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Twelve races were held between 18, at which point the race became an annual tradition, breaking only for the First and Second World Wars.Cambridge lead the men’s series by 83 wins to 80, with many wins for both crews coming in streaks.

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He has coached many US medal-winning crews as Assistant Coach to the US Women’s Senior and Under-23 Team. The Oxford men’s crew is coached by former GB coach Sean Bowden, who has held the role since 1997 and has overseen 12 wins in that period. Bowden’s former assistant Andy Nelder is Head Coach of Oxford University Women’s Boat Club.Oxford won 14 of 17 races between 18 and then took nine in a row in the 1890s.Cambridge dominated the race after World War One, winning 16 of the 17 races between 19.Phelps represented Cambridge three times from 1993-1995, winning all three contests. He rowed for Cambridge in the 1984 Boat Race and represented GB at the 1984 World Rowing Championships.Serving Oxford since 1242, we at The Bear Inn know what’s important...Oxford nearly overturned their huge deficit by winning 16 of the 17 races between 19, before Cambridge pulled away again with seven wins in a row.

The Dark Blue Oxford crew have pulled back again since the Millennium, winning 12 of the 19 races to trail the series 80-83.

Last year, the Cambridge women engineered an emphatic victory over their Oxford counterparts, winning by a seven-length margin in a time of 19.06.

The Light Blues were equally dominant in the Men’s Boat Race finishing three lengths ahead of Oxford in 17.51.

While the first rowing event between women’s crews from Oxford and Cambridge took place in 1927, the first side-by-side race was contested in 1936.

Until 1976, including a 12-year stretch with no racing between 19, the race location alternated between the Isis in Oxford and the Cam in Cambridge before moving to Henley-on-Thames.

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