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A rower may compete in Masters rowing events from the beginning of the year during which he attains the age of 27. The age of a rower in a Masters rowing event shall be that which he attains during the year of the event. Masters rowing events shall be held in the following crew age categories:
A - Minimum age: 27 years,
B - Average age: 36 years or more
C - Average age: 43 years or more
D - Average age: 50 years or more
E - Average age: 55 years or more
F - Average age: 60 years or more
G - Average age: 65 years or more
H - Average age: 70 years or more
I - Average age: 75 years or more
J - Average age: 80 years or more
K - Average age: 83 years or more
L - Average age: 86 years or more
M - Average age: 89 years or more
Age categories do not apply to coxswains of Masters crews.
Situated on Florida’s West Coast just one hour south of Tampa and two hours from Orlando, in beautiful Sarasota, Florida, Nathan Benderson Park is a community park providing public access to a picturesque lake.
ABOUT THE VENUE
Nathan Benderson Park was built to FISA racing standards and has 8 x 13.5 meter lanes. The race course specifications include 2,180 meters in length, 630 meters wide and on average 6 meters deep.
Nathan Benderson Park lake was created as a man-made borrow pit, spring fed with additional surface water holding capacity. The 161.8 hectares lake was previously used for mining sand and shell. Since then, the open pit was filled by the Cooper Creek drainage basin and the underground aquifer system.
The completed venue consists of a state of the art floating wave attenuator platform that doubles as a dedicated TV lane for broadcast requirements, exclusive 3m wide paved coaches cycle path.
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