w1 rowing in 2018 Bumps

Wolfson College Boat Club

The Wolfson College Boat Club (WCBC)has been in existence for 50 years and is stronger than it has ever been. All members of Wolfson College are welcome to join the Boat Club. 

w1 rowing in 2018 Bumps

2018 was the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of Wolfson College Boat Club. The boat that entered the May bumps in 1968 was a mixed crew and featured Maria Lukianowicz, the first female cox on the Cam; a fact which caused some scandal at the time and the start of a tradition of inclusivity that we are proud continues to this day.

Last year the Boat Club had unprecedented success, with four teams participating in May Bumps, resulting in three blades and the Club awarded both the Pegasus and Michell Cups. 

The 2018-2019 WCBC Committee
Club Captain Harry Michalakakis wolfson.captain@cucbc.org
Men's Captains Tiarnan Doherty & Tom Hewitt wolfson.men@cucbc.org
Women's Captains Sian Bradshaw & Kate Sanders  wolfson.women@cucbc.org
Novices' Captains Jonas Wilcks & Anastasia Watson wcbc.novices@gmail.com
Coxes' Captain Edmund (Eddie) Lam wcbc.coxes@gmail.com
Social Secretaries Jonas Wilcks & Anastasia Watson wcbc.socialsec@gmail.com
Safety Officer Michael Donnelly wolfson.captain@cucbc.org
Senior Treasurer Tom Davies twd10@cam.ac.uk
Small Boats Captain James Kent wcbc.sculling@gmail.com

There is a Facebook group for Wolfson Boat Club alumni.

Social Rowing

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.

Queen's Ergs 2018

Thanks to Max Mulvany for the video.

May Bumps 2018 (M1)