17th Annual Row for the Cure – Seattle and More

 The 17th Annual Row for the Cure – Seattle, a 5800m head race will be hosted by Pocock Rowing Center, established in 1994. There will be 170 entries from 26 clubs on Lake Union.

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Lift Bridge Regatta will be held in Fairport, New York hosted by Fairport Crew Club. There will be 121 entries from 21 clubs. The Erie Canal course begins at the the flood gates near Interstate 490 to finish at Perinton Park and Fairport Crew Club boathouse.

The 25th Annual CoastWeeks Regatta will be held in Mystic, Connecticut for Master, Open, Adaptive, and Junior entries hosted by Mystic Seaport. The 2,000m Mystic River course begins north of the I-95 overpass to finish at Mystic Seaport’s Lighthouse Point.

Tour de Pond will be held on Bare Hill Pond, Harvard, Massachusetts will be held for Master, Open, Collegiate, High School and Junior entries hosted by Bare Hill Rowing Association.

 DEATH ROW will be held in Duluth, Minnesota for Master, Open, Collegiate, HIgh School, Adaptive, Junior , Novice and Coxswain entries. Duluth Rowing Club, located on the western tip of Lake Superior will host a 25km course on the St. Louis River.

Portland Boat Club, established in 1879 will host Head of the Dog, a three mile head race on Multnomah Channel in  Portland, Oregon. There will be 55 entries from 10 clubs in costume. Picnic to follow the event.

In British Rowing, Boston Marathon Regatta will be held Sunday 18th September 2016 in the East Midlands region hosted by Boston Rowing Club. The 50.2km downstream course runs from Lincoln to Boston.


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