Late September Regattas

Good luck to everyone in the last of the September head races!

Last day for the 43rd Tour du Léman à l’Aviron Geneva hosted by the Société Nautique de Genève in Switzerland. For more information and results see: http://www.nautique.ch/nautique/ch/fr-ch/index.cfm?contentid=BE75E6F9-22008E7D1A09E7D5995C&ident=/nautique/home/home_aviron

  The Portland Row for the Cure will be held on the Willamette River in Portland Oregon for Master, Open, Collegiate Men & Women,  Junior and Novice rowers hosted by the Station L Rowing Club. Web: http://www.stationlrowingclub.com

The  Head of the Potomac 2015, will be held, yes on the Potomac River in our nation’s capital Washington, DC. The head race will include Master, Open, Collegiate, High School,  Junior, and Novice rowers hosted by the Potomac Boat Club at 3530 Water Street. For further details see the Web: http://www.potomacboatclub.org/head-of-the-potomac/

The 11th Annual Lift Bridge Regatta will be hosted by the Fairport Crew Club in Perinton Park at 1399 Fairport Road, Fairport, New York. There will be a new shorter course on the Erie Canal and an earlier start time this year to make way for the midday and late afternoon runs of the Colonial Belle. Just as last year the start will be at the guard gates but now rowers will finish the 3,900 meter course just past the FCC boathouse. More information can be found here: http://www.fairportcrew.orge 

The Head of the Feather River will be held in Oroville, California hosted by Feather River Rowing Club. 

 In Putney, Vermont, the Green Mountain Head Regatta will start at 10am sharp for a 3 mile ‘stake race’ on the Connecticut River. The first half will be an upstream race to navigate a turn around two large orange buoys. Then back again racing to the start for the finish. Vermont maple syrup will be rewarded for first place! Check here for more information: http://www.gmhr.org

In British Columbia, the Deep Cove Classic will be held in North Vancouver, hosted by the Deep Cove Rowing Club on Burrard Inlet, Indian Arm. 

The Head of the Rideau will be held in Ottawa, Ontario and start at 12:00 PM EDT, hosted by the Ottawa Rowing Club on the Rideau River. 

 

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