2016 CRASH-Bs and More

  The Crash-B’s are in Boston today. Need I say more?

The 2016 C.R.A.S.H.-B. Sprints World Indoor Rowing Championship will be held in the Agganis Arena, Boston University, 925 Commonwealth Avenue in Boston. Hosted by CRASH-B 2,321 entries are expected, 441 clubs will be represented in Junior, High School, Collegiate, Master, Adaptive and Elite categories. 

The Saint Louis Indoor Rowing Championships will be held on the campus of Washington University in Saint Louis. There will be Master, Open, Collegiate, High School, Junior,  Novice, and Coxswain categories will be hosted by Washington University STL Rowing.

In California, The Sac State/ Chico State/ Cal Lights Tri Gold River will be held in Gold River hosted by Sac State Men’s Rowing.

  The Faultline Faceoff Invitational will be hosted by the Oakland Strokes for one more  day in El Sobrante, California on San Pablo Reservoir.

In Florida, the Sarasota Invitational will also continue again for another day on Nathan Benderson Lake, in Sarasota. Hosted By SCRC Sarasota Masters, there will be Junior, High School, Master and Adaptive categories.

  The Great Britain Rowing Team para-rowing third assessment will finish today in Caversham for Adaptive – International rowers. 

  Nottingham Head Of The Trent will be held today in the East Midlands. Nottingham Union Rowing Club and Nottingham Rowing Club will co-host both the Nottingham Head of the Trent and the Nottingham Masters Head of the Trent.
 And last but not least, the Maidstone Spring Head will be held in the Thames Region. 

***Best wishes for BEST TIMES!!!

 

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