Boat Race: 28 March 1800BST, River Thames
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Although the Boat Race first took place at Henley in 1829, the current course was first used in 1849.
Known simply as the Championship Course, and used for races throughout the year, the Boat Race Course is renowned throughout the rowing world.
Despite, or perhaps because of its eccentricities, the mysterious tides, uneven bends, unpredictable wind and waves, it remains as much of an outstanding challenge to contemporary rowers as it did to their 19th Century predecessors.
Chris Baillieu, the only Light Blue to win four Boat Races in the 20th Century and a former world rowing champion, gives BBC Sport a unique insider's view of the course and its history.