Regatta Weather at Warmer Venues

Brr, too cold in the Northeast to row outdoors right now but there is plenty of competition to be had at warmer venues and a Battle of the Erg in the Lone Star State. 

The West Coast Fall Speed Order continues with race day in Oakland, California after yesterday’s indoor erg qualification. Hosted by USRowing on Oakland Estuary. Web: http://www.usrowing.org/events_new/details/2015/11/13/default-calendar/2015-fall-west-coast-speed-order

The 4th annual Battle of the Erg – Parati Showdown will start at 10am in The Woodlands, Texas. The indoor competition using Concept2 ergs will be held in Commons Building A at Lone Star College, Montgomery Campus hosted by Parati Competitive Rowing. There will be 69 entries from 6 clubs. Web: http://paratirowingthewoodlands.org/

 Head of the South will be hosted by the Augusta Rowing Club in Georgia. 636 entries from 67 clubs are expected to compete on the Savannah River. Web: http://www.augustarowingclub.org

The Great Britain Rowing Team first para-rowing assessment will be held in Caversham, UK for Adaptive – International entries.

The Tri-National  Basel Head will be hosted by Frinationaler Regattaverein Basel in Switzerland. This is Switzerland’s biggest 8+ event. In the tradition of the Head of the River in London or the Head of the Charles in Boston entries start at short intervals to compete for best time. Web: http://www.baselhead.org

And over the weekend, the Stetson Fall Rowing Rendezvous will be held in DeLand, Florida. Stetson University will host 304 entries from 37 clubs on Lake Betesford and the St. Johns River on both Saturday and Sunday. Web: http://www.gohatters.com

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