Racing at Henley Royal Regatta
23 May

Weighing of Coxswains

For reasons of welfare and in line with the recent amendments to FISA rules, all coxswains competing at the 2017 Regatta shall carry a minimum weight of 55kg. (8st. 9lb.). To make up this minimum weight, a coxswain shall be required to carry deadweight throughout the race, which shall be placed in the boat as close as possible to the coxswain.

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HRR Partners
03 May

Henley Royal Regatta unveils Official Partners for first time in its 178-year history.

Henley Royal Regatta is delighted to announce that it has partnered with three prestigious...

Working at Henley Royal Regatta
21 February

Henley Royal Regatta attracts over 300,000 spectators each year and is one of the most prestigious sporting and social occasions in the world.

We recruit a number of temporary staff each year in a wide variety of roles to help stage the Regatta.

For more information please download the...

Umpire at Henley Royal Regatta
06 December

The Henley Royal Regatta is to introduce three new events for women to the 2017 race schedule.

This exciting development will mean there will be equal events for men and women in the open categories of the world-renowned Regatta without impact on the duration of the event, which will retain its current five-day format.

Women’s Qualification Rules Women’s Fours FOR FOUR OARS. The...

Stewards at Henley Royal Regatta
06 December

Election of Steward (Dr Lady Elizabeth-Ann Redgrave)

 

Dr Lady Elizabeth-Ann Redgrave has been elected a Steward of the Regatta.

Ann was educated in Berkshire where she attended Maidenhead High School for Girls. Ann started rowing in 1981 when she first became interested in Sports Preventative Medicine. She represented Great...

Umpire at Henley Royal Regatta
06 December

Election of Steward (Jim Harlow, Esq.)

 

Jim Harlow, Esq. has been elected a Steward of the Regatta. 

Jim Harlow was educated in Oundle School and took up rowing at Birmingham University, where he was Captain and began coaching.

After a year in Australia, where he rowed for Adelaide Rowing Club, he...

Umpire at Henley Royal Regatta
06 December

Election of Steward (Ben Helm Esq.)

 

Ben Helm, Esq. has been elected a Steward of the Regatta.

Ben Helm started his rowing on the Union Canal in Edinburgh at George Heriot’s School and continued at Edinburgh University, moving to the Tideway in 1986. There, he initially rowed at Thames Tradesmen before moving to London...

Umpire at Henley Royal Regatta
06 December

Election of Steward (Miriam Luke)

 

Miriam Luke has been elected a Steward of the Regatta. Miriam was educated at St Mary’s Hall, Dauntsey’s School and Southampton University where she studied Biochemistry and Physiology. Miriam has worked at both the British Olympic Association and London 2012 where she managed the Olympic Rowing and Canoeing Village. She...

Racing at Henley Royal Regatta
06 December

Amendments to the Qualification & General Rules for 2017

The Henley Royal Regatta is to introduce three new events for women to the 2017 race schedule.

This exciting development will mean there will be equal events for men and women in the open categories of the world-renowned Regatta without impact on the duration of the event, which will retain its...