North Berwick Regatta 2016 Registration
Sat 27th August 2016 - Coxes briefing 9:00am, racing starts 10:00am

The course will be the same as previous years, which is a race around the large rock in front of North Berwick (Craigleith). It usually provides a test of the cox's seamanship as well the rowers ability. The race can take anything from 18-25 mins depending on crew and conditions.

Please indicate how many boats you would like to enter for each category, we may not be able to accommodate a second boat in all categories as we are limited in how many boats we can have per race, but we'll manage that once we know the demand for each category.

Note: This year we're going to award the prizes at the Hope Rooms (where we serve teas) shortly after the end of the last race.

Closing date for entries Friday 19th August
Contact Name (who should we contact regarding your entry to NB Regatta) *
Your answer
Contact Email *
Your answer
Club Name *
Your answer
Race Categories - Coxes briefing 9:00am first race 10:00am
Below is the draft schedule of race categories, if we do not get enough entries in some categories, we may merge them, or shorten the course in order to get through all the races. Our intention though is to hold the races in the following order, which should help you to plan crew availability.

Maximum boats we can start in one race is 12, if we get more entries than that, we will split into an A and B race. They will be separate races with first across the line being the winner (rather than using the time to determine winner). Allocation into the A or B race will be influenced by the club's results at Skiffie Worlds for that category.

How many boats you would like to enter for each category *
Mens 50+
Ladies 50+
Mens 40+
Ladies 40+
Mixed Open
Mixed Novice / Fresher* (see note below)
Handicap 60+ ** (see note below)
Handicap U19** (see note below)
Mix 45+
Mens Open
Ladies Open
Categories Explanation
*The Mixed Novice / Fresher event is a single race open to crews of Novice (never won a race) or Fresher (first year of rowing) rowers.

**60+ and U19 will be handicapped races, meaning you can make up any combination of male or female rowers provided they are within the age category. For the juniors a handicap system will be used for each year band from aged 14 to 18, allowing younger teens to compete fairly against older ones. The handicap system will be used to adjust the times based on gender (and in the case of juniors, also age) and determine winning crew. If you have a 60+ crew and an U19 crew you'll need two boats, or borrow a boat, otherwise enter one category or the other.

Crews racing in “mixed” category events must have at least one male rower in the crew. Not less than half the rowers at any time in the race must be female.

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