14 crews competed in the Admiral of the Port's Challenge on the River Thames on Monday night.
The annual race between Thames cutter crews, inaugurated by the Lord Mayor of the London in his capacity as Admiral of the Port of London, is rowed between Westminster Bridge and Westminster Boating Base.
The rules require that the cutters are rowed by four oars, must be rigged with their ceremonial canopies and flags and must carry two passengers.
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