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Date: Sunday, 7 April 2019 Time: 2.13pm (Women’s) & 3.10pm (Men’s) Start line: Putney Bridge Finish line: Chiswick Bridge Distance: 6.8km TV: BBC Way back in 1829, Cambridge University challenged Oxford to a boat race at Henley-on-Thames, which started the boat race tradition, although the next race was not to take place until 1836 in London.In 1839 the race moved permanently to the Tideway on the River Thames, where it has remained ever since.It is produced for him by Hartington Dairy and was first produced in 1994 with the intention of supplying Oxford University Colleges and the pubs and restaurants of Oxford.The popularity of Oxford Blue soon took off, and the product was stocked not only in the intended area of Oxford, but in the flagship stores of London and further afield.
Richard Phelps will umpire the 74th Women’s Boat Race.
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Both races are contested by crews of eight with a cox.
Once again, crowds will line the banks and bridges of the Thames as the crews race between Putney and Chiswick on a course that is 6.8km in length.