Covered Bridge Regatta

  • Hosted By: Oregon Association of Rowers
  • 2016 Registered Regatta

2011 Covered Bridge Regatta

Saturday, April 9, 2011.  Events for juniors, masters and collegiate rowers. 


A schedule is now available here. This is the version to print and bring to the 6:15 AM meeting.


Men's dual races during the noon hour:

University of Washington vs. Oregon State University


The information packet is now available. A preliminary order of events is posted on the 'Event List.' The final schedule will be completed following the closure of entries on April 1st and will be available at www.oarowing.org and at www.RegattaCentral.com. Note that the lunch break will likely follow the M masters 4+ event. News and near real-time results are available by following OAR_CBR on Twitter.


FRIDAY, April 8th:  Dexter Dash and Dinner

5:30 PM: 1000 meter heats for masters singles, 6:00 PM: 500 meter relay races for singles and eights, 6:30 PM: catered dinner.

- Heats for the (1000m) men's and women's masters singles will be held on Friday starting at 5:30 PM (meeting at 4:45 PM under the picnic shelter). Finals Saturday morning, if necessary.

 - Friday at about 6:00 PM we will hold informal sprint relay races(approx. 500 m) for masters singles and eights (novice and experienced, M & W). The races will be followed by an informal and tasty dinner under the park shelter. 

- Registration for the Dexter Dash and Dinner by email to DexterDash@oarowing.org by April 1st.

- download: Dash Information packet and DASH entry form

We encourage you to arrive on Friday to enter the relays, the single's heats or just to unload boats and equipment and maybe take a practice row to be ready for Saturday. Unless you are racing, please stay well clear of the course from 4:45 PM onwards.


Overnight security at the park will be provided.

All entries must be completed through the Regatta Central website by April 1st. Fees must be paid by April 1st. Late entries or late fees will be accepted only on a space-available basis and at 1.5x the original entry fee.

State of Oregon boaters must carry with them the new 'Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention Permit.' The regatta will provide permits for out of state teams.

We strongly encourage clubs and schools to bring motor launches and drivers. This has been an incredible help in the past and we need you again this year. We do reimburse for fuel!

Once again the Ed Offchiss Memorial Trophy will be awarded to the winner of the Men's Masters Single. Ed was an OAR member who passed away during the 2003 'Row for the Cure' in Portland. Team Points Efficiency Trophies will be awarded to the junior and collegiate teams.

All CBR registration must be completed through www.RegattaCentral.com

Questions?:

General regatta: Anita Larson regatta@oarowing.org

CBR entries: regatta_entry@oarowing.org

Dexter Dash and Dinner: DexterDash@oarowing.org



PLEASE NOTE: 


For proper seeding and handicapping, all masters entries must include athlete's names and birthdates.


State of Oregon boaters must carry the 'Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention Permit'


Heats for the men's and women's masters single sculls events will be held on Friday evening in conjunction with the D3. Finals, if necessary, will be held on Saturday morning.


A Championship men's 4+ event is added this year and will include the 'dual' between OSU and UW. Men's collegiate crews are invited to enter either this "Championship" event or the "Varsity" event immediately following.

PDFs:

CBR info

DASH info

DASH entry form