Masters

At Cantabs, masters age rowers are encouraged to join whichever squad they feel suits them best in terms of the time they have to train and their training aims.

There are no specific masters-only squads, though some of the men’s squads have ended up as such by chance.

Masters Women

On the women’s side, athletes range in age between 18 and 70 in each of the 3 squads: Senior, Intermediate and Progression.

Where there are races with masters categories, or races such as Vets Head, crews are then formed either within or across the squads, depending on numbers.

In recent years, Cantabs women’s crews have won events at the British Rowing Masters ChampionshipsVet Fours Head of the River and Pairs Head, as well as performing well at Vets Head and Henley Masters, and in masters categories at open regattas.

To find out more about the different women’s squads at Cantabs, click here.

Masters Men

As with the women’s squads, masters age men can be found across all of the different men’s squads and crews at Cantabs. These squads range from those which aim at national events such as Vets Head and British Masters, to those who row more casually and for fun.

“Dad’s army” take to the water for Cambridge Christmas Head

These squads and crews train anything from once per week to 5 times per week, and welcome new members throughout the year. If you are interested in one of these squads, please contact our men’s captain to find out more.

If you are of masters age but are able to train and compete at a high level, please read more about our Senior Men’s Squad.

Learn to row

If you are of masters age (27+) and would like to learn to row, see the Learn to Row page for details.