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Boat Race 2015: Oxford do the double as Men follow suit to beat Cambridge by six lengths

Both Oxford's Men's and Women's crews powered to victory in the annual University Boat Races

Oxford Women celebrate their crushing victory over Cambridge

Women's Boat Race 2015: Oxford power to victory to continue their recent dominance over Cambridge on historic day

The first ever Women's Boat Race on the Tideway saw the Dark Blues win by six-and-a-half lengths

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Boat Race 2015 LIVE: Latest action from Oxford vs Cambridge Men's and Women's Boat Races

Follow the latest action from the Tideway on the River Thames as Oxford defend their Boat Race title against Cambridge in the university battle

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Reanne Evans faces Ken Doherty in qualifying on Thursday

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Maddy Badcott, left, and Caryn Davies will participate in the first women’s Boat Race to be held on the same day, and same course, as the men’s event

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A race for both sexes will get equal billing for the first time next Saturday, in a timely victory for fairness

The Oxford crew training on the Thames for next Saturday’s annual showdown

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Boat Race 2015: Oxford University Women's team rescued from the River Thames after sinking in choppy waters

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