Goldie (Cambridge University Boat Club)

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Goldie is the second boat of the Cambridge University Boat Club, which competes in an annual rowing race against Isis (the second boat of the Oxford University Boat Club) on Boat Race Day each year. The boat is named in tribute to CUBC's legendary President John Goldie who also gave his name to the Goldie Boathouse. The first official race between the two crews was in 1965, which Isis won. Since the race started Goldie has won 29 races, and Isis 22 races.

Coaching staff[edit]

The members of the Goldie boat are coached throughout the season by the coaching staff of the Cambridge University Boat Club. Their most notable coach in the latter 20th and early 21st centuries has been Donald Legget who has been involved in the coaching setup for over 40 years. Other notable coaches include Ian Dryden, Rob Baker, Harry Mahon, Mark Hall, Robin Williams, Tim McLaren, Duncan Holland, Chris Nilsson, Edouard Blanc and Mark Beer.

Recent crew lists and results[edit]

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Year Win Crew
1999 (W) Bow R P Cantwell, 2 S M Cashin, 3 C J C Swainson, 4 C J Hobcroft, 5 C H Vickers, 6 R J Gaughan, 7 D J Tweedie, Stroke R P Stokes, Cox G J Glassman. Spare Pair: D J McSherry, B S J Cummings.
2000 Bow D J McSherry, 2 B S J Cummings, 3 C J C Swainson, 4 C J Hobcroft, 5 J A Livingston, 6 L P Hirst, 7 C H Vickers, Stroke R X K McElroy, Cox M R Snowball. Spare Pair: T H R Brun, S M Cashin.
2001 (W) Cox Hannah Oag, Stroke Charlie Ford, 7 James Livingston, 6 Ben Clare, 5 Alex McGarel-Groves, 4 Tom Lawton, 3 Neil Holzapfel, 2 Richard McElroy, Bow Benjamin Franklin Stapleton IV, Spare Pair: Paul Adams, Oli Stewart
2002 Cox Steph Richards, Stroke Ewan Robson, 7 Colin Swainson, 6 Sammy McElroy, 5 Alex McGarel-Groves, 4 Ben Clare, 3 Andrew Smith, 2 Piers Curle, Bow Jon Alexander.
2003 (W) Cox Eleanor Griggs, Stroke Nathaniel Kirk, 7 Andrew Shannon, 6 Steffen Buschbacher, 5 Christopher le Neve Foster, 4 Daniel Barry, 3 Andrew Smith, 2 Ewan Robson, Bow Jonathan Alexander.
2004 Cox Stephen Cheng, Stroke Richard Sykes-Popham, 7 Kyle Coveny, 6 Oliver De Groot, 5 Edward Sherwood, 4 Jonathon Davies, 3 James Orme, 2 Colin Scott, Bow James Local.
2005 (W) Cox Russell Glenn, Stroke Volker Utesch, 7 Andrew Shannon, 6 Oliver De Groot, 5 James Orme, 4 Eamonn Joyce, 3 Kyle Coveny, 2 Colin Scott, Bow Edward Sherwood.
2006 (W) Samuel Pearson, Charlie Palmer, Tim Perkins, Ian Coveny, Don Wyper, Edward (Ed) Sherwood, Jasper Hasell, Cox Russell Glenn.
2007 (W) Alastair MacLeod, Douglas Perrin, Colin Scott, Johannes Kromdijk, Oliver De Groot, Tobias Garnett, Don Wyper, David Billings, Russell Glenn.
2008 Bow Marco Espin, 2 Ali Macleod, 3 Richard Stutt, 4 John Heder, 5 Bartosz Szczyrba, 6 Dan O'Shaughnessy 7 Dave Billings, 8 Spencer Hunsberger, Cox Russ Glenn
2009 Bow James Strawson, 2 Dan O’Shaughnessy, 3 Code Sternal, 4 John Clay, 5 Shane O’Mara, 6 Joel Jennings, 7 George Nash, Stroke Fred Gill, Cox Helen Hodges.
2010 (W) Bow Johannes Kromdijk, 2 George Lamb, 3 Mike Thorp, 4 Matt Whaley, 5 Moritz Schramm, 6 Hardy Cubasch, 7 Code Sternal, Stroke Joel Jennings, Cox Liz Box.
2011 Bow Sasha Kasas, 2 Nick Edelman, 3 James Strawson, 4 Felix Wood, 5 Alex Ross, 6 Andrew Viquerat, 7 Josh Pendry, Stroke Ben Evans, Cox Tom Fieldman.
2012 Bow Josh Pendry, 2 Rowan Lawson, 3 Pete Dewhurst, 4 Tom Haworth, 5 Hank Moore, 6 Joel Jennings, 7 Phil Williams, Stroke Felix Wood, Cox Sarah Smart.
2013 Bow Chris Snowden, 2 Alex Leichter, 3 Josh Hooper, 4 Helge Gruetjen, 5 Alex Ross, 6 Jack Lindeman, 7 Mike Thorp, Stroke Rowan Lawson, Cox Sam Ojserkis.
2014 Bow Chris Black, 2 Peter Walker, 3 Florian Herbst, 4 Jason Lupatkin, 5 Alex Leichter, 6 Will Brown, 7 Felix Newman, Stroke Angus Knights, Cox Rosemary Ostfeld.
2015 Bow Harold Bradbury, 2 Piers Kasas, 3 Matthew Chipping, 4 Ali Abbasi, 5 Blake Parsons, 6 Clemens Auersberg, 7 Chris Snowden, Stroke Felix Newman, Cox Hugo Ramambason.
2016 Bow Peter Carey, 2 Piers Kasas, 3 William Jones, 4 Peter Rees, 5 Vincent Bertram, 6 Alister Taylor, 7 Joe Carroll, Stroke Patrick Elwood, Cox Hugo Ramambason.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-04-01. Retrieved 2010-01-01. 

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