New Hampshire Championships Regatta
- Oct 10, 2009
- Memorial Field
- Pembroke, NH (USA)
- Hosted By Amoskeag Rowing Club
Divisions, Awards, and Fees2009 Divisions
A. Open - College through age 39 as of December 31, 2009.
(or anyone else who wants to row as an "open" except a Junior or Jr-Novice)
B. Novice - Summer or fall of 2009 is first season rowing or sculling, according to the event.
C. Veteran - 60 years of age or older as of December 31, 2009.
D. Master - 40 years of age as of December 31, 2009.
E. Junior - In grammar school, high school, or prep school as of September, 2009.
F. Junior-Novice - In grammar school, high school or prep school as of September, 2009 and summer or fall of 2009 is first season rowing.
G. To qualify for a separate division, every rower in a 4 must qualify and seven out of eight in an 8 must qualify. (Coxes are exempt from qualifying and may also be of either sex).
H. There are no separate heavyweight or lightweight divisions
and none of the races in the regatta are handicapped.
Individual medals will be awarded to the crews of the three fastest boats in each event, provided there are at least three entries that row the event.
The Ernestine Bayer Cup is awarded to the fastest women?s single scull and the Fairwind's Cup is awarded to the fastest men?s single scull.
The New Hampshire Cup is a team trophy awarded for the best overall performance. Points will be awarded for every event and the teams of the three fastest boats in each event will split the event's point pool. The event pool equals 5 points for each boat that rows the event. 50% of the pool is awarded to first place, 30% to second place and 20% to third place. A boat size adjustment will also be made. Points awarded for singles events will be multiplied by 1, doubles and pairs points will be multiplied by 2, fours and quads by 4 and eights by 6.
For example: A four placing second in an event with 20 boats will earn 120 points. There are 100 points (5 pts per boat x 20 boats = 100) in the pool. Second place earns 30% of the pool (30% of 100 = 30) and the points for a fours event is multiplied by the boat size multiplier of 4 (30 x 4 = 120.)
8x = $90
4+ & 4x = $60
2+ & 2x = $50
1x = $40