Saturday 26th and Sunday 28th August 2017
Held on the Gloucester Sharpness Canal by Gloucester Rowing Club under British Rowing Rules and British Rowing Rules of Racing.
The closing deadline for entries is 10pm on Wednesday 16th August 2017.
DRAW & RACE SCHEDULES
Gloucester Boat House
David Hook Way
West of England Challenge Vase
The West of England Challenge Vase is regarded as the premier trophy for Open Coxed Fours in provincial rowing. It is being contested for the 125th time at Gloucester on Sunday 27th August 2017. Entries for this should be submitted via BROE as Elite 4+
Two divisions, raced over 600m from a free start. No doubling up within divisions
Masters & Juniors Regatta Saturday 26th August
The entry fee is £10 per seat for the Masters & Juniors Regatta. No doubling up within divisions. Masters events may be amalgamated. Handicaps will used for amalgamated events. Boat sharing across two events is permitted but unfortunately the race times cannot be allocated to accommodate this.
UPDATE: Masters categories have been published.
Senior Regatta Sunday 27th August
The entry fee is £10 per seat for the Senior Regatta. Doubling up is permitted, but strictly no tripling up. Crews entered without opposition may be moved to a higher category. Please state with entry if crew is not willing to row up.
Primary events: Sunday 27th August
The entry fee is £5 per event per seat for the Explore Primary Regatta. This event is restricted to novice rowers only but is open to both BR gold & silver members.
Either fine boats or stable boats are permitted.
Committee boats (stable boats) can be provided for 4x+ & 2x if required. If three entries are received in an event then this will be run as a round robin. Four or more entries will be run in a regatta format with a plate competition (ie competition for 1st
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