20 June

Henley Royal Regatta is breaking records again this year with 660 entries, an increase of almost 100 on the benchmark set in 2018, with 159 overseas crews representing 17 nations, around 1900 athletes.

Highlights of the 2019 entry include the mixed military crews of the King’s Cup, strong international representation...

23 January

In commemoration of the centenary of the 1919 Royal Henley Peace Regatta, Military VIIIs will once again compete against each other at Henley Royal Regatta after a one hundred year hiatus.

For the first time, male and female military athletes will row in the same boat at an elite international event. The King’s Cup will see crews from the original six nations of Australia, Canada,...

04 December

HENLEY ROYAL REGATTA
STEWARDS’ DECEMBER MEETING 2018

Today, Henley Royal Regatta is delighted to announce the election of three new Stewards:

  • Alison Faiers
    • A British Rowing Multi-lane Umpire. Alison has volunteered at the Regatta for many years.
  • Sarah Cook
    • Australian rower and former...

04 December

HENLEY ROYAL REGATTA
STEWARDS’ DECEMBER MEETING 2018

Today, Henley Royal Regatta has announced a new Rule and amendments to the event’s current regulations. The Rule has been introduced to ensure the highest level of sportsmanship at next year’s Regatta.

New General Rule

The Stewards added a new General Rule under Unsporting...

24 June

Follow a meeting of the Committee on Sunday 24th June, details of the Qualifying Races for the 2018 Henley Royal Regatta have now been published

General Information on Qualifying can be found here.

Names of Crews Required to Qualify can be ...

21 June

The 2018 edition of the Henley Royal Regatta will see the third-largest entry on record, with 565 boats divided up into 454 domestic and 111 overseas crews.

Mahe Drysdale will return to Henley Royal Regatta as a five-times winner of The Diamond Challenge Sculls, aiming to equal Stuart Mackenzie’s record of six victories. Drysdale, who last competed at the Regatta in 2016 but lost in...

20 June

Henley Royal Regatta is delighted to announce Moët & Chandon as the Official Champagne Partner of Henley Royal Regatta. The long-term partnership with the world’s largest champagne brand will see Moët & Chandon exclusively supply champagne to the Stewards’ and Regatta Enclosures.

Adding to the prestige and spectacle of the event, Moët & Chandon will become...

Working at Henley Royal Regatta
16 March

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

We recruit a number of temporary staff each year in a wide variety of roles to help stage the Regatta. Applications for 2018 are now closed.

12 December

HENLEY ROYAL REGATTA
STEWARDS’ DECEMBER MEETING 2017

Henley Royal Regatta has officially named the three new women’s events introduced at the 2017 Regatta. A new trophy for each event is currently being specially designed and commissioned for presentation at the 2018 Regatta. The Stewards are delighted to announce the three new event names....

12 December

HENLEY ROYAL REGATTA
STEWARDS’ DECEMBER MEETING 2017

Amendments to the Qualification & General Rules for 2018

 

The Temple and The Prince Albert Challenge Cups

Rule 1(e) – Change

The Stewards have decided to add “a Senior European...

12 December

HENLEY ROYAL REGATTA
STEWARDS’ DECEMBER MEETING 2017

S. H. M. Hosking, M.B.E. has been elected a Steward of the Regatta.

Sophie was educated at Kingston Grammar School and read Chemistry and Physics at Trevelyan College, Durham, graduating in 2007.

Sophie was a regular medallist in the lightweight team; winning...

12 December

HENLEY ROYAL REGATTA
STEWARDS’ DECEMBER MEETING 2017

Dr Catherine Tillett (nee Bishop) has been elected a Steward of the Regatta.

Catherine was born in Leigh-on-Sea and educated at Westcliff High School for Girls.  Her rowing career started while studying German and Russian at Pembroke College, Cambridge.  After...