Nick Norgate (Radley and Nottingham University) is now working as an Architect in Dubai. He has signed up to run the Cork Marathon on the 6th of June, on behalf of HMCRT, following successful completion of the Dubai Marathon in January.
Many have been following Theo Brun's slow trajectory across China as he continues on his bike ride from Hong Kong to the UK. He has now reached Urumqi in the province of Xinjiang where he is taking a few days rest (and awaiting the issue of a Kazakh visa) before continuing on towards Kashgar and then into the "Stans".
We are delighted to report that the HMCRT has received over 80 donations in the last 8 months which has allowed us to finance the purchase of a refrigerated microfuge which is in use at the John Radcliffe Hospital.
Cambridge University Boat Club travels to the Shanghai water sports center in Qingpu, Shanghai to compete in the 4th China International Universities Regatta.
Cambridge University men's rowing eight recently took out the Harry Mahon Memorial Trophy at the Gallagher Great Race on the Waikato River in Hamilton, New Zealand.
The HMCRT is pleased to have visited the John Radcliffe Hospital at Oxford University and formally presented funds to finance the ongoing purchase of state-of-the-art HPLC equipment.
On September 30th, Darren, an oarsman from the Henley Rowing Club, will compete in an ergometer row-a-thon at Dorney Lake in Windsor, home of the 2006 World Rowing Champs. The HMCRT is pleased to support Darren as he races 4K on an ergometer, switches to a 30K bike ride and finishes with a 7.5K run.
Henley Rowing Club oarsman and HMCRT supporter Darren Rhodes competed in 4K ergometer, 30K bike ride and 7.5K run on and around the 2006 World Rowing Champs Lake Dorney venue.
On Monday, November 27th, Richard McElroy completed the 1200km solo ride.
On November 27th, Richard McElroy (Goldie 2000-2002) successfully completed the 1,200km solo ride. As of Friday June 8, £3,500 has been raised for Richard's effort; Please continue to support and donate.
John O'Loghlen finishes 44th out of 122 starters in the Mt. Kinabalu Climbathon. Read full race report (PDF) - support John and donate now.
HMCRT's John O'Loghlen Finishes 44th of 122 starters in the 19th Mt. Kinabalu Climbathon, finishing in 4 hours and 38 minutes, 8 minutes outside the "BuffSkyRunners" world circuit course cut-off time.
Amount Raised: 7,000 GBP
Amount Raised: 10,000 GB