2019 season is now underway, with lots of exciting racing and close finishes! We have so far had Hastings Regatta, Bexhill Regatta and Eastbourne Regatta – all of which were held in full. You can find the full standings on the 2019 Standings page.
We have 4 events in a 4 way tussle, these are the Veteran 50+ Fours, Mens Junior Fours, Ladies Novice Fours and Mens Junior Sculls! Very excited to see which crews will get to 2 wins first!
Many thanks to Joel Dinning for the pictures, this is of the Ladies Senior Pair at Hastings Regatta
Thomas Barwell and Victoria Ward of Deal Rowing Club have broken the world record for the longest tandem ergometer row (Heavyweight Mixed 19 and Under). They together kept a single rowing machine running for 37 Hours straight, which is incredible!
The 2019 calendar is now on the website, go to ‘Competition’ -> 2019 Race calendar to see or click here 2019 Calendar
The podium results of all events at the Deal South Coast Championships can be found here. (or under South Coast Championships -> Results)
Both Worthing and Worthing town regattas were cancelled over the weekend due to strong winds. The regatta calendar will be updated as and when we know the new regatta dates if the regattas are rescheduled.
Picture: Mia Giles
The last time Hastings rowing club held Hastings Regatta was back in 2012. This year the club triumphantly held the regatta again in celebration of their 150th anniversary.
The 19th and 20th of May saw Hastings and Bexhill Regattas hit the water. Brilliant Conditions and racing both days suggests this will be an exciting season.
We will meet again on the 2nd and 3rd June for the Shoreham and Brighton regatta weekend.
So far Four regattas have been cancelled:
Shoreham, Brighton and Hove, Worthing and Worthing Town.
The following new dates have been allocated and approved:
Shoreham 29th July 2017
Brighton and Hove 30th July 2017
Worthing 22nd July 2017
Worthing Town 23rd July 2017
Hope to see you all there
The season is underway, but it’s off to a rather slow start. We should be readying to race at the sixth regatta of the season, and the half way point, at Worthing tomorrow. However, owing to yet another weekend of high winds we have completed only 1 and a half regattas so far.
Nonetheless, coastal rowing is often this way, and we’re hopeful to build some momentum after our slow start over the next two weekends at Dover on the 18th of June and Eastbourne on the 24th of June.
You can see the results so far on the League Tables page.
After the cancellation of the Adur Head, this year you’ll all have to wait until the Viking Shield at Folkestone on the 22nd of April to get the measure of one another. We look forward to seeing you all at the event.
Please note that the dates for Brighton and Hove, and Shoreham Regattas this year we’re originally incorrect and have been updated on this site and the downloadable list here:2017 Calendar