National Schools’ Regatta is the most exciting event of the Junior Rowing calendar.
The regatta attracts crews from over 350 clubs and schools with over 5000 competitors. It is the premiere junior regatta in the country. With racing for 10 hours per day, exciting, closely matched rounds and finals, this is the regatta where you will see future Olympic Champions start out!
NSR is the ultimate three day regatta. The event every junior rower wants to win a medal!
When does it happen?
The three day event always takes place on the Late May Bank Holiday weekend from Friday through Sunday. The racing starts on Friday morning at 10am and kicks off a long weekend of exhilarating racing. The 2018 Regatta will start on Friday 25th May.
Friday is for Junior 14 crews and some Junior 15 crews. Over 1000m.
For Junior 15 to Junior 18 events, mainly the larger boat types. Over 2000m.
Junior 16 to Junior 18 events, smaller boat types. Over 2000m.
Did you know National Schools’ Regatta is a charity?
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