New competition framework
Events will be split into bands containing competitors of similar ranking. This will be clearly indicated on the start order. Senior events will be banded based on a combination of CRI and old points. Based on our expected entries after review of previous years, it is likely the Senior events will split into Beginner and Intermediate events.
Masters events will run in age groups, but may be combined using the conventional handicap system (except for MasN).
† The Mixed Masters Novice event will be run as a single event across both divisions.
Masters crews may be moved to the appropriate senior category in the event of insufficient entries. Please state on your entry if you do not want to race senior.
Prizes will be awarded for any event in which three or more boats enter and at least two compete.
- Senior/Masters events: a commemorative plaque will be awarded to each winning crew.
- Junior events: A commemorative medal will be awarded to each competing member, including coxes, of winning crews.
Competitors are encouraged to race in more than one division. You are reminded
that boats must display British Rowing standard identity codes and must be licensed for the
In the event of oversubscription, priority will be given to eights, fours and quads.
£12 per competitor per event (coxes free) in advance; £14 if payment
is received on the day.
Payment by bank transfer (see BROE2 for details) or by cheque made payable to 'Weybridge Rowing Club' please and sent to:
Rachel Kornberg, 18 Woodland Grove, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 9EQ.
Numbers will not be issued if any entry fees for the club are owing.
We are limited to 100 in each division. Entries will open on Friday 1st December and will close at 6pm on Sunday 14th January 2018.
Entries must be made via the new British Rowing On-line Entry. Enquiries only may be made on 07582 200851 or via email to: info @ weybridgerowing.org.uk