Great Baltimore Burn
- Feb 7, 2009
- BRC Boathouse
- Baltimore, MD (USA)
- Hosted By Baltimore Rowing Club
- USRowing Registered
The Great Baltimore Burn 2009 Rules and Regulations
Concept 2 Model D ergs will be used for this event. Unless otherwise noted all events are 2000 meters. You may use the damper setting of your choice but the setting must not be changed during the race. All other monitor settings must not be changed. Log cards are not allowed.
Your age will be your age as of race day. If you are trying to qualify for C.R.A.S.H.-B as a junior you must be born on or after January 1, 1991 and be enrolled in high school.
This year we will hold lightweight events for all categories; collegiate, juniors, masters and open. Lightweights are defined as men 165 lbs and less, women 135 lbs and less.
All lightweights must weigh in at registration. A competitor must be stamped by a weigh-in official. If you don't have a stamp your result will count in the open division of the event.
C.R.A.S.H.-B Qualifying Times and Rules
The Great Baltimore Burn is an official satellite regatta of The C.R.A.S.H.-B Sprints.
Concept 2 provides the airfare for up to four competitors from each of the satellite regattas.
In the event that we have more than four competitors who qualify for the trip, the Baltimore Burn race committee will decide who is selected. Concept 2 has no role in this decision. The decision of the race committee will be final. All qualified competitors must meet all eligibility requirements.
Please click here to view the qualifying times.
Intrepretation of Rules
The interpretation of the rules and decisions regarding the Baltimore Burn will be made by the race committee. All decisions will be final.