Today, there was much messing about in boats on the river Thames in leafy green South West London. Earlier this afternoon, rowers from Britain's historic universities, Oxford and Cambridge, slugged it out in the 155th . However, there was much other activity on, and by, the river throughout the day...
Here's all the action in pictures..
One of the river races preceding the big showdown, seen along the way.
And, in this one, there's more than two boats racing!
Row, row, row your boat gently down the stream... The finishing post at - Dark blue colour markings signify Oxford (that being the university's colour); and light blue, Cambridge.
Crowds opposite the finishing point - conveniently, there is a pub there too.
After much anticipation waiting at the finishing line, a boat appears from around the corner - and it's Oxford. Having been behind after the start, they retook the lead and have pulled away. They look like they are still going strong..
And then the Cambridge boat follows, with a small armada of other boats in its wake.
It's Oxford all the way... And Oxford win by three and half lengths (of a boat), taking 17 minutes to complete the 4 miles 375 yards (6.78km) . This brings their total tally of wins to 75, but...
Whilst the Cambridge crew cross the line feeling gutted, they may take some consolation from the fact that Cambridge still leads the series overall with a total of 79 wins.
All the same, Oxford seem to be on a winning streak, having won 4 times in the last 5 years. So, if they keep it up, they may have more even more cause to celebrate! (Photos by Charles Morgan)