Lent Bumps 2005

Lent Bumps 2005

The Lent Bumps 2005 were a series of rowing races held at Cambridge University from Tuesday March 1, 2005 until Saturday March 5, 2005. The event was run as a bumps race and is the most recent in the series of Lent Bumps which have been held annually in late-February or early March since 1887. See Lent Bumps for the format of the races. This year, a total of 121 crews took part (69 men's crews and 52 women's crews), with around 1000 participants in total. Several thousand spectators came to watch, particularly on the Saturday.

Head of the River crews

men "rowed-over" in 1st position, achieving the headship for the 5th time since 1999 (and 4th consecutive headship).

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Highest 2nd VIIIs

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Links to races in other years



Bumps Charts

Below are the bumps charts for all 4 men's and all 3 women's divisions, with the men's event on the left and women's event on the right. The bumps chart represents the progress of every crew over all four days of the racing. To follow the progress of any particular crew, simply find the crew's name on the left side of the chart and follow the line to the end-of-the-week finishing position on the right of the chart.

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