HOW TO FOLLOW THE EVENT
Please visit the OC website for:
- Startlists / Schedule
- News / Photos
Join the conversation …
- Use the hashtag #ERJChamps
Learn more about rowing with this short series about the sport. Full playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3HMysxDej7pYika4-RIHlOpIlhl-bTAF
All European Member National Federations plus Israel shall be eligible to compete in the European Rowing Junior Championships. An athlete must present a valid passport from the country for which he wishes to compete (as per FISA rules). A rower may compete in a Junior rowing event until 31st of December of the year in which he reaches the age of 18.
The events offered at the 2018 European Rowing Junior Championships are:
Men (JM): 1x, 2-, 2x, 4-, 4x, 4+, 8+
Women (JW): 1x, 2-, 2x, 4-, 4x, 4+, 8+
**The Races for JW1x, JW2-, JM1x, JM2- at the 2018 European Rowing Junior Championships will also serve as the European 2018 YOG (Buenos Aires) Qualification Regatta.
ABOUT THE VENUE
Land of stones and history, Gravelines and les Rives de l’Aa welcome you to the Opal Coast.
When visiting the area, you can find the Vauban city, the museum of stamps and drawings, devoted to original prints, the stone walls of the prison of Bourbourg where the cries of the prisoners still resonate and the restored gothic choir of the Saint Jean-Baptiste church.
Les Rives de l’Aa are also known for sports and leisure with the Parc’s nautical stadium, the Sportica’s sports centre, the Jean Binard’s water sports centre, and the equestrian centre.
There are also many public gardens and parks such as the Galamé park in Loon-Plage, or even the Platier d’Oye nature reserve. Gravelines is a perfect mix of history and modernity, sport and culture, nature and architecture.
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