What did I hear – someone (or 3) got a gold?
- DAY 3 Results
- Women’s F 4x – 3rd
- Women’s E 2x – Dorothy – Celia – GOLD
- Women’s C 4x – 2nd (beat 3rd by .14 seconds)
- Women’s F 2- – 2nd
- DAY 4 Results
- Women’s F 2x – Dorothy – Carol – GOLD
- Celia 1x – 6th – I bet that was fun
- Womens C 2x – 8th
- Womens D 4x – 5th in a seemingly close race
- Womens D 4x – Also 5th
- DAY 5 Races
- Race 5012 – Mixed D 2x
- Race 5018 – Mixed E 2x (wait it’s the same 2 people can they do that?)
- Race 5026 – Mixed E 2x
Nice job with all the races – the smoke has cleared in Portland you can all come back now.
Good luck on your final day.
Fall work party, Saturday 930am-noon. Meet at boathouse, tasks for both boathouse and temporary location.
Many more races today
Start List Day2
- 2018 – Dorothy 1x – 2nd
- 2104 – E 4x – 6th
- 2111 – E 4x – 3rd
Sadly Penny has hurt her foot, so she didn’t race her single 🙁
Take care all and good luck tomorrow.
Root for our Station L friends in Bled, Slovenia
We have multiple Station L Rowers in Bled, Slovenia rowing in multiple different boats over the next 5 days. You can follow along from a far and your voice to cheers they hear.
Comes with a castle and everything.
Go to the results page and download the Start List PDF file to find the race number that our Station L folks are racing in.
Looking forward to race 1094 where our ardent sculler is sitting in a seat with only 1 oar.
Row fast friends.
Start List Day1
Penny and Ev getting 3rd out of 8.
The signup for the Head of the Lake regatta in Seattle (November 5) has been moved up to midnight on September 7th. That’s this Thursday. This regatta sells out fast, so coaches need to be ready to make entries soon. Head of the Lake does not accept entries from rowers with less than a years’ experience.
We hope that the smoke situation improves soon. Coaches and captains are communicating with their teams if practices are cancelled.
For those impacted by the academic calendar, good luck this week and next! Several announcements follow below:
•Labor Day Weekend–regular schedule, EXCEPT, Monday’s row is a 7am Open Row, for all members.
•Fall Work Party, September 9, 9:30am-noon. Meet at boathouse for work there, and on boats in the temporary location.
•Race Around Ross Island and Class Grad Brunch. October 7, 7am at Boathouse. ALL class graduates from 2017 are welcome. No sign up necessary. We will row an informal race around Ross Island, with estimated times announced and enthusiastic cheers for everyone. Plus a potluck brunch after the “racing”
•Fall Race signups now open. The Head of the Dog deadline is Aug 28!!
•PARKING at temporary location–it seems that some members are parking in bike lanes or in the private parking spots of local businesses. Note that there are only 6 legal spots right in front of the fence–other legal street parking is at least a block or two away. We don’t want to be bad neighbors to the businesses–nor to we want to you to get towed!!
**Corrected Link Below:**
We are in need of someone to cox Learn to Row tomorrow morning. Sign up here:
If you can’t help out tomorrow, we still have a handful of open spots in the above class and for two of our other classes:
Level 2 TTHSat
Level 1 MW
Thank you, and Happy Apocaclipse!
Thank you to those of you who came this morning to Moving Day! Your hard work is so, so appreciated.
Our dock has officially been removed and the contractors are well on their way to putting it in at the new site. The gangway is installed, and the anchors are going into the water as we speak. It looks as if the dock will very likely be done Thursday during the day.
No row tomorrow. Rigging party at 5:30am — report directly to the new site!
Please wear close-toed shoes, and bring your headlamps and flashlights! It will be dark until about 6:15.
Friday practice is very likely to be on the water. Friday rowers should plan to show up at 5am at the boathouse as usual, where coaches will make lineups. Then, coaches will drive launches from the fire dock to our new dock, while rowers jog/bike/carpool to the new site and get hands on.
It is official, we are moving to our “summer” home for real.
Please arrive at 5am tomorrow morning ready to assist in our temporary move.
The work has actually started around our dock and we want to be ready to row once the dock is moved.
We have a trailer driver lined up and a number of boats to de-rig, oars and boats to move, then re-rigging of boats in preparation of a functional dock.
Please reach out to your captain or coach if you have any questions.
Rowing is cancelled starting Tuesday morning.
PGE is that they are going to be setting up at 7am and don’t want us to row. We will provide further announcements by the end of the day Tuesday August 15th as to the next steps. If the dock move has begun on Tuesday we plan on de-rigging and moving boats on Wednesday.
Note there are a few folks who still have some outstanding regatta fees. Please complete any payments.
Fall Regatta Sign-up
It is time to start signing up for the Fall Regattas. See the sign-up sheet for the upcoming regattas.
|Oct 1, Sun
||Head of the Dog
||Sculling & 4+ boats.
||Multnomah Channel, Sauvie Island
|Oct 15, Sun
||American Lake Fall Classic
||Sunday all day
|Oct 29, Sun
||Portland Fall Classic
||Sunday all day
|Nov 5, Sun
||Head of the Lake
||Sunday all day
||no novice entries