Windy Rowed A-Head
Teams from all around the world compete every year in the Head of the Charles, the largest rowing competition in the world.
Turning the Blue Charles Gold: Harvard Rowers Claim Victories at 2022 Head of the Charles Regatta
Last weekend, hundreds of thousands of spectators flocked to the Charles River to watch collegiate, club, and international rowers take part in the historic Head of the Charles Regatta. With the Regatta being tied to Harvard throughout its 55-year historical tradition, all four Crimson rowing teams opened their seasons at this regatta. Different Harvard boats won big at home, taking gold and silver medals back to their boathouses.
A duo from the club squad Athletes Without Limits Rowing competes in the 2022 Head of the Charles Regatta. There were no Harvard boats competing in either the lightweight or heavyweight Men's Club Two races.
Fine Fall Day
A large contingent of spectators – consisting of Harvard students, tourists, and rowing fanatics – line the banks of the Charles River during the 2022 Head of the Charles Regatta on Saturday.
Head of the Charles Solo
A member of the Riverside Boat Club rows solo in the Head of the Charles Single Scull event.
57th Head of the Charles Regatta Makes Waves
Hundreds of thousands of spectators gathered at the Charles River to cheer on the 57th Head of the Charles Regatta from Friday to Sunday.
In Photos: The 57th Head of the Charles Regatta
The Head of the Charles Regatta returned to Cambridge this weekend. The three-day rowing head race on the Charles River began in 1965.
Head of The Charles Weeks Bridge
Competitors in the Head of the Charles Regatta row under the John W. Weeks Bridge.
Head of the Charles
Spectators watch from above as competitors in the Head of the Charles Regatta pass by.
Abdullah Bannan rows past the John Weeks Bridge as part of Harvard's four-man lightweight crew team. Bannan had never tried the sport before he came to Cambridge, despite watching it on television in Syria.
Senior Abdullah Bannan rows down the Charles River with three teammates from Harvard's lightweight crew squad. Bannan has been one of the most improved members of the team since arriving on campus, a testament to his work ethic and dedication.