The Oxford rowing crew holding their oars aloft during training for the annual University boat race with Cambridge.
January 01, 1954 Licentie
In preparation for the Boat Race against Cambridge, Oxford University rowing crews undergo a Leviathan style training on the Isis on October 22, 1952.
October 22, 1952 Licentie
Spectators brave the cold on the towpath near Hammersmith Bridge, west London, to watch the Oxford and Cambridge University boat race.
March 29, 1952 Licentie
Dr James Owen, one of the four Cambridge coaches, watching a practise session before the University boat race. Original Publication: Picture Post - 5706 - Tideway Turn-Up - pub. 1952
March 22, 1952 Licentie
The Oxford University rowing crew lift their boat out of the water after their first practice for the forthcoming race against Cambridge over the full length of the course between Mortlake and Putney on the River Thames, London.
March 02, 1951 Licentie
The Oxford boat sinks after only half a mile, during the annual University boat race against Cambridge, 24th March 1951.
March 24, 1951 Licentie
Cadets on board the training ship 'Stork' cheer as the Cambridge University rowing team lead Oxford by three lengths during the University Boat Race on the Thames.
March 27, 1948 Licentie
Crowds gather on the banks of the Thames at Mortlake to watch the the finish of the University boat race between Oxford and Cambridge, 24th March 1937.
March 24, 1937 Licentie
The Cambridge University rowing crew bringing out their boat before the University Boat Race against Oxford on the River Thames, London, between Putney and Mortlake.
March 19, 1932 Licentie
The Cambridge University Boat Race Club, held their first trials of the season on the River Cam, at Cambridge, to select the members of this year's boat race crew against Oxford.
January 05, 1931 Licentie
Miss Joan Thompson, eldest daughter of the Rev J.W. Thompson of Bristol, celebrated her twenty-first birthday by stroking Cambridge University women's crew in their annual boat race against Oxford on the Thames near Reading.
December 06, 1930 Licentie
Centenary of the Oxford and Cambridge, Cambridge are leading by a length at Hammersmith Bridge and went on to win.
March 23, 1929 Licentie
GB, The Boat Race, rowing race between the Oxford University Boat Club and the Cambridge University Boat Club, spectators watching from the inundated banks, date unknown, probably around 1927, published in Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung...Meer
January 01, 1927 Licentie
Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race, London, 1926-1927. Oxford just ahead by Hammersmith Bridge. The traditional university rowing race on the River Thames starts at Putney and finishes at Mortlake. The course is 4 miles and 374 yards...Meer
The University Boat Race, March 1912 (1935). Both the Oxford and Cambridge boats sank during the race, swamped by rough waters in the Thames. From The Royal Jubilee Book 1910-1935 [Associated Newspapers Ltd., London, 1935].
March 01, 1912 Licentie