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IMPORTANT NEWS FOR THE ROWING REGATTA!

 For the race program,click here »»

 Results

OVERVIEW
The Rowing regatta will welcome a maximum of 650 participants. Competitions will be at the Olympic Basin on Île Notre-Dame.

DATES
• Sunday, 30 July 2006
• Monday, 31 July 2006

SANCTION
The Fédération Internationale des Sociétés d’Aviron (FISA or the International Federation of Rowing Associations) has registered the regatta in its official international rowing regattas calendar .

RULES
The rules of the International Federation of Rowing Associations (FISA) will be used in competitions.The FISA Rule Book is available here.

SPECIFIC INFORMATION

  1. All races will be run for a distance of 1,000 metres. The Organising Committee reserves the right to regroup or cancel races in the case of insufficient registration in any given category.
  2. Competitors may enter as many events in one day as they wish, but must be aware that they are responsible for their own health and safety.
  3. The racing timetable will not be altered to accommodate rowers registered for events scheduled too close together.
  4. Members of the same boat should wear the same uniforms, with the exception of mixed teams. Mixed teams, excluding the coxswain, must have the same number of men and women. The gender requirement does not apply to the coxswain.
  5. Teams are required to register with the Control Commission prior to the scheduled start time for each race.
  6. The weigh-in for lightweight rowers and coxswains competing in the Open category will be conducted, as per the FISA Rules of Racing, no less than one hour and not more than two hours before their first race of each event (See FISA rules 21 and 24). Boats will not be weighed.
  7. The traffic rules established for training and competition periods must be respected at all times.

Rules on the Water
We invite you to study and respect the traffic rules established for training and competition periods. These traffic rules are essential both for your security and that of other participants.

Click here to view the traffic rules »»

COMPETITION FORMAT
The 1
st World Outgames Regatta will take place over two days and will not include qualification rounds. Each heat of each event is final; there will only be one winning boat per heat.

  Open Category:
Open 18+ years
 Masters Category:
A
Minimum age 27+ years
B
Average age 36+ years
C
Average age 43+ years
D
Average age 50+ years
E
Average age 55+ years
F
Average age 60+ years
G
Average age 65+ years
H
Average age 70+ years
I
Average age 75+ years
Adapted Rowing Category (physical disabilities):
1 x A
Disabled person rowing with arms only
1 x SLTA
Disabled person rowing with legs, trunk and arms.

This category is open to participants with physical disabilities who meet the criteria established for disabled rowers.

NOTE: To participate in this category, rowers must provide medical documentation attesting to their disability and their classification. They also must contact their own rowing federation to obtain their adaptive rowing classification.

The following types of boats will be on the list of events:

1 x
Single Sculls or Skiff
2 x
Double Sculls
2 –
Coxless Pairs
4 x
Quadruple Sculls or Quad
4 –
Coxless Four or Straight Four
4 +
Coxed Four
8 +
Eight

Unless otherwise specified, all races will be offered to:

  • Women (W)
  • Men (M)
  • Mixed Crews (Mixed)

Searching for a Team?
For those who wish to join other rowers to create a team, we recommend you to join the chat room of the GLRF (Gay and Lesbian Rowing Federation)
.

List of Events
Race events will be held in numerical order according to the list of events below. Each race will be a final and there will therefore be one winning boat per race. Competitors can register for as many races as they wish. The race schedule will be established according to the number of registrations received and will respect the numerical order of events. It is therefore important to register by carefully noting the event number, the category and the type of boat.

Sunday 30 July 2006
 
Monday 31 July 2006
Event
Categories
Type of Boat
 
Event
Categories
Type of Boat
101
M Open
1 x
 
201
M F-I
2 x
102
Mixed E-I
2 x
 
202
W B
1 x
103
M A-B
4 x
 
203
W A
1 x
104
W A-B
4+ / 4–
 
204
W A-I
2–
105
M A-I
2–
 
205
M C
2 x
106
W C-D
2 x
 
206
M D-H
4+ / 4–
107
M C-I
4 x
 
207
Mixed A-B
4 x
108
Mixed A-B
8+
 
208
W D-I
1 x
109
M G-I
1 x
 
209
M Open LW
1 x
110
M B
2 x
 
210
M B
4+ / 4–
111
W C-I
4+ / 4–
 
211
W Open
4 x
112
M Open
4 x
 
212
W Open LW
1 x
113
W Open
1 x
 
213
Mixed C-I
8+
114
M F
1 x
 
214
W A-B
4 x
115
M E
1 x
 
215
M A
2 x
116
Mixed C-D
4 x
 
216
W C
1 x
117
W A
2 x
 
217
M C-I
8+
118
M A
4+ / 4–
 
218
W Open LW
4+ / 4–
119
W C-I
8+
 
219
W E-I
2 x
120
W B
2 x
 
220
M A-B
8+
121
M B
1 x
 
221
M D-E
2 x
122
M A
1 x
 
222
W C-I
4 x
123
M C
4+ / 4–
 
223
Mixed A-C
4+ / 4–
124
W A-B
8+
 
224
Mixed A-B
2 x
125
M C
1 x
 
225
M Open LW
4+ / 4–
126
M Open
2-
 
226
Mixed C-D
2 x
127
Mixed E-I
4 x
 
227
W Open
2 x
128
M Open
2 x
 
228
M Open
4+ / 4–
129
W Open
4+ /4–
 
229
W Open
8+
130
M Open
8+
 
230
Mixed Open
4 x
131
Mixed Open
2 x
 
231
Mixed Open
8+
132
Mixed Open
4+ / 4–
 
 
 
133
M D
1 x
 
 
 
 
134
Men Open Adapted
1 x A * / 1 x SLTA
 
 
 
 
135
Women Open Adapted
1 x A * / 1 x SLTA
 
 
 
 

LEGEND
W : Women
M : Men
Mixed : Mixed
A : Adapted rowing (arms only)
LTA : Adapted rowing (legs, trunk, arms according to category criteria)

Notes
The rowing basin will be officially open for training purposes as of Thursday, July 27
th until Saturday, July 29th (8:00 to 20:00 ). During this time, training will be supervised by security boats and medical services will be available on-site. We ask you to be cautious when approaching the 1,000 metre start area.

Boat Rental
Boat rental during the 1
st World Outgames will be organised by the Montréal Rowing Club (MRC).

Visit the website of the Montréal Rowing Club for information about rental procedures and fill out the on-line rental inquire form.

The Montréal Rowing Club can also be contacted via e-mail at rental@avironmontreal.com.

 For the race program,click here »»

GENERAL INFORMATION
For traffic rules during competition, Refer to map outlining water traffic rules.

Withdrawal (Rule 49)
Withdrawals must be communicated in writing to the Organising Committee at least 1 hour before the first heat of the event. Once declared, the withdrawal is irrevocable.

Bow Numbers
Teams will be called by event to the loading docks. Bow numbers will be available at the Control Commission office at least 45 minutes before the scheduled start of the race in question. After the race, numbers will be collected by members of the Control Commission.

Course monitoring
During training, coaches may follow their teams by bicycle along the course; however, each cyclist is responsible for his or her own safety and security and must respect pedestrians.
For security reasons, it is forbidden to follow the race by bicycle during the competition.

Boat Trailers
Trailers must be unloaded immediately upon arrival and boats must be placed in their assigned locations. Once empty, trailers must be parked in a designated area. All trailers must vacate the site by 22:00 on 1 August
2006.

Boat Park
Boat supports will be available in the reserved participant area in the Boat Park.

The assignment of boat locations is the responsibility of the Organising Committee. Captains must contact the Boat Park Coordinator upon arrival at which time detailed information will be provided.

Parking
Vehicle access to parc Jean-Drapeau on the Island of Notre-Dame will be limited and controlled as a result of the numerous activities scheduled at this venue. Only vehicles dedicated to boat transport will be allowed on the competition site via the Cosmos Bridge.
We suggest that all participants use public transit to access the Olympic Basin.

ACCREDITATION
During the accreditation, participants from Canada will be required to show government-issued identification with a photo. For athletes from all other countries, a passport will be the preferred form of identification. Furthermore, every participant will be required to provide his or her participant number.


MEDALS
Every participant in the 1
st World Outgames Montréal 2006 event will receive a participation medal. To recognize personal achievement in Rowing, a gold medal will be awarded for the first place of each. Flight for each event (as each event may be comprised of many flights).

RESULTS
Results will be posted at the competition site as well as on the web site of the 1st World Outgames.

As you exit the Jean-Drapeau métro station, follow the signs towards and after crossing the Cosmos Bridge, turn left towards the Olympic Basin.

EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
The facilities for the Rowing Regatta are of international standard. The Olympic Basin was created in 1975 on the Island of Notre-Dame for the 1976 Montréal Olympic Games.

SERVICES

REGISTRATION FOLLOW-UP
Visit the statistics page to see an overview of the 1st World Outgames Montréal 2006 participating cities.

REGISTRATION

FULL REGISTRATION PACKAGE*
  • One event (sport or culture)
  • Participation at the Opening Ceremony
  • Participation at the Closing Ceremony
  • One métro/bus pass
  • A participation medal
  • Free admission as a spectator to your selected sport/cultural activities
  • Reduced admission fee to all other sports (as a spectator)
  • Participant Souvenir Bag which includes: city and transit maps, official games programme, souvenir poster and Montréal and Québec tourist information brochures
  • Rebate of $100 CAD for the International Conference
  • 20% discount for the games' souvenir book
  • Over a week of friendship, fun and discoveries!

*Note :

- Subject to change without notice.

- Additional sports/cultural activity (maximum 3) at $75 CAD.

- Offer valid for new registration. Subject to availability as some   events (sport or culture) may close before the deadline.

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À LA CARTE PROMOTION*
  • One event (sport or culture)
  • A participation medal
  • Free admission as a spectator to your selected sport/cultural activities
  • Participant Souvenir Bag which includes: city and transit maps, official games programme, souvenir poster and Montréal and Québec tourist information brochures
  • Over a week of friendship, fun and discoveries!

*Note :

- Subject to change without notice.

- Additional sports/cultural activity (maximum 3) at $75 CAD.

- Offer valid for new registration. Subject to availability as some   events (sport or culture) may close before the deadline.

 I want to register now >>

 

 
 

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