Carnegie Lake Regatta

  • Hosted By Carnegie Lake Rowing Association
  • USRowing Registered

Rules and Information

Race course is 1000 meters for all events with a floating start
Limit of 3 entries per organization per event (except singles doubles events)
All heats are finals.
Two entries from different clubs per event required for a race

WARNING: Do NOT enter adjacent events. "Hot seating" may not be possible.

USRowing Registered Regatta; 20167Rules of Rowing apply

Rule 2-310, all broken equipment in the starting area will be given 5 minutes to repair with an immediate restart following the repair
Rule 3-105, Bowball; every boat must have a bowball
Rule 3-108, Footgear Release; the heel shall not raise more than 3 inches
Rule 3-110, Bow Numbers; every boat must have a bow number (please bring bow numbers 1-6 if you have them)
Rule 4-103, A female rower may not compete in events for men, and a male rower may not compete in events for women. A crew competing in a mixed event must be 50% male and 50% female, not including the coxswain.
Rule 5-203, all clubs must be USRowing organizational members except for single entries who, if unaffiliated, must be full-privilege individual members of USRowing.  
Rule 5-203, A competitor shall represent only one club.
Rule 5-204, No composite entries.

Payment by credit card only

Masters Events (including AA Category) - All rowers must be 21 years of age or older as of December 31, 2017.

Age handicaps will be applied according to USRowing, 2017 Rules of Rowing

Novice Events - All rowers must be in their first year of rowing

See RegattaCentral to enter by the deadline date: July 3, 2017

All participants must have a "Release of Liability" on file with USRowing or submit a "Release of Liability" available at http://www.usrowing.org/contentfilestore/waiver.pdf by July 3, 2017.

ENTRY FEES:
    Singles - $35
    Doubles - $45
    Fours & Quads - $60
    Eights - $95

All payments must be made by credit card with RegattaCentral