The Head Of The Charles Announces Updates, with USRowing as an Official Partner | Sports Destination Management

The Head Of The Charles Announces Updates, with USRowing as an Official Partner

Jun 27, 2022

USRowing is pleased to announce that the Head Of The Charles Regatta (HOCR) will be supporting national team athletes as an "Official USRowing Partner: U.S. National Team – 2022 Henley Royal Regatta."

Via their partnership, HOCR will be providing substantial financial support to the U.S. National Team for its trip to the Henley Royal Regatta, which runs from Tuesday, June 28, through Sunday, July 3, on the Thames River, Henley-on-Thames, Great Britain. 

Fred Schoch, Executive Director of the Head Of The Charles, will be joining the U.S. National Team in the UK and is serving as an honorary U.S. coach during Henley. 

"We are excited for this opportunity to support USRowing and the national team," said Schoch. "Our national team athletes work tirelessly to represent our country and our sport - it's an honor to come alongside and support their efforts."

"USRowing has a long and important relationship with the Head Of The Charles Regatta, and we are so grateful for their continued and generous support of the U.S. National Team," said USRowing CEO Amanda Kraus. "We look forward to a special chance to see the U.S. team race at the Henley Royal Regatta – an opportunity made possible through the support of our friends at the HOCR."

Select U.S. National Team athletes will be continuing their racing season October 21-23 at the Head Of The Charles Regatta. More details can be found at and

About the Head Of The Charles 
The Head Of The Charles Regatta was founded in 1965 and is the world's largest rowing race, regularly fielding more than 11,000 athletes from around the world to compete in a full line-up of sculling and sweep rowing events. The ages of competitors range from 17-year-old youth rowers to athletes in their 90s. The regatta is a must-attend race for world class and Olympic rowers. More than 1,800 volunteers ensure the event runs smoothly and safely.

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