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Congratulations Claire and Sam

last modified Apr 03, 2017 05:04 PM
Claire Lambe (Womens boat) and Sam Wilson (Goldie boat) both took part in the Boat Race on Sunday 2nd April.
Congratulations Claire and Sam

Photo credit: Jordan Mansfield/Getty Images

Claire was part of the Women's winning team who beat Oxford in a record breaking time of  18min 34sec. They are the first team to  to break 19 minutes, and beats several of the recent winning times in the men’s contest too.

Congratulations to you both for making the teams.

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