Head of the Gorge and Tail of the Gorge Regattas
- Oct 22, 2022 To Oct 23, 2022
- Esquimalt Gorge Park
- Victoria, BC (CAN)
- Hosted By: Gorge Narrows Rowing Club
- Sanctioned by RCA and Rowing BC (2022)
COACH / COXIE / BOW MEETING via Zoom
Topic: HOG-TOG Coach/Cox Meeting
Time: Friday Oct 21, 2022 07:00 PM Vancouver
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 832 7770 7384
This meeting serves to confirm start times and review the water conditions and procedures at the Tillicum Narrows. Again, for your safety, it is essential that all athletes have a thorough understanding of the contents of this regatta package.
View the draw for 22 Oct 2022.
View the draw for 23 Oct 2022.
VOLUNTEERS STILL NEEDED: Be a part of running this iconic regatta! Many of the volunteer jobs don’t require rowing experience. We encourage the broader Victoria community to participate. See the volunteer roles available, and sign up, at https://gnrc.ivolunteer.com/event_003
These two regattas are an iconic BC event, with a broad range of participants and spectacular viewing opportunities. The Head of the Gorge starts near Victoria's historic Old Town, runs north under three bridges, shoots through the rushing waters of Tillicum Narrows, and finishes at Esquimalt Park, The Tail of the Gorge starts in the beautiful Portage Inlet, and runs south under the Craigflower Bridge, to finish back at Esquimalt Park.
Teams from across BC, Alberta, and the Pacific Northwest use this regatta to mark the end of the season and the transition to winter training, with incredible racing during the day and the hospitality of Victoria in the evening. The Head of the Gorge encourages costumes during the race, and that gives the entire event a festival atmosphere.
For 2022, the Head and Tail of the Gorge Regatta is being hosted by Gorge Narrows Rowing Club, and is focused on community and bringing together athletes, volunteers and community members to share an appreciation for the gorge waterway and the sport of rowing. By participating, you are contributing to the mythical story of rowing the Gorge and conquering it. Have fun and enjoy the challenge!
The Gorge Narrows Rowing Club gives thanks to the Lekwungen People of the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations whose traditional lands and waterways we share daily.
|Chief Umpire/Referee||Gordon Sund|
|Entry Fees (CAD)|
|Rowing British Columbia 2022 Seat Fee||$3.50|
|Rowing Canada 2022 Seat Fee||$3.65|
|Plus taxes if applicable|