May 17-19, 2018
The Stotesbury Cup Regatta, sponsored by the Schuylkill Navy, is the world’s oldest and one of the largest high school rowing competitions. It is held over a two-day period – ompeting crews come from schools all over North America, though most hail from the Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic United States.
The 92nd Stotesbury Cup Regatta is moving from the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia to the Cooper River in Camden New Jersey.
W-L boats competing:
Men’s Freshman Quad, Junior Eight, and Lightweight Four
Women’s Senior Eight, Second Eight, and Junior Eight
For information on all participating clubs go to Regatta Central
Cooper River, Pennsauken, NJ
Race Schedule & Results
All boats will row in a time trial on Friday (when that occurs depends on the boat). Time trials start at 8:00 am Friday and go to approximately 3:00 pm. After an hour break to set stakeboats, semi-finals run until around 6:00 pm Friday. Semi-finals continue Saturday morning, starting at 8 am. Finals begin at approximately 1 pm and the last race of the day is at approximately 5:30 on Saturday.
May 18 W-L results (pdf)
The W-L Girls 2V advanced to the semi-finals in the Girls Second Eight category. They will be racing in Heat 2 Sunday, May 19, at 9:54 am.
The Girls 2V came in 4th in their semifinal heat, missing qualifying for finals by 1.2 seconds.
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Travel Schedule & Hotel
Rowers will leave for Philadelphia Thursday, May 17, in the morning from W-L and return Saturday, May 19 late afternoon/evening. Parent volunteers will give rides to rowers having to leave laters after taking AP or IB tests.
Boats will practice on Thursday afternoon at Cooper River.
The team and coaches will be staying at The Hilton Philadelphia City Ave., 4200 City Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19131.
If you have questions about the hotel arrangements, contact Chris Howard at email@example.com.
For regatta updates follow on Twitter @StotesRegatta
The race course is on the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia.