World Rowing Coastal Championships

2022 WRCC, Saundersfoot, Pembrokeshire, Wales

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The World Rowing Coastal Championships are an international coastal event where entries are encouraged from both clubs and national team crews, in line with the eligibility requirement that ‘a rower shall be a member of a club recognised by the member federation’ and the entry sanctioned by their National Federation. British Rowing as the National Federation is responsible for the ranking of crews from Great Britain.

The 2022 event will be held in Saundersfoot, Pembrokeshire, Wales from the 7th to the 16th of October. More information about the event can be found on the World Rowing Coastal Championships website.


Entry and Ranking Policy

2022 World Rowing Coastal Championships British Rowing Entry and Ranking Policy


Enter

Enter your boat for the World Rowing Coastal Championships 2022.

Entries to British Rowing close at 09:00 on August 7th, 2022.

World Rowing Coastal Championships Boat Registration Form


How to Enter World Rowing Coastal Championships FAQ’s.

1. Making an Entry

All entries from British Rowing affiliated clubs for the World Rowing Coastal Championships must be made through British Rowing and will not be accepted to World Rowing directly. British Rowing is required to create the entries to world Rowing so please ensure you follow and deadline set by British Rowing. Late entries will not be accepted.

2. Submitting a crew Entry

Clubs can make their entries through the google form. This will ask clubs to provide information on the boat and individuals that will be racing. You will need to provide an email contact for each rower entering. It is important that the names in the crew are correct as this will affect a crew’s ranking. Crew changes made after all crews are ranked may result in the ranking being removed.

3. Ranking

Once the British rowing entry deadline has passed, the crews will be ranked based on the 2022 World Rowing Coastal Championships British Rowing Entry and Ranking Policy. Crews will be contacted with their ranking shortly after the deadline. Crews will need to confirm receipt of the ranking and confirm they would like their entry to be made.

4. Athlete Individual Entry form

Once your crew has confirmed they wish to be entered, each athlete will need to provide British Rowing with their BR Number, Emergency Contacts and a copy of their passport. Entries to World Rowing cannot be made unless every individual’s information has been submitted.

5. Anti-doping

All athletes attending the World Rowing Coastal Championships are required to attend a British Rowing Anti-doping webinar prior to the competition. Information will be circulated for webinars for World Rowing Coastal Championships crews after August 7th… Please book on as soon as possible.

6. Payment

There is a 35 Euro fee which will be paid directly to World Rowing. More information on the payment procedure will be released in due course.

7. World Rowing Bulletins

World Rowing will regularly update its event webpage and release a number of bulletins in the run-up to the event with information about the event. For those who have registered interest, British Rowing will share this information as soon as it is released.

8. Rower Commitment form

This is a form required by World Rowing and must be completed by every individual before registration at the event. Please complete and hand it in to a World Rowing Representative at the event. This is not to be submitted to British Rowing and needs to be given to World Rowing directly.


Additional Help & FAQs

Attending the event

It is the responsibility of each club/crew to make sure they have everything they need for the event. As the member federation, British Rowing is responsible for making the entries to the event but not the logistical day to day support for crews entered. We are still on hand for any enquiries and will be the central point of contact for questions for World Rowing.

We ask all crews to contact British Rowing with all queries and not go directly to World Rowing. We can then ensure any new information is shared amongst all those entered.

Coastal Rowing Kit

British Rowing do not have a set kit supplier for the World Rowing Coastal Championships. For clubs/crews wishing to purchase kit for the event make sure you are aware of the World Rowing Rules before making any orders.

Coastal rowing requires crew members to display on their racing shirt or equivalent, the three-letter country code and their family name (in Romanised text) in the following manner and format.

Racing Shirt Font Height Width Case Example
FONT: Family name (short) Arial 50mm 120-150mm Uppercase BATTEN
FRONT: Family name (long) Arial 50mm 1500mm Lowercase Batten-Ball
FRONT: Country Code Arial 50mm 60-100mm Uppercase GBR
BACK: Country Code Arial 100mm 150mm Uppercase GBR
Racing Shirt :
FONT: Family name (short)
Font :
Arial
Height :
50mm
Width :
120-150mm
Case :
Uppercase
Example:
BATTEN
Racing Shirt :
FRONT: Family name (long)
Font :
Arial
Height :
50mm
Width :
1500mm
Case :
Lowercase
Example:
Batten-Ball
Racing Shirt :
FRONT: Country Code
Font :
Arial
Height :
50mm
Width :
60-100mm
Case :
Uppercase
Example:
GBR
Racing Shirt :
BACK: Country Code
Font :
Arial
Height :
100mm
Width :
150mm
Case :
Uppercase
Example:
GBR


Contact

If you have any further questions or queries, please contact WRCC@britishrowing.org.


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