Chicago Sprints

  • Jul 10, 2010 To Jul 11, 2010
  • sprint
  • 1000m
  • Chicago, IL (USA)
  • Hosted By Lincoln Park Boat Club
  • 2016 Registered Regatta

For updated news on the Chicago Sprints, visit lpbc.net or email us at rowing@lpbc.net

Payments - are due Thursday July 1.  Late payments (check) will be accepted at registration during the regatta, and are subject to a $10 processing fee per check.

Total Entries Cap - the maximum number of entries that will be accepted for the 2010 Chicago Sprints is 250 for all events combined.  Registration for all events will be closed once that cap has been reached.

Maximum Events per Rower - the maximum number of events for any individual rower is 3.  Coxswains may participate in more than 3 events.

Waivers - may be turned in at registration. 

Adaptive events - please contact Mark Carroll at rowing@lpbc.net if you or someone you know would like to participate in the Adaptive events for Chicago Sprints.  This i absolutely required.

Championship Trophy - Kuperman Cup

Many of you know that in 2008 LPBC mourned the loss of our longtime friend and coach, Yuriy Kuperman.  Over 10 years, Yuriy was a fixture of our club and of competitive rowing throughout the country.  His distinction as a coach is demonstrated by the success achieved by his scullers at many local, national and international regattas.  To reward excellence in sculling at the Chicago Sprints Regatta in Yuriy's honor, we will be presenting the Kuperman Cup to the club that achieves the most success in sculling events.  The points awarded in each sculling event are as follows:

 

1x:        1st Place:  12

            2nd Place: 10

            3rd Place:   8

            4th Place:   6

 

2x:        1st Place:  18

            2nd Place: 15

            3rd Place:  12

            4th Place:   9

 

4x:        1st Place:  22

            2nd Place: 18

            3rd Place:  14

            4th Place:  10

 

This trophy was made possible through the generosity of LPBC club members in memory of their friend and coach, Yuriy Kuperman.