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

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

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