Wolfson's first crew graced the river Cam in 1968, making history as the first "combined" crew to compete in the May bumps with both male and female rowers. The Club rows in blue and yellow, the national colours of Ukranian student Maria Lukianowicz, who was also the first female cox on the Cam.
|Club Captain||Scott Wilsonemail@example.com|
|Men's Captain||Calum Caldwellfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Women's Captain||Guðrún Agnarsdóttiremail@example.com|
|Novices' Captain||Daniel Egan and Harry Roussosfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Social Secretaries||Danielle Jones and Rosie Michalik-Dennyemail@example.com|
|Fundraising and Alumni Officer||Fanny Seizillesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Safety Officer||David O'Loughlinemail@example.com|
|Senior Treasurer||Graham Allenfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Small Boats Captain||Robert Salesemail@example.com|
There is also a Facebook group for Wolfson Boat Club alumni.
May bumps 2023
Following the teams’ excellent performance in Lent, this term has been another really successful one on the Cam, with Women’s 1 achieving blades and thrilling rows from all crews.
Overall, the club was +6 in the May Bumps. You can read the captain's report for a summary of how all the teams performed, including overall places gain/lost for the campaign for each boat.
For those who wish to learn or practice with a variable time commitment, the Wolfson College Social Rowing Team offers the opportunity to row on a more casual basis.
Support the Boat Club
Help support the Boat Club by making an annual gift or monthly donation. Visit our Regular Giving page to set up a gift by Direct Debit. Where the form says “I would like my gift to support…” please select Other in the dropdown menu and type Boat Club. Thank you for supporting the Wolfson College Boat Club.