Durham, UK. 13th June, 2015. Competitors racing during the 182nd Durham Regatta. Durham Regatta is the second oldest in the country, preceded only by Chester Regatta. Today, the regatta takes place over a 750m ‘short course’ on the scenic River Wear in Durham City, and regularly attracts in excess of two thousand competitors and ten thousand spectators from across the United Kingdom. Credit:  AC Images/Alamy Live News
RMETGEYJDurham, UK. 13th June, 2015. Competitors racing during the 182nd Durham Regatta. Durham Regatta is the second oldest in the country, preceded only by Chester Regatta. Today, the regatta takes place over a 750m ‘short course’ on the scenic River Wear in Durham City, and regularly attracts in excess of two thousand competitors and ten thousand spectators from across the United Kingdom. Credit: AC Images/Alamy Live News
Durham, UK. 13th June, 2015. Competitors lifting their boat into the water during the 182nd Durham Regatta. Durham Regatta is the second oldest in the country, preceded only by Chester Regatta. Today, the regatta takes place over a 750m ‘short course’ on the scenic River Wear in Durham City, and regularly attracts in excess of two thousand competitors and ten thousand spectators from across the United Kingdom. Credit:  AC Images/Alamy Live News
RMETGCTWDurham, UK. 13th June, 2015. Competitors lifting their boat into the water during the 182nd Durham Regatta. Durham Regatta is the second oldest in the country, preceded only by Chester Regatta. Today, the regatta takes place over a 750m ‘short course’ on the scenic River Wear in Durham City, and regularly attracts in excess of two thousand competitors and ten thousand spectators from across the United Kingdom. Credit: AC Images/Alamy Live News
Durham, UK. 13th June, 2015. The starting post at the 182nd Durham Regatta. Durham Regatta is the second oldest in the country, preceded only by Chester Regatta. Today, the regatta takes place over a 750m ‘short course’ on the scenic River Wear in Durham City, and regularly attracts in excess of two thousand competitors and ten thousand spectators from across the United Kingdom. Credit:  AC Images/Alamy Live News
RMETGEY2Durham, UK. 13th June, 2015. The starting post at the 182nd Durham Regatta. Durham Regatta is the second oldest in the country, preceded only by Chester Regatta. Today, the regatta takes place over a 750m ‘short course’ on the scenic River Wear in Durham City, and regularly attracts in excess of two thousand competitors and ten thousand spectators from across the United Kingdom. Credit: AC Images/Alamy Live News
Durham, UK. 13th June, 2015. Competitors waiting at the marshalling area during the 182nd Durham Regatta. Durham Regatta is the second oldest in the country, preceded only by Chester Regatta. Today, the regatta takes place over a 750m ‘short course’ on the scenic River Wear in Durham City, and regularly attracts in excess of two thousand competitors and ten thousand spectators from across the United Kingdom. Credit:  AC Images/Alamy Live News
RMETGCWRDurham, UK. 13th June, 2015. Competitors waiting at the marshalling area during the 182nd Durham Regatta. Durham Regatta is the second oldest in the country, preceded only by Chester Regatta. Today, the regatta takes place over a 750m ‘short course’ on the scenic River Wear in Durham City, and regularly attracts in excess of two thousand competitors and ten thousand spectators from across the United Kingdom. Credit: AC Images/Alamy Live News
Durham, UK. 13th June, 2015. Spectators watching a race during the 182nd Durham Regatta. Durham Regatta is the second oldest in the country, preceded only by Chester Regatta. Today, the regatta takes place over a 750m ‘short course’ on the scenic River Wear in Durham City, and regularly attracts in excess of two thousand competitors and ten thousand spectators from across the United Kingdom. Credit:  AC Images/Alamy Live News
RMETGEYADurham, UK. 13th June, 2015. Spectators watching a race during the 182nd Durham Regatta. Durham Regatta is the second oldest in the country, preceded only by Chester Regatta. Today, the regatta takes place over a 750m ‘short course’ on the scenic River Wear in Durham City, and regularly attracts in excess of two thousand competitors and ten thousand spectators from across the United Kingdom. Credit: AC Images/Alamy Live News
Durham, UK. 13th June, 2015. Competitors racing during the 182nd Durham Regatta. Durham Regatta is the second oldest in the country, preceded only by Chester Regatta. Today, the regatta takes place over a 750m ‘short course’ on the scenic River Wear in Durham City, and regularly attracts in excess of two thousand competitors and ten thousand spectators from across the United Kingdom. Credit:  AC Images/Alamy Live News
RMETGEYBDurham, UK. 13th June, 2015. Competitors racing during the 182nd Durham Regatta. Durham Regatta is the second oldest in the country, preceded only by Chester Regatta. Today, the regatta takes place over a 750m ‘short course’ on the scenic River Wear in Durham City, and regularly attracts in excess of two thousand competitors and ten thousand spectators from across the United Kingdom. Credit: AC Images/Alamy Live News
Durham, UK. 13th June, 2015. Competitors lifting their boat into the water during the 182nd Durham Regatta. Durham Regatta is the second oldest in the country, preceded only by Chester Regatta. Today, the regatta takes place over a 750m ‘short course’ on the scenic River Wear in Durham City, and regularly attracts in excess of two thousand competitors and ten thousand spectators from across the United Kingdom. Credit:  AC Images/Alamy Live News
RMETGCTRDurham, UK. 13th June, 2015. Competitors lifting their boat into the water during the 182nd Durham Regatta. Durham Regatta is the second oldest in the country, preceded only by Chester Regatta. Today, the regatta takes place over a 750m ‘short course’ on the scenic River Wear in Durham City, and regularly attracts in excess of two thousand competitors and ten thousand spectators from across the United Kingdom. Credit: AC Images/Alamy Live News
Durham, UK. 13th June, 2015. Competitors racing during the 182nd Durham Regatta. Durham Regatta is the second oldest in the country, preceded only by Chester Regatta. Today, the regatta takes place over a 750m ‘short course’ on the scenic River Wear in Durham City, and regularly attracts in excess of two thousand competitors and ten thousand spectators from across the United Kingdom. Credit:  AC Images/Alamy Live News
RMETGEY5Durham, UK. 13th June, 2015. Competitors racing during the 182nd Durham Regatta. Durham Regatta is the second oldest in the country, preceded only by Chester Regatta. Today, the regatta takes place over a 750m ‘short course’ on the scenic River Wear in Durham City, and regularly attracts in excess of two thousand competitors and ten thousand spectators from across the United Kingdom. Credit: AC Images/Alamy Live News
Durham, UK. 13th June, 2015. Competitors racing during the 182nd Durham Regatta. Durham Regatta is the second oldest in the country, preceded only by Chester Regatta. Today, the regatta takes place over a 750m ‘short course’ on the scenic River Wear in Durham City, and regularly attracts in excess of two thousand competitors and ten thousand spectators from across the United Kingdom. Credit:  AC Images/Alamy Live News
RMETGEY8Durham, UK. 13th June, 2015. Competitors racing during the 182nd Durham Regatta. Durham Regatta is the second oldest in the country, preceded only by Chester Regatta. Today, the regatta takes place over a 750m ‘short course’ on the scenic River Wear in Durham City, and regularly attracts in excess of two thousand competitors and ten thousand spectators from across the United Kingdom. Credit: AC Images/Alamy Live News
Durham, UK. 13th June, 2015. A cox waiting for the start of her race during the 182nd Durham Regatta. Durham Regatta is the second oldest in the country, preceded only by Chester Regatta. Today, the regatta takes place over a 750m ‘short course’ on the scenic River Wear in Durham City, and regularly attracts in excess of two thousand competitors and ten thousand spectators from across the United Kingdom. Credit:  AC Images/Alamy Live News
RMETGCW2Durham, UK. 13th June, 2015. A cox waiting for the start of her race during the 182nd Durham Regatta. Durham Regatta is the second oldest in the country, preceded only by Chester Regatta. Today, the regatta takes place over a 750m ‘short course’ on the scenic River Wear in Durham City, and regularly attracts in excess of two thousand competitors and ten thousand spectators from across the United Kingdom. Credit: AC Images/Alamy Live News
Durham, UK. 13th June, 2015. A competitor racing during the 182nd Durham Regatta. Durham Regatta is the second oldest in the country, preceded only by Chester Regatta. Today, the regatta takes place over a 750m ‘short course’ on the scenic River Wear in Durham City, and regularly attracts in excess of two thousand competitors and ten thousand spectators from across the United Kingdom. Credit:  AC Images/Alamy Live News
RMETGEY3Durham, UK. 13th June, 2015. A competitor racing during the 182nd Durham Regatta. Durham Regatta is the second oldest in the country, preceded only by Chester Regatta. Today, the regatta takes place over a 750m ‘short course’ on the scenic River Wear in Durham City, and regularly attracts in excess of two thousand competitors and ten thousand spectators from across the United Kingdom. Credit: AC Images/Alamy Live News