2017 Canadian Secondary Schools Rowing Association (CSSRA) Annual Regatta
June 2-4, 2017
Canada’s largest high school regatta welcomes crews from the US and Canada to a three-day competition every June. Races are held at the world renowned 2km Henley course in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada.
W-L boats competing:
Men’s and Women’s Senior and Junior Eights
Race Schedule & Results
Please add a photo ID for every athlete. We have been told they must have one with them at the course. It may be a school or govt issued. But they must have a photo ID. It will be checked before they can race.
Friday preliminary heat sheet >>
(No races for W-L boats Friday)
1:01 pm – Junior Men Eight (Heat 3)
2:46 pm – Junior Women Eight (Heat 3)(Advanced to Finals)
5:20 pm – Senior Women Eight (Heat 2)(Advanced to Finals)
5:41 pm – Senior Men Eight (Heat 2)
All four W-L boats are in three-heat events. The three heat winners and the next three fastest boats from the three heats advance to the finals.
12:18 – Junior Women Eight Final (placed 6th)
1:50 – Senior Women Eight Final (placed 5th)
Follow the regatta on Twitter @ROWcssra
Unfortunately, the following note has been posted on the CSSRA website:
“Due to unforeseen circumstances beyond our control, we regret to inform you that our webcams will be inoperable for this years event.”
Rower Travel Schedule
Rowers report to the bus at W-L concession stand (bad drop off site on Stafford Street) at 5AM on FRIDAY 2 June. We will have to inspect luggage, make a final check of paperwork and load the bus at that time. Please be prompt.
It is a 9 hour drive to get to St. Catharine’s. Please pack a lunch for your rower and give them some money for when we stop on the way up and on the way back to buy snacks. They will probably want some money to buy t-shirts or other stuff at the regatta as well.
The team will be staying at the Brock University Niagara Region, 1812 Sir Isaac Brock Way, St. Catharines, ON, L2S 3A1 Canada.
We have coordinators handling food: bagels, juice, fruit for breakfast, sandwiches for lunch and either grill back at the dorm or go out for dinner in the evening. The food charge is included in the rower fee. Please send your rower with additional money for t-shirts, other expenses as appropriate.
Other Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteers will be needed to assist with food preparation, serving, and clean-up, as well as for other tasks.
Border Crossing Requirements
Passports: have your rower bring them if they have them. If they are 18 years old, they are required for entry back into the United States. For those under 18, a picture ID and birth certificate will also work but a U.S. Passport is preferable.