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Movies Cambridge Win BOTH Womens' & Mens' Boat Races -E.Coli Found Along Course

OXFORD Boat Race; Cambridge Men Win The 169th Mens’ Gemini Boat Race by a Margin of 3 1/2 Boat Lengths, in 18 Minutes 56 Seconds.

169th Boat Race Cambridge Take BOTH The Womens' and Mens' Titles Amid Polluted River Scandal


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Oxford president Lenny Jenkins claimed some of the team were struck down with E.Coli



'SEWAGE in The Water´ After Thames Boat Race; Oxford coxswain refuses to blame illness after favourites beaten in boat race



As a corrective to the national malaise, what a joy to wallow in this tiff on the Thames.

We hail a sunlit spring afternoon, the banks packed with drink- swilling fans, most with only a tenuous link to either Oxford or Cambridge University. It is a vibe in danger of giving elitism a good name.

It is a miracle the diversity gauleiters have not hacked away at this tradition, just as modernisers wanted rid of the Eton-Harrow match at Lord’s, a squabble that has resulted in fratricidal tie- chopping at the MCC.

Yet the Boat Race, harking back to 1829 and the reign of George IV, continues, a slice of London stilling for its procession.

Cambridge, whose women secured a seventh successive trophy, were seen as underdogs despite doing the double last season but took the honours on a sunny Easter weekend where the pleasant conditions were in contrast to the discovery, earlier this week, that high levels of E.Coli had been found along the course.

E. Coli can cause a range of serious infections and other side-effects and rowers were told ahead of the race not to enter the Thames.









'DANGER' at The Oxford Cambridge Boat Race -E.Coli


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