AFTER two years of cancellations, the Wallingford Regatta is returning this weekend.

The event, which is taking place on Sunday (1) from 7.30am, will be at Dorney Lake in Eton where it has taken place since 2001.

Racing will take place at six-minute intervals and CRI will be use to determine seedings/lane allocation for heats and finals.

Herald Series: The course at Dorney Lake in Eton (Wallingford Regatta)The course at Dorney Lake in Eton (Wallingford Regatta)

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Prize-giving will take place from 2pm at the trophy tent which will be by the boat racks and boathouse. There about 28 trophies to win in total.

The regatta, which dates back as far as 1861, used to be held in Wallingford but river conditions caused problems and there were calls for larger facilities.

Herald Series: Guide for people parking (Wallingford Regatta)Guide for people parking (Wallingford Regatta)

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Dorney Lake is set up with six to seven lanes measuring 2,000 metres long.


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