Regatta August 20, 2016

  

The 2016 USRowing Masters National Championships will continue today at Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Massachusetts hosted by Destination Worcester, Quinsigamond Rowing Association and USRowing. There will be a total of 2,151 Entries from 165 clubs. For livestream check HERE.
 The 4th Annual Capital City Sprints will be held in Lansing, Michigan at Grand River Park. Lansing Rowing Club will host 130 entries from 15 clubs. Spectators can watch the regatta abroad the Michigan Princess waiting at the finish of the 1000m course.
  

Tim Huebner Challenge will be held today on the open water of Santa Cruz Harbor.  Santa Cruz Rowing Club will host 13 entries from 3 clubs. The long 10.5 mile course runs from the Cement Ship and back. The shorter 3.3 mile course runs from Soquel Buoy and back. All competitors leave from Santa Cruz Harbor at 8am. 
 

 In Canada, the 113th Annual NWIRA Championships wrap up on Rabbit Lake in Kenora, Ontario hosted by the Kenora Rowing Club. There will be a total of 408 entries from 11 clubs. 

   
In British Rowing, the Torbay Royal Regatta will be held August 20 and August 21.
  

Oxford Rowing Club will host the 175th Oxford City Regatta on the River Isis, which is the part of the River Thames above Iffley Lock in Oxford over the next two days. There will be both 1000m and 500m races starting at the clubhouse and finishing at Longbridges in the village. 
  

***CANCELLATION*** Warwick Boat Club has cancelled the Warwick Regatta in the West Midlands region due to a yellow weather warning issued by the Met Office for Warwickshire. 

 

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