6 minutes 10 seconds
| 4½ lengths|
21 March 1993
| Cambridge University Women's Boat Club|
The Championship Course, London
The 48th Women's Boat Race took place on 21 March 1993. The contest was between crews from the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge and held as part of the Henley Boat Races along a two-kilometre course.
Women's Boat Race 1993 Wikipedia
The first Women's Boat Race was conducted on The Isis in 1927.
Oxford were stroked by Phoebe White, an Under-23 international sculler. Oxford initially took the lead but were overtaken by Cambridge after a minute who were warned by the umpire for taking Oxford's water. Cambridge increased their lead and won by 4½ lengths in a time of 6 minutes 10 seconds taking the cumulative wins to 31 to Cambridge and 17 for Oxford. The Cambridge reserve boat won by 1½ lengths in a time of 6 minutes 22 seconds taking the cumulative wins to 16 for Cambridge and 6 for Oxford.