The latest news
Thu 17 Mar 2022 13:00
The Start numbers have been devided. Check the Draw to see what number you will start with.
Starting at Friday March 18th, at 14.00h, you are able to collect your shirt numbers at the workshop of rowing club Willem III, Jan Vroegopsingel 8. Distribution of the numbers will be done per club, not individual crews.
Check for all the time slots to pick up your shirt numbers the Rules page, item #5.
The numbers will only be distributed after payment is received.
BE AWARE: This year it is not possible to collect your shirt numbers at rowing club RIC.
Tue 15 Mar 2022 14:00
Bridge Oudekerk a/d Amstel
The last couple of weeks, the Oranjebaan bridge Ouderkerk is being renewed. One or more of the bridge openings is therefore blocked. In consultation with the contractor, the blockage will be removed during the HEAD-weekend.
The centre and most western bridge opening will be open and can be used for rowing to the warm up zone (centre opening) and rowing to the start (western opening). Please always follow the instructions of the official that is present in the area.
Sun 13 Mar 2022 15:00
Start times per category
Now the enrty system has been close, the starting times per category have been determined. At the Timeschedule page you can find the detailed schedule.
For the Masters, if you have tried to provide us your target time, you can now check if this has been properly received, also via the Timeschedule page.
Support the organisation of the virtual head of the river 2021!
We kindly request a donation of our participants (approximately €5,00 per submission) to cover the costs of Time-Team and other accured costs.
You can pay this donation through the below link.
Participation in the Head of the River 2021 is at your own risk. The organization cannot be held liable for damage that the participant suffers or causes as a result of participation in the Virtual Head of the River 2021. By registering, every participant declares to observe the regular sailing and traffic rules and Corona rules at all times. Winning is fun, but safety always comes first!