The Boat Race 1836
|2nd Boat Race|
|Date||17 June 1836|
|Margin of victory||20 lengths|
|Winning time||36 minutes|
The 2nd Boat Race took place on the River Thames on 17 June 1836. It was the first of the University Boat Races to be held on the Thames, on a five-and-three-quarter-mile stretch between Westminster and Putney. Cambridge, wearing light blue for the first time, won the race by 20 lengths to level the overall record at 1–1.
|Bow||William Hammond Solly||George Carter|
|2||Frederick Green||Ferdinand Thomas Stephens|
|3||Edmund Stanley||William Baillie|
|4||Perceval Hartley||T. Harris|
|5||Warren Miller Jones||Justinian Vere Isham|
|6||John Henry Keane||John Pennefather|
|7||Arthur Wilson Upcher||William S. Thompson|
|Stroke||Augustus Ker Bozzi Granville (P)||Frederick Lutterell Moysey (P)|
|Cox||Thos. Selby Egan||D. T. Davis|
- MacMichael, William Fisher (1870). The Oxford and Cambridge Boat Races: From A.D. 1829 to 1869. Deighton.
- Burnell, Richard (1979). One Hundred and Fifty Years of the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race. Precision Press. ISBN 0950063878.
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