Thank you for Live Stream Support


The last two weekends have given junior rowers an opportunity to watch some incredible racing with The Boat Race and European Championships on our tv screens. The opportunity to watch the very best in our sport compete is inspiring and motivating. At National Schools’ Regatta we watch with great interest as some of those we are cheering from our sofas will have experienced their first racing experiences as junior rowers and scullers at our regatta.


National Schools’ Regatta was established in 1947 to offer a valuable racing experience to a wide range of junior crews. We aim to give every competitor a first-class racing experience, one which encourages, is enjoyable and gives positive life-long memories of team and individual performances. The racing is competitive, fast, and fun. We want to ensure everyone enjoys the excitement of the competition, from the most junior competitors to the elite young athletes.


All our junior rowers will be looking forward to racing, no doubt inspired by what they have seen on their screens and we want to ensure we give them their moment to shine. We will be showcasing junior rowing on your screens via our Live Stream coverage, so that family, friends and fellow club members can enjoy all the action from home.


We are so grateful to the supporters who have made a gifts to support the increased costs of delivering a COVID secure event. The National Schools' Regatta is the leading junior rowing event in the UK because of the incredible support of volunteers, coaches, parents and benefactors who have collectively enabled the event to thrive for the last 74 years. Please think about making a donation to enable the event to continue to deliver a first-class competitive experience for thousands of young rowers in 2021. Help inspire the next generation of junior rowers. Please follow the link on our website.


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