A rower may compete in Masters rowing events from the beginning of the year during which he/she attains 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: Average 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.
WORLD ROWING MASTERS REGATTA CLUB TROPHY
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ABOUT THE VENUE
The regatta course of Linz-Ottensheim was constructed on an arm of the Danube in early 1972 before a lock and hydro-electric station was built. The extension to eight lanes was completed in 2006. Since 1972 international rowing regattas as well as the Austrian Rowing Championships have taken place regularly.
The venue has hosted the World Rowing Junior Championships in 1998, a World Rowing Cup in 2007, the World Rowing Junior and non-Olympic Senior Championships in 2008, the Nations Cup in 1990 and 2001, the 2013 World Rowing Under 23 Championships, the 2018 World Rowing Cup II, and most recently the 2019 World Rowing Championships.
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...by airplane - HORSCHING
International Airport - Approx 20 km to hotels
...by train - Main Station Linz
in the center of Linz approx. 3-5 km to hotel
...by car - A1 Westautobahn
Motorway exit Linz Zentrum (A7) B127 (main road) westward direction Ottensheim
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