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Wayland-Weston Rowers to race Head of the Charles Regatta


WWCrewBostonians host two world-class competitive sporting events each year. In April, runners flock to the Boston Marathon. And each October, rowers return to the Charles River. Here international teams, Olympic gold medalists, championship collegiate athletes, prestigious college preparatory and premier high school crew teams meet in their sport’s showcase event. A five kilometer (3.2 miles) race up the Charles River is a precarious, energy-sapping endurance feat unlike any other race up the head of a river. Numerous twists and turns in the Charles, and all manner of low-span bridges must be navigated by crafty coxswains steering their delicate racing shells. Weather is always a factor, but large boisterous crowds throng the riverbanks, urging spent rowers to their task. 400,000 spectators are expected to attend this year. (See

This weekend, Wayland-Weston Rowing Association (WWRA) claims seven entries in this renowned event. The club’s orange and maroon blades will be seen on both days of the regatta, with alumni entries competing Saturday and our high school teams racing on Sunday. WWRA urges you to come out to watch the majestic parade of boats, racing for best times, and visit our tent which will be stationed in Reunion Village. Bring cowbells, visit the many vendor tents, paint your face, and enjoy this magnificent wonderful fall event. And be proud. You have local crew teams that are known all over the world. And they’re training! <<<Watch them on here!

Saturday, Oct 19

  • 12:40pm Event #14 Men’s Alumi Eight Bow Number: 29
  • 12:57pm Event #15 Women’s Alumnae Eight Bow Number 20

Sunday, Oct 20

  • 10:24am Event #35 Men’s Youth Eights Bow Number: 40
  • 10:24am Event #35 Men’s Youth Eights Bow Number: 62
  • 12:25pm Event #42 Women’s Youth Fours Bow Number: 20
  • 1:22pm Event #43 Women’s Youth Eights Bow Number: 6
  • 1:22pm Event #43 Women’s Youth Eights Bow Number: 60

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