Weybridge Silver Sculls

Saturday, 22nd October 2016

Entry Details


Course: River Thames, 3300 metres upstream from Elmbridge Leisure Centre to Elmbridge Canoe Club

The race is held under British Rowing rules of racing and adhering to the British Rowing RowSafe code. It has been hosted by Weybridge Rowing Club since 1956.

Events: The Head will be run in four divisions. All events are offered for 'open' and women.

• Division 1 at 10:00 a.m. (max 120 crews)
  Double Sculls- Elite, Senior, IM1, IM2, IM3, Novice
 - Masters A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I, plus Masters Novice
 - mixed masters novice (for crews who are genuinely new to racing).
 - mixed masters
 - J14, J15, J16, J17, J18
 Single Sculls- Senior, IM1, IM2, IM3, Novice
 - Masters A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I, plus Masters Novice
 - J14, J15, J16, J17, J18
 Coxed Quads- J14 (each crew member must be J14, and the cox must be J14 or older)
 
• Division 2 at 12:00 noon (max 120 crews)
 Double Scullssame as Division 1.
 Single Scullssame as Division 1.
 
• Division 3 at 2:00 p.m. (max 120 crews)
 Double Scullssame as Division 1.
 Single Scullssame as Division 1.
 
• Division 4 at 3:30 p.m. (max 120 crews)
 Double Scullssame as Division 1.
 Single Scullssame as Division 1, plus Elite.

Masters categories may be combined and handicapped according to British Rowing rules if insufficient entries are received in any one category. Masters entries may be moved to appropriate senior categories if it is not possible to make a Masters event.

Please advise at time of entry if :-

Once entries have closed and the draw is published, you are required to pay the race fee. If we are oversubscribed, priority will be given to those who enter first and those who pay by the draw date, but earlier payment does not affect priority.

Prizes: Pint pewter tankards to be awarded to the winners of each event provided that at least three crews enter and two compete. These tankards may be kept. In addition, there are four trophies, which the individual winners hold for a year:

Rules: Competitors are encouraged to race in more than one division, but may not race twice in the same event.
Competitors are reminded that boats must display standard identity codes. The requirements are summarised on the British Rowing website.

Fees: £12 per competitor per event (coxes free). £14 for payment received on the day. Cheques should be made payable to 'Weybridge Rowing Club'.

Entries: may only be made via British Rowing Online Entry (BROE) until 12 noon on Saturday 15th October, or until the maximum number is reached.

Payment: this can be made by cheque, by bank transfer or using BROE.
Cheques payable to 'Weybridge Rowing Club' must clearly identify the crews to which they refer, and be sent to:
Silver Sculls, Weybridge Rowing Club, Thames Lock, Jessamy Road, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 8LG to arrive before race day or the £14 fee will apply. Bank details for BACS transfer are available in BROE and can be given to you if you mail at the address below.
PLEASE NOTE: refunds for any entries paid for through BROE and subsequently requiring a refund for whatever reason will have an amount withheld in line with the amount BROE withholds from us.

Enquiries only: contact silversculls @ weybridgerowing.org.uk. Sorry, email and telephone entries will not be accepted.

Start list and results will be available on this website as soon as they become available.

Last modified: 13th September 2016