Coaches and crews are to be familiar with the different traffic patterns for practice and racing prior to going on the water. LANES NOW NUMBER 1 THRU 8 NOT 0-7 AS SHOWN BELOW
CSSRA practices times: the course opens at noon on the Thursday prior to the Championships and closes at Dusk each day. Morning practice times will commence no earlier than 5:45am on Friday and Saturday.
1. Visiting out-of-town crews will be permitted to use the course only between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., on Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday visiting crews will be allowed on the water at any time after 12 Noon until 8pm prior to the CSSRA Regatta.
3. Out-of-town boats will not be permitted on the water unless there are three safety boats on the water for the duration of the workout. The three safety boats will be located in the following areas: Start, 1000 m, and finish.
The only exception to the above-noted rule is that if only one or two crews are on the water, they may proceed provided that there is one safety boat with each such crew. However, if a third crew then goes on the water, it will be necessary that the third safety boat embark, and each safety boat then will take up stationary positions at the start, 1000 m and finish.
The dock will close one hour before the first race. All crews practicing must be off the water one half hour before the first race of the day. Yellow cards may be issued to those that are late off the water.
For evening practice times a "sign up" procedure will be used. At one hour prior to the last race of the day, coaches will be allowed to commence to sign up crews at the clerk of the course booth. Coaches may sign up a maximum of two crews. The sign up list will be used to call crews to the water for practice in the order listed.
On water practices will be allowed only if scheduling and weather conditions permit. Practices will be permitted when four monitoring boats are in place on the course. You must know and follow the course traffic pattern for practice.
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In order to be more efficient in assuring our timetables are met without inconvenience and distress to the athletes and coaches, the following protocol will be followed to make the use of the docks safer and more efficient:
1. All schools hot seating are to report this to the registrar and the dock master so the dock master can direct the incoming boat(s) to the section of the dock reserved for outgoing crews so as to not tie up dock space for incoming boats changing personnel, and making sure these boats are docked on the outside. Schools hot seating will not be issued a bow number until reporting to the registrar at least one half hour before race time.
2.Only competitors, coaches and their assistants will be allowed on the dock (exceptions allowed at the discretion of the dock master). Athletes that are not competing must not wear a racing uniform while on the dock assisting other crews.
3.All boats will be required to bring oars with them when launching and people to retrieve oars when docking after racing.
4.Each athlete must carry and show their Photo ID at the Control Commission before launching thier shell
5.Any verbal abuse of Regatta Officials and Volunteers will result in disciplinary action as outlined in the Rules of Racing.