USRowing Southeast Regional Championships
- Jun 23, 2007 To Jun 24, 2007
- Langley Pond
- Aiken, SC (USA)
- Hosted By USRowing
- USRowing Registered
USRowing Southeast Regional Championship Regatta
The 2007 USRowing Southeast Regional Championship Regatta will be held on June 23-24th at Langley Pond in Aiken, South Carolina. Racing will be spread over two days, Saturday and Sunday. Racing is scheduled to conclude around 1:00pm on Sunday.
Participation in this regatta is restricted to members of USRowing. Unaffiliated single scullers and all other participants must be individual members. All organizations must be organizational members. Participants from outside the Southeast Region may participate, competing for medals only. Team Points will be scored only by Southeast Organizations.
Events: Juniors Men 1x, 2x, Mixed 2x, 4x Women 1x, 2x, 2000m
Collegiate Men 1x, Women 1x 2000m
Open Men 1x, Lt 1x, 2x, 4x, 2-, 4+, Women 1x, Lt 1x, 2x, 4x, 4+ 2000m
Novice Men 1x Women 1x 1000m
Masters Men 1x, 2x, 4x, 2+, 4+, 8+, Lt 2x 1000m
Women 1x, 2x, 4x, 4+, 8+, Lt 2x, 4x; 4+, 8+ 1000m
Specialty Races: Mixed Family 2x, Parent/Child 2x 1000m?
*** Other events can be added if there are at least 3 entries per event. To add events, contact Jim Buckalew, before June 3, 2007 at 304-550-0280 or email@example.com
Entry Fees: Entry Forms and ALL Fees are due to the address below or on line registration before the entry deadline of Friday June 15th, 2007. This year the regatta is using regattacentral.com. We strongly encourage you to sign up for the regatta on-line.
Entry Fees: Singles: $21 Doubles/Pairs: $32 Hours/Quads: $50 Eights: $60 Entry Fees and forms and waivers are DUE on or before Friday, June 15th, 2007.
Make checks payable to: USRowing Southeast Regional Regatta
Send all entry materials (Fees, waivers, forms) to:
2111 Kanawha Avenue, SE
Charleston, WV 25304
Registration: Teams and individuals are to verify entries at the course on Friday, June 22nd, 2007 5:00pm. Registration verification will also be available on Saturday morning, June 23rd, 2007, and Sunday morning, June 24th, 2007.
Waiver: If you are a member of USRowing, you can now sign your waiver online. Visit www.usrowing.org and click on the waiver button to the right of the home page. If you need to join or renew, you may sign the waiver online at that time. If you have signed the waiver on-line or have submitted a waiver to USRowing, you do not need to sign another one for this event.
Collegiate: competitors must be currently enrolled in a college of university and pursuing a degree, graduate or undergraduate.
Junior: Rowers must be 18 years of age or younger as of December 31, 2007 OR have just completed attending high school this academic year (‘06-‘07)
Lightweight- Men = 160 pound max. No average.
Women = 130 pound max. No average. *** Weigh-ins will be conducted at the race course prior to the beginning of racing each day, from 6:30am-7:30am. Lights that make weight on Saturday are certified for the entire weekend. Lightweights that only row on Sunday must make weight on Sunday.
Masters: rowers who have or will attain the age of at least 27 during the current calendar year. Again this year, the AA category will be available for competitors ages 22-26. A competitor’s age is determined as of December 31 of the current calendar year. The age of the Crew is determined by the average age of the crew rounded down to the highest contained integer. The coxswain’s age shall not be counted. Each member of the crew with the exception of the coxswain must be within the masters/age limitations.
Mixed: one half of the rowers in the boat must be men and half of the rowers in the boat must be women.
Novice: The novice rower must be within his or her first year (12 months) of beginning rowing.
Boat Storage and Trailer Parking: The boat storage area will officially be available at noon, Friday June 23. Please be courteous to others and keep cars behind the boat storage area. There is ample parking on site. Bring your own slings and racks. NOTE: Bring tarps or tents for shade!!!!! You will need it.
Bow Balls, Bow Numbers, & Safety: Bow Balls are required equipment. Check all boats to ensure that they are equipped with quick release foot gear as described in the current edition of the USRowing Rules of Rowing. Bow coxed bat are to be in compliance as well. Bow numbers will be provided. Please be sure to return them after your race (s).
Regatta Meeting: The regatta meeting for all scullers, coaches, and coxswains will be held on Friday at 6:00pm at the course. This will be a short meeting to cover any special issues regarding the regatta.
2007 Southeast Regional Regatta
Please use RegattaCentral to enter. Contact RegattaCentral for assistance with registration
Make checks payable to: USRowing
Send Checks to: Jim Buckalew
2111 Kanawha Avenue, SE
Charleston, WV 25304