|The Oxford and Cambridge Men's and Women's Varsity Crews, 2015. This is the first day that both the men's and women's|
Boat Races were held on the same day, over the same course.
|Putney to Mortlake - two stops on the train.|
This was a race with historic meaning because it is the first one in which the women compete over the same course on the same day as the men. This was a long-running goal of the sponsor of the women's race, Newton Investment Management.
A German TV Clip on YouTube shows the entire men's varsity race with no advertising. Watch the whole race - beautifully recorded and, it seems, the first to be posted online.
The BBC Story includes two clips showing finishing half-minute of both varsity races (men's and women's), each preceded by a half-minute of advertising.
Interviews with the rowers after the races by Universal Sports
The Telegraph emphasizes the outcome of the women's race.
Other Media (more than 200 articles/clips)
Oxford, heavily favored, won every race - the varsity men's and women's races and the two reserve boat races.
The Oxford women's boat has won 12 of the last 16 races against Cambridge.
Cambridge maintain a lead over the life of the Boat Race, for both of the Blue Boat races - the varsity men's boat (79 Cambridge, 81 Oxford) and the varsity women's boat (41 Cambridge, 29 Oxford).