Reading Amateur Regatta in 2022 - Events offered & Entry Rules

This page list all the Events offered, Entry Fees and Entry Rules for the 2022 Reading Amateur Regatta.


CLOSING DATE FOR ENTRIES = 10.00 pm on Friday 27th May 2022 or earlier if full.


If you have any questions about entering, please contact: The Regatta Entries Secretary


Saturday Morning 11th June

Open & Women

School/Junior
Open & Women

J16
Open & Women

J15
Open & Women

J14
Open & Women

IV+

-

IV-

-

-

-

II-

-

-

-

-

IIx

-

-

-

-


Saturday Afternoon 11th June

Open & Women

School/Junior
Open & Women

J16
Open & Women

J15
Open & Women

J14
Open & Women

VIII+

-

IVx-

-

-

IVx+

-

-

-

IIx

-

-

-

-

Ix

-

-

-

-



Sunday Morning 12th June

Open & Women

School/Junior
Open & Women

J16
Open & Women

J15
Open & Women

J14
Open & Women

J13
Open & Women

Masters
Open & Women
Mixed

VIII+

-

-

-

-

-

IV+

-

-

-

-

-

IVx+

-

-

-

-

II-

-

-

-

-

-

IIx


Sunday Afternoon 12th June

Open & Women

School/Junior
Open & Women

J16
Open & Women

J15
Open & Women

J14
Open & Women

J13
Open & Women

Masters
Open & Women
Mixed

VIII+

-

-

-

-

-

IV+

-

-

-

-

IV-

-

-

-

-

-

IVx-

-

-

-

Ix

-



Reading Amateur Regatta - Entry Fees

Entry Fees

All Events

Eights

£136.00

Fours /Quads

£68.00

Doubles /Pairs

£34.00

Single Scull

£17.00



Reading Amateur Regatta - Entry Rules:

  1. Entries will open at 09.00 am on Thursday 28th April 2022 and will close at 10.00 pm on Friday 27th May 2022 or earlier if full.
  2. Entries must be submitted, and paid for, using the British Rowing Online Regatta Entry 2 (BROE2) system. No other method of entry or payment will be accepted.
  3. The Regatta’s capacity is a approximately 200 races each day, with up to 250 crews, subject to entry levels in each event. Entries will be suspended when they reach 120 crews in each division and subsequent entries will be managed with a waiting list system in order to maximise opportunities to compete. Entries in any small boats (1x, 2- or 2x) category may be limited to 16.
  4. Entry fees are £17.00 per seat.
  5. Only fully paid up entrants, as identified by BROE2, will be accepted and count towards the capacity as outlined in Rule 3. Crews will be accepted on a first-paid first-accepted basis.
  6. On each day the Regatta will be split into two independent morning and afternoon divisions. Doubling up of competitors, including coxes, will NOT be permitted within any division (but is allowed between divisions).
  7. The Regatta organisers reserve the right to withdraw any event where there are less than four boats at the close of entries.
  8. All events are subject to being split into tiers based primarily on a crew’s Ranking Index and where appropriate taking into account recent performance in other events.
  9. The preliminary draw will be published on Monday 6th June at 09.00 pm. Timings in the first version of the draw will be subject to revision up to 05.00 pm on 10th June. Whilst the Regatta organisers will endeavour to make only minor changes, crews should ensure that all crew members are available to race between 08.30 am and 01.30 pm if entering the morning division and between 01.30 pm and 07.00 pm if entering the afternoon division. BROE 2 will remain open for substitutions which must be made before the first race.
  10. The Regatta Committee reserves the right to make alterations to any of the above.

Reading Amateur Regatta - Additional Points to Note

  1. All competitors, coaches and support teams are expected to adhere to any Covid guidelines in place at the time of the regatta as provided by British Rowing and/or Reading Borough Council and/or DCMS. Full instructions will be provided to entering clubs before the event in line with current guidance.
  2. Saturday’s races will be held over the Championship 1500 metre course from a staggered stake-boat start with two race lanes. Events on offer are listed in the tables at the top of this page.
  3. On Sunday the races will be over a 1000 metre course with staggered stake-boat start. Events on offer are listed in the tables at the top of this page.
  4. All events are subject to being split into bands based on a crew’s Ranking Index.
  5. International crews will be contacted once the draw has closed to discuss which band is the best fit.