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About the venue

Dorney Lake is a modern world-class rowing and flat-water canoeing centre set in a 450-acre parkland near Windsor. It is the venue for the Rowing and Kayak events in the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2012. Dorney Lake was conceived as an idea by Eton College rowing teachers in the 1960's. They thought that a still-water rowing course would offer greater safety than the River Thames, with its fast currents, varying widths and increasing traffic. Over 40 years later their dream came true. Planning took place over several years between the 1980's and 1990's and construction started in 1996. The lake was finished in 2006. The Lake is 2,200 metres long and has eight lanes each 13.5 meters wide. Dorney Lake has hosted the Rowing World Cup 2005, the Coupe de la Jeunesse 2005 and the World Rowing Championships 2006. It also hosted the World Rowing Junior Championships in 2011 and most recently the 2012 Olympic Rowing Regatta.

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Programme **PLEASE CONSULT SIGNIFICANT CHANGES TO RACING TIMES**
2013 Samsung World Rowing Cup II - Programme as of 21.06.2013

Event Bulletin
2013 World Rowing Cup II - Event Bulletin

Events Offered
The following events are offered at the Samsung World Rowing Cup:

Men (M) 1x 2x 2- 4x 4- 8+
Women (W) 1x 2x 2- 4x   8+
Lightweight Men (LM)   2x        
Lightweight Women (LW)   2x     4-  


The following international events are also offered:

Lightweight Men (LM) 1x 2-
Lightweight Women (LW) 1x  


Competition for Para-Rowing events will begin on 20 June in the following events:

Men AS1x    
Women             AS1x    
Mixed TA2x LTA2x LTA4+


 

Eligibility

Samsung World Rowing Cup regattas shall be open to all competitors who are authorized to compete by their member federation and who are eligible under the relevant rules. To represent a country in a World Rowing Championship, a competitor shall be a citizen of that country, He must be able to prove this by showing an official document (passport or identity card). In exceptional cases, the Executive Committee may make exceptions. National Federation may enter up to two crews in each event of a World Rowing Cup final regatta and no more than three crews in each event at the other World Rowing Cup regattas.

For information on eligibility for Para-Rowing events, please refer to the relevant documents here.

Weather

You can find live weather forcasts for Eton Dorney lake here.

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Dorney Lake

Eton, GBR

Organising Committee

Address :

British Rowing (FAO Susan Murrin)
6 Lower Mall
London
W6 9DJ
United Kingdom

Telephone :
+44 (0)02 8237 6700
Contact Person :
Susan Murrin

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