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.
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WORLD ROWING MASTERS REGATTA CLUB TROPHY
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ABOUT THE VENUE
Lake Velence is located in the heart of Hungary, 50 km from Budapest, 36 km from Lake Balaton, in a wonderful natural surroundings, and it is easily accessible. Lake Valence is the second largest natural lake in Hungary. The lake has an area of 26 km2, one third of which is covered by the common reed. The effect of sunshine, and because of the lake is shallow (the average depth is 1.5 m) this is one of the warmest lakes in Europe.
Lake Velence hosted the Masters Rowing World Championship in 1996 with a great pride. The multifunctional Water Sport Center has the 2350 m long, 150 m wide and 3,4 m water depth rowing course, with the finish-tower and many additional service, which is suitable for hold a high-level rowing championship.
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