The Champion of the Thames
Champion of the Thames is a pub in King Street, Cambridge, England. The pub's name derives from an oarsman who won a sculling race on the Thames before moving to Cambridge in 1860. He required that all mail to him be addressed to 'The Champion of the River Thames, King Street, Cambridge'. The rowing connection continues, "Champion of the Thames" rowing club being sponsored by the pub.
Champion of the Thames is one of the smaller pubs in Cambridge and is one of The King Street Run referring to the practice of consuming one pint of beer in each pub in King Street in the quickest time.
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