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CADMuS bid to go the Boat Race distance for charity

By CambridgeIndependent Reporter

Fundraising rowing efforts

The Cambridge Adult Disability Multi-Sport Club will be attempting to row the distance of the University Boat Race on Saturday, Septmber 30.

Inspired by the Cambridge University oarsmen and women, the members of CADMuS – which provides a programme of disability multi-sport activities at a weekly Saturday morning session at the University of Cambridge Sports Centre – will be bidding to row a total of 6,780m.

They will be doing so on rowing machines at the sports centre on September 30 as part of a fund-raising activity.

CADMuS gives participants the opportunity to try a range of sports from boccia and goalball to table tennis and Kung Fu, with qualified and experienced instructors on hand to lend support where required.


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