- Feb 26, 2011 To Feb 27, 2011
- Nathan Benderson Lake
- Sarasota, FL (USA)
- Hosted By: Sarasota County Rowing Club, Inc/dba Sarasota Masters
- 2016 Registered Regatta
LAST UPDATED: 02 - 20 - 11
Unless otherwise noted herein, US Rowing rules for eligibility will apply
EVENTS MAY CLOSE EARLY:
It is anticipated that some events may see significant entries.
We reserve the right to close some events before the deadline if necessary.
Will be 1000 m and start via Floating Starts.
Masters events will use US Rowing Handicaps.
In order to increase potential for participation, for this regatta only please note:
> Masters Women may participate in Masters Mens boats
> Masters Mixed boats must have a minimum participation of 50% Women rowers.
However, you are allowed to seat the boat with more than 50% Women,
i.e. 5 or more Women in an Eight+, or 3 or more Women in a Four+.
Youth events will be 1500 m and start via Anchored Starting Dock.
SPECIAL RULE FOR YOUTH MIXED 8+ AND MIXED 4X:
> Youth Mixed boats must have a minimum participation of 50% Female rowers
However, you are allowed to seat the boat with greater than 50% Female rowers;
i.e. 5 or more Females in an Eight+, or 3 or more Females in a Quad.
SPECIAL RULE FOR YOUTH 1 V, Lightweight, 2V classifications:
> As per FSRA rules, in order to enter a 2V 8+ race, you must enter a 1V 8+.
In order to enter a 3V 8+, you must enter a 2V 8+.
> The 1V should always be faster than the 2V; the 2V should always be faster than the 3V.
> A Lightweight 8+ may take the place of a 1V if the non-Lightweight 8+ uses
your Varsity rowers. Therefore, if the remaining 8+ is truly not your Varsity 8+,
you can skip the 1V 8+ and enter directly to the 2V 8+.
> This rule is to be applied if entering the Ltwt 8+ negatively impacts your remaining 8+.
> It is designed to place your crews in the appropriate classification, so that true 1V8+
crews will race other 1V8+ crews. If you have any doubt as to whether or not you should skip the 1V8+ classification, please do not.
> This rule is designed to make the competition more even and fair throughout the levels.
> The Sarasota Invitational Organizing Committee reserves the right to examine
race times and may disqualify a team which is found to abuse this rule.
MIDDLE SCHOOL EVENTS:
> These are Scrimmage time trials and as such no medals will be awarded --
These are not considered the first race of a rower's novice year
> These time trials will be 1000 m and utilize Floating Starts.
> Per US Rowing requirements, US Rowing Officials will supervise.
COXSWAINS OF MIDDLE SCHOOL EVENTS:
In order to provide added safety for Middle School rowers, coxswains of these events may be Novices in an HS age program (i.e. NOT in Middle School).
There shall be no minimum weights for Coxswains.
ALL ROWERS must have valid a US Rowing waiver for 2011.
WAIVERS should be done on-line at RC for maximum convenience and efficiency!
There will be a separate (read: slower) line for papers waivers at Registration.
Scratches made after Sun, Feb 20 at 11:59 pm Eastern time will not be entitled to refunds.
All boats must have adequate Bow Balls, Bow Numbers, and Quick Release shoes as per US Rowing rules. These will be checked prior to launching.
Each rower in a Junior Men's lightweight crew shall weigh no more than 160 lbs.
Each rower in a Junior Women's lightweight crew shall weigh no more than 130 lbs.
There shall be no boat averaging.
Lightweight crews must weigh-in together, including the coxswain, if applicable. Competitors shall be weighed in racing uniform, without shoes or other footgear.
(Weight change made on 02-20-11 to conform to USRA standards.)
The weigh-in tent will be open for lightweight crews starting at 7:00am on Saturday. All lightweight rowers must have weighed-in at least one hour before their race.
YOUTH ALL POINTS CUP SCORING SYSTEM: