Head of the Charles
Thousands of competitors and spectators are in Boston for the Head of the Charles regatta, expected to generate at least $54 million to the Massachusetts economy.
The 2014 Head of the Charles Regatta will be held on the weekend of October 18-19. Races run from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. Here’s a guide if you’re going.
To see them rowing on the Charles River – arms pumping, backs aching, lungs nearly bursting – you would never know these athletes had any physical limitations.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh has welcomed participants to the Head of the Charles regatta with the christening of a scull on City Hall Plaza.
Wally the Green Monster, Slyde of the New England Revolution, and Lucky from the Boston Celtics hit the waters of the Charles River in honor of the upcoming regatta.
Here are a few choice places on the Head of the Charles Regatta course that are especially worth checking out.
Here are five things you didn’t know about the Head of the Charles Regatta.
WBZ-TV is proud to partner with Head of the Charles Regatta for the 50th anniversary of this world class sporting event. Find visitor resources, like the best spots to watch, where to eat, and what events not to miss, by visiting our Head of the Charles section.
If you’re a student, either from Boston or visiting from out of town, here’s an all-inclusive guide to your way around the Head of the Charles Regatta, Oct 18-19, 2014.
The Charles River sits right in Boston’s backyard. But here are five things you don’t know about it.