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 UHBC/ULBC Regattas
December 2019 - January 2020
Held between ULBH and MAABC
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Novice Regatta  Allom Cup  Winter Regatta
Please note that the format of the Novice and Allom Cup regattas has yet to be determined and it is likely that there will be a full range of events offered at the Novice Regatta this year
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The UHBC regatta season is perversely held in the winter months; in a bid to fit in with the academic calender.
There are two events organised by UHBC and a third organised by ULBC; all three events have the same arrangements.

Captains must ensure that they only enter competent crews and that their crews are properly prepared for the race. Captains must ensure that their crews must follow the standards for safety set out on the British Rowing Guide to Good Practice in Rowing, and particularly the requirement at section 2.1 to wear personal floatation devices where competitors cannot demonstrate the ability to meet the swimming standard or there is a medical problem which presents a risk that the competitor may become unconscious or immobile. The weather in November, December and January can be wet and cold!
 

Novice Regatta[1]

Saturday 30.11.19

Allom Cup[2]

Saturday 14.12.19

Winter Regatta

Sunday 19.1.20

High water

Chiswick Bridge

04:32

03:38

08:58

Low water

Chiswick Bridge

12:46

11:53

17:00

High water

Chiswick Bridge

16:54

15:57

21:50

Dusk

15:55

15:50

16:25

Officials’ meeting

08:00

08:00

09:00

Times of races

Ebb stream

09:00 – 12:40

09:00 – 11:45

10:00 – 16:00

Flood stream

13:45 – 15:20

13:00 – 15:20

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[1] Likely to offer all events this year

[2] Reserve date

The time of low water is NOT the same as that at which the stream changes from ebb to flood (the stream usually changes AFTER low water and the delay increases with excess land water (fluvial flow). Likewise the time of high water may FOLLOW the change from flood to ebb in situations where there is excess land water).

 
 
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