Henley Womens Regatta draw now out (#hwr2011 #hwr11 #marlowregatta)

The HWR draw is now out and looks like a few crews will be doing the Friday time trials. If you are travelling a long way to take part and want to guarantee some side by side racing over the weekend then the new Women's eights and coxed fours events on the Sunday of Marlow Regatta may be just for you. Plus, if you do get through the HWR qualifiers and let us know we'll refund your entry fee. So what do you have to lose?

Whatever you decide, good luck and have a great weekends racing. Looks like the 18th & 19th June will have some great racing at both Henley Women's and Marlow Regattas.

By Mike Spencer-Jones
7th Jun, 4:58pm
Close of entries - make sure your Marlow Regatta entry is complete (#MarlowRegatta)

With the close of entries looming we would like to remind competitors that only fully completed entries received by the deadline will be accepted. Incomplete entries will not be placed into the draw.

Fully completed entries comprise of an entry in BROE and payment received by the regatta, either on-line through BROE or by cheque to the Entries Secretary.

Entries close on Wednesday 8th June at 20:00

All accepted entries will be published on Friday 10th June.

By Mike Spencer-Jones
7th Jun, 3:39pm
BREAKING NEWS : Cadbury's Spots V Stripes will be @MarlowRegatta, Dorney Lake

As well as high class rowing, a subscriber's enclosure, bar and children's games the Cadbury's Spots V Stripes roadshow will be on site at Dorney Lake for both days of the 2011 Marlow Regatta. They will be running fun games, giving away some chocolate and the opportunity to win 2012 Olympic tickets. Come along, choose your side, Spots or Stripes, and have some fun in between watching the racing.

Cadbury has created Spots v Stripes, the biggest, most funnest game ever to celebrate their role as Official Treat Provider to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

For full details of Spots V Stripes please visit their website.

By Mike Spencer-Jones
6th Jun, 7:12pm
Marlow joins the summer Master's rowing circuit (#marlowregatta)

Marlow Regatta, held at Dorney Lake, has joined the events holding master's rowing events and finds itself sitting between the British Rowing Master's Championships and Henley Master's Regatta. Master's rowing is currently one of the largest growing areas in rowing and Marlow Regatta is please to be able to offer the Master's crews, both male & female, an opportunity to race on the 2012 Olympic regatta course at Dorney Lake.

We hope to see your club's Masters crews at this year's regatta on Sunday 19th June. Don't forget the entries close at 20:00 this Wednesday (8th June).

By Mike Spencer-Jones
5th Jun, 7:04pm
What's new lake side at the 2011 Marlow Regatta (#marlowregatta)

In addition to the Subscribers Enclosure, general bar & catering stalls, trade stands, reserved parking and marquee pitches that are an annual presence at Dorney Lake for Marlow Regatta, we will also be having some entertainment for the children. On both days of the regatta we will be having a large bouncy slide, bungee trampolenes and a children's roundabout. These will be positioned with the catering van at the large tree, just by the tow path enroute from the car park to the finish. This should be plenty to keep the children occupied for a while, so why not bring the family along with a picnic (there's plenty of space) to enjoy a quiet day out (oh, and watch the exciting racing too).

You will also be able to keep up with the race commentary by listening in on 87.7FM, thanks to Regatta Radio, who are helping us broadcast over the radio for the first time.

By Mike Spencer-Jones
2nd Jun, 8:20pm
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