- Feb 4, 2023
- Bill Frederick Turkey Lake Park
- Orlando, FL (USA)
- Hosted By: Lake Brantley Rowing Association
Parking Link (more information below).
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Lake Brantley Rowing Association is once again hosting the Novice Regatta @ Turkey Lake on February 4th, 2023.The deadline for entries is January 29th, 2023. As most of you know, this is a great first regatta for your novices to gain the experience of spring racing. Medals will be awarded per flight; the merits of doing so will provide great excitement for a young rower in their first regatta of the season. Like always, we will offer sweep, sculling, mixed & middle school events.This is A TRUE NOVICE event- a true novice is a rower that is in their first year of rowing in high school as of June 2022. Regardless of grade, and previous rowing experience prior to entering high school. Middle school rowers will be awarded 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place medals. We will try our best to cater to everyone's specific situations with regards to scheduling, so to help with that please try to submit entries before the deadline.
** THERE WILL BE NO USE OF DRONES DURING THE EVENT **
While the regatta organizers understand the use of drones during a regatta. The Novice Regatta is one that we just can not allow drones at all. The rowers are brand new to this sport, and can be easily distracted. We appreciate your understanding.
** CAN YOU HELP? WE NEED LAUNCHES AND DRIVERS! **
** NEW PARK RULES 2023 **
- NO OPEN FLAME COOKING
- Turkey Lake Park is no longer accepting cash the day of the event. Each rower and spectator will need to purchase a enrty ticket prior to the event by clicking here. The cost is $3.00 per person paid in advanced.
|Chief Referee||Not yet posted|
|Entry Fees (USD)|
Fee cap: $2,000.00 per club
Note: to receive the fee cap all entries must be submitted under one account per club
|Max entries||2500 entries. This venue has a restriction on how many entries are permitted. Registration is closed when this cap is reach ( or the deadline passes, whichever occurs first.)|