The 2022 Barnes & Mortlake Regatta was run on Saturday 11th June: thank you to all of our competitors, all of their coaches and supporters and thank you to all of our volunteers without whom we would not be able to run the regatta. We look forward to being able to welcome you back to next year’s regatta which is scheduled to be held on 10th June.
The 2022 results are available on the EasyRegatta site (https://easyregatta.co.uk/er_raceorderlive.php?rID=1400) and also as a pdf linked below.
2022 regatta documentation
- Instructions for competitors
- Course map (flood tide – morning racing)
- Course map (ebb tide – afternoon racing)
- Safety plan
- A & E plan
- Welfare plan
- Risk assessment
If the regatta is over-subscribed what process will be used to decide which entries to accept and which to reject?
We recognise that there are only so many hours in the day that people want to go racing, and also to volunteer to support and run the regatta. In the event of the regatta being oversubscribed we will reduce the number of entries down to a number that will produce the quantity of races that will fit into this time frame. Our priority order for choosing what to accept and what to reject will be as follows:
- Reject entries in events that only have one or two entries.
- Reject entries in events that only have three entries.
- Reject entries from single scullers that have doubled-up into crew boats (where the crew boat is still in a viable event).
- Progressively reject events that have four entries starting with the smallest boat class, ie reject 1x, then 2x/- etc, as our aim is to try and give as many people as possible an opportunity to race.
Previous years’ results:
2021: the regatta was run as a combined event with Borne at Chiswick Bridge Regatta. There was thunder and lightning during the afternoon and racing was suspended for a prolonged period of time causing some events to being scratched by the organisers. These events are shown as struck through in the results.
2020: the regatta did not take place due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
2013 (missing – sorry)