Going into the final race Marlow had clocked up 9 wins at the regatta:
- Masters C/D Eights (Ben Kent, John Yeatman, Peter Stasiuk, Mike Parsons, Ed House, Mark Ruinet, Walimar Czakan, Rob Robertson coxed by Claire Vanner),
- Mix IM2 Eights (Ben Kent, Jo Wright, Crispin Knill, Victoria Parsons, Anna Brazinova, Hannah Cumming, Mark Ruinet, Andy McCartney, coxed by Claire Vanner) ,
- Masters B/C 4+ (Ben Kent, John Yeatman, Mark Ruinet, cox Claire Vanner),
- Novice coxed 4’s (Josh Kent, Joe Rockell, Seb Devereux, Charlie Simon coxed by Ted Treasure),
- Women’s Novice coxed 4’s (Tuba Islam, Amanda Rice, Claire Gray, Kerry Clarke coxed by Lisa Knill),
- J16 quad sculls (Joe Rockell, Dan Hughes, Josh Kent, Seb Devereux),
- J14 coxed quad sculls, (Piers Hinton, Keegan Curlewis, Will Sones, Ted Treasure, coxed by Alex Haynes),
- J14 double sculls (Alex Haynes, Fraser Russell),
- Mix IM2 double sculls (Jo Wright, Alex Gasper),
- Masters D/E single sculls (Rob Robertson).
These 9 wins meant that going into that last race of the day Marlow were level on points (26:26) with Maidenhead - meaning that Marlow had secured the Victor Ludorum (awarded for the visiting club with the most wins). That last race was Marlow v Maidenhead in J14 doubles which Marlow (Alex Haynes, Fraser Russell) won, meaning that Marlow was the most successful crew overall with 28 points and also took the Sword prize.