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An initiative to bring together rowers from the Danube region and beyond while promoting the 8+ rowing boatclass.
The Budapest Cup Regatta is "the" major rowing event in Budapest during the year and the only head type regatta for eights in Hungary. It is the 2nd stage of the Capital Cup Regatta series. The Budapest Cup attracted over 100 boats and more than 1000 rowers from 12 countries to the capital of Hungary since its introduction to the Count Széchenyi István Memorial Regatta in 2011.
Today the Budapest Cup Regatta is the outstanding event in the Hungarian and Central European rowing calendar with big success among top, master and junior rowing teams from all over the region. The start of the rowing course is in the small stream next to the Óbuda Island and leads the teams onto the Big Danube on the Buda side of the Margaret Island, into the well-known heart of Budapest.
Our aim is to give rowers a unique feeling of international rowing, where not only elite athletes compete. We aim to utilize all the human and asset capital of the Hungarian rowing scene and connect it with the neighboring countries rowing communities.
More then 50% of the 550 participants came from outside of Hungary
% foreign participants 2015
55 eights and 16 women quads competed in 2015
% of eights from all boats
12 eights took part in the Capital Cup Regatta Series
% of teams also in the Capital Cup
55% of all usable eights in the country were used - most boats twice
% of all eight class boats in Hungary
Watch the video of the 2015 event to get instant feedback from the participants
We’re really glad that many crew took part in the Capital Cup series. Finally we have the result of the series and we’re happy to announce that the winner is Győri Atlétikai Club Evezős Szakosztály’s men eight. They’ve won both the Eights on Sava in Zagreb and the Wienerachter in Wien. The second was MEC[…]
Dear Teams, Coaches, Volunteers, Umpires and Sponsors In the name of the organizing committee of the 26th count István Széchenyi Memorial Regatta & the 6th International Budapest Cup Regatta and the Danubius National Boating Club – we would like to thank you for your active participation and support. Without your involvement, Budapest Cup Regatta would not exist.[…]
The absolute results 2016! BPC2016 Absolute results.eredmenyek Category results Budapest Cup 2016 Results Categories
We suppose you’re already excited about the regatta. We have made an information package for you about the 6th International Budapest Cup. Please read it carefully! We have made a few changes this year. Firts of all, because of the number of participants there will be 3 divisions, which start 10:00-11:20-12:30 separately. You can find the[…]
On the 2nd April rowers from more than 10 countries will gather in Budapest, the pearl of the Danube, to take part in the sixth edition of the Budapest Cup Regatta. The race is a fast-growing head race which forms part of the 26th Count István Széchenyi Memorial Regatta. Approved by the international rowing federation[…]
The preliminary startlist is available: Budapest Cup 2016 startlist preliminary 20160320 We will have 3 divisions! 10:00 1st division 11:20 2nd division 12:40 3rd division In case of questions please contact us! UNICEF/Budapest Cup Regatta technical rowing shirts can be preordered! Don’t miss the chance to help!
Dear Rowing friends! We have a great news for you. Order NOW a Technical Race T-shirt with the logo of UNICEF and the BUDAPEST CUP for only 10 EUR / Technical T Shirt. This is a great memory and a donation as well towards our great goals. Please indicate Women or Men and S/M /L, how many[…]
Dear Rowers! We’re really happy to see that this year again, the 26th István Széchenyi Memorial Regatta and the 6th International Budapest Cup generates great interest among you. Crews are coming from 10 different countries: Hungary, Germany, Italy, Great Britain, Slovenia, Austria, Serbia, Croatia, the Netherlands and Poland. Almost every Hungarian club represents itselve to contest[…]
We know that isn’t always easy to make a whole crew. But if you want to participate at the Budapest Cup, don’t worry. You only have to let us know your issue to write to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try our best to organize you a team! Happy rowing! See you in April!
There are only two weeks left for making your entry for the next Budapest Cup Regatta! The entries will close on 2nd of March. The easiest way to make your entry is by using the registration menu. This year we expect a record number of entries in total headcount! More than 40 eights have announced[…]