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Cambridge University Boat Club unveil athletes for 2024 men’s and women’s Gemini Boat Races





The crews for this year’s Gemini Boat Race were officially unveiled at Battersea Power Station in London this evening.

Cambridge University Boat Club will be looking for a repeat of last year’s clean sweep at the expense of their old foes Oxford on race day, which this year is scheduled for Saturday, 30 March.

And the defending champions have tonight named the 16 athletes – plus the two cox – that will go in search of glory once again.

CUBC's Women's 2024 Boat Race crew. Picture: Paul Sanwell/OP Photographic
CUBC's Women's 2024 Boat Race crew. Picture: Paul Sanwell/OP Photographic

The women’s crew includes president Jenna Armstrong, who was part of last year’s victorious boat, as was the returning Carina Graf.

CUBC Women’s Crew: Gemma King (bow), Jo Matthews, Clare Hole, Jenna Armstrong (President), Carina Graf, Carys Earl, Iris Powell, Megan Lee (stroke), Hannah Murphy (cox).

Oxford Women’s Crew: Sarah Marshall (bow), Ella Stadler (President), Tessa Haining, Claire Aitken, Julia Lindsay, Annie Sharp, Lucy Edmunds, Annie Anezakis (stroke), Joe Gellett (cox).

Meanwhile, five members of last year’s winning men’s crew will go again in 2024, including president Seb Benzecry.

CUBC's men's 2024 Boat Race crew. Picture: Paul Sanwell/OP Photographic
CUBC's men's 2024 Boat Race crew. Picture: Paul Sanwell/OP Photographic

CUBC Men’s Crew: Sebastien Benzecry (bow, President), Noam Mouelle, Thomas Marsh, Augustus John, Kenneth Coplan, Thomas Lynch, Luca Ferraro, Matt Edge (stroke), Ed Bracey (cox).

Oxford Men’s Crew: Saxon Stacey (bow), Harry Glenister, Jelmer Bennema, James Doran, Elias Kun, Frederick Roper, Leonard Jenkins, Elliot Kemp (stroke), William Denegri (cox).

Speaking at this evening’s Crew Announcement, which was a public event for the first time, Siobhan Cassidy, chair of The Boat Race Company, said: “The annual crew announcement is always an exciting moment in The Boat Race season and we were delighted to make it a public event for the first time at Battersea Power Station.

“It was great to see so many members of the public getting behind the selected crews and enjoying photo opportunities with the Boat Race trophies. We’re looking forward to welcoming them and thousands more along the Championship Course for the ultimate party on the river in two weeks’ time.”

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