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2014 Oxford vs Cambridge Boat Race

Oxford gets the win by 1:06 a distance of 11 lengths, as Cambridge is blamed for their own troubles, being out of their water.

2014 Oxford vs Cambridge Boat Race: Interviews

Oxford men Karl Hudspith, Malcolm Howard, and Constantine Louloudis talk about their big win, while Luke Juckett and Steve Dudek about their disappointment.

2014 Oxford-Cambridge Boat Rowing Race: London, UK

April 6th 2014 will see The 160th Boat Race between crews from the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge. First raced in 1829, The Boat Race is one of the oldest sporting events in the world.

2013 Rugby Varsity Match: Oxford vs Cambridge: Red Card

After 132 matches, Sam Egerton, playing for Oxford, gets the distinction of being the first man ejected in The Varsity Match. But even with 14 players, Oxford would go on to win, 33-15.

2013 Rugby Varsity Match: Oxford vs Cambridge: Trys

Check out all the tries as Oxford defeats Cambridge, four tries to two (33-15), even one by captain John Carter, the first to ever win three Varsity Games.

2013 Rugby Varsity Match: Oxford vs Cambridge: Great Tackle

Near the end of the first quarter, Jack Baker for Cambridge was down with a injury getting looked at, as the action came back his way, he jumps up to make the tackle.

2013 Rugby Varsity Match: Oxford vs Cambridge: Interviews

Oxford captain John Carter, now the winningest Varsity Captain (three wins), talks about the win and Cambridge captain Will Briggs talks about the loss.

2013 Rugby Varsity Match: Oxford vs Cambridge

The 132nd Rugby Varsity Match, for the fourth straight year, Oxford claims victory over Cambridge, 33-15. Cambridge still leads the series, 61 wins to 57 (14 draws).

Rugby: Oxford v. Cambridge Varsity Rugby

The Varsity Match at Twickenham in December has been the focus of Oxford and Cambridge rivalry since 1872. The 132nd edition takes place on Thursday, December 12 at Twickenham Stadium.

Oxford gain revenge by eclipsing Cambridge in Boat Race

LONDON, March 31 (Reuters) – Oxford buried memories of their painful defeat 12 months ago as they surged past Cambridge to win the 159th University Boat Race by almost two lengths on a chilly and windy River Thames on Sunday. Last year Oxford felt they had been robbed of the win after Cambridge won a […]

2013 Oxford vs Cambridge University Boat Race: London: Alex Woods interview

Alex Woods discussed what it felt like to watch Oxford win after being taken to the hospital at the end of last year’s competition.

2013 Oxford vs Cambridge University Boat Race: London: Team Oxford interviews

Constantine Louloudis, Oskar Zorrila, Alex Davidson and Karl Hudspith discuss how important this win was for Oxford University.

2013 Oxford vs Cambridge University Boat Race: London: Oxford wins

Oxford put on a dominating performance as they lead from start to finish, earning their 77th victory. A win meant a lot to Oxford as they lost last year’s controversial boat race by 4 1/4 lengths.

Rowing: The University Race 2013: Oxford vs. Cambridge

The Boat Race is an annual rowing race between the Oxford University Boat Club and the Cambridge University Boat Club, rowed between competing eights on the River Thames in London, England.

2012 Varsity Match: Oxford vs Cambridge: Best hits and tackles

Watch a collection of the best hits and tackles as Oxford gets the win against Cambridge, 26-19.

2012 Varsity Match: Oxford vs Cambridge

In their 131st match, Oxford mounts a comeback in the second half with 20 unanswered points against Cambridge to win their third consecutive Varsity Match, 26-19.

Ten Years On, Athens 2004 Gives Greece Little to Cheer

PHOTO CREDIT: REUTERS/YANNIS BEHRAKIS (Reuters) – It was billed as a chance to transform Greece’s image abroad and boost growth but 10 years after the country hosted the world’s greatest sporting extravaganza there is little to celebrate at the birthplace of the modern Olympic Games. Many of the once-gleaming Olympic venues which crackled with activity have […]

Dominic “Dom” Gill – Biography

Dominic “Dom” Gill is a 32-year-old adventure filmmaker, creator and director of Take A Seat: Egypt. Born in Oxford, United Kingdom, Gill is a biologist by trade who, at the age of 25, jumped ship from the corporate world of environmental consulting to fulfill his dream as an adventurer and filmmaker. It didn’t take too […]

Unsung Sports: Modern Pentathlon

Andrei Moiseev of Russia shoots during the Combined Running/Shooting during the modern pentathlon World Championships at Ippodromo di Tor di Quinto on May 11, 2012 in Rome, Italy. (Photo by Paolo Bruno/Getty Images) By Mike Tierney, Special to Universal Sports The name of modern pentathlon brings to mind an old joke: Why do they call […]

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Final countdown starts to London Games

People pass by an artwork painted on a wall in East London depicting the Olympic rings which was created by a street art organisation called “The Toasters” April 18, 2012. The Toasters are releasing a limited edition screen print of the design to mark the 100 day point before the opening ceremony for the London […]

 
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