RACE ENTRY SECRETARY: Eleanor Burke
Race kit – what’s in your kit bag
Exeter Rowing Club regularly competes in the WEARA Regatta Championships as well as competitions around the country including some of the best known events: Henley, Head of The River and the Boston Marathon to name but a few.
Rowing and Sculling are classified separately and every competitor, whatever his or her age, weight, or gender, (except coxswains who are not generally classified), has a separate status in each of the two disciplines.
This status, based on points won, determines where the individual fits in senior racing.
The total of the points held by the crew as a whole (excluding the cox) determines their senior classification. The table below gives an approximate guide to the conversion of points for WEARA and British Rowing.
|Any BR rower with 3 or less points may row at Senior C in WEARA events|
|Any BR rower with 6 or less points may row at Senior B in WEARA events|
|Any BR rower with 9 or more points must row at Senior A in WEARA events|
HOW TO ENTER
Coaches are responsible for race entries.
Payment for races and transport is the responsibility of each crew member.
Payment should be submitted into the race entries box in a clearly marked envelope.
Payment must be received by the entry deadline, failure to do so will result in non entry.
COST PER RACE
The cost of racing varies depending on the event and is charged per seat per race (charge usually set by the hosting club).
WEARA events are usually £4.50+ per seat
British Rowing events charge anywhere from £5 to £30 per seat
Boat transport fees are set by the Club and vary depending on event location:
£7.00 for WEARA regattas
£12.50 South-East events/Nottingham
£10.00 Western non WEARA events
Example price for a WEARA regatta: Single scull £4.50 + Coxed 4 £4.50 + Transport £7 Total £16.00
All members are reminded that when attending rowing events you are ambassadors for the Club. Please behave accordingly, especially at any post race celebrations.