2017 Course

Owing to the Tideway Tunnel works around Putney Pier, the 2017 race will run from the University Stone at Mortlake to Ranelagh Sailing Club on Putney Embankment.

On race day the finish line will be marked with the usual banners, on the Ranelagh clubhouse and the Bishops Park wall, and the new finish circulation pattern will be included in the safety and marshalling instructions (available on this website after the close of entries on 31 October).

The works are expected to last for around three and a half years, and the Veteran Fours Head committee has agreed this course for the 2017 race. The committee will watch what other Tideway events are doing and will make an assessment each year, based on experiences of safely marshalling crews who have finished their race.


Entries spreadsheet

Click here to view a spreadsheet of the current state of the entry list. Please note that under rule 5-5-3(b) of the British Rowing Rules of Racing, 'the Organising Committee is not permitted to disclose details of clubs or the identity of crews entered' - this spreadsheet shows the number of entries submitted in each category only.

Entries are accepted on receipt of payment; acceptance on BROE sends an automated e-mail to the club's submitting administrator. If you are unsure as to whether your crew has been accepted, please check with your submitting administrator, who will be able to advise.

Note: this spreadsheet is updated in the entries secretary's spare time - NOT real time! 


Entries now open

The British Rowing Online Entry system (BROE) opened for entries for the 2017 race at noon on Friday 22 September, and will close at 5 p.m. on Tuesday 31 October OR when 240 paid entries have been accepted, whichever the earlier.

Full details of this year's events, and contacts for host clubs, are available in the Entries section of this website.