Details of the event and how to enter in 2016.
NOW UPDATED FOR 2016
Entries will open on BROE on 7th September 2016 at 8pm and close when 550 entries in total have been received across divisions 1 and 3, or, at the latest, September 14th 6pm.
Divisions and Events
We are maintaining the same general format with some small changes to division allocations in order to try and even out the anticipated entry between the main 2 divisions.
In 2016 the Wallingford Long Distance Sculls will be held over 3 divisions, Division 1 and 3 held over 4250m and Division 2 over 1500m. The second division will continue to be open to entries from J13 and J14 coxed quads, J13 and J14 double sculls and J14 single sculls, as well as J15 single sculls and double sculls. Division 2 will be limited to 40 entries. Note that Division 2 now starts immediately before Division 3.
Following the success in 2014 and 2015, we are permitting quads and doubles in BOTH division 1 and division 3. This enables improved doubling up possibilities in crew boats and allows for more efficient boat doubling. We also have Novice coxed quads for both men and women. These are very much aimed at crews who, whilst competent, are in their first year of competing, and not quite ready for the challenge of racing coxless.
There have been a few tweaks to both divisions so please check the chart below:
|2016||Division 1 11.00 hrs 4250m||Division 2 14.45 hrs 1500m||Division 3 15.00 hrs 4250m|
WE, WMas, WJ16
|NO QUADS||E, Mas, J16
|Coxed Quads||Novice (aimed for those in their first year of competing)
|WNovice (aimed for those in their first year of competing)|
|Double Sculls||E, Mas
|Single Sculls||E, IM1, IM3
MasB, MasD, MasF
WSEN, WIM2, WN, WMas A, WMas C, WMasE
|SEN, IM2, N,
MasA, MasC, MasE, MasG, MasH, MasI
WE, WIM1, WIM3
WMasB, WMasD, WMasF
Masters Entries: If there are insufficient entries in any age class the organisers reserve the right to create a handicap event and move entries around to suit. If you do not wish to race on a handicap basis it is your responsibility to let the organisers know in advance.
£13 per seat payable
by WorldPay via BROE
The Small Print!
1. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REFUSE ANY ENTRY WITHOUT STATING A REASON.
2. The Wallingford LDS is held under the BR rules of racing and will conform to the Rowsafe: Guide to Safe Practice in Rowing.
3. Masters Entries: If there are insufficient entries in any age class the organisers reserve the right to create a handicap event and move entries around to suit. If you do not wish to race on a handicap basis it is your responsibility to let the organisers know in advance.
4. No Composite entries shall be accepted.
5. Competitors will provide their own boats, oars and sculls, which must conform to current BR rules especially in respect of heel restraints and bowball security. All boats and equipment are brought to the regatta at the owner’s risk. All boats must display their 6 character identification code at all times
6. If the event is oversubscribed entries may be closed earlier.
7. No doubling up or boat sharing is allowed in events in any one division, or between Division 2 and Division 3.
8. Clubs may alter the details of their entries at any time up to the close of entries.
9. Crews that scratch after the close of entries will be liable for payment of their entry fees. In the event of postponement or cancellation of the whole race, a FULL REFUND of entry fees will be made.
10. Please ensure that you include a contact name, address, email address and telephone number so that we can contact you when entries close if necessary. The draw will also be displayed on this website.
11. Please note that this event, in common with all rowing events, may be photographed by amateurs or professionals who sell their photographs. By entering you recognise that you may be photographed in this way.
Preferably contact via email please, firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Rachael Haycock on 01491 824372