Details of next year's learn to row course are below. With the Tokyo Olympics coming up these are bound to be popular and fill up quickly.
Learn to Row courses 2020
Is now all on the regatta page
In conjunction with the regatta we will be holding our usual annual raffle. Tickets are £1 and will be available on the day with some great prizes. Thanks to all those who have donated prizes for the raffle,
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Learn to Row with Birmingham Rowing Club
It's all ready to go but British Rowing wish to check tomorrow that BROE2 is all good to go in case of any glitches with the first regatta. It will be open on the evening of 13th February.
It will be first come, first served at this year's learn to row courses. Details below
This year's Birmingham Regatta will be held on Saturday, 22nd April.
We will be trialling the new competition structure and this will be your first opportunity to give it a go in a regatta.
See the poster for details of the events we offer and the particular local rules we will be using.
As it's the first regatta ...
The new committee were elected at the AGM on 26th September 2016
President: Peter Veitch
Chairman: Chris Llewellyn
Captain: James McKenna
Treasurer: Sarah Gregory
Chairman of the Socials sub-committee: Caroline Kelley
Chairman of the Regatta sub-committee: Mindy Hothi
Thanks to all the clubs who supported this year's regatta and to all the visiting umpires who helped on the day.
Thanks also to our sponsor JW Hinks.
Because of a moderate tail wind which changed to cross tail in the afternoon the course was shortened to about 600m
After a few withdrawals there is space for 10 more entries so I have re-opened the regatta for entries. Entries close on Friday at 10pm
The regatta is still looking for sponsors of events. Prices start at £20 and details can be found here