The Boustead Cup is an annual rowing race held over the Championship Course in London, England, between men's eights from Thames Rowing Club and London Rowing Club. It was first held in 1947, with the cup given by the Boustead family. The Thames Rowing Club is the current holder following a victory in 2016. It is almost the same course of the famous the boat race but the opposite way round starting at the finish, and finishing at the start.
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