Finals Day in Numbers

After a record Entry, domestically and from overseas, Henley Royal Regatta and five days of intense competition, Finals Days promises world-class competition across every level; schools, clubs, universities and countries. 

24 International finalists 46%

7 all-international finals 27%

8 Nations (Australia, China, Denmark, Germany, Great Britain, Norway, New Zealand and Denmark)

11 Tokyo gold medallists*  

12 USA crews in finals

7 Australian crews in finals (+ Tokyo Olympic medallist, Jessica Morrison, in Race 4) 

5 Leander boats

4 Thames boats

4 Brookes boats

2 Windsor Boys’ boats in The Fawley Challenge Cup (Junior Men's Quad Sculls) – Windsor ‘A’  v Windsor ‘B’

Both the elite eights races (The Grand and The Remenham) are GBR v AUS

*Tokyo Gold Medallists in the following races:

Race 4 - Hambleden - 11:30am

the USA-Australian pair of Meghan Musnicki and Jessica Morrison. Australia’s Morrison won gold in the Women’s Coxless Four in Tokyo. 

(USA’s Musnicki is a two-time Olympic gold medallist (London and Rio) five-time World Champion. She was fourth at the Tokyo Olympics in the Women’s Eight). 

Race 10 - Stewards’ (went straight to final, so making first appearance this year) - 12:30pm  

Rowing Australia 

Three gold medallists from Tokyo in the Men's Four (Alex Purnell, Spencer Turrin and Jack Hargreaves). Jack O'Brian from the Aussie men's eight that finished 6th in Tokyo is the new fourth member. 

Race 13 - Princess Grace - 13:00

The Chinese National Rowing Team won Henley 2019 (the first Chinese winners at the Regatta) and include three of the women’s quad that won gold in Tokyo -Yunxia Chen, Yang Lyu and Xiao Tong Cui.

Race 17 - Remenham - 15:00

Rowing Australia 

They have two of the four (W4-), Lucy Stephan and Annabelle McIntyre who won gold in Tokyo.

Race 25 - Goblets - 16:20

Matt Macdonald and Tom Mackintosh were both part of NZ’s Olympic gold medal-winning eight from Tokyo.