Current Work in Progress
The Competitive Commission is drafting a new approach to lane allocation. In addition progression systems are being reviewed, regatta schedules analysed and a specific position regarding Agenda 2020 being prepared.
The FISA Competitive Rowing Commission is responsible for the following areas:
- To increase participation in all types of competitive rowing like Olympic, Paralympic, indoor and coastal.
- To raise standards in competitive rowing.
- To provide advice to the Council on all matters related to competitive rowing, especially at FISA events.
- Seeding during events
These translate into the following objectives:
2.1. Coaching; To undertake the following activities in the coaching field:
|2.1.1.||To advise on coach identification and recruitment.|
|2.1.2.||To liaise with coaches.|
|2.1.3.||To advise on coach education.|
|2.1.4.||To assist in the implementation of the Coaching Development Programme in conjunction with the Development Commission.|
|2.1.5.||To stage the annual FISA Coaches Conference.|
|2.1.6.||To assist in specific coaching courses and seminars.|
|2.1.7.||To assist in the production of coach education material.|
|2.1.8.||To implement a coaches’ communication network.|
2.2. Competition; to undertake the following activities in relation to competition:
|2.2.1.||Regulation of international rowing competition in terms of (i) composition (events, boat classes, categories), (ii) conditions, (iii) environment, (iv) international regatta programme.|
|2.2.2.||Promotion and development of competitions.|
|2.2.3.||Analysis and review of competition from the point of view of changes eg in competitive standards, social and financial environment, global mobility, participation levels.|
|2.2.4.||Development of alternative and of complementary types of competition.|
|2.2.5.||Undertaking the tasks delegated to it by the Council or the Rules in relation to FISA Events, such as seeding.|