In California, the USRowing Southwest Youth Championships continue today from yesterday and on through tomorrow on Lake Natoma hosted by USRowing.
The USRowing Mid-Atlantic Youth Championships will be held on Lake Mercer in West Windsor, New Jersey for Junior entries. USRowing will host 380 entries from 50 clubs.
And in Oklahoma, the USRowing Central Youth Championships will be held in Oklahoma City. USRowing will host 420 entries from 23 clubs on the Oklahoma River.
The South Scholastic Rowing Association Championship will be held at the prestigious Baylor School in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Baylor School/MSSRA will host.
The Wy-Hi Regatta will be held on the Detroit River in Wyandotte, Michigan. High School entries will be hosted by the Wyandotte Boat Club.
The 7th Annual St. Mary’s Prep Laddie Cup will be held in Orchard Lake, Michigan for 247 High School and Junior entries from 20 clubs hosted by St. Mary’s Preparatory Crew Booster Club. Congrats to St. Mary’s Prepatory Crew on their 40th anniversary!
In Illinois, the Greater Chicago Juniors Rowing Championship will be held on Crystal Lake for 108 High School and Junior entries from 10 clubs hosted by Crystal Lake Rowing Club.
The Novice Challenge will thankfully be held in Lowell, Massachusetts on the Merrimack River for High School and Junior entries hosted by Lowell High School Crew. If you remember, the Novice Challenge was cancelled last year. This year 83 entries from 16 clubs are ready to show their stuff!
The Ted Phoenix Regatta- Lower Boat Championship will be held at Sandy Run Regional Park on the Occoquan Reservoir in Fairfax Station, Virginia. Junior clubs will be hosted by the Virginia Scholastic Rowing Association. There will be 100 entries from 29 clubs.
It’s the Race for the Bays Havens Beach in Sag Harbor, New York for Master rowers hosted by Main Beach Surf and Sport.
The 30th Annual Windermere Cup/Opening Day Regatta will be held on Montlake Cut in Seattle, Washington to celebrate the start of the boating season. Master, Collegiate and Junior entries will be hosted by the University of Washington and Windermere Real Estate. More than 800 rowers will comprise 56 entries from 29 clubs.
The Florida Masters Regatta will be held in Orlando on Lake Fairview for 158 Master, Open, HIgh School and Junior entries from 26 clubs hosted by the Orlando Rowing Club.
The Mayor’s Cup will be held in Providence, Rhode Island on the Seekonk River for 202 Master, Open, High School and Junior entries from 27 clubs hosted by the Narragansett Boat Club.
In British Rowing, the Borne at Chiswick Bridge Regatta with be held on the River Thames in West London hosted by the Mortlake Anglian & Alpha Boat Club.
The Durham City Regatta will be held today and tomorrow May 8 in the Northern region hosted by the Durham Amateur Rowing Club, founded in 1860.
The 152nd Bedford Amateur Regatta will be held today on the River Great Ouse. The 1200m course runs through the center of town with a starting from the County Bridge following through town through the Suspension Bridge. The Bedford Amateur Regatta Committee promises one of the largest single day regattas in all of Great Britain.
The Shrewsbury Regatta & Sprint will be held over the next two days in the West Midlands region.
In World Rowing, the European Rowing Championships continue from yesterday through tomorrow May 8 in Brandenburg, Germany hosted by the Organizing Committee of the ERCH. For livestream check HERE.
Also in Germany, the 2016 International DRV Juniors Regatta, a 2000m/1500m regatta for for Juniors U19 and U17 will be held today and tomorrow in Munich hosted by the Organizing Committee Regatta Munchen E.V.
In Belgium, the 2016 International Belgian Senior & U23 Championships and the 13th International Flemish Junior Championships will be held both today and tomorrow in Ghent. KR Sport Geur, established 1883 will host the 2000m event for Senior, Lightweight, Under23 and Junior entries.
In Japan, the 2016 Toda Regatta, a 1000m course for Masters will be held today and tomorrow in Tokyo.
That’s a lot of water to pull! Good luck everyone.