The annual competition between Oxford and Cambridge takes to the water this weekend, with the annual Boat Race between the University rowing teams hitting its 194th year.
It is a tradition that dates back over 180 years, with men’s crews first racing in 1829 and women gaining their own race in 1927.
It’s one of the most quintessentially British events in the sporting calendar and here’s how you can keep up with all the action…
The Gemini Boat Race takes place on Sunday, March 26.
Each race will last around the 20-minute mark, and timings are:
Yes – if you prefer to watch it from a nice (dry) vantage point, BBC One will be broadcasting the event.
Coverage starts at 3:30pm and will run until 5:45pm.
You can also live stream the races via the BBC Sport website, BBC iPlayer and the official Boat Race YouTube channel.
There will be a few road closures across the length of the race in West London that you will want to be mindful of if travelling to the area on Sunday.
The Boat Race will be live on BBC One from 3:30pm on Sunday, March 26
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