Sprints, Slams, Assessments and Shockers

Ok, but can you say this ten times fast: Sprints, Slams, Assessments and Shockers…

Shocker Sprints will be held indoors today at Heskett Center on the campus of Wichita State University in Wichita, Kansas. Wichita State University Rowing Team will host 74 entries from 5 clubs to the 2k event. 


The Inaugural Cougar Classic will be held at St. John the Baptist Diocesan High School in West Islip, New York. 158 entries from 11 clubs will be hosted by St. John the Baptist DHS Rowing

OKC Riversport Erg Challenge, a.k.a Bart & Nadia Indoor Rowing Challenge will be held at Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Bart and Nadia Experience in association with The Oklahoman will host 17 entries from 11 clubs.

Novice Regatta will be held at Bill Frederick Turkey Lake Park in Orlando, Florida. Lake Brantley Rowing will host 181 High School Novice entries from 22 clubs.

President’s Day Regatta will be held in Long Beach, California. Long Beach Junior Crew will host 235 High School and Junior entries from 9 clubs to their first home regatta of the year at Marine Stadium, site of the 1932 Olympics. Center City Slam will be held at Drexel University Armory, N. 33rd St. between Market and Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Center City Slam, Inc. will host Master, Open, Collegiate, High School, Adaptive, Junior and Novice entries. This is a Concept2 Non-Satellite event. 

Iowa Indoor Rowing Challenge will be held at the University of Iowa Field House in Iowa City, Iowa. Hawkeye Community Rowing will host Master, Open, High School, Adaptive, and Junior entries to the 2k, 1k and 500m events. 


In British Rowing, GB 3rd Assessment will be held in Boston, Lincolnshire at Boston Rowing Club. This is a Compulsory 5k Time Trial for Senior and U23, M2-, M1x, W1x, W2-, LM1x, LW1x.


South Yorkshire Head will be held Saturday 11th February 2017 in the Yorkshire region hosted by Doncaster Rowing Club.


Aberdeen Head of the River for Eights and Junior Quads will be held Saturday 11th 2017 hosted by Committee of the Dee in Scotland. 

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