The Cambridge University Boat Club women’s crew will be looking to continue their recent positive run in the Gemini Boat Race when they meet Oxford again on Sunday.
Last year’s victory, by 2 and a quarter lengths, gave Cambridge a five-match winning streak, who now lead the outright record by 46-30.
Here are the eight athletes and Cox who have been selected to compete in the 2023 game.
Sagittarius: Karina Graf (Emmanuelle)
Study of clinical neuroscience. Born in Germany. He started rowing relatively late in 2018, but has continued to enjoy plenty of success, including wins at the BUCS International 4+ last year and the 2022 Blondie boat.
No. 2: Rosa Millard (Trinity Hall)
Linguistics study. The Cambridge Lightweight Ladies cruised to a 15-length victory in the Lightweight Boat Race last year. Three-time BUCS Gold Medalist.
No. 3: Alexandra Riddell-Webster (Murray Edwards)
Computer science study. Member of the victorious Blondie sculls in 2021 and 2022. She has previously represented Great Britain at the Junior World Championships.
No 4: Gina Armstrong (Jesus)
Study of physiology. She has great experience and success, most notably in 2015 when she won the Div III NCAA National Championship. A member of Blondie’s crew last year.
No. 5: Freya Quito (St. Edmund)
Study African Studies. Dual British-American citizenship. She is a finalist at the Henley Royal Regatta and Henley Women’s Regatta.
No. 6: Isabelle Bastian (Jesus)
Study of health, medicine and society. She found her love for rowing while growing up in Boston, USA. Rowed for the Harvard heavyweight rowing team during the 2019/20 season.
No. 7: Claire Brion (Fitzwilliam)
Master’s degree in Music. He represented Canada at a senior level last year at the World Championships. He previously rowed for the University of British Columbia.
Stroke: Kawimhi Dempsey (Newnham)
Studying for a PhD in Psychology. This year’s women’s boss after being part of winning the blue sculls in 2021 and 2022. She competed at the U23 European Championships and won an Irish title.
Cox: James Trotman (Sydney Sussex)
Bachelor’s degree in Economics. He won the Under-19 British Cup on numerous occasions and also won the Princess Elizabeth Challenge Cup.
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