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Key dates for British rowing in 2005

After the GB Rowing Senior Trials in Hazewinkel, Belgium on 11-12 April, the schedule for the GB squad in 2005 is:

26-28 May, Rowing World Cup, Eton (United Kingdom)

17-19 June, Rowing World Cup, Munich (Germany)

8-10 July, Rowing World Cup, Lucerne (Switzerland)

21-24 July, World U23 Regatta, Amsterdam (The Netherlands)

3-6 August, World Junior Championships, Brandenburg (Germany)

28 August–4 September, World Championships, Gifu (Japan)

 

Key dates for British rowing in 2004

The GB National Team Trials took place in Hazewinkel, Belgium on 13-14 April.  The GB squads competed in the following regattas in 2004:

7-9 May, Rowing World Cup, Poznan (Poland), Olympic Boats

21-23 May, Duisburg (Germany) U23s and some seniors

27-29 May, Rowing World Cup, Munich (Germany), Olympic Boats

14-16 June, European Olympic Qualification Regatta, Lucerne (Switzerland)

18-20 June, Rowing World Cup, Lucerne (Switzerland), Olympic and World Championship Boats

27-31 July, World Junior Championships, Banyoles (Spain)

27 July-1 August, Non-Olympic Boats World Championships, Banyoles (Spain)

6-8 August, World U23 Regatta, Poznan (Poland)

14-22 August, Olympic Rowing Regatta, Schinias (Athens)

The GB squad schedule in 2004

Olympic Rowing Regatta, Schinias, Athens 14-22 August   Team
World U23 Regatta, Poznan, Poland 6-8 August   Team
Non-Olympic Boats World Championships, Banyoles, Spain 27 July-1 August   Team
World Junior Championships, Banyoles, Spain 27-31 July    Team
Rowing World Cup, Lucerne, Switzerland 18-20 June: All Olympic and World Championship boat classes   Team
Rowing World Cup, Munich, Germany 27-29 May: boat classes   Team
Rowing World Cup, Poznan, Poland 7-9 May: Olympic boat classes   Team

 

Key dates for British rowing in 2003

The GB National Team Trials took place in Hazewinkel, Belgium on 16-18 April.  The British squads competed in the following regattas in 2003.

  16-18 May, Essen Regatta, Men, Women & Lightweights

  28-31 May, Rowing World Cup, Milan, All

  20-22 June, Rowing World Cup, Munich, All

  11-13 July, Rowing World Cup, Lucerne, All

  25-27 July, World U23 Regatta, Belgrade

  5-9 Aug, World Junior Championships, Athens

  24-31 Aug, World Championships, Milan, All

The GB squad schedule in 2003

World Rowing Championships, Milan, Italy 24-31 August 2003 Team
The World U23 Regatta, Belgrade, Serbia & Montenegro 25-27 July 2003 Team
Rowing World Cup, Lucerne, Switzerland 11-13 July: All Olympic boat classes  Team
Rowing World Cup, Munich, Germany 20-22 June: All Olympic boat classes  Team
Rowing World Cup, Milan, Italy 28-31 May: All Olympic boat classes   Team

Key dates for British Rowing in 2002

The GB National Team Trials took place in Hazewinkel, Belgium on 15-17 April.  The British squads competed in the following regattas in 2002.

  3-4 May, Cologne Regatta, Men

  11-12 May, Princeton Regatta, Men’s eight

  17-19 May, Duisburg Regatta, Men, Women & Lightweights

  14-16 June, Rowing World Cup, Hazewinkel, All

  12-14 July, Rowing World Cup, Lucerne, All

  26-28 July, World U23 Regatta, Genoa, All

  1-3 Aug, Rowing World Cup, Munich, All

  7-10 Aug, World Junior Championships, Trakai, All

  15-22 Sep, World Championships, Seville, All

The GB squad schedule in 2002

World Rowing Championships, Seville, Spain 15-22 September 2002  Team
Zurich Rowing World Cup, Munich, Germany 1-3 August 2002: All non-Olympic boat classes and limited Olympic class boats  Team
The World U23 Regatta, Genoa, Italy 26-28 July 2002 Team
Zurich Rowing World Cup, Lucerne, Switzerland 12-14 July 2002  Team
Duisburg Regatta, Duisburg, Germany 17-19 May 2002: full teams from the women, lightweights and men’s sculling squads  Team
Zurich Rowing World Cup, Hazewinkel, Belgium 14-16 June: All Olympic boat classes  Team

Worlds team

World Rowing Championships, Lucerne, Switzerland 19-26 August  Team

Key dates for British Rowing in 2001 

The British National Trials took place in Belgium on 9-11 April. There were four Zurich Rowing World Cup regattas. The international season began with the opening World Cup regatta in Princeton, New Jersey, USA on 27-28 April, the first World Cup regatta to take place outside Europe. The International Rowing Federation (FISA) changed the timing for the three 2001 European Zurich Rowing World Cup regattas resulting in a two week, rather than a three week, gap between competitions in order to attract more crews from outside Europe. As Henley Royal Regatta fell in between the Vienna and Munich World Cups, the consequence was that no British crew competed at all three European World Cup regattas.

The GB squad schedule in 2001

Zurich Rowing World Cup, Princeton, USA 27-28 April: Men’s single scull, pair and lightweight four  Team
Defi a Huit, Paris, France 1 May: Men’s eight annual match v France on the River Seine  Team  [28 Apr 01 Event cancelled due to high water]
Essen International Regatta, Essen, Germany 19-20 May: full teams from the women, lightweights and men’s sculling squads (plus men’s eights if Defi a Huit cancelled)  Team
Zurich Rowing World Cup, Seville, Spain 15-17 June: All Olympic boat classes  Team
Zurich Rowing World Cup, Vienna, Austria 29 June-1 July: All Olympic boat classes [28 Jun 01 some cancelled]  Team
Henley Royal Regatta, Henley, UK 4-8 July: Olympic men’s boats and some women’s boats, competing for their clubs
Zurich Rowing World Cup, Munich, Germany 13-15 July: All non-Olympic boat classes and limited Olympic class boats  Team
The World U23 Regatta (formerly Nations Cup), Linz, Austria 27-29 July
World Rowing Championships, Lucerne, Switzerland 19-26 August  Team

National and International rowing

To find out about rowing in Great Britain, visit the Amateur Rowing Association – with clubs, links, news, rules and extensive UK club admin support. To follow world rowing, visit the International Rowing Federation FISA – with live Race Tracker, plus results archive, top rowers’ biographies, federation objectives and more.

Olympic Regatta at Penrith Lakes, Sydney 2000

Please visit our media site for the 2000 Olympic Regatta at Penrith Lakes here – the pages were frozen at 30 September 2000.

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