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All nations that are part of the European Rowing Member Federation.
Endurance is an Open and Club-only event. Campus Clubs are also allowed. Competition categories: CM1x, CW1x, CM2x, CW2x, CMix2x, CM4x+, CW4x+
The Beach Sprint is an event reserved for federal crews. It is divided into Junior (categories CJM1x, CJW1x, CJMix2x) and Open (categories CM1x, CW1x, CMix2x).
For Junior events only, each federation can choose to enter 1 club crew representing it. In this case the crew will compete in the uniform of their club where the country code must be clearly visible.
No. The Beach Sprint event is for federal crews only. For Junior registrations, the Federation may be represented by a club crew selected according to their own indications (exception – see above)
Registration can be done online through the regattacentral portal.
Log in or create a new account on the portal. Once logged in, you can select the European Rowing Coastal Challenge regatta and your affiliated Club/Federation. Then you will be able to select the event and the category to register for. For each registered crew, a coach can be added. It is mandatory to upload a .jpg or .png profile photo, passport photo format, for each registered person (coach included) in order to complete the registration.
Registrations will close on October 17, 2021 at 11:59 pm CEST.
Registration costs € 30 per athlete. Coxwains and coaches won’t pay any registration fee.
Yes, as long as you comply with the registration requirements for each event. Always consult the race schedule to make sure that the races you want to participate in won’t overlap. In the case of Beach Sprint registration, in any case it will be the federation that will register the crew to ensure representativeness.
Yes. In the registration portal there will be a dedicated section (will be soon online) for all those who are not athletes. Registration has the purpose of creating a complete database of the people who will enter the competition area, for safety reasons related to the regulations in force.
Yes, for the endurance event and for training sessions. To compete in the Beach Sprint instead, Filippi boats will be reserved and it won’t be possible to compete with your own.
Through the registration portal: sign in with your account (or create a new one) at regattacentral.com
First you have to register to the event (see above). Once registered, on the left sidebar of the portal there’s the ‘boat hire’ link where you can rent your Filippi boat.
The rental costs € 30 per seat, one-time payment. From 10 October the price will increase to € 45 per seat.
The rental includes the use of a boat for Endurance competitions and a training session for October 27th. The rental does NOT include the exclusive use of a specific boat. It guarantees the availability of a boat for competitions and training. The organizing committee however undertakes to provide the same boat mould. The rental includes oars, life jackets and the float rope.
The day 27th October is reserved for training (time slots 9-12.30 and 13.30-17) and you can book a session by writing to email@example.com
On October 29th, depending on when the Beach Sprint races will end and in any case no later than 5.30 pm, it will be possible to train by asking the staff of the organizing committee on the race field, which will manage the sessions based on the time available and the amount of requests.
Yes. You can either rent a boat or bring your own.
No. For the Beach Sprint races, Filippi boats will be made available and only those will be used. You can still rent a boat (or bring your own) to train during the training day.
It will be possible to register on October 28th and on the morning of 29th (until 10 am). After 10.00 am on October 29th it won’t longer be possible to register or make changes to the registered crews. Whoever does not get accredited in time will lose the right to compete.
Once accredited, you will receive a badge with a QRcode and the data you entered during online registration. You will have to mandatory show your badge every time you enter or leave the competition area.
Yes. Before accreditation you must be registered on the online portal (it will be soon available). Once accredited, you will receive a badge with a QRcode and the data you entered during online registration. You will have to mandatory show your badge every time you enter or leave the competition area.
If you’re a volunteer who applied by filling the form on our website, you still have to make the accreditation through the portal.
Accreditation will be done near the athletes’ entrance.
Accommodation and Directions
Our goal is to make an event in complete safety for the athletes and all participants. Entry to the competition field will be allowed only to those who exhibit their badge (obtained during the accreditation phase) and a valid EU digital Covid certificate. In addition, the temperature will be measured at each entrance.
No. In order to enter the competition field it will be mandatory to present a valid EU digital COVID certificate. It will be possible to carry out a quick swab on site.
If you are in possession of a certificate following a swab, you can renew it in the days of the competition by carrying out the rapid swab service on site made available by the organizing committee.
If you are in possession of a certificate following a swab, it will be valid if it has been carried out within the previous 48 hours.
A valid EU digital Covid certificate and the badge provided at the time of accreditation.
No. As long as your certificate is valid, you won’t need to take a quick test.
We will indicate the point closest to the race where it will be possible to carry out a PCR test.