Reading Amateur Regatta - Events offered in 2019

This list of events, entry fees and rules of entry for 2019 were published on 24th March 2019.


The tables below show the events offered this year. Entries were opened at 9.00 am on Saturday 11th May 2019.


Please note that the Regatta has added additional events for Juniors and Masters and created two divisions to provide more opportunities to participate.



CLOSING DATE FOR ENTRIES = 10.00 pm on Wednesday 5th June 2019


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

Saturday Morning 15th June

Open & Women

School/Junior
Open & Women

J16
Open & Women

J15
Open & Women

J14
Open & Women

J13
Open & Women

Masters
Open & Women

IV+

-

-

-

IV-

-

-

-

-

-

IVx+

-

-

-

-

-

-

II-

-

-

-

-

-

-

IIx

-

-

-

-

-

-

Saturday Afternoon 15th June

Open & Women

School/Junior
Open & Women

J16
Open & Women

J15
Open & Women

J14
Open & Women

J13
Open & Women

Masters
Open & Women

VIII+

-

-

-

IVx-

-

-

-

Ix

-

-

-

-

-

-



Sunday Morning 16th June

Open & Women

School/Junior
Open & Women

J16
Open & Women

J15
Open & Women

J14
Open & Women

J13
Open & Women

Masters
Open & Women

VIIIx+

-

-

-

-

-

-

IV+

-

-

-

IV-

-

-

-

-

-

II-

-

-

-

-

-

IIx

Sunday Afternoon 16th June

Open & Women

School/Junior
Open & Women

J16
Open & Women

J15
Open & Women

J14
Open & Women

J13
Open & Women

Masters
Open & Women

VIII+

-

-

-

-

IVx-

-

-

-

IVx+

-

-

-

-

Ix

-

-



Reading Entry fees for 2019

Entry Fees

All Events

Eights

£120.00

Fours/Quads

£60.00

Doubles/Pairs

£30.00

Sculls

£15.00



Reading Amateur Regatta - Rules of Entry:

The Rules of Entry for 2019 were published on 24th March 2019.

  1. Entries will open at 0900 on Saturday 11th May 2019.
  2. Entries will close at 2200 on Wednesday 5th June 2019.
  3. 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.
  4. The Regatta’s capacity is a total of 195 races each day, at which point BROE2 will be suspended for new entries for that day.
  5. Entry fees are £15.00 per seat.
  6. Only fully paid up entrants, as identified by BROE2, will be accepted and count towards the capacity in Rule 4. Crews will be accepted on a first-paid-first-accepted basis.
  7. If entries are suspended before the closing date, the first 25 prospective entrants for each division that subsequently pay will be put on a waiting list for that division in case of scratchings. They will neither be marked as accepted nor rejected and there will be no communication to those entrants. All other prospective entrants will be rejected.
  8. Any unpaid entries will be rejected at the closing date. Payment of entry fees prior to the draw has been a long-standing condition of entry to this regatta.
  9. Updates on the level of entries will be communicated via the Regatta’s Twitter account (@ReadingAM) as appropriate. No other method of communication will be used.
  10. On each day the regatta will be split into two independent divisions. Doubling up of competitors, including coxes, will be permitted between the morning and afternoon divisions (but is not allowed within divisions).
  11. 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 table at the top of this page.
  12. On Sunday the races will be over a 1000 metre course with staggered stake-boat start. Events on offer are listed in the table at the top of this page.
  13. All events are subject to being split into bands based on a crew’s Ranking Index.
  14. The Regatta organisers reserve the right to withdraw any event where there are less than four boats at the close of entries.
  15. Any overseas crews must submit a record of each crew’s performance for the year as well as individual records for each competitor. These must be submitted before entries are made, submission at least a week before the opening of entries is recommended. Overseas entries will not be accepted until this information has been provided.
  16. Any overseas crew winning an event on Saturday and races again on the Sunday may be obliged to row in the next higher band of their event.
  17. The draw will take place at RG4 7TH, at 19:30 on Friday 7th June, a week before the regatta weekend. After this time all substitutions must be made via the Crew Stewards before the first race of each day for that crew.
  18. Presentation prizes will be awarded if two or more boats start in an event.
  19. The Regatta Committee reserves the right to make alterations to any of the above.