*Cancellation: The Shotgun Sprints, a 1000m race planned to be held on Lake Woodlands, Northshore Park, The Woodlands, Texas for Junior rowers had been cancelled by Parati Competitive Rowing.
*Cancellation: The ACC/Big Ten Dual originally planned for today in Louisville will be held tomorrow on April 3 on Lake Lemon in Bloomington, Indiana. The change for the University of Kentucky was due to the high winds forecasted. The Cardinals will now face Indiana and Iowa instead of Notre Dame who could not make arrangements for the date change.
*Cancellation: The Steve Neczypor Regatta planned for the Cooper River in Pennsauken, New Jersey has been cancelled by the Steve Neczypor Foundation.
Never fear New Jersey, the Lake Lenape Sprints II will be held on Lake Lenape in Mays Landing, hosted by Southern New Jersey Scholastic Rowing Association. There will be 59 entries from 7 clubs.
In Ohio, the University of Cincinnati Rowing Club will host the Cincinnati Regatta for Collegiate rowers. 59 entries from 8 clubs are expected on Harsha Lake.
The Clemson Sprints Regatta will be held on Lake Hartwell in Clemson, South Carolina. Clemson University Rowing Association will host 460 entries from 45 clubs in Masters, Open, Collegiate, High School and Junior categories.
In Florida, the FIRA Championships continue today in Sarasota for Collegiate rowers at Nathan Benderson Park while the FSRA East District Championship Regatta for Juniors will be held at the Clermont Boathouse on Lake Minneola in Clermont. Lake County Rowing Association will host 153 rowers from 18 clubs.
The Husky Open, a 2000m sprint will be held on Montlake Cut in Seattle. The University of Washington will host 104 entries from 26 clubs in Master, Open, Collegiate and Junior categories.
The Regional Park Regatta will be held on the Occoquan Reservoir in Fairfax Station, Virginia. The Virginia Scholastic Rowing Association will host 206 entries of High School rowers from 30 clubs.
Over the weekend, on both Saturday, April 2 and Sunday, April 3, the San Diego Crew Classic will be held at Fiesta Bay-Crown Point Shores. San Diego Crew Classic will host 414 entries from 129 clubs in Juniors, High School, Collegiate, Masters, Open, Elite and Adaptive categories.
The Collegiate roundup includes:
Brown, Dartmouth at Radcliffe Cambridge, Massachusetts.
The Hewitt Cup: Columbia at Princeton and Lightweight at Overpeck Park, New Jersey.
The Cayuga Cup: Cornell at Yale, Derby, Connecticut.
Washington vs. Brown.
The Alumni Cup: Holy Cross vs. Columbia, MIT, Dartmouth, Lake Quinsigamond, Worcester, Massachusetts.
Cornell vs. Harvard, George Washington, Ithaca, New York.
The Burk Cup: Penn vs. Northeastern, Schulkill River, Philadelphia.
The Navy-Princeton Rowing Cup: Navy vs. Princeton, Annapolis, Maryland.
Georgetown vs. Delaware, Washington DC.
The Johnson Cup: Navy vs. Yale, Carnegie Lake, New Jersey.
In Canada, Duelling Over a Grand will be held in Victoria, BC for Master, Open and Collegiate categories hosted by Victoria City Rowing Club.
And the Budapest Cup Regatta will be held in Hungary.