Although the "Dastardly" Thames Senior Open crew was the fastest in the race this year, more than half of its crew was substituted after entries closed. This means that, as well as being ineligible for the Senior open pennant, the crew was also ineligible for the overall winners pennant. Unfortunately our results computer software did not cater for this circumstance and showed Thames as pennant winners. The overall winners are in fact crew number 2, Tideway Scullers School Elite. Apologies to all concerned and commiserations with Thames RC for raising false hopes. The computer software has now been corrected.
Tideway Scullers School - Overall and Men's Elite Pennant Winners
Congratulations to all other pennant winners, in particular Oxford University women's Elite VIII, who were the fastest women's crew.
Oxford University - Fastest Women Pennant Winners
More photographs of pennant winners in our.
The organisers would like to thank all competitors and volunteers for taking part this year, in extremely trying weather conditions. The cold affected the timing teams just as it did those on the river, and this resulted in a set of timings that needed a lot of scrutiny before a complete and accurate set of results could be published. Let us hope it's not quite so cold next year!
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 the fastest overall crew and the fastest women's crew.
A pennant for the club of: the fastest overall crew; the fastest women’s crew; and each crew winning a category with 3 or more entries
Masters categories with fewer than 3 entries may be combined with other masters categories and decided on handicap.
Raced under British Rowing Rules of Racing and in accordance with Row Safe and the Tideway Code of Practice.
Enquiries: to Malcolm Cook (Entries Secretary) on 020 8658 0908 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Entry Fees : £88 per crew plus £10 returnable deposit on plastic bow number
Pay through British Rowing Online Entry system or by cheque for £98 payable to Quintin Boat Club and sent to Malcolm Cook, 15 Seychelle Court, Foxgrove Road, Beckenham, Kent BR3 5XU.
Crews withdrawing after close of entries will still be liable for their entry fees.
Entries closed at 6pm Saturday 24th January 2015.
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.
The race will be limited to 250 crews.
Refunds: If the race has to be cancelled because of unsafe conditions crews will be given a partial refund which will take account of costs that have already been incurred.