Head of the Cuyahoga, Tail of the Fox and More

There’s a lot less heat and the murmur of a snap in the air on this mid September day. On deck today are the Head of the Cuyahoga and the Tail of the Fox. CRI renamed the Rumble in the River to Fall Classic Regatta even though we already knew it was a classic. And there’s a challenge in Milwaukee hosting gold medal Olympians plus a few traditions to follow in Britain. Needless to say, a perfect day for rowing wherever you may be!

The 21st Annual Head of the Cuyahoga will be held today hosted by Cleveland Rowing Association.There will be 439 entries from 51 clubs.

Community Rowing Inc. will host 241 entries from 40 clubs to the Fall Classic Regatta on the Charles in Boston today. You may remember this regatta as “The Rumble on the River.” The Fall Classic will offer the same 3 mile course followed by food trucks, beer tastings and free music festival aferwards at the Harry Parker Boathouse. Sounds like a classic to me.

Tail of the Fox will be held at Thomas P Morahan Waterfront Park in Greenwood Lake, New York for 16 Master, Open, High School, Junior and Novice entries from 5 clubs hosted by East Arm Rowing Club.

The Milwaukee River Challenge will be held on the the Menomonee and Milwaukee Rivers in Milwaukee, Wisconsin hosted by the Milwaukee Riverwalk District. There will be over 900 competitors comprising 146 entries from 18 clubs.

In British Rowing today Oxford Rowing Club will host the Isis Sculls a 1850m upstream course on the Isis in Ocford in the Thames region from the Bourne Stone to the Cox Stone.

York Autumn Sculls will be held Saturday 17th September 2016 in the Yorkshire region hosted by York City Rowing Club.

Severn Mile Head will be held Saturday 17th September 2016 in the West Midlands region hosted by Pengwern Boat Club established in 1871.


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