Head of the Cuyahoga
- Sep 18, 2010
- Cleveland Rowing Foundation
- Cleveland, OH (USA)
- Hosted By: Cleveland Rowing Foundation
- 2016 Registered Regatta
- click here for the 2010 Head of the Cuyahoga Regatta Official Packet/Rules
- see 'News' section on the left menu for updates/additional information
Excerpt from the Regatta Official Packet/Rules :
* A female rower shall not compete in events for men, and a male rower shall not compete in events for women.
Junior: A junior is a competitor who in the current calendar year does not attain the age of 19, or who is currently, and has been continuously, enrolled in secondary school as a full time student seeking a diploma. Juniors CANNOT enter Open Events.
Novice: A competitor who has not competed in a regatta before the current calendar year.
Open: Any rower who does not fall under the Junior Category.
Master: A competitor who has attained/will attain the age of 27 during the current calendar year. Categories will be as follows: (A) 27 to 35 years, (B) 36 to 42 years, (C) 43 to 49 years, (D) 50 to 54 years, (E) 55 to 59 years, (F) 60 to 64 years, (G) 65 to 69 years, (H) 70 to 74 years, (I) 75 to 79 years, (J) 80 and over.
There will be mandatory weigh-ins. Please see the regatta rules for more information. In accordance with US Rowing Rules of Rowing:
- A men's lightweight crew shall average no more than 155 lbs. per rower and no individual rower shall weigh more than 160 lbs.
- A male single sculler (1x) shall not weigh more than 160 lbs.
- A Junior Men's lightweight crew is one in which no individual rower weighs more than 155 lbs.
- A men's Masters lightweight crew is one in which no individual rower weighs more than 160 lbs.
- A women's lightweight crew, including a single (1x) shall have no rower who weighs more than 130 lbs.
Recreational: The Recreational category is for masters who practice on average one day per week. This category includes such crews as those rowing as a corporate crew, in a summer rowing league, as novices (in first year of rowing), or other occasional rowers. What distinguishes a recreational rower is the limited frequency with which he or she rows. A team may not enter a Masters event and also a Recreational event. Recreational Rowers have attained/will attain the age of 21 during the current calendar year.