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Whether you decide to race it or just challenge yourself over the distance, join our community of thousands of paddlers to take on 12 miles on this iconic waterway. K1, K2, K4 and C2 all welcome. Due to the distance, it is strongly advised that all participants train before taking on this challenge. Please note, absolute beginners are not permitted for safety reasons.
The first Regatta London welcomes eights, coxed fours and coxed quads (fine and stable / explorer shells) in to this 14 mile challenge. Octos and coastal boats are also welcomed, however please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org prior to entering. This event is for everybody, with male, female and mixed (50/50 M/F) race categories. Other versions of mixed boats are possible, but won't be entered in to the race category. The event trophy goes to the first mixed eight crew.
Rowing clubs can apply for a general public place, otherwise please visit the charity page and fundraise for one of our amazing partners. We welcome seniors, masters and 16+ juniors and all crews must be capable of the full distance and have an experienced, stern loader cox.
All crews must be capable of the full 14 miles distance and have an experienced cox who is suitably authorised by their club or organising group to take a boat and crew onto the river.
An individual challenge that will push you to your physical and mental limits. Regatta London will be offering two events for paddle boarding:
The London Crossing – offers paddle boarders a ground breaking, 12 mile route from Putney to Greenwich, taking in the heart of London. Due to tight cut off times, this is an invitational event strictly limited to elite / highly experienced paddle boarders.
The Big Ben - the iconic Active 360 SUP event returns as part of Regatta London. The Big Ben provides an equally hard challenge on a stunning route from Putney to Big Ben, and back. The 12 mile looped course offers a slightly more relaxed experience, allowing participants to focus on the task in hand. Due to the distance, it is strongly advised that all participants train before taking on this challenge. Please note, absolute beginners are not permitted for safety reasons.