2021 Henley Masters Regatta

14 June 2021: The The Trees and Race Schedule are now available for HMR 2021, see Entries information. Race times are currently in 1-hour slots; exact race times will be published nearer the time of the regatta. Races are listed in the order they will be raced in. Races will be at least 4 minutes apart.

7 June 2021: Big Blade and Ben Rodford Photography are both planning to attend the Regatta, commercially offering  photographs for competitors.

6 June 2021: The is now available for HMR 2021, see Entries information. HMR 2021 is full and entries have been suspended. For any substitutions in crews containing rowers who are doubling up, please contact the Entries Secretary (Irene Hewlett) on entries@henleymastersregatta.org.uk.

21 May Update

Letter from the Entries Secretary: see Entries information

1 May Update

Further to the update below on 6th April, Henley Masters Regatta Committee are pleased to advise that we plan to open entries for this year’s regatta on Thursday 20th of May 2021. For further details see the Entries page.

6 April Update

We are pleased to advise that we are planning to hold the 2021 Henley Masters Regatta on Friday and Saturday 9th and 10th of July 2021. We are all looking forward to the return of competitive racing and wish you all the best with on the water training in the run-up to the competitive season.

Clearly the regatta will only be able to proceed if the easing of national and local lockdown regulations continues in line with current government targets. Over the next few weeks plans will be made and arrangements including logistics reviewed and amended where necessary. Assuming all is positive, entries will open in May and we expect to make further announcements soon, as plans and arrangements are confirmed.

Established in 1994, Henley Masters Regatta is held on the Friday and Saturday of the second weekend in July, which is the week following Henley Royal Regatta in Henley-on-Thames.

Henley Masters Regatta 2011 Eights

Hosted and run by Upper Thames Rowing Club (UTRC), the regatta has grown into an internationally recognised event for masters crews. Competitors travel from all over the world to compete over 1000 metres on the famous Henley reach.

Henley Masters Regatta is kindly supported by the The Copas Partnership, without whom the Regatta would not be possible.

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