The draw, timetable, competitors' instructions, course diagrams and safety plan are available for download from the links below. Competitors new to the upper tidal Thames should watch the Port of London Authority video which may be found at http://www.boatingonthethames.co.uk.
The following documents are available in pdf format via their hyperlinks:
This year there are three additional documents dealing with COVID precautions:
These documents provide links to declaration forms that are required to be completed. The links to these forms may also be found below:
Apologies to those of you who have had some of your entries rejected. We had more than twice as many entries as we could accommodate. Where clubs have made more than one entry in an event we have accepted only the entry that was designated A. To give a race to as many competitors possible, we have also rejected many of the entries that were doubling up into other events. Due to low entries in masters events, we are unfortunately unable to hold any of those events.
Parking on site will be only for trailers and towing vehicles that have been notified to us in advance. All other vehicles should park in Hartington Road and the surrounding streets, where there is free parking.
Please note new local access restrictions: non-local vehicles must not go northwards over the mini-roundabout at the junction of Hartington Road and Cavendish Road. Driving southwards over the mini-roundabout is allowed.
If you want to park in Cavendish Road you must go northwards up the A316, left into Staveley Road and then via Burlington Lane and Grove Park Bridge. Don't park in Ibis Lane (the lane leading from Hartington Road to the boathouse). Ibis Lane is a private road and anything parked there might be clamped.