Regulations :: traffic regulations

  • All races are rowed on 6 lane course.
  • All senior and junior(16 and 18) rowers race on a 2000 meter course.
  • All races
  • Course length for other categories is as follows:
    Juniors 14 single scull 500 m
    Juniors 14 pairs/doubles and fours/quads1000 m
    Veterans 1000 m
    Adaptive athletes 2000 m
  • In case of severe weather conditions, the head of jury may decide to use lanes 2 to 7 or 3 to 8, instead of 1 to 6. In this event all crews move up one or two lanes.
  • Standard lane arrangement:
    Lanes in use
    2 XX
    3 XXX
    4 XXXX
    5 XXXXX
    6 XXXXXX
  • Violation of these regulations will result in a warning.

Regulations during races

  • During races lane 8 is used for traffic from the finish to the start. Crews wait at the end of lane 8 until the starter requests them to move towards the starting area. In no circumstance should crews leave lane 8 on their own initiative.
  • Warming up and cooling down:
    • Warming up/moving towards the starting area: lane 8. Once crews arrive in the starting area, they are not allowed to leave.
    • Cooling down: Between the 250m and 1500m towards the finish in lane 5 and 6. After the 1500m mark, crews should row back in lane 6. Crews should turn towards the start and stop rowing well in time of a approaching race.
  • Lane 7 should be kept free.
  • Lane 0 and 4 are used by the umpires.
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Regulations during training

  • Training times start directly after the last finish and end half an hour before the start of the first race of the day.
  • Lanes 0, 1, 2 and 3 are used for traffic from start to finish.
  • Lanes 5, 6, 7 and 8 are used for traffic from finish to start.
  • Lane 4 should remain free at all times.
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