Nottingham Head of the Trent, a.k.a., Masters of Trentside planned to be held Sunday, 28 February 2021 in the East Midlands region has been cancelled by Nottingham Rowing Club and Nottingham & Union Rowing Club.
Sarasota Invitational planned to be held through February 28, 2021 in Sarasota, Florida has been cancelled by Sarasota County Rowing Club,
In Argentine Rowing, Regata Doble Vuelta del 8 will be held February 21, 2021 hosted by Parana Rowing Club.
In British Rowing, Hammersmith Head planned to be held Sunday, 21 February 2021 in the Thames London region has been cancelled by Auriol Kensington Boat Club. Race the Thames will be virtually held 22nd March, 2021 through 29th March, 2021,
American Youth Cup Series I will be held February 20, 2021 through February 21, 2021 at Nathan Benderson Park, a 2000m, 10 lane, fully buoyed race course with stakeboat platforms in Sarasota, Florida. Sarasota Crew hosts 363 entries from 25 clubs.
In British Rowing, Burway Head of the River planned to be held Saturday, 20 February 2021 in the Thames Upriver region has been cancelled by Burway Rowing Club.
Trafford Head of Bridgewater planned to be held Saturday, 20 February 2021 in the North West region has been cancelled by Trafford Rowing Club.
In Australia, RV Junior Girls State Championship Regatta will be held February 20, 2021 in Geelong hosted by Rowing Victoria and Genazzano FCJ College.
Speed Order I (M2-) planned to be held February 15, 2021 through February 19, 2021 at at Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center in Chula Vista, California has been cancelled by USRowing due to “California’s regional stay-home order, restrictions on hotels and short term housing, along with quarantine periods, make it untenable for USRowing to hold these events.”
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