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25th May 2024

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Twickenham Regatta is in advanced final planning stage

BROE2 will be open for entries on the 15th April.

Note that this year the course will run upstream from just above River Lane with the finish adjacent to the Ham Carpark.

This will give a nearly straight course of 850m.

All regatta Documentation will be published here

All entries via BROE2 here

Regatta Poster - here

Event Plan & Risk Assessment - here

Emergency Action Plan - here

Course Map - to be published

Public Access Map - to be published

Instructions For Crews & Coaches - to be published

Racing Divisions

(Note: crews will not be permitted to race multiple events in a single division)


Twickenham Regatta was founded as the Richmond and Twickenham Amateur Regatta in 1923. There had been ‘Twickenham’ regattas going back to the founding of Twickenham Rowing Club in 1860 but these were in the nature of invitation events.


In 1952 Richmond Regatta was founded to run a Coronation event and thereafter, Twickenham and Richmond regattas ran as separate events.

In its history, the course at Twickenham Regatta has varied in both direction and length. The current course is 850m long and runs upstream with the start line near Glovers Island and the finish line adjacent to Ham House Car Park.


Twickenham Regatta expects normally in excess of 100 races, and is supported both by local clubs and many further afield.


Racing is from stakeboats with pursuit umpire launches.


Twickenham Regatta is a friendly event and we pride ourselves on flexibility. The course is on a very picturesque part of the Thames (the view from Richmond Hill looking up the course is one of the very few views in the UK which is protected by an Act of Parliament).


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