The story of Marlow Regatta

Marlow Regatta 1919Marlow Regatta is one of the multi-lane regattas in the British Rowing calendar, attracting a large entry from schools, clubs and universities from around the UK along with overseas crews who are preparing for Henley Royal Regatta.

It is an independent regatta that is organised by a committee of volunteers on behalf of the regatta Subscribers.

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2018 Charity

For 2018 we are supporting Macmillan Cancer Support and the Stroke Association

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The 164th Marlow Regatta will take place on Saturday 22nd June 2019 at Dorney Lake, Eton.


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Thanks to all competitors, spectators, sponsors and volunteers for supporting the 2017 Marlow Regatta. We hope you enjoyed the racing and had a great day. Best of luck to those going on to Henley Royal Regatta.

full results are available at regattamasteronline.com.

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The full list of entries, race schedule and draw is now available at regattamasteronline.com

or for mobile users please go to m.regattamaster.com where you can also get results, information and track the finals as they happen.

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The full list of entries for the 2017 Marlow Regatta is now available. Please see the regatta page for details.

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We are very grateful to all those who help support Marlow Regatta at Dorney Lake by becoming a Subscriber.

You can Subscribe online on themarlowregatta.com or download a paper form that can be printed and posted back to us.

In addition to supporting the regatta, Subscribers can also benefit from booking course side parking and marquee slots, have access to the Subscriber's tent and also order picnic hampers.

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The order of events for each of the time-trials, and also for the finals, has now been published on the regatta page in the downloads section.

The order of races for the finals will also follow the same event order as for the time-trials. Within each event the finals will run in reverse order, from the slowest to the fastest.

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