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Digital Subscriptions > Row360 > Issue 018 - Jun | Jul 2017 > Pulling Through The Glass Ceiling

Pulling Through The Glass Ceiling

The Royal Regatta follows trends rather than sets them, and the trend under pursuit is female, argues Christopher Dodd

The coming of Henley’s races to YouTube presents aficionados with plenty to bullshit about while presenting the public with access to side-by-side match racing. You are no longer square if you are not there. It has been a sensationally sudden revolution. This, the third year of Henley-by-drone, already feels comfortable, with surround vision nestling into the enclosures alongside Pimms and military twosomes, a neo-traditional element of a regatta that, mythology has it, never changes.

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