Regatta Inforrmation:

Registration and Deadlines:

Early registration is encouraged as entries to this regatta may be capped.  In the event of over-subscription, those entries which do not require extra races will be favoured.
If cancellation of the regatta is unavoidable due to inclement weather or for any reason beyond the control of the organisation committee, no refunds will be offered.
Registration can be completed online at Regatta Central.


Standard Registration OpensMay 31, 2017 11:59 PM PDT (GMT-0700)
Standard Registration DeadlineJuly 5, 2017 11:59 PM PDT (GMT-0700)
Late Registration DeadlineJuly 6, 2017 11:59 PM PDT (GMT-0700) Late fee will apply
Boatings/Line-Ups DueJuly 9, 2017 11:59 PM PDT (GMT-0700)
Payment DueTime of registration





Events Offered:

Composite crews are welcome provided they are identified at the time of registration.  Individuals may represent only one club at the regatta.

Men, Women and Mixed Events:
  Single
  Doubles
  Pairs
  Quads
  Fours
  Eights 
Lightweight Men and Women Events: 
  Single
  Doubles
  Quads
Adaptive: as subscribed.
Parent/Child:
  Doubles
Novice: 
  Single
  Doubles
  Quads


Entry Fees:
Eights: $140
Fours and Quads: $110
Pairs and Doubles: $60
Singles: $35


Competitors:
Novice:
     Novice rowers are new to rowing as of January 2016.

Lightweight:
  • Men: 72.5 KG/160 lbs. maximum individual weight
  • Women: 59 KG/130 lbs. maximum individual weight
  • All lightweight rowers racing in lightweight events on the day’s program shall weigh in at a time designated by the regatta. This time will not be less than one hour and not more than two and one half hours before the time of the first scheduled men or women’s lightweight event on that date.
  • Lightweight rowers shall weigh in wearing their racing uniform.
  • Coxswains may be of either gender and of any age.  Coxswains are not subject to weigh in.
  • A test scale will be available at the practice session Friday evening
Para Rowers:
The use of FISA Standard Adaptive boats is mandatory for all adaptive AS1x and TM1x and 2x events.


Age Categories:
A competitor may compete as a Master in the year in which he or she attains the age of 21.
A Masters crew or sculler may compete in a lower (younger) age category but not in a higher one.

 AA 21-26
 A 27-35
 B 36-42
 C 43-49
 D 50-54
 E 55-59
 F60-64
 G 65-69
 H 70-74
 I 75-79
 J 80 +


If insufficient entries are received for any one event, the operating committee may combine age categories and apply a handicapping system to the actual finish time of the older sculler or crews as per Rowing Canada Rules of Racing.



Meaningful Competition:

Cascadia Organizing Committee seeks to create a rewarding and high-level competitive experience.  In order to be awarded first, second or third - there must be at least four competitors in the race.  This ensures that each award represents a well-earned result where the competitors fought it out for the top three positions.

If there are not four entries in a race, where logical, the organizing committee will combine age groups in an attempt to reach four or more competitors. Handicaps will be assigned as necessary and one first, second and third prize will be awarded for that combined race using the handicap to determine the winners.

Where at all possible the span of age categories will not be more than three.

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Cascadia Regatta,
27 Apr 2016, 12:37
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