The Sacramento Aquatic Center invites 321 Master entries from 21 clubs to the 2016 Gold Rush Masters Regatta for a chance to strike gold like the Gold Rush Miners of 1849. These hopefuls will row a 1000m buoyed course with boat stakes on Lake Natoma in Gold River, California.
The Orchard Beach Masters Regatta will be held today at the Orchard Beach Lagoon in New Rochelle, New York. Pelham Community Rowing Association will host 54 Master entries from 17 clubs.
Chargers Rowing Club will host 106 High School and Junior entries from 13 clubs to the Chargers Junior Invitational on Onondaga Lake in Syracuse, New York.
The Midwest Junior Rowing Championship will be held today through tomorrow May 22 in Bantam, Ohio. The Cincinnati Junior Rowing Club will host 491 High School and Junior Entries from 36 clubs to the 2000m buoyed course on Harsha Lake at East Fork State Park for singles, pairs, double quads, and coxed fours and eights. Categories include novice, lightweight and varsity.
USRowing Northeast Youth Championships will be held today and tomorrow on Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Massachusetts. USRowing will host 429 High School and Junior entries from 48 clubs.
USRowing Northwest Youth Championships continue today and wrap up tomorrow in Vancouver, Washington hosted by USRowing.
And the Stotesbury Cup Regatta will finish today in Philadelphia on the Schuylkill hosted by Schuylkill Navy.
In Canada, the South Niagara Rowing Club will host the SNRC Rowing Invitational in Welland, Ontario. 590 High School and Junior entries from 74 clubs will compete on the South Course of Welland International Flatwater Centre.
In British Rowing, the Walton & Weybridge Regatta will be held today on the River Thames in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, England. The Walton & Waybridge Regatta has been held annually since 1862. For livestream check HERE.
The Worcester Spring Regatta will be held today in the West Midlands region hosted by the Worcester Rowing Club.
And the Tees Regatta (ML) will be held today on the River Tees in the Northern region hosted by the Tees Rowing Club, home course to 2012 Olympic champion Kay Copeland.