Philadelphia's Fall Festival of Rowing
Design by Annelise Smith
Late registration remains open at RegattaCentral through October 24, 2016.
New this year…
Parent/Child Doubles (09A), Mixed Alumni Eights (18C) and Mens/Womens Masters Ltwt Singles (21&22 E-H)
Be the change. Leave your single-use water bottles at home.
For the second year, the HOSR is proud to partner with Philadelphia Water to bring coaches, athletes, officials, spectators, and volunteers reusable water bottles and water refill stations. Get onboard…
New in 2016…Register your team Food Trailer (Chuck Wagon) for access and parking on Kelly Drive.
Enter the Chuck Wagon Cook-off Challenge – a little competition on the banks of the river. Details here…
The Gold Cup returns on Saturday, October 29, 2016 to the Head of the Schuylkill Regatta. Taking place in the middle four lanes of the Schuylkill River between the Columbia and Girard Bridges, this short-course sprint race promises close competition and exciting finishes. Olympic champion will face off against two-time defending Gold Cup champions, Kim (Crow) Brennan of Australia and Kjetil Borch of Norway. Can both Kim and Kjetil go for the coveted three-peat? Read more from the September 6th press release or go to www.thegoldcup.org
Alumni Races – Saturday, October 29
A new Mixed Alumni category rounds out the popular Mens and Womens Alumni events, providing another way to get on the water with teammates from your alma mater. As if you needed one more reason to make this happen…the end-of-the-day reception on Boathouse Row for all Alumni race participants should not be missed.
Points Trophies – Overall winners from 2015 are the teams to beat this year!
College: University of Pennsylvania
High School: Saugatuck
Check out the full schedule of Award Ceremonies
Join our friends at Vesper Boat Club for a memorial celebration in honor of William “Bill” Arthur Stowe
Official Housing Partner of the HOSR.
We encourage our competitors and spectators to use their services.
Photos courtesy of: Susan Cohen, Judy Hasday, Michael Murphy