Henley Women’s Regatta 2020
We aim to stage a competition where women from all over the UK can come and compete against the very best in their event. To increase the level of competition and add an international element to the regatta we actively encourage crews to come from abroad to compete at Henley Women’s Regatta and race against our best British schools, universities and clubs on the famous Henley stretch of the Thames.

As the organising committee our priority is to provide a great competitor experience for those racing and coaching. From the stake boat team to the head of the umpires’ committee we all aim to be exceedingly professional and work very hard to stage a well-run event. The regatta is run solely by volunteers who give very generously of their time to ensure the event runs smoothly each year.

We look forward to you joining us for another exceptional event with close, exciting racing.

Miriam Luke

Miriam Luke

Miriam Luke has been Chairman of the Regatta since 2012. Miriam raced at the first Henley Women’s Regatta in 1988 and rowed for Great Britain for 11 years. competing at three Olympics, culminating in winning a silver medal at the Sydney Olympics in 2000. Miriam has worked in sport since retiring, for the British Olympic Association and for London 2012, and more recently in Talent and Leadership Development. She is an active member of the local community in Henley where she lives.