The match will be a head-to-head race over a distance of 750 metres, with one-on-one races conducted in a knockout system. If you win, you advance to the next round; if you lose, you are eliminated from the tournament. The match features two lanes, and there is an uprowing area.
To learn more about which disciplines will be offered in the tournament, please look in the list below:
- Male* identified: 1x, 2x, 2-, 4x-, 4+, 4-, 8+ (Categories: Open, Masters, Lightweight (1x only))
- Female* identified: 1x, 2x, 2-, 4x-, 4+, 4-, 8+ (Categories: Open, Masters, Lightweight (1x only))
- Non-binary: 1x, 2x, 2-, 4x-, 4+, 4-, 8+ (Categories: Open, Masters, Lightweight (1x only))
- Mixed (max. 50% male* identified): 2x, 4x-, 4+, 4-, 8+ (Categories: Open, Masters)
- PR1: M1x, W1x
- PR2: M1x, W1, Mix2x-
- PR3: M2-, W2-, Mix2x-, Mix4+
Please note that races will be held if at least two boats are registered at the entry deadline. The OC is responsible for the decision of the combination of disciplines with single entries.
1) Open is for all participants older than 18 and very competitive.
2) Masters is for all participants older than 27 and preferring recreational rowing.
Friday, July 19th
morning: Time trials 750m (all disciplines)
afternoon: Knock-out 750m (all disciplines)
Saturday, July 20th
morning: Finals 750m (all disciplines)
afternoon: Open rowing event
A more detailed program/timetable will be made available after registration has closed.
In general, the official rowing rules of World Rowing/FISA Rules of Racing apply. The event will take place over the course of 2 days: Friday, 19th of July to Saturday, 20th of July 2024. Races will be rowed on a 2-lane course over 750m in knock-out format. A qualifying race for the knock-out stages will be rowed as an individual race over 750m. If registrations for a boat class are insufficient, the OC will combine 1 or more similar boat classes (for example Masters A/B/C 1x). In that case, the OC will ensure fairness of the knock-out races by using a conversion table to compensate the “slower” boat classes (“Handicap”). The time set in the qualifying race will determine the starting order of the knock-out races (quickest crew in qualifying against slowest, 2nd quickest crew against 2nd slowest crew etc.). In the knock-out races the first crew to pass the finish line will progress to the next round. If the timetable/scheduling allows a final B will determine the 3rd place winner; if scheduling does not allow for a final B, the fastest losing crew in the semi-finals will be awarded 3rd place.
Good to Know
If it is not possible for you to bring your own boat, you can also make use of our boat rental option. A fee is applicable if you wish to hire a boat (including oars). The exact amount of the fee is not known yet, but it is expected that this will be around EUR 50,- per seat per day (including oars). Please indicate upon registration that you wish to hire a boat, and the OC will contact you at a later stage with more information.
When asked for your partner’s name / team members’ names in the registration, we also kindly ask to you provide their registration number, if known and available.
The sports fee includes two seats at the offered competitions.
Vienna Rowing Club “Pirat”
The rowing tournament will be held on the Old Danube, a side arm of the river Danube in the mid of Vienna. The Old Danube has no current/flow. A map of the rowing course is also available here.
Please note: The exact regatta course is still in alignment with the local government and will be announced as soon as the details are clear.
Friday, July 19th, 2024
Saturday, July 20th, 2024
- Female* identified teams
- Male* identified teams
- Non-binary teams
€ 90 for EGLSF members
€ 110 for non EGLSF members
Additional sports fee
€ 60 for rowing3)
3) The sports fee includes two seats at the offered competitions.