List of The Boat Race results

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Boat Race
The Cancer Research UK Boat Race
Contested by
Cambridge University Boat Club Rowing Blade.svg Oxford University Boat Club.svg
CUBC OUBC
theboatraces.org
First boat race 10 June 1829
Annual event since 15 March 1856
Current champion Oxford (2017)
Course Henley-on-Thames (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 side-by-side 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 14-mile (3.6 km) stretch of the River Thames.[3] As of 2015 the race takes place on the 4.2-mile (6.8 km) Championship Course, between Putney and Mortlake on the Thames in south-west 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]

Results

Cumulative wins by Oxford and Cambridge men's and women's blue and reserve boats (in the SVG file, hover over a graph to highlight it)

The first race, held in 1829, took place on a 2 14-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 34-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 then-record 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 record-equalling 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 re-row 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 dagger and double-dagger.
The Championship Course has hosted the Boat Race since 1845.
Joseph William Chitty umpired the 1863 race after which the record was tied at ten wins each.
Charles Gurdon helped Cambridge to defeat Oxford "easily" in the 1876 race.
Douglas McLean (Vanity Fair caricature pictured) rowed five times for Oxford between 1883 and 1887.
Raymond Etherington-Smith (Vanity Fair caricature pictured) helped Cambridge to a 20-length victory in the first race of the 20th century.
The victorious 1914 Cambridge crew
Hugh Cairns rowed in the losing Oxford crew in the 1920 race, the first race after the First World War.
Hugh Laurie rowed for Cambridge in the 1980 race. Oxford won by a canvas.
Matthew Pinsent won twice with Oxford in 1990 and 1991. He also competed in 1993.
Former record six-time Oxford rower Boris Rankov umpired the closest race in the history of the event in 2003.
Cambridge secured their 80th victory in the 2010 race.
Oxford lost the 2012 race which was disrupted by a protestor in the Thames.
Oxford University Boat Club President Constantine Louloudis led Oxford to their 79th victory in the 2015 race.
The men's Boat Race trophy (pictured in 2014)
No. Date Winner[7] Winning time[7] Margin of victory[7] Oxford total Cambridge total
1 10 June 1829 dagger
1830–1835 no race
Oxford 14:03 999Easily 1 0
2 17 June 1836 double-dagger
1837–1838 no race
Cambridge 36:00 20 lengths 1 1
3 3 April 1839 double-dagger Cambridge 31:00 35 lengths 1 2
4 15 April 1840 double-dagger Cambridge 29:03 0.7534 length 1 3
5 14 April 1841 double-dagger Cambridge 32:03 22 lengths 1 4
6 11 June 1842 double-dagger
1843–1844 no race
Oxford 30:01 04.254 12 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 03 lengths 2 6
9 29 March 1849 Cambridge 22:00 999Easily 2 7
10 15 December 1849
1850–1851 no race
Oxford foul ZZZCambridge
disqualified
[a]
3 7
11 3 April 1852
1853 no race
Oxford 21:36 09 lengths 4 7
12 8 April 1854
1855 no race
Oxford 25:29 07 lengths 5 7
13 15 March 1856 Cambridge 25:45 0.2514 length 5 8
14 4 April 1857 Oxford 22:05 11 lengths 6 8
15 27 March 1858 Cambridge 21:23 07.57 12 lengths 6 9
16 15 April 1859 Oxford 24:04 99SCambridge
sank
7 9
17 31 March 1860 Cambridge 26:05 01 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 09 lengths 11 10
22 8 April 1865 Oxford 21:24 04 lengths 12 10
23 24 March 1866 Oxford 25:35 03 lengths 13 10
24 13 April 1867 Oxford 22:39 0.512 length 14 10
25 4 April 1868 Oxford 20:56 06 lengths 15 10
26 17 March 1869 Oxford 20:04 03 lengths 16 10
27 6 April 1870 Cambridge 22:04 01.51 12 lengths 16 11
28 1 April 1871 Cambridge 23:01 01 length 16 12
29 23 March 1872 Cambridge 21:15 02 lengths 16 13
30 29 March 1873 Cambridge 19:35 03 lengths 16 14
31 28 March 1874 Cambridge 22:35 03.53 12 lengths 16 15
32 20 March 1875 Oxford 22:02 10 lengths 17 15
33 8 April 1876 Cambridge 20:02 999Easily 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 03 lengths 18 17
37 22 March 1880 Oxford 21:23 03.753 34 lengths 19 17
38 8 April 1881 Oxford 21:51 03 lengths 20 17
39 1 April 1882 Oxford 20:12 07 lengths 21 17
40 15 March 1883 Oxford 21:18 03.53 12 lengths 22 17
41 7 April 1884 Cambridge 21:39 02.52 12 lengths 22 18
42 28 March 1885 Oxford 21:36 02.52 12 lengths 23 18
43 3 April 1886 Cambridge 22:03 0.66723 length 23 19
44 26 March 1887 Cambridge 20:52 02.52 12 lengths 23 20
45 24 March 1888 Cambridge 20:48 07 lengths 23 21
46 30 March 1889 Cambridge 20:14 03 lengths 23 22
47 26 March 1890 Oxford 22:03 01 length 24 22
48 21 March 1891 Oxford 21:48 0.5012 length 25 22
49 9 April 1892 Oxford 19:01 02.252 14 lengths 26 22
50 22 March 1893 Oxford 18:45 01.251 14 lengths 27 22
51 17 March 1894 Oxford 21:39 03.53 12 lengths 28 22
52 30 March 1895 Oxford 20:05 02.252 14 lengths 29 22
53 28 March 1896 Oxford 20:01 0.4025 length 30 22
54 3 April 1897 Oxford 19:12 02.52 12 lengths 31 22
55 26 March 1898 Oxford 22:15 999Easily 32 22
56 25 March 1899 Cambridge 21:04 03.253 14 lengths 32 23
57 31 March 1900 Cambridge 18:45 20 lengths 32 24
58 30 March 1901 Oxford 22:31 0.66723 length 33 24
59 22 March 1902 Cambridge 19:09 05 lengths 33 25
60 1 April 1903 Cambridge 19:33 06 lengths 33 26
61 26 March 1904 Cambridge 21:37 04.54 12 lengths 33 27
62 1 April 1905 Oxford 20:35 03 lengths 34 27
63 7 April 1906 Cambridge 19:25 03.53 12 lengths 34 28
64 16 March 1907 Cambridge 20:26 04.54 12 lengths 34 29
65 4 April 1908 Cambridge 19:02 02.52 12 lengths 34 30
66 3 April 1909 Oxford 19:05 03.53 12 lengths 35 30
67 23 March 1910 Oxford 20:14 03.53 12 lengths 36 30
68 1 April 1911 Oxford 18:29 02.752 34 lengths 37 30
69 30 March 1912
1 April 1912[b]
Oxford 22:05 06 lengths 38 30
70 13 March 1913 Oxford 20:53 0.7534 length 39 30
71 28 March 1914
1915–1919 no race
Cambridge 20:23 04.54 12 lengths 39 31
72 27 March 1920 Cambridge 21:11 04 lengths 39 32
73 30 March 1921 Cambridge 19:45 01 length 39 33
74 1 April 1922 Cambridge 19:27 04.54 12 lengths 39 34
75 24 March 1923 Oxford 20:54 0.7534 length 40 34
76 5 April 1924 Cambridge 18:41 04.54 12 lengths 40 35
77 28 March 1925 Cambridge 21:05 99SOxford
sank
40 36
78 27 March 1926 Cambridge 19:29 05 lengths 40 37
79 2 April 1927 Cambridge 20:14 03 lengths 40 38
80 31 March 1928 Cambridge 20:25 10 lengths 40 39
81 23 March 1929 Cambridge 19:24 07 lengths 40 40
82 12 April 1930 Cambridge 19:09 03 lengths 40 41
83 21 March 1931 Cambridge 19:26 02.52 12 lengths 40 42
84 19 March 1932 Cambridge 19:11 05 lengths 40 43
85 1 April 1933 Cambridge 20:57 02.252 14 lengths 40 44
86 17 March 1934 Cambridge 18:03 04.254 14 lengths 40 45
87 6 April 1935 Cambridge 19:48 04.54 12 lengths 40 46
88 4 April 1936 Cambridge 21:06 05 lengths 40 47
89 24 March 1937 Oxford 22:39 0.2514 length 41 47
90 2 April 1938 Oxford 20:03 02 lengths 42 47
91 1 April 1939
1940–1945 no official races
Cambridge 19:03 04 lengths 42 48
92 30 March 1946 Oxford 19:54 03 lengths 43 48
93 29 March 1947 Cambridge 23:01 10 lengths 43 49
94 27 March 1948 Cambridge 17:50 05 lengths 43 50
95 26 March 1949 Cambridge 18:57 0.2514 length 43 51
96 1 April 1950 Cambridge 20:15 03.53 12 lengths 43 52
97 26 March 1951 Cambridge 20:05 12 lengths 43 53
98 29 March 1952 Oxford 20:23 0.06canvas 44 53
99 28 March 1953 Cambridge 19:54 08 lengths 44 54
100 3 April 1954 Oxford 20:23 04.54 12 lengths 45 54
101 26 March 1955 Cambridge 19:01 16 lengths 45 55
102 24 March 1956 Cambridge 18:36 01.251 14 lengths 45 56
103 30 March 1957 Cambridge 19:01 02 lengths 45 57
104 5 April 1958 Cambridge 18:15 03.53 12 lengths 45 58
105 28 March 1959 Oxford 18:52 06 lengths 46 58
106 2 April 1960 Oxford 18:59 01.251 14 lengths 47 58
107 1 April 1961 Cambridge 19:22 04.254 14 lengths 47 59
108 7 April 1962 Cambridge 19:46 05 lengths 47 60
109 23 March 1963 Oxford 20:47 05 lengths 48 60
110 28 March 1964 Cambridge 19:18 06.56 12 lengths 48 61
111 3 April 1965 Oxford 18:07 04 lengths 49 61
112 26 March 1966 Oxford 19:12 03.753 34 lengths 50 61
113 25 March 1967 Oxford 18:52 03.253 14 lengths 51 61
114 30 March 1968 Cambridge 18:22 03.53 12 lengths 51 62
115 5 April 1969 Cambridge 18:04 04 lengths 51 63
116 28 March 1970 Cambridge 20:22 03.53 12 lengths 51 64
117 27 March 1971 Cambridge 17:58 10 lengths 51 65
118 1 April 1972 Cambridge 18:36 09.59 12 lengths 51 66
119 7 March 1973 Cambridge 19:21 13 lengths 51 67
120 6 April 1974 Oxford 17:35 05.55 12 lengths 52 67
121 29 March 1975 Cambridge 19:27 03.753 34 lengths 52 68
122 20 March 1976 Oxford 16:58 06.56 12 lengths 53 68
123 19 March 1977 Oxford 19:28 07 lengths 54 68
124 25 March 1978 Oxford 18:58 99SCambridge
sank
55 68
125 17 March 1979 Oxford 20:33 03.53 12 lengths 56 68
126 5 April 1980 Oxford 19:02 0.04canvas 57 68
127 4 April 1981 Oxford 18:11 08 lengths 58 68
128 27 March 1982 Oxford 18:21 03.253 14 lengths 59 68
129 2 April 1983 Oxford 19:07 04.54 12 lengths 60 68
130 18 March 1984 Oxford 16:45 03.753 34 lengths 61 68
131 6 April 1985 Oxford 17:11 04.754 34 lengths 62 68
132 29 March 1986 Cambridge 17:58 07 lengths 62 69
133 28 March 1987 Oxford 19:59 04 lengths 63 69
134 2 April 1988 Oxford 17:35 05.55 12 lengths 64 69
135 25 March 1989 Oxford 18:27 02.52 12 lengths 65 69
136 31 March 1990 Oxford 17:22 02.252 14 lengths 66 69
137 30 March 1991 Oxford 16:59 04.254 14 lengths 67 69
138 4 April 1992 Oxford 17:44 01.251 14 lengths 68 69
139 27 March 1993 Cambridge 17:00 03.53 12 lengths 68 70
140 26 March 1994 Cambridge 18:09 06.56 12 lengths 68 71
141 1 April 1995 Cambridge 18:04 04 lengths 68 72
142 6 April 1996 Cambridge 16:58 02.752 34 lengths 68 73
143 29 March 1997 Cambridge 17:38 02 lengths 68 74
144 28 March 1998 Cambridge 16:19 03 lengths 68 75
145 3 April 1999 Cambridge 16:41 03.53 12 lengths 68 76
146 25 March 2000 Oxford 18:04 03 lengths 69 76
147 24 March 2001 Cambridge 19:59 02.52 12 lengths 69 77
148 30 March 2002 Oxford 16:54 0.7534 length 70 77
149 6 April 2003 Oxford 18:06 0.011 foot (30 cm) 71 77
150 28 March 2004 Cambridge 18:47 06 lengths 71 78
151 27 March 2005 Oxford 16:42 02 lengths 72 78
152 2 April 2006 Oxford 18:26 05 lengths 73 78
153 7 April 2007 Cambridge 17:49 01.251 14 lengths 73 79
154 29 March 2008 Oxford 20:53 06 lengths 74 79
155 29 March 2009 Oxford 17:00 03.53 12 lengths 75 79
156 3 April 2010 Cambridge 17:35 01.3331 13 lengths 75 80
157 26 March 2011 Oxford 17:32 04 lengths 76 80
158 7 April 2012 Cambridge 17:23[c] 04.254 14 lengths 76 81
159 31 March 2013 Oxford 17:28 01.3331 13 lengths 77 81
160 6 April 2014 Oxford 18:36 11 lengths 78 81
161 11 April 2015 Oxford 17:34 06.56 12 lengths 79 81
162 27 March 2016 Cambridge 18:38 02.52 12 lengths 79 82
163 2 April 2017 Oxford 16:59 01.251 14 lengths 80 82

dagger – race was held on a 2 14-mile (3.6 km) stretch of the Thames between Hambleden Lock and Henley Bridge.

double-dagger – race was held on a 5 34-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

The unofficial race in 1944 was held along the Adelaide course of the Great Ouse.

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 12-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 Sandford-on-Thames 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 three-quarters 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 Henley-on-Thames Cambridge 9:28 05 lengths [18]
2 13 February 1943 Sandford-on-Thames Oxford 4:49 0.66723 length [19]
3 26 February 1944 River Great Ouse, Ely Oxford 8:06 0.7534 length [20]
4 24 February 1945 Henley-on-Thames Cambridge 8:17 02 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 eight-year 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]

Acer Nethercott (pictured coxing in 2007), steered Isis to victory in 2002.
Oxford cox, Nick Brodie, (pictured being thrown into the River Thames in 2008) steered Isis in 2007
George Nash (second left, in 2013) rowed in the losing Goldie crew in 2009.
Isis (foreground) racing against Goldie in 2015
No. Date Winner[7] Time[7] Margin[7] Isis total Goldie total
1 3 April 1965 Isis 18:45 07 lengths 1 0
2 26 March 1966 Isis 19:22 07 lengths 2 0
3 25 March 1967 Goldie 19:11 02 lengths 2 1
4 30 March 1968 Goldie 18:44 05.55 12 lengths 2 2
5 5 April 1969 Goldie 18:50 02 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 02.52 12 lengths 2 6
9 7 March 1973 Goldie 19:13 05 lengths 2 7
10 6 April 1974 Goldie 17:51 04 lengths 2 8
11 29 March 1975 Isis 21:16 09.59 12 lengths 3 8
12 20 March 1976 Isis 17:34 02.52 12 lengths 4 8
13 19 March 1977 Goldie 19:35 07 lengths 4 9
14 25 March 1978 Goldie 19:37 01.251 14 lengths 4 10
15 17 March 1979 Goldie 22:50 12 lengths 4 11
16 5 April 1980 Isis 19:03 05 lengths 5 11
17 4 April 1981 Isis 19:01 04.54 12 lengths 6 11
18 27 March 1982 Isis 18:43 01.51 12 lengths 7 11
19 2 April 1983 Isis 19:27 06.56 12 lengths 8 11
20 18 March 1984 Goldie 17:37 02.752 34 lengths 8 12
21 6 April 1985 Isis 17:34 06 lengths 9 12
22 29 March 1986 Isis 18:48 03.253 14 lengths 10 12
23 28 March 1987 Goldie 20:30 01 length 10 13
24 2 April 1988 Goldie 17:55 05.55 12 lengths 10 14
25 25 March 1989 Isis 18:34 01.251 14 lengths 11 14
26 31 March 1990 Goldie No time Isis disqualified[a] 11 15
27 30 March 1991 Goldie 17:38 04 lengths 11 16
28 4 April 1992 Goldie 17:44 03.253 14 lengths 11 17
29 27 March 1993 Goldie 17:05 09 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 06.56 12 lengths 11 22
34 28 March 1998 Isis 17:02 02.52 12 lengths 12 22
35 3 April 1999 Goldie 16:58 01.51 12 lengths 12 23
36 25 March 2000 Isis 17:37 05 lengths 13 23
37 24 March 2001 Goldie 19:36 06 lengths 13 24
38 30 March 2002 Isis 17:27 02.252 14 lengths 14 24
39 6 April 2003 Goldie 18:05 03.53 12 lengths 14 25
40 28 March 2004 Isis 18:42 01.51 12 lengths 15 25
41 27 March 2005 Goldie 16:48 05 lengths 15 26
42 2 April 2006 Goldie 19:10 04.254 14 lengths 15 27
43 7 April 2007 Goldie 17:48 04 lengths 15 28
44 29 March 2008 Isis 20:43 03.253 14 lengths 16 28
45 29 March 2009 Isis 17:24 04 lengths 17 28
46 3 April 2010 Goldie 18:03 02 lengths 17 29
47 26 March 2011 Isis 17:38 06 lengths 18 29
48 7 April 2012 Isis 16:41 05 lengths 19 29
49 31 March 2013 Isis 17:51 00.333313 length 20 29
50 6 April 2014 Isis 18:39 13 lengths 21 29
51 11 April 2015 Isis 18:11 03 lengths 22 29
52 27 March 2016 Isis 18:55 02 lengths 23 29
53 2 April 2017 Isis 17:17 02.52 12 lengths 24 29

a. ^ When the crews were approaching Barnes Bridge, Isis were leading by about 34 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

  1. ^ Amofa, Richard (23 March 2016). "When is the Boat Race 2016, what TV channel is it on and what are odds for an Oxford or Cambridge win?". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 24 March 2016. 
  2. ^ a b "Dark Blues aim to punch above their weight". The Observer. 6 April 2003. Retrieved 9 July 2014. 
  3. ^ MacMichael, p. 34.
  4. ^ Smith, Oliver (25 March 2014). "University Boat Race 2014: spectators' guide". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 9 July 2014. 
  5. ^ "Former Winnipegger in winning Oxford–Cambridge Boat Race crew". CBC News. 6 April 2014. Retrieved 9 July 2014. 
  6. ^ "TV and radio". The Boat Race Company Limited. Archived from the original on 6 October 2014. Retrieved 7 July 2014. 
  7. ^ 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. 
  8. ^ "Classic moments – the 1877 dead heat". The Boat Race Company Limited. Retrieved 8 April 2014. 
  9. ^ a b "Boat Race – Early races". The Boat Race Company Limited. Retrieved 22 April 2014. 
  10. ^ "Start of the annual race". The Boat Race Company Limited. Retrieved 13 August 2014. 
  11. ^ "Classic moments – that sinking feeling". The Boat Race Company Limited. Retrieved 1 May 2015. 
  12. ^ Quarrell, Rachel (7 April 2003). "Rowing: Oxford's epic victory closer than 'dead heat'". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 1 May 2015. 
  13. ^ Bull, Andy (8 April 2012). "Protester halts Boat Race by swimming into path of the Oxford crew". The Observer. Retrieved 1 May 2015. 
  14. ^ "University Boat Race". The Times. 17 December 1849. p. 3. Retrieved 14 June 2015.  (subscription required)
  15. ^ "The Boat Race statistics". The Boat Race Company Limited. Archived from the original on 7 October 2014. Retrieved 1 May 2015. 
  16. ^ Burnell, p. 16.
  17. ^ Burnell, p. 17.
  18. ^ "Rowing – The Boat Race". The Times. 4 March 1940. p. 8. Retrieved 3 May 2015.  (subscription required)
  19. ^ "A University Boat Race". The Times. 15 February 1943. p. 2. Retrieved 2 May 2015.  (subscription required)
  20. ^ "The Boat Race – Oxford's victory". The Times. 28 February 1944. p. 2. Retrieved 2 May 2015.  (subscription required)
  21. ^ "The Boat Race – Cambridge win". The Times. 26 February 1945. p. 2. Retrieved 2 May 2015.  (subscription required)
  22. ^ Rosewell, Mike (2 April 1990). "Light Blue Light at the end of the tunnel". The Times. Retrieved 12 July 2015.  (subscription required)

Bibliography

Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_The_Boat_Race_results&oldid=795506015"
This content was retrieved from Wikipedia : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_The_Boat_Race_results
This page is based on the copyrighted Wikipedia article "List of The Boat Race results"; it is used under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License (CC-BY-SA). You may redistribute it, verbatim or modified, providing that you comply with the terms of the CC-BY-SA