The Victorian Head of the River regatta is contested between the eleven Associated Public Schools of Victoria (APS). The Head of the River is the oldest continuous schoolboy rowing event in the world, dating back to 1868, and throughout its history has changed format on a number of occasions: from a duel-style race between Melbourne Grammar and Scotch College on the Yarra River in Melbourne, to today, where the race is usually the last race of the official APS rowing season and is rowed on Lake Nagambie, which is a full-buoyed international standard course allowing six boat finals against the 11 APS schools.

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  • The Victorian Head of the River regatta is contested between the eleven Associated Public Schools of Victoria (APS). The Head of the River is the oldest continuous schoolboy rowing event in the world, dating back to 1868, and throughout its history has changed format on a number of occasions: from a duel-style race between Melbourne Grammar and Scotch College on the Yarra River in Melbourne, to today, where the race is usually the last race of the official APS rowing season and is rowed on Lake Nagambie, which is a full-buoyed international standard course allowing six boat finals against the 11 APS schools. (en)
  • The Victorian Head of the River regatta is contested between the eleven Associated Public Schools of Victoria (APS). The Head of the River is the oldest continuous schoolboy rowing event in the world, dating back to 1868, and throughout its history has changed format on a number of occasions: from a duel-style race between Melbourne Grammar and Scotch College on the Yarra River in Melbourne, to the current regatta, with the race usually being the last of the official APS rowing season. It is now rowed on Lake Nagambie, which is a full-buoyed international standard course allowing six-boat finals. (en)
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  • The Victorian Head of the River regatta is contested between the eleven Associated Public Schools of Victoria (APS). The Head of the River is the oldest continuous schoolboy rowing event in the world, dating back to 1868, and throughout its history has changed format on a number of occasions: from a duel-style race between Melbourne Grammar and Scotch College on the Yarra River in Melbourne, to today, where the race is usually the last race of the official APS rowing season and is rowed on Lake Nagambie, which is a full-buoyed international standard course allowing six boat finals against the 11 APS schools. (en)
  • The Victorian Head of the River regatta is contested between the eleven Associated Public Schools of Victoria (APS). The Head of the River is the oldest continuous schoolboy rowing event in the world, dating back to 1868, and throughout its history has changed format on a number of occasions: from a duel-style race between Melbourne Grammar and Scotch College on the Yarra River in Melbourne, to the current regatta, with the race usually being the last of the official APS rowing season. It is now rowed on Lake Nagambie, which is a full-buoyed international standard course allowing six-boat finals. (en)
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