Row for Oxford
The OUBC exists to produce crews to race against Cambridge in the annual Men’s Boat Race. Dating back to 1829, the 4 ¼ mile side-by-side race on the challenging tidal reaches of the river Thames in London provides one of the most demanding challenges in the world of rowing for the students who take part in it.
Whilst the Boat Race defines its mission, the club also has an enviable record of creating and attracting international standard rowers. 17 Olympic gold medals have been won by Oxford rowers since 1992 alone.
Mike DiSanto, OUBC President (second from right), with the OUBC rowers at the Rio Olympics.
” I can’t speak highly enough of my time rowing for OUBC. The coaching is second to none, the training is cutting edge and the entire experience is unparalleled. I would not have made it to the Rio Olympics without the lessons I learned rowing for Oxford.”
Not yet a student at Oxford?
If you are not yet enrolled at Oxford, you can also find information about courses, entry requirements, application deadlines and Oxford’s collegiate system on the Oxford University Admissions site.
Please note that you must be enrolled on a full-time course at Oxford University to be eligible to row in The Boat Race. Furthermore, in accordance with The Boat Race rules, OUBC does not offer rowing scholarships.
If you have any questions about rowing for Oxford please use the form alongside to send a message to the OUBC Head Coach, Sean Bowden.
If you would like to register your interest for Rowing at Oxford please complete the recruitment questionnaire below.