The Home International Regatta is a rowingregatta held every year for the countries of the British Isles - England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. Events are held for both men and women at junior (under 18) and senior levels. The race has been held since 1962 and each country takes it in turns to host the event (although the event may actually take place on water outside that country).
<nowiki>* denotes a tie in number of points</nowiki>
The last 4 columns refer to the overall winner in each of the event categories: Senior Men (SM), Senior Women (SW), Junior Men (JM), and Junior Women (JW).
The match winners are found from calculating the total amount of points won by each country in each section (e.g. Junior Women). Countries receive 4 points for 1st place, 3 points for 2nd place, 2 points for 3rd place and 1 point for 4th.