Crews whose times are affected: 110, 111, 135, 146. Crew 84, Tideway Scullers, are shown as having won the Masters E/F pennant.
Well, the weather gods smiled on us again. We hope you all enjoyed the spring-like day that was laid on for you and had a good afternoon's racing. Congratulations to Imperial College for retaining the Headship, to Thames for fielding the fastest women's crew and to all other pennant winners - you will all be contacted about receiving your prizes. Commiserations to the crews who had to scratch through illness or bad weather. See you next year!
Imperial College - Overall and Elite Winners 2013
Photo courtesy of Birdman Photography
Raced under British Rowing Rules of Racing and in accordance with Row Safe and the Tideway Code of Practice.
Approximately 4600m raced with the tide.
Boat Types : Eights only
All categories eligible for Open, Women's and Mixed entries.
Senior : Elite, Senior, IM1, IM2, IM3 & Novice
Junior : J15, J16, J18
Masters : Masters B and all older categories
Prizes: Tankards for members of fastest overall crew and fastest women's crew; pennant for fastest overall crew and for winning crew in each category with 3 or more entries
Coxes must be aged at least 14 on the day of the race.
Entry Fees : £80 per crew plus £10 returnable deposit on 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 only via British Rowing Online Entry system. You will need to identify your boating location (See Where to Boat).
Enquiries: to Malcolm Cook on 020 8658 0908 or email@example.com