Here you can follow your national crew in the lead up to Henley Royal Regatta and find out more about these extraordinary service women and men.
You can also watch them race live streamed by checking back in to this page during the event, from Friday 5th July to the final on Sunday 7th of July 2019.
Click on your crew’s flag below to find out more, see who is supporting The King’s Cup Organising Committee in your country or to advise as to who we might respectfully approach for support.
The King’s Cup is a knock out race with eight crews racing at Henley Royal Regatta on the Friday, four on the Saturday and two on the Sunday.
The King’s Cup competitor badges will be presented to UK High Commissioners and Ambassadors in May 2019.
All crews will race in the Qualifying Race on Friday 28th June and in private matches before Regatta.
The draw will be made at Henley Town Hall on Saturday 29th June by the Chairman of the Committee of Management, Sir Steve Redgrave CBE.
The first round for The King’s Cup will be signalled by bugles on Friday 5th July.
At lunch time on Sunday 7th July the six crews not in the final will race down the Henley Royal Regatta course.
At 15:00 on Sunday 7th July two national military crews will race.
Less than seven minutes later one crew will have won The King’s Cup 2019.
Two hours later that crew will be presented with their King’s Cup medals.
Presentation and medal ceremonies will take then place in each nation in the following months.