Head of the Anacostia
- Sep 26, 2015
- Anacostia Community Boathouse
- Washington, DC (USA)
- Hosted By Capital Rowing Club
- 2016 Registered Regatta
Head of the Anacostia (HOTA)
“Come for the racing, stay for the pie.”
Saturday September 26th
The race is set in the heart of the Nation’s Capital and passes by Nationals Stadium on the port side approximately 1500m from the start line. In addition to racing, the regatta includes an apple pie contest (best pie wins) after the last race. Enter an apple pie in the contest, or simply partake in the deliciousness. Rowers, spectators, coaches, referees, and volunteers; there will be apple pies for all.
Coming from out of town? Make it a two head race weekend. The Head of the Potomac is on Sunday September 27th. If you are interested in leaving your trailer overnight at the ACBA boathouse before heading out to the Head of the Potomac on Sunday morning, email the race director at firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm space is available. We are only about six miles away from the HOTP starting line. Overnight trailer space is available but limited.
Send questions to the race director at email@example.com.
Official regatta sponsor
The regatta will include sweep and sculling events for junior, master, open and adaptive rowers. The course length is 2.5 miles and is a head-style race.
- Junior is defined as a competitor who, in the current calendar year, does not attain the age of 19.
- Master is defined as a competitor who has attained or will attain the age of 21 during the current calendar year. A competitor’s age is determined as of December 31 of the current calendar year.
- Novice is a defined as a Master who finished a novice rowing class less than one year from the date of the race.
- Open has no restrictions.
Best Apple Pie Contest
The pie contest is for bakers of all ages and skill. This year’s apple pie contest is sure to be phenomenal. The judging starts once racing is finished, around 12:45 pm. Apple pies are judged on the following four criteria, each of equal weight.
1) Presentation 2) Taste/Flavor 3) Crust 4) Filling
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to register for the pie contest. After the judging, there will be apple pie and ice cream for rowers, spectators and coaches.
Sign up for an exposition row in the Stampfli 24x after the racing is over.
IMPORTANT: Send an email to the email@example.com with your trailer and van details by September 18, 2015 or you will not have space to park!
Parking and Directions
The Head of the Anacostia is at the Anacostia Community Boathouse.
Boat trailers, car top scullers, race officials and handicapped parking is available at the ACBA Boathouse, 1900 M Street SE, Washington, DC 20003
Parking for rowers and spectators will be at the Maritime Plaza parking lot. The parking lot is on M Street before you get to the boathouse. The address for the Maritime Parking Lot is 1201 M St SE, Washington, DC 20003. The parking lot is a 3/4 mile walk to the boathouse.
Google Maps – Enter “38.8782,-76.9796″ as your destination.
September 26th, 2015
1900 M Street SE
Washington, DC 20003
Help spread the word
We are excited for a day of racing on the Anacostia. Please encourage your friends to join us. And, send any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Host/LOC||Capital Rowing Club|
|Chief Referee||Not yet posted|
|Entry Fees (USD)||