12th Annual Row for the Cure in Poughkeepsie and More


Stonewall Regatta XXIII will be held today in Washington, DC on the Anacostia River at the Community Boathouse.  DC Strokes Rowing Club will host 252 entries from 23 clubs.


The 12th annual Row for the Cure – Poughkeepsie, a 1500m race for a great cause will be held on the Hudson River in Poughkeepsie, New York. Wappingers Crew Club will host 122 entries from 15 clubs.

Upper Merion Crew will host the Upper Merion 51st Annual Regatta in Bridgeport, Pennsylvania for High School and Junior entries. 


And in New Jersey, the IRA National Championship continues to finals on Mercer Lake hosted by USRowing College.


Canadian Secondary Schools Association’s 71st CSSRA Championships continue in St. Catharines, Ontario for another day on the infamous Royal Canadian Henley Regatta Course.
 In British Rowing, Trentham Boat Club will host the Trentham Boat Club Regatta (ML) in the North West region on Trentham Lake.

  Peterborough City Rowing Club’s Peterborough Regatta continues for another day of 1k racing on Peterborough’s Thorpe Meadows next to the River Nene for Senior, Junior, Master and Adaptive single. 


The Hereford City Regatta continues for another day hosted by Hereford Rowing Club, established 1872 on the River Wye in the West Midlands region.


 In World Rowing, the 2016 Grand Moscow Regatta continues to finals for Master, Under23 and Para entries on a 2000m race course hosted by the Russian Rowing Federation.

The 2016 International DRV Junior Regatta for elite Junior entries with a 2000/1500m course continues in Hamburg, Germany hosted by Allgemeiner Alster-Club.

The 2016 International Ratzeburg Regatta at Inselstadt Ratzeburg wraps up the 2000m event for Senior U23 and Lightweight entries hosted by the Ratzeburg Rowing Club.

  The Holland-Beker Regatta for Elite entries continues today to finals in Amsterdam. For livestream check HERE.

Rowing Club Jarun hosts the 2016 International Jumbo Regatta, a 2000m event for Senior, Lightweight, Under23, Junior and Masters for another day in Zagreb, Croatia.

 And racing continues in the Czech Republic at Veslařský ostrov, a rowing island in the historic city of Prague on the Vltava River for Primátorky 2016, the 103rd Prague Mayor Eights, a regatta held since 1910, with the exception of WWI hosted by the Mayor of the city of Prague. The course runs from the railway to the bridges bearing a bit of a curve along the way around Vyšehrad Rock. And how boats handle the steering of this curve has a lot to do with finishing the race. 

Best wishes to everyone, rock and roll! 


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