Like everything in this not-yet post-COVID era, the 2021 edition of the race will be a little different. Organisers are still planning to go ahead with the rowing race between the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, but the event will be “closed” to spectators.
Organisers are encouraging fans to enjoy the race from home.
The women’s race starts at 3:44 pm and the men’s race starts at 4:44pm. But the coin tosses and other festivities start closer to 2 pm.
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