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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.
The race stayed in Henley until 2015 when it moved to The Championship Course on the Thames and was held on the same day as the men’s race for the first time.
Cambridge hold a healthy lead in the series thanks to their dominance between 19, but as in the men’s event, Oxford have had a resurgence since the Millennium, winning 13 of the 19 races.
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Both the Women’s and Men’s Boat Races run reserve races as well, for those rowers who do not make the top eight.