Last chance for World Games indoor rowing qualification
The qualification process for indoor rowing at the 2017 World Games has already attracted interest from around the world and with the process closing on 28 February 2017 this is the last chance to qualify.
The World Games is a multisport event organised every four years for sports that are not currently in the Olympic Games. The next World Games is in Wroclaw, Poland. For the first time, indoor rowing will be included as a demonstration sport, giving the rowing world the opportunity to find the world’s fastest indoor rowers over both 2000m and 500m distances. Indoor rowing will take place on 26-27 July 2017.
So far over 15,000 competitors from more than 26 nations have sent in times to the Concept2 logbook, to aim for qualification. The logbook has ranked the times and already 17 women’s times are below the seven minute mark for 2000m.
2000m events – open men, lightweight men, open women, lightweight women
500m events – open men, open women
Mixed event – 4 x 500m mixed relay (teams to be determined at a later date)
Twenty places are available in the 2000m events and 15 places in the 500m events. The mixed events will be made up of those competing in the other events.
The National Rowing Federations will organise the qualification in their individual countries. So the best is to contact your nation’s national federation. Have a look here.
Scores must be submitted through the National Federation and the Concept2 online Logbook by 28 February, 2017. Logbook here: http://log.concept2.com/
Qualified athletes will be notified through their National Federation in March 2017.
For more information, read the FAQ sheet here.
And visit the event page here.
Late submissions cannot be accepted. All results MUST be submitted by the end of February 28.