Henley Sculls is scheduled to take place on Saturday 5th November 2022.
We will, once again, be running over a course of approximately 3,000 metres upstream from the bottom of Greenlands to the Royal Regatta finish.
We look forward to having you racing with us.
HENLEY SCULLS IS CANCELLED (11:30am 4/11/22)
Very heavy rain on Wednesday night and Thursday has caused the ground (car parking and boating areas) to become waterlogged, with standing water in places. Sadly it has not drained overnight. With more heavy rain forecast for Saturday conditions will deteriorate further, hence we are unable to use the HRR land and have no option but to cancel.
We are very disappointed, as will you be. We had a fabulous entry! But we hope you will understand and please do come and race with us in February at the Fours & Eights Head.
REFUNDS OF 92% HAVE NOW BEEN PROCESSED. (9/11/22)
Having assessed our costs, I'm pleased to report that we were able to avoid some and minimise most.
Some costs however are always unavoidable, hence we have refunded 92% via BROE
Event Documents & Information will appear here in a timely manner:
Results, see our results page (or click links below to go to results page):
We aim to publish "live times" during the day (so do bring your smart phone...).
I would stress that these are PROVISIONAL and subject to correction and handicapping may not yet have been done.
Final results will, as ever, be posted following the conclusion of racing on our Results page.
Please be aware that we only have access to regatta land on the day of our event.
Gates open at 7:30 am. Please do NOT arrive before this. This also applies to Leander's Car park which is the property of HRR.
We aim to lock the gates at 4:30 pm latest, so please do aim to leave site in good time...
Please note that visitors to/competitors at our event are not permitted to erect any gazebos or little tents on HRR land.
Neither should any private BBQs be lit on site. (We do have a refreshment tent.)
We are grateful for the support of the Stewards of Henley Royal Regatta and ask for your cooperation to help us maintain this.