Invitation in PDF:
100 m: races: 601-602
200 m: races: 603-699
1.000 m: races: 218-225, 301,399
2.000 m: races: 101-199, 226-299, 401-499
4×500 m: Relay races: 500-599, 701
4x1000m: Relay race: 702
2 minutes races: 206-217, Jun E, D (12 years and below)
3 minutes races: 218-221, Jun CII (13 years)
4 minutes races: 222-225, Jun C (14 years)
If there are more than 22 entries in one race, two or more finals will be made based on qualifying times
The fastest time decides the winner regardless of the final.
Please provide qualifying time for races: 401 to 408 and 610.
The OC reserves the right to seed the entries.
Late entries are accepted up to 2 hours before the race start but only to complete races. In race 405 to 408 late Danish entries will not participate in the Danish championships. Late entries pay increased fee.
Information on age groups
The age on the 31.12.2014 counts.
Weigh-in: takes place 1-2 hours before the start of the first scheduled start of the rower on the competition day.
Junior B woman 15/16 J. 57,5 kg
Junior B men 15/16 J. 67,5 kg
Junior A woman 17/18 J. 60,0 kg
Junior A men 17/18 J. 70,0 kg
U23 Women 61,5 kg
U23 Men 75,0 kg
Women / Master 61,5 kg
Men / Master 75,0 kg
In the crew competition of the Euro-Open the individual weight limits will apply.
Additional information for races
Depending on the number of entries races may be merged. Final start list will be present 8 days prior to the event.
Euro-Open relay competition (races 201 – 204)
Each team will row on one single ergometer, the shift must be done on the fly and within a 100m section after each quarter of the distance. The final result includes the three shifts. All teams must be weighed in at least one hour prior to start of the race. Teams will get a handicap based on gender, age and weight.
Race distance: 4x500m or 4x1000m.
Will be held after the finish of the following race.
Rewards: The winners, as well as rowers placed second (if more than 3 entries) and third (if more than 6) entries) will get a medal.
Additional: In race 405-408 participants following Danish race regulative (“Ergometerreglementet”) will be Danish champion.
Opening hours of the venue:
Friday, Jan. 24, 2013 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. – official practice time
Saturday, Jan 25, 2013 7:30 a.m. – 17:30 p.m. – practice possible
Doping control: The National Anti-Doping Rules as well as the World Anti-Doping Code will apply. FISA will conduct doping tests during the event.
Important Medical Recommendation:
Indoor rowing racing requires maximal effort and the organisers take no responsibility for illness or injury caused as a consequence. If you have any doubts you should seek medical advice before racing. Paramedical team will be present at venue on competition day.