Novice Regatta

  • Hosted By Lake Brantley Rowing Association
  • 2016 Registered Regatta



Participants: This regatta is open to all boys and girls rowing for schools and/or clubs.A rower may only represent one Club or High School, not both.

Sanctioning Body and Waivers: This is a United States Rowing Association registered regatta, conducted under the USRA's member insurance program. Accordingly, each competitor must provide a completed and signed U.S. Rowing Waver Form. (Download the Waiver Form here.) Please present your team's Waiver Forms when checking in at the registration tent.

No rower will be allowed to compete without a completed and signed Waiver Form on file

Regatta Rules: The 2007 Novice Regatta will follow the FSRA Scholastic Regatta Rules for spring 2007. The rules can be found at

Registration Fees and Deadline: ALL ENTRIES MUST BE RECEIVED ON OR BEFORE February 10, 2007

2007 Novice Regatta Entry Fee's
Fours (4X) $70
Eights (8X) $90
Maximum Entry Cap $600

ENTRIES must be received by  February 10, 2007. Please register before February 10,2007, to avoid a late entry fee. No entries will be accepted after the Coach's and Coxswain meeting on February 17, 2006.

Late Entry Fee: Entries recieved after Febuary 10th, will be charged a 10% late entry fee.

Scratch Fees: A $25 scratch fee per race will be in effect immediately following the Coaches and Cox Meeting on Saturday morning,race day.

Dock Fees: A $1.00 dock fee will be assessed per athlete. 

Late Entries: Schools or clubs with outstanding fees or scratch fees will not be permitted to participate until fees are paid in full.

Mailing Address:  Registration may be done on line at or Completed registration forms and registration fee checks (made payable to LBRA (Lake Brantley Rowing Association )and may be mailed to:


Linda Larson

104 Sweetwater Blvd S

Longwood, Florida 32779

Download a copy of the registration form at

For more information please contact:

Vicki Jakubowski  407-468-9971

Linda Larson        321-277-4484

Coaches and Cox Meeting: There will be a mandatory meeting at the pavilion near the  Boone Crew boathouse at 7:00 AM on the morning of the regatta.

Bow balls, Bow markers and Shoes: No boat will be permitted on the water without a bow ball and quick-release shoes. Each team should supply it's own bow markers and have the correct lane number (1-6) fitted to the bow prior to each race.

Seeding/Lane Assignments:  Heats will be seeded based on the prior spring regattas, as available. Finals lane assignments will follow the standard progression rules. Lane progressions will be posted on the day of the race. Heat winners will receive center lane assignments.

Tents: Tents will be permitted in designated areas only. Tents can be erected no earlier than 3:00 PM on Friday, February 16, 2007.

Boat trailer parking:  Ample boat trailer parking will be available in designated areas. Boat trailer parking is available after 2:00 PM on Friday February 16, 2007. Although security will be provided from Friday 6:00 PM through Saturday at 6:00 AM, boat and trailer parking is at your own risk. . Trailer drivers may contact  Vicki Jakubowski at 407-468-9971,for information on overnight trailer parking.

Practice: Friday , February 16, 2007 from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Rowers must be off the water by 5:30 PM. The park will close at 6:00 PM.

Eligibility: A rower may only represent one Club or High School, not both. Must be a Novice-rowing less than 1 year

Freshmen Events.A freshman shall be defined as a rower who is in the ninth (9) grade in high school and may include rowers in sixth (6), seventh (7) and eighth (8) grades.  This does not include those students who have been retained due to academic reasons in high school.  Coxswains of freshmen boats shall meet the freshman definition above.

Flight and Lane Assignments:  The number of flights will be determined after all registrations are received. Final flight and lane assignments will be determined by  February 15, and the final schedule of events will be posted on

Awards: Medals will be awarded for first, second and third place finish in each heat. A race trophy, to remain in the possession of the winning crew for one year, will be awarded to the team with the most points. Points will be awarded for events as outlined in the FSRA Annual Championship Regatta Rules.