Unexploded WW2 bomb found in Thames

Posted April 02, 2017

Michelle Dite, race director of the Boat Race, said: "At this stage the races will go ahead as planned". The Oxford kings or the Cambridge warriors, last year it was the year of Cambridge University boys let's see who will score this year's might championship.

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An unexploded Second World II bomb has been found in London's River Thames near the start of Sunday's Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race, police said on Saturday (April 1). This year the event will be held on Sunday 2 April 2017.

Ashton Brown, the Cambridge women's president, was in that boat, and despite ending up in hospital a week later with pneumonia, she is one of two members of the crew returning this year, along with the Frenchwoman Myriam Goudet.

Oxford University are favorite to win Saturday's Boat Race against its arch-rival Cambridge University.