Race results
The Boat Race The Cancer Research UK Boat Race 

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First boat race  10 June 1829 
Annual event since  15 March 1856 
Current champion  Oxford (2017) 
Course  HenleyonThames (1829–44) 

The Championship Course (1845–present)  
Smallest margin of victory  Oxford, 1 foot (30 cm) (2003) 
Current sponsor  Cancer Research UK via BNY Mellon^{[1]} 
Trophy  The Boat Race Trophy 
Number of wins  
Cambridge  Oxford 
82  80 
Note: There has been one dead heat, recorded in 1877 
The Boat Race is a sidebyside rowing competition between the men's senior boat clubs of the University of Oxford (sometimes referred to as the "Dark Blues")^{[2]} and the University of Cambridge (sometimes referred to as the "Light Blues").^{[2]} The race was first held in 1829 on a 2 ^{1}⁄_{4}mile (3.6 km) stretch of the River Thames.^{[3]} As of 2015 the race takes place on the 4.2mile (6.8 km) Championship Course, between Putney and Mortlake on the Thames in southwest London.^{[4]} The rivalry is a major point of honour between the two universities; it is followed throughout the United Kingdom and broadcast worldwide.^{[5]}^{[6]} Four unofficial boat races were held during the Second World War, both on the Thames and the Great Ouse in Ely. The crews were not recognised as full Blues and as such, the results of these races are not included in the official tally.
As of the 2017 race, Cambridge lead overall in the competition with 82 victories to Oxford's 80; the 1877 race was declared a "dead heat".^{[7]}^{[8]} Cambridge have led Oxford in cumulative wins since 1930.^{[7]}
The reserve crews of Oxford and Cambridge University Boat Clubs have also raced against one another since 1967. Oxford's boat Isis (named after The Isis, a section of the Thames which flows through Oxford) and Cambridge's boat Goldie (named after former Cambridge boat club president John Goldie) compete on The Championship Course, usually on the same day as the main Boat Race. As at 2016, Cambridge's reserve crew have the overall lead with 29 victories to Oxford's 23.^{[7]}
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Results
The first race, held in 1829, took place on a 2 ^{1}⁄_{4}mile (3.6 km) stretch of the Thames between Hambleden Lock and Henley Bridge. It was officially recorded that Oxford won the race "easily".^{[7]} Seven years passed before the second race, which Cambridge won by 20 lengths, along a 5 ^{3}⁄_{4}mile (9.3 km) course between Westminster Bridge and Putney Bridge.^{[9]} A further four races, three of which were won by the Light Blues, took place along the same course. The 1845 race was the first to be conducted on The Championship Course, the same course in use as of the 2015 race, and was won by Cambridge by ten lengths. Having won the ninth Boat Race "easily",^{[7]} Cambridge led 7–2 overall, and were challenged, for the first and only time, to a second race in the same year. Oxford were victorious as the Light Blues were disqualified, the only time that event that the race was decided in such a manner.^{[9]}
The 1859 race was the first in which one of the crews sank: Cambridge's crew were variously rescued or swam to the shore, while Oxford took the overall record to 9–7 in Cambridge's favour.^{[10]} Between the 1861 and 1869 race, Oxford made a thenrecord streak of nine consecutive victories; Cambridge won the next five and were 16–15 ahead after the 1874 race. A dead heat in the 1877 race is the only time in the event that such an official result has been given. Cambridge won four consecutive races between 1886 and 1889, to which Oxford responded with a then recordequalling streak of nine consecutive victories, with Oxford leading the overall record 32–22. Cambridge won the 1900 race by 20 lengths, the largest margin of victory of the races contested on The Championship Course.^{[7]} The 1912 race saw both boats sink, so a rerow was ordered two days later which Oxford won.^{[11]}
Cambridge won the last race before the First World War suspended the event for five years. The Light Blues won in 1920, 1921 and 1922 before Oxford triumphed in the 1923 race. Cambridge subsequently won thirteen consecutive races from 1924 to lead 47–40 overall by 1936. Another hiatus, this time six years long, was caused by the Second World War, after which the Light Blues won five of the next six races. A streak of six wins saw Cambridge 16 wins ahead overall after the 1973 race. Oxford won seventeen of the next nineteen years, and were just a single victory behind after the 1992 race, the overall record 69–68 in Cambridge's favour. The Light Blues then won the following seven races, including setting the record time along The Championship Course of 16 minutes 19 seconds in the 1998 race. Their dominance faded, and the Dark Blues sealed victory in the 2000 race to trail overall by seven wins, 76–69. The 2003 race was the closest in history, with the Dark Blues winning by 30 centimetres (12 in),^{[12]} while the 2012 race was decided after a restart midway through the race following disruption from a protestor.^{[13]} Oxford won the 2017 race by just over one length, taking the overall record to 82–80 in Cambridge's favour.^{[7]}
The overall record has been tied on just three occasions: following The Boat Race 1836, it was one victory each. Oxford's third win in a row in the 1863 race took the record to 10–10, while Cambridge's sixth victory in a streak of thirteen wins between 1924 and 1936 tied the universities at 40–40.^{[7]}
Main race
 All races from the 1845 race onwards took place on The Championship Course. Earlier races took place in different locations, marked by and .
No.  Date  Winner^{[7]}  Winning time^{[7]}  Margin of victory^{[7]}  Oxford total  Cambridge total 

1 
10 June 1829 1830–1835 no race 
Oxford  14:03  Easily  1  0 
2 
17 June 1836 1837–1838 no race 
Cambridge  36:00  20 lengths  1  1 
3  3 April 1839  Cambridge  31:00  35 lengths  1  2 
4  15 April 1840  Cambridge  29:03  ^{3}⁄_{4} length  1  3 
5  14 April 1841  Cambridge  32:03  22 lengths  1  4 
6 
11 June 1842 1843–1844 no race 
Oxford  30:01  4 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  2  4 
7  15 March 1845  Cambridge  23:30  10 lengths  2  5 
8 
3 April 1846 1847–1848 no race 
Cambridge  21:05  3 lengths  2  6 
9  29 March 1849  Cambridge  22:00  Easily  2  7 
10 
15 December 1849 1850–1851 no race 
Oxford  foul 
disqualified^{[a]} 
Cambridge3  7 
11 
3 April 1852 1853 no race 
Oxford  21:36  9 lengths  4  7 
12 
8 April 1854 1855 no race 
Oxford  25:29  7 lengths  5  7 
13  15 March 1856  Cambridge  25:45  ^{1}⁄_{4} length  5  8 
14  4 April 1857  Oxford  22:05  11 lengths  6  8 
15  27 March 1858  Cambridge  21:23  7 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  6  9 
16  15 April 1859  Oxford  24:04 
sank 
Cambridge7  9 
17  31 March 1860  Cambridge  26:05  1 length  7  10 
18  23 March 1861  Oxford  23:03  16 lengths  8  10 
19  12 April 1862  Oxford  24:34  10 lengths  9  10 
20  28 March 1863  Oxford  23:06  15 lengths  10  10 
21  19 March 1864  Oxford  21:04  9 lengths  11  10 
22  8 April 1865  Oxford  21:24  4 lengths  12  10 
23  24 March 1866  Oxford  25:35  3 lengths  13  10 
24  13 April 1867  Oxford  22:39  ^{1}⁄_{2} length  14  10 
25  4 April 1868  Oxford  20:56  6 lengths  15  10 
26  17 March 1869  Oxford  20:04  3 lengths  16  10 
27  6 April 1870  Cambridge  22:04  1 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  16  11 
28  1 April 1871  Cambridge  23:01  1 length  16  12 
29  23 March 1872  Cambridge  21:15  2 lengths  16  13 
30  29 March 1873  Cambridge  19:35  3 lengths  16  14 
31  28 March 1874  Cambridge  22:35  3 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  16  15 
32  20 March 1875  Oxford  22:02  10 lengths  17  15 
33  8 April 1876  Cambridge  20:02  Easily  17  16 
34  24 March 1877  Dead heat  24:08  Dead heat  17  16 
35  13 April 1878  Oxford  22:15  10 lengths  18  16 
36  5 April 1879  Cambridge  21:18  3 lengths  18  17 
37  22 March 1880  Oxford  21:23  3 ^{3}⁄_{4} lengths  19  17 
38  8 April 1881  Oxford  21:51  3 lengths  20  17 
39  1 April 1882  Oxford  20:12  7 lengths  21  17 
40  15 March 1883  Oxford  21:18  3 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  22  17 
41  7 April 1884  Cambridge  21:39  2 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  22  18 
42  28 March 1885  Oxford  21:36  2 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  23  18 
43  3 April 1886  Cambridge  22:03  ^{2}⁄_{3} length  23  19 
44  26 March 1887  Cambridge  20:52  2 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  23  20 
45  24 March 1888  Cambridge  20:48  7 lengths  23  21 
46  30 March 1889  Cambridge  20:14  3 lengths  23  22 
47  26 March 1890  Oxford  22:03  1 length  24  22 
48  21 March 1891  Oxford  21:48  ^{1}⁄_{2} length  25  22 
49  9 April 1892  Oxford  19:01  2 ^{1}⁄_{4} lengths  26  22 
50  22 March 1893  Oxford  18:45  1 ^{1}⁄_{4} lengths  27  22 
51  17 March 1894  Oxford  21:39  3 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  28  22 
52  30 March 1895  Oxford  20:05  2 ^{1}⁄_{4} lengths  29  22 
53  28 March 1896  Oxford  20:01  ^{2}⁄_{5} length  30  22 
54  3 April 1897  Oxford  19:12  2 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  31  22 
55  26 March 1898  Oxford  22:15  Easily  32  22 
56  25 March 1899  Cambridge  21:04  3 ^{1}⁄_{4} lengths  32  23 
57  31 March 1900  Cambridge  18:45  20 lengths  32  24 
58  30 March 1901  Oxford  22:31  ^{2}⁄_{3} length  33  24 
59  22 March 1902  Cambridge  19:09  5 lengths  33  25 
60  1 April 1903  Cambridge  19:33  6 lengths  33  26 
61  26 March 1904  Cambridge  21:37  4 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  33  27 
62  1 April 1905  Oxford  20:35  3 lengths  34  27 
63  7 April 1906  Cambridge  19:25  3 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  34  28 
64  16 March 1907  Cambridge  20:26  4 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  34  29 
65  4 April 1908  Cambridge  19:02  2 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  34  30 
66  3 April 1909  Oxford  19:05  3 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  35  30 
67  23 March 1910  Oxford  20:14  3 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  36  30 
68  1 April 1911  Oxford  18:29  2 ^{3}⁄_{4} lengths  37  30 
69 
30 March 1912 1 April 1912^{[b]} 
Oxford  22:05  6 lengths  38  30 
70  13 March 1913  Oxford  20:53  ^{3}⁄_{4} length  39  30 
71 
28 March 1914 1915–1919 no race 
Cambridge  20:23  4 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  39  31 
72  27 March 1920  Cambridge  21:11  4 lengths  39  32 
73  30 March 1921  Cambridge  19:45  1 length  39  33 
74  1 April 1922  Cambridge  19:27  4 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  39  34 
75  24 March 1923  Oxford  20:54  ^{3}⁄_{4} length  40  34 
76  5 April 1924  Cambridge  18:41  4 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  40  35 
77  28 March 1925  Cambridge  21:05 
sank 
Oxford40  36 
78  27 March 1926  Cambridge  19:29  5 lengths  40  37 
79  2 April 1927  Cambridge  20:14  3 lengths  40  38 
80  31 March 1928  Cambridge  20:25  10 lengths  40  39 
81  23 March 1929  Cambridge  19:24  7 lengths  40  40 
82  12 April 1930  Cambridge  19:09  3 lengths  40  41 
83  21 March 1931  Cambridge  19:26  2 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  40  42 
84  19 March 1932  Cambridge  19:11  5 lengths  40  43 
85  1 April 1933  Cambridge  20:57  2 ^{1}⁄_{4} lengths  40  44 
86  17 March 1934  Cambridge  18:03  4 ^{1}⁄_{4} lengths  40  45 
87  6 April 1935  Cambridge  19:48  4 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  40  46 
88  4 April 1936  Cambridge  21:06  5 lengths  40  47 
89  24 March 1937  Oxford  22:39  ^{1}⁄_{4} length  41  47 
90  2 April 1938  Oxford  20:03  2 lengths  42  47 
91 
1 April 1939 1940–1945 no official races 
Cambridge  19:03  4 lengths  42  48 
92  30 March 1946  Oxford  19:54  3 lengths  43  48 
93  29 March 1947  Cambridge  23:01  10 lengths  43  49 
94  27 March 1948  Cambridge  17:50  5 lengths  43  50 
95  26 March 1949  Cambridge  18:57  ^{1}⁄_{4} length  43  51 
96  1 April 1950  Cambridge  20:15  3 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  43  52 
97  26 March 1951  Cambridge  20:05  12 lengths  43  53 
98  29 March 1952  Oxford  20:23  canvas  44  53 
99  28 March 1953  Cambridge  19:54  8 lengths  44  54 
100  3 April 1954  Oxford  20:23  4 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  45  54 
101  26 March 1955  Cambridge  19:01  16 lengths  45  55 
102  24 March 1956  Cambridge  18:36  1 ^{1}⁄_{4} lengths  45  56 
103  30 March 1957  Cambridge  19:01  2 lengths  45  57 
104  5 April 1958  Cambridge  18:15  3 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  45  58 
105  28 March 1959  Oxford  18:52  6 lengths  46  58 
106  2 April 1960  Oxford  18:59  1 ^{1}⁄_{4} lengths  47  58 
107  1 April 1961  Cambridge  19:22  4 ^{1}⁄_{4} lengths  47  59 
108  7 April 1962  Cambridge  19:46  5 lengths  47  60 
109  23 March 1963  Oxford  20:47  5 lengths  48  60 
110  28 March 1964  Cambridge  19:18  6 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  48  61 
111  3 April 1965  Oxford  18:07  4 lengths  49  61 
112  26 March 1966  Oxford  19:12  3 ^{3}⁄_{4} lengths  50  61 
113  25 March 1967  Oxford  18:52  3 ^{1}⁄_{4} lengths  51  61 
114  30 March 1968  Cambridge  18:22  3 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  51  62 
115  5 April 1969  Cambridge  18:04  4 lengths  51  63 
116  28 March 1970  Cambridge  20:22  3 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  51  64 
117  27 March 1971  Cambridge  17:58  10 lengths  51  65 
118  1 April 1972  Cambridge  18:36  9 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  51  66 
119  7 March 1973  Cambridge  19:21  13 lengths  51  67 
120  6 April 1974  Oxford  17:35  5 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  52  67 
121  29 March 1975  Cambridge  19:27  3 ^{3}⁄_{4} lengths  52  68 
122  20 March 1976  Oxford  16:58  6 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  53  68 
123  19 March 1977  Oxford  19:28  7 lengths  54  68 
124  25 March 1978  Oxford  18:58 
sank 
Cambridge55  68 
125  17 March 1979  Oxford  20:33  3 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  56  68 
126  5 April 1980  Oxford  19:02  canvas  57  68 
127  4 April 1981  Oxford  18:11  8 lengths  58  68 
128  27 March 1982  Oxford  18:21  3 ^{1}⁄_{4} lengths  59  68 
129  2 April 1983  Oxford  19:07  4 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  60  68 
130  18 March 1984  Oxford  16:45  3 ^{3}⁄_{4} lengths  61  68 
131  6 April 1985  Oxford  17:11  4 ^{3}⁄_{4} lengths  62  68 
132  29 March 1986  Cambridge  17:58  7 lengths  62  69 
133  28 March 1987  Oxford  19:59  4 lengths  63  69 
134  2 April 1988  Oxford  17:35  5 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  64  69 
135  25 March 1989  Oxford  18:27  2 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  65  69 
136  31 March 1990  Oxford  17:22  2 ^{1}⁄_{4} lengths  66  69 
137  30 March 1991  Oxford  16:59  4 ^{1}⁄_{4} lengths  67  69 
138  4 April 1992  Oxford  17:44  1 ^{1}⁄_{4} lengths  68  69 
139  27 March 1993  Cambridge  17:00  3 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  68  70 
140  26 March 1994  Cambridge  18:09  6 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  68  71 
141  1 April 1995  Cambridge  18:04  4 lengths  68  72 
142  6 April 1996  Cambridge  16:58  2 ^{3}⁄_{4} lengths  68  73 
143  29 March 1997  Cambridge  17:38  2 lengths  68  74 
144  28 March 1998  Cambridge  16:19  3 lengths  68  75 
145  3 April 1999  Cambridge  16:41  3 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  68  76 
146  25 March 2000  Oxford  18:04  3 lengths  69  76 
147  24 March 2001  Cambridge  19:59  2 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  69  77 
148  30 March 2002  Oxford  16:54  ^{3}⁄_{4} length  70  77 
149  6 April 2003  Oxford  18:06  1 foot (30 cm)  71  77 
150  28 March 2004  Cambridge  18:47  6 lengths  71  78 
151  27 March 2005  Oxford  16:42  2 lengths  72  78 
152  2 April 2006  Oxford  18:26  5 lengths  73  78 
153  7 April 2007  Cambridge  17:49  1 ^{1}⁄_{4} lengths  73  79 
154  29 March 2008  Oxford  20:53  6 lengths  74  79 
155  29 March 2009  Oxford  17:00  3 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  75  79 
156  3 April 2010  Cambridge  17:35  1 ^{1}⁄_{3} lengths  75  80 
157  26 March 2011  Oxford  17:32  4 lengths  76  80 
158  7 April 2012  Cambridge  17:23^{[c]}  4 ^{1}⁄_{4} lengths  76  81 
159  31 March 2013  Oxford  17:28  1 ^{1}⁄_{3} lengths  77  81 
160  6 April 2014  Oxford  18:36  11 lengths  78  81 
161  11 April 2015  Oxford  17:34  6 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  79  81 
162  27 March 2016  Cambridge  18:38  2 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  79  82 
163  2 April 2017  Oxford  16:59  1 ^{1}⁄_{4} lengths  80  82 
– race was held on a 2 ^{1}⁄_{4}mile (3.6 km) stretch of the Thames between Hambleden Lock and Henley Bridge.
– race was held on a 5 ^{3}⁄_{4}mile (9.3 km) stretch of the Thames between Westminster Bridge and Putney Bridge.
a. ^{^} Cambridge (on the Surrey side) had initially gone into a clear lead, so that they were entitled to take Oxford's water on the Middlesex side. When the boats came up to Crabtree Tavern, Cambridge made for the Surrey side just as Oxford were about to overhaul them. Oxford refused to give way and the two boats collided. After a close fought race, Cambridge crossed the line first. Umpire Fellows called a foul citing the rule in the code of rowing laws governing collisions after one boat has taken the others' water: "if they come into contact by the leading boat's departing from the water so taken, the leading boat shall be deemed to have committed a foul".^{[14]}
b. ^{^} In the first race, both boats sank, so it was restaged two days later.
c. ^{^} The race was interrupted and restarted. Finish judge Ben Kent counted the total time spent racing.^{[15]}
Unofficial wartime races
During the Second World War, four races were organised at various locations, although full Blues were not awarded to the participants. In 1940, a race was held at Henley along a 1 ^{1}⁄_{2}mile (2.4 km) course which Cambridge won. A race organised in 1941 fell through and in 1942 Oxford were unable to provide a crew. In 1943, a race took place at SandfordonThames in front of a crowd estimated to be between 7,000 and 10,000, where Oxford's experience of the course helped them to a narrow win.^{[16]} The following year, the contest was held at the Adelaide course in Ely, with Oxford winning, this time by threequarters of a length. The final unofficial race was held, again, at Henley, along the Regatta course, which Cambridge won by two lengths. The overall record in the unofficial wartime races ended 2–2.^{[17]}
No.  Date  Location  Winner  Time  Margin  Ref 

1  2 March 1940  HenleyonThames  Cambridge  9:28  5 lengths  ^{[18]} 
2  13 February 1943  SandfordonThames  Oxford  4:49  ^{2}⁄_{3} length  ^{[19]} 
3  26 February 1944  River Great Ouse, Ely  Oxford  8:06  ^{3}⁄_{4} length  ^{[20]} 
4  24 February 1945  HenleyonThames  Cambridge  8:17  2 lengths  ^{[21]} 
Reserves race
The men's reserves race is contested between Oxford's Isis and Cambridge's Goldie. The first race was held in 1965 with Oxford's reserves taking the inaugural victory. Goldie have two eightyear winning streaks (from 1967 to 1974 and from 1990 to 1997), while Isis' best run is seven wins in a row from the 2011 to the 2017 race. As of the 2017 race, Goldie lead 29–24 overall.^{[7]}
No.  Date  Winner^{[7]}  Time^{[7]}  Margin^{[7]}  Isis total  Goldie total 

1  3 April 1965  Isis  18:45  7 lengths  1  0 
2  26 March 1966  Isis  19:22  7 lengths  2  0 
3  25 March 1967  Goldie  19:11  2 lengths  2  1 
4  30 March 1968  Goldie  18:44  5 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  2  2 
5  5 April 1969  Goldie  18:50  2 lengths  2  3 
6  28 March 1970  Goldie  19:58  14 lengths  2  4 
7  27 March 1971  Goldie  18:37  15 lengths  2  5 
8  1 April 1972  Goldie  19:19  2 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  2  6 
9  7 March 1973  Goldie  19:13  5 lengths  2  7 
10  6 April 1974  Goldie  17:51  4 lengths  2  8 
11  29 March 1975  Isis  21:16  9 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  3  8 
12  20 March 1976  Isis  17:34  2 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  4  8 
13  19 March 1977  Goldie  19:35  7 lengths  4  9 
14  25 March 1978  Goldie  19:37  1 ^{1}⁄_{4} lengths  4  10 
15  17 March 1979  Goldie  22:50  12 lengths  4  11 
16  5 April 1980  Isis  19:03  5 lengths  5  11 
17  4 April 1981  Isis  19:01  4 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  6  11 
18  27 March 1982  Isis  18:43  1 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  7  11 
19  2 April 1983  Isis  19:27  6 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  8  11 
20  18 March 1984  Goldie  17:37  2 ^{3}⁄_{4} lengths  8  12 
21  6 April 1985  Isis  17:34  6 lengths  9  12 
22  29 March 1986  Isis  18:48  3 ^{1}⁄_{4} lengths  10  12 
23  28 March 1987  Goldie  20:30  1 length  10  13 
24  2 April 1988  Goldie  17:55  5 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  10  14 
25  25 March 1989  Isis  18:34  1 ^{1}⁄_{4} lengths  11  14 
26  31 March 1990  Goldie  No time  Isis disqualified^{[a]}  11  15 
27  30 March 1991  Goldie  17:38  4 lengths  11  16 
28  4 April 1992  Goldie  17:44  3 ^{1}⁄_{4} lengths  11  17 
29  27 March 1993  Goldie  17:05  9 lengths  11  18 
30  26 March 1994  Goldie  18:27  13 lengths  11  19 
31  1 April 1995  Goldie  18:29  14 lengths  11  20 
32  6 April 1996  Goldie  17:02  11 lengths  11  21 
33  29 March 1997  Goldie  17:32  6 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  11  22 
34  28 March 1998  Isis  17:02  2 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  12  22 
35  3 April 1999  Goldie  16:58  1 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  12  23 
36  25 March 2000  Isis  17:37  5 lengths  13  23 
37  24 March 2001  Goldie  19:36  6 lengths  13  24 
38  30 March 2002  Isis  17:27  2 ^{1}⁄_{4} lengths  14  24 
39  6 April 2003  Goldie  18:05  3 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  14  25 
40  28 March 2004  Isis  18:42  1 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  15  25 
41  27 March 2005  Goldie  16:48  5 lengths  15  26 
42  2 April 2006  Goldie  19:10  4 ^{1}⁄_{4} lengths  15  27 
43  7 April 2007  Goldie  17:48  4 lengths  15  28 
44  29 March 2008  Isis  20:43  3 ^{1}⁄_{4} lengths  16  28 
45  29 March 2009  Isis  17:24  4 lengths  17  28 
46  3 April 2010  Goldie  18:03  2 lengths  17  29 
47  26 March 2011  Isis  17:38  6 lengths  18  29 
48  7 April 2012  Isis  16:41  5 lengths  19  29 
49  31 March 2013  Isis  17:51  ^{1}⁄_{3} length  20  29 
50  6 April 2014  Isis  18:39  13 lengths  21  29 
51  11 April 2015  Isis  18:11  3 lengths  22  29 
52  27 March 2016  Isis  18:55  2 lengths  23  29 
53  2 April 2017  Isis  17:17  2 ^{1}⁄_{2} lengths  24  29 
a. ^{^} When the crews were approaching Barnes Bridge, Isis were leading by about ^{3}⁄_{4} length. Umpire John Garrett had warned Isis for being out of their water, when a further blade clash resulted in the Goldie no. 2 breaking his swivel. Garrett then disqualified Isis.^{[22]}
See also
References
Notes
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 ^ ^{a} ^{b} "Dark Blues aim to punch above their weight". The Observer. 6 April 2003. Retrieved 9 July 2014.
 ^ MacMichael, p. 34.
 ^ Smith, Oliver (25 March 2014). "University Boat Race 2014: spectators' guide". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 9 July 2014.
 ^ "Former Winnipegger in winning Oxford–Cambridge Boat Race crew". CBC News. 6 April 2014. Retrieved 9 July 2014.
 ^ "TV and radio". The Boat Race Company Limited. Archived from the original on 6 October 2014. Retrieved 7 July 2014.
 ^ ^{a} ^{b} ^{c} ^{d} ^{e} ^{f} ^{g} ^{h} ^{i} ^{j} ^{k} ^{l} ^{m} ^{n} ^{o} "Boat Race – Results". The Boat Race Company Limited. Retrieved 1 May 2015.
 ^ "Classic moments – the 1877 dead heat". The Boat Race Company Limited. Retrieved 8 April 2014.
 ^ ^{a} ^{b} "Boat Race – Early races". The Boat Race Company Limited. Retrieved 22 April 2014.
 ^ "Start of the annual race". The Boat Race Company Limited. Retrieved 13 August 2014.
 ^ "Classic moments – that sinking feeling". The Boat Race Company Limited. Retrieved 1 May 2015.
 ^ Quarrell, Rachel (7 April 2003). "Rowing: Oxford's epic victory closer than 'dead heat'". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 1 May 2015.
 ^ Bull, Andy (8 April 2012). "Protester halts Boat Race by swimming into path of the Oxford crew". The Observer. Retrieved 1 May 2015.
 ^ "University Boat Race". The Times. 17 December 1849. p. 3. Retrieved 14 June 2015. (subscription required)
 ^ "The Boat Race statistics". The Boat Race Company Limited. Archived from the original on 7 October 2014. Retrieved 1 May 2015.
 ^ Burnell, p. 16.
 ^ Burnell, p. 17.
 ^ "Rowing – The Boat Race". The Times. 4 March 1940. p. 8. Retrieved 3 May 2015. (subscription required)
 ^ "A University Boat Race". The Times. 15 February 1943. p. 2. Retrieved 2 May 2015. (subscription required)
 ^ "The Boat Race – Oxford's victory". The Times. 28 February 1944. p. 2. Retrieved 2 May 2015. (subscription required)
 ^ "The Boat Race – Cambridge win". The Times. 26 February 1945. p. 2. Retrieved 2 May 2015. (subscription required)
 ^ Rosewell, Mike (2 April 1990). "Light Blue Light at the end of the tunnel". The Times. Retrieved 12 July 2015. (subscription required)
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