University of London - Overall and Men's Senior Pennant Winners
2014 FInal Results
Only minor changes from the provisional results to the final results (see race notes at foot of results page).
Congratulations to the University of London Senior crew, who had the fastest overall time, to Imperial College Women's Elite, who.were the fastest women's crew, and to all other pennant winners.
Thank you to all competitors - we hope you enjoyed the day. Once again the weather gods smiled on us.
See you again next year!
Imperial College Women's Elite - Fastest Women's Crew
Approximately 4600m raced with the tide.
Boat Types : Eights only
Open, Women and Mixed:.
Senior : Elite, Senior, IM1, IM2, IM3 & Novice
Junior : J18, J16, J15
Masters : Masters B and all older categories
Coxes must be aged at least 14 on the day of the race.
Prizes: Tankards for all members of fastest overall crew
and fastest women’s crew.
Pennant for fastest overall crew, fastest women’s crew and for winning crew in each category with 3 or more entries
Raced under British Rowing Rules of Racing and in accordance with Row Safe and the Tideway Code of Practice.
Enquiries: to Malcolm Cook on 020 8658 0908 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Entry Fees : £80 per crew plus £10 returnable deposit on bow number
Pay through British Rowing Online Entry system or by cheque for £90 payable to Quintin Boat Club and sent to Malcolm Cook, 15 Seychelle Court, Foxgrove Road, Beckenham, Kent BR3 5XU
Entries by 6pm Saturday 18th January 2014, only by BROE
BROE will require each crew to specify the club from which it will be boating. Visiting crews must obtain the host club’s permission before entering. Space for visiting crews at Quintin Boat Club is limited and is now completely taken up. See Where to Boat for alternatives.
The race will be limited to 250 crews. If more than 250 entries are received, preference may be given to those that have paid before the close.