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Friday update: v3 of the provisional programme is here (a few more changes and a couple of collapsed races)

(pdf also available to download from the bottom of this page)

You can also view the draw, and follow results on the RaceManager website: this will be updated live during the day.

Competitor documents are now available on the Safety/Welfare page.

The CarPark gates will open at 7am on Saturday morning and there will be a £10.00 parking charge to all cars (apart from subscribers and sponsors who have tickets). Towing vehicles will not be subject to this charge.

Please do not try to park on the site on Friday.

Parking space will be limited and we encourage you to car share if at all possible.

The regatta course is approximately 800m in length, running upstream towards Henley over part of the famous Henley Royal Regatta course, much of which was also used for the 1908 and 1948 Olympic Games.

We will run the regatta in two main divisions: one in the morning, one in the afternoon.  This means you can comfortably race to a final in two events during the day, to make the most of your trip to Henley.  But doubling up within a division is entirely at your risk, and we do not adjust the racing timetable to accommodate it.

The morning division will run from about 9am to lunchtime, the afternoon division from lunchtime to about 7pm. Precise timing will depend on the entry, and the changeover between divisions usually occurs sometime between 1pm to 2:30pm.


1.     No competitor will be allowed to double up in IM2 and Novice Sculls

2.     Minimum number of entries. If there is only one entry it will be placed in the next highest Senior category. If there are less than THREE entries for any Masters category, they will be combined with the next youngest category, and a handicap will be applied. State clearly when you enter on BROE if you do not wish to be re-allocated in this way.

3.     Competitors who enter more than one event in a Division do so at their own risk, and no-one (including coxswains) will be allowed to enter more than two events.

4.     Doubling up (including boat sharing) within a Division must be clearly notified before the closing date for entries.

5.     Mixed crews must comprise an equal number of male and female competitors (excluding coxes).


1.     Entries will only be accepted via BROE, and close on Saturday 22 July at Noon.

2.     Primary Events can be entered via BROE.

3.     Payment should be received by the closing date for entries, and must be made via BROE. Unpaid entries will not be included in the Draw.

4.     All competitors must be registered with British Rowing.

5.     If there is a possibility of a change of status between the time you enter and the date of the regatta, make this clear on BROE when you enter so we can allow for it in the draw.


1.     The draw will take place at Henley Rowing Club on Sunday 23 July.

2.     The Committee reserves the right to refuse an entry without giving a reason.

3.     Vehicles towing boat trailers will be admitted free: all other vehicles will be charged.


1.     You must register on regatta day at least 40 minutes before the time of your first race.

2.     All competitors must bring their Racing Licences with them to the regatta.

3.     All boats must carry a 6-digit id in accordance with BR Rule of Racing 7-2-8-e.

4.     Coxes must provide their own deadweight. 

Any questions regarding entries can be made to the Entries Secretary (temporarily Rod Murray)

Telephone 07770 276300, e-mail



 Competitors please note that no vehicle or trailer is to drive over, or park on, 

the HRR Boat Tent area to the left of the main vehicle entrance.

Click here to open a map showing the location of the Regatta.
Henley Town Regatta,
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Henley Town Regatta,
22 Jun 2017, 01:04
Henley Town Regatta,
28 Jul 2017, 04:42