Sport videos - The Cambridge Pulse

The Cambridge Pulse is a short film celebrating sport in Cambridge, which was premiered at the Cambridge Sporting Celebration Dinner on Saturday 12 May 2012 and launched online on 23 May. We teamed up with the wonderful Cambridge Filmworks to go behind the scenes at Varsity matches, training sessions and sporting events.

Further videos and stories will appear on this page, bringing you game footage, photos from the archives and extended interviews with our scholar-athletes, Olympian alumni and sporting aficionados. You can also follow us on Twitter @CARO1209 #campulse for updates live from Varsity matches such as the Boat Races, and subscribe to the Cambridge Alumni YouTube Channel.

23 May 2012 - The Cambridge Pulse

We'd be delighted to hear your comments or for you to share your sporting stories, be they memories from your time at Cambridge or about your involvement in the 2012 Games.




17 April 2012 - Cambridge Sporting Celebration Dinner

See who's coming to the Cambridge Sporting Celebration Dinner. How many do you recognise? Read the full attendee list.

 


26 March 2012 - Henley Boat Races

Cambridge win Victor Ludorum at the Henley Boat Races for the first time in 11 years. Watch highlights and look out for the crab. Read the race report.




23 March 2012 - Women's Boat Club on Training Camp

January 2012, the Cambridge University Women's Boat Club travelled to Soustons in France for their annual training camp. They were gearing up for the Henley Boat Races on Sunday 25th March. Follow #hbr2012 for updates.




20 March 2012 / 1951 - University Gym Opening

Photographs from the opening of Fenner's in 1951, dug out from the depths of the Sports Department archives.




6 March 2012 - Varsity Boxing Match

Absolutely electric atmosphere at the 105th Varsity Boxing Match at the Oxford Town Hall, as the CUABC squad swap gown for glove.




2 March 2012 - Cambridge Rowing Lent Bumps

816 rowers, 102 coxes, 31 bumps, 21 cannon shots, 6 divisions, 1 re-row. We had cameras on the bank and in the boats to capture some of action.