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2011   Men's Rowing Calendar

USRowing Northwest Masters Regional Championship
Vancouver Lake, Wash.
June 24 – 26

USRowing Southeast Regional Regatta

Langley Pond, Aiken, S.C.
June 25 – 26

Junior and U23 World Championships Trials 
Mercer Lake, West Windsor, N.J.
June 27 – 29
Streaming coverage is offered for this event through USRowing.org:http://rowing.teamusa.org/live

USRowing National Championships

Mercer Lake, West Windsor, N.J.
June 29 – July 1
Streaming coverage is offered for this event through USRowing.org:http://www.ustream.tv/usrowing

Henley Royal Regatta 

Henley on Thames, England
June 29 – July 3
The Henley Royal Regatta was established in 1839 and predates national or international rowing organizations. Therefore the regatta follows its own rules and is not under the jurisdiction of British Rowing or FISA; however, it is officially recognized by both organizations. The regatta races two boats at a time; the losing boat gets knocked out of the competition as the winning boat moves forward. The Henley hosts 19 events over 5 days, holding over 90 races.

Rowing World Cup III 

Lucerne, Switzerland
July 8 – 10
The Rowing World Cup III is the third regatta of three that compose The Rowing World Cup. The regattas are held throughout early summer each year. Participating countries are awarded points for each event they win. After the three regattas are completed, those points are tallied to determine the winning country. The Rowing World Cup has only been held outside of Europe once.

USRowing Southwest Masters Regional Championship

Lake Merritt, Oakland, Calif.
July 10

USRowing Club National Championships 

Eagle Creek, Indianapolis, Ind.
July 13 – 17
This event hosts over a thousand athletes of different ages and skills. The athletes compete for national titles of junior, intermediate or senior levels. Streaming coverage is offered for this event through USRowing.org: http://www.ustream.tv/usrowing

World Rowing Under 23 Championships

Amsterdam, The Netherlands
July 21 – 24

USRowing America Rows Diversity Invitational 
Genesee Waterways Center, Rochester, N.Y.
July 30

Senior World Championships Trials 

Mercer Lake, West Windsor, N.J.
Aug. 1 – 4

Streaming coverage is offered for this event through USRowing.org: http://rowing.teamusa.org/live

World Rowing Junior Championships

Eton, Great Britain
Aug. 3 – 6

USRowing Masters National Championships 

Oklahoma River, Oklahoma City, Okla.
Aug. 11 – 14
Streaming coverage is offered for this event through USRowing.org:http://www.ustream.tv/usrowing

Pan American Games Trials
Mercer Lake, West Windsor, N.J.
Aug. 15 – 20
The Pan American Games are held Oct. 15 – 19. Streaming coverage is offered for this event through USRowing.org: http://rowing.teamusa.org/live

World Rowing Championships 

Bled, Slovenia
Aug. 28 – Sept. 4
One of the premier rowing events. Hosts 22 different boat class races; however, during Olympic years it hosts only non-Olympic events.

World Rowing Challenge

Oklahoma City, Okla.
Sept. 29 – Oct. 2

2011 World Rowing Youth Coaches Conference 

Hyatt Regency, Princeton, N.J.
Oct. 13 – 16

Pan American Games 

Guzman City, Mexico
Oct. 15 – 19
The Pan American games are held annually the year prior to the summer Olympics. The games will host athletes of 36 different sports from nations in the Americas. The games are similar to the Olympics; however, some sports are hosted at the Pan American Games but are not hosted at the Olympics, such as bowling.

The Head Of The Charles Regatta

Boston, Mass.
Oct. 22 – 23
The Head Of The Charles Regatta is the world’s largest regatta. It is a two-day event, attracting up to 300,000 spectators along the Charles River in October each year. More than 8,000 athletes from different countries participate in 55 racing events.


USRowing Fall Speed Order 

Princeton, N.J.
Nov. 12 – 13

USRowing Annual Convention 

Hartford, Conn.
Dec. 1 – 3