FISA World Rowing Masters Regatta
- Sep 2, 2010 To Sep 5, 2010
- Royal Canadian Henley Regatta Course
- St. Catharines, ON (CAN)
- Hosted By St. Catharines World Rowing
Races will be held under the FISA Rules of Racing as amended from time to time.
A rower may compete as a Master from the beginning of the year during which he or she attains the age of 27.
A rower shall be placed in the age category corresponding to the age as of December 31, 2010. A crew's age is determined by rounding down to the highest contained integer of the aggregate mean age of its rowers. (For example, the age of a crew whose rowers have a mean age of 54.9 is 54, and thus is a D category boat).
A Minimum age 27 years or more
B Average age 36 years or more
C Average age 43 years or more
D Average age 50 years or more
E Average age 55 years or more
F Average age 60 years or more
G Average age 65 years or more
H Average age 70 years or more
I Average age 75 years or more
J Average age 80 years or more
Age categories do not apply to coxswains.
Female coxswains will be permitted in men's crews and vice versa.
In mixed crew events half the crew, excluding the coxswain, shall be women and half men. The coxswain may be of either sex. The minimum weight of coxswains is 50 kg.
Each competitor shall be responsible for his own health and fitness and must be in a position to prove his age by production of an official document.
Members of the same crew shall compete wearing uniform clothing (vest, shorts and any additional garments). The regulation regarding uniform clothing will not be enforced in mixed crews.
Where the number of entries in an event exceeds the number of racing lanes, the entry will be divided into two or more finals. Prizes will be awarded to the winners of each final.
A separate classification will take place and prizes will be awarded for each age category, even when the race is held together with other age groups. This applies to both men's and women's events.
Entries must be made in the name of a bona fide club registered with its national federation. No competitor may compete for two different clubs or federations at the same regatta.