King's student helps row "Blondie" to victory

Congratulations to medical student Fanny Belais, who was part of the Reserve Boat crew that emerged victorious in the annual Boat Race.

Rowing at stroke for the Cambridge Women's Reserve Boat, Fanny helped "Blondie" overcome their Oxford counterparts "Osiris", as the Cambridge rowers secured a clean sweep of all four races on Sunday.

Fanny is in the fourth year of her medical degree having begun her studies at King's in 2014. She previously rowed in the bow seat of the Cambridge Women's Blue Boat in the 2015 Boat Race, when Cambridge was defeated

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