Regattas Continue 

Regattas continue on in great weather as the weekend clocks down through Sunday’s events. 

  The WCC/PCRC/Pac-12 Championships continue for another day on Lake Tahoma in Gold River, California hosted by Pacific 12 Conference.

  

The 12th Annual Lowell Invitational will wrap up today on the Merrimack River in Lowell, Massachusetts hosted by the Lowell Regatta Rowing Association. 

  The Midwest Scholastic Rowing Championship continues for another day on Dillon Lake in  Nashport, Ohio On Dillon Lake  hosted by LOC & MSRA. 

  

And in Florida, USRowing Southeast Youth Championships head toward finals at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota hosted by USRowing.

The Men’s Sprints (EARC) will be held on Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Massachusetts cohosted by USRowing and Quinsigamond Rowing. There will be 117 entries from 19 clubs. For livestream check HERE.

The Metro-Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Championships for Collegiate teams will be held today in West Windsor, New Jersey hosted by MAAC.
The Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Championships will also be held in West Windsor, New Jersey for Collegiate teams hosted by CAA.

And the Ivy League Conference Championships will also be held in West Windsor, New Jersey for Collegiate teams hosted by Ivy League.

The Novice Regatta (I’ve rowed in this one) will be held in Middletown, Connecticut on the Connecticut River. 

  In British rowing, the Maidenhead Junior Regatta, an invitational regatta will be held today in the Thames region. 

And the Nottingham Masters & Club Regatta will be held in the East Midlands region. 

Much luck to all on this very fine day!

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