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Boat Race 2019 crews announced Cambridge men’s crew is led by their Chief Coach Rob Baker, who led the Cambridge women to impressive victories in 20.
Baker is assisted by Olympic silver medallist Richard Chambers, Donald Legget and world champion cox Henry Fieldman.
Date: Sunday, 7 April 2019 Time: 2.13pm (Women’s) & 3.10pm (Men’s) Start line: Putney Bridge Finish line: Chiswick Bridge Distance: 6.8km TV: BBC Way back in 1829, Cambridge University challenged Oxford to a boat race at Henley-on-Thames, which started the boat race tradition, although the next race was not to take place until 1836 in London.
In 1839 the race moved permanently to the Tideway on the River Thames, where it has remained ever since.
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Nelder has been involved in The Boat Races since 2001 where he was Head Coach of the Oxford University Lightweight Rowing Club.
The 165th Men’s Boat Race will be umpired by Rob Clegg. He umpired the Boat Race in 2011, Isis-Goldie Race in 2015 and the Women’s Boat Race in 2016.
While the first rowing event between women’s crews from Oxford and Cambridge took place in 1927, the first side-by-side race was contested in 1936.
Until 1976, including a 12-year stretch with no racing between 19, the race location alternated between the Isis in Oxford and the Cam in Cambridge before moving to Henley-on-Thames.