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 ever. All Wolfson College members are welcome to join the Boat Club.

w1 rowing in 2018 Bumps

Our History

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.

Our Committee

Club CaptainScott Wilsonwolfson.captain@cucbc.org
Men's CaptainCharles Normanwolfson.men@cucbc.org
Women's CaptainGuðrún Agnarsdóttirwolfson.women@cucbc.org
Novices' CaptainDaniel Egan and Harry Roussoswcbc.novices@gmail.com
Coxes' CaptainCalum Caldwellwcbc.coxes@gmail.com
Social SecretariesDanielle Jones and Rosie Michalik-Dennywcbc.socialsec@gmail.com
Fundraising and Alumni OfficerFanny Seizilleswcbc.fundraising@gmail.com
Safety OfficerFanny Seizilleswolfson.men@cucbc.org
Senior TreasurerGraham Allengpa13@cam.ac.uk
Small Boats CaptainRobert Saleswcbc.sculling@gmail.com

There is also a Facebook group for Wolfson Boat Club alumni.

May bumps 2023

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.

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.

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 Wolfson College Boat Club.