Inside Lines: Saturday 2nd July, 2011

Daily briefing notes from the Press Office at Henley Royal RegattaToday at HenleyToday’s racing includes a full programme of semi-finals starting at 09.30 and finishing at 19.30. There will be 42 races featuring world and Olympic champions and medallists as well as leading crews from Universities, Colleges, Schools and Clubs across the 19 events.Yesterday at […]

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Pinsent and Redgrave’s records fall at Henley Royal Regatta

GB Rowing Team members gave the home crowd something to celebrate today at Henley Royal Regatta when they broke long-standing records held by Sir Steve Redgrave and Sir Matt Pinsent.Current world silver medallists Marcus Bateman and Matt Wells were two seconds quicker to the Barrier, at 1:56, than Redgrave and Adam Clift’s time set in […]

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Inside Lines: Friday 1st July, 2011

Daily briefing notes from the Press Office at Henley Royal RegattaToday at HenleyRacing starts at 08.30 with a full programme of quarter-finals. There are 64 races in store today finishing at 18.50.Temple crews steal big guns thunderOn the surface, yesterday was a day that should be remembered for the first appearance of some stellar international […]

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Press Release – Thursday 30th June

Records fall at Henley in the Temple Challenge CupThe Freshmen of University of California, Berkeley, departed the script of warm-up to the Olympic stars by breaking records this morning in the Temple Challenge Cup, beating a strong Dutch crew in the process.They reached the Barrier in 1:46 and Fawley in 3:00 and finished in 6:21.  […]

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Inside Lines: Thursday 30th June, 2011

Inside Lines: Thursday 30 June, 2011Daily briefing notes from the Press Office at Henley Royal RegattaToday at Henley – Big guns join the frayAfter a successful day of exciting club, school, college and University rowing yesterday some big international guns appear for the first time today. All eyes on the AussiesAustralians were the talk of the boathouses […]

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Inside Lines: Wednesday 29 June, 2011

Inside Lines: Wednesday 29 June, 2011Daily briefing notes from the Press Office at Henley Royal RegattaToday at Henley – A feast in storeWelcome to the 162nd Henley Royal Regatta.  We have world and Olympic champions amongst the 302 crews competing in 294 races over the next five days which look set to be a feast of […]

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New Boat Licence Scheme

There have been changes to the arrangements for the licensing of rowing craft and Henley Royal Regatta can no longer provide temporary licences to competing crews. An Environment Agency Licence MUST be fixed to every boat competing or training at the Regatta. Boats must have been registered and paid for through the British Rowing / […]

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