Megunticook Regatta and More

  

Megunticook Regatta will be held today on Megunticook Lake in Camden, Maine. Maine Rowing Association will host 45 entries from 7 clubs to a choice of a 10 mile or 3 mile course. For more information about Megunticook Regatta check HERE.

  

In Canada, Head of the Reach will be held at Deas Island Regional Park in Delta, British Columbia. Delta Deas Rowing Club will host 45 entries from 7 clubs on the Deas Slough. 

  
In British Rowing Upton Rowing Club hosts Upton Beginners Regatta on Sunday 11th September 2016 in the West Midlands region in the town of Upton-on-Severn, Worcestershire.

  

Cambridge Autumn Regatta will be held Sunday 11th September 2016 hosted by Cambridge ’99 Rowing Club founded in 1899 on the Carn.

  
World Rowing Masters Regatta 2016 (WRMR) finish today in Copenhagen, Denmark for Master – International entries on Lake Bagsvaerd organized by FISA.

  
Paralympic Games 2016 continue today through tomorrow in Rio at Lagoa Stadium in Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas. Entries compete in the following events: LTAMix4+ (LTA mixed coxed four), TAMix2x (TA mixed double sculls), ASW1x (AS women’s single sculls) and ASM1x (AS men’s single sculls)

  
Lauren Rowles of Great Britain TAMix2x has only been rowing for one year. On winning gold with Laurence Whiteley at the Paralympic Games Rowles said, “It’s not as quick water as we were expecting but we went out hard and then tried to hold everyone off. We just had the race of our lives and we enjoyed it.” I bet they did. 

For livestream check HERE, and in Britain finals will broadcast live on channel 4 at 14:30.

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