Montreal 2006 Outgames Regatta
GLRF FAQ – Late Registration
06 Jul 2006
Hints for Late Registrations
Rowers who either missed the earlier rowing registration deadline of 16 Jun 2006 or
whose schedules now permit them to go, have the opportunity to row in the 1st World
There are a few provisos.
1. The available rowing event entries are now determined by the open lanes in a
given wave of the published draw. So new registrants should check the draw to
see if there is an open lane in a wave of the event you want. How do you know if
there is an open lane? There are six lanes per race, and there are one or more
waves for each event. There may several open lanes in one or more waves.
You’ll see it listed as a blank in a given wave. Nota bene: no additional waves
will be added to accommodate late registrations. Also, please read the notes on
pages 18 and 19 of the published draw.
2. You must register online but your registration will only permit you to enter your
profile. After that, you will need to send Pierre Campeau, the rowing registration
czar, an email, asking to be added to a particular lane of a particular wave of a
particular event. Are we being too particular? Of course not….
For those rowers who decide to put an entire boat together, all the rowers will
need to register, and then the Captain of the boat should send an email with the
Identified lane of listed wave for the specific event
Name of team
Club affiliation and accreditation number
Age of each rower (give specific birthday, day, month, year)
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Sex of each rower
Name of each rower, including Coxie
If you are a single sculler, you still need to send the above information to Pierre.
3. Late registrations will only be taken until 14 Jul 2006, so hurry up.
4. The full registration fee of CAD$325 is still available, or you can elect to use the
regatta-only registration fee of CAD$75. Either way, you must pay before Pierre
will even LOOK at your request! Ah, you are a wise one…and perhaps you
ponder the dilemma of the chicken and the egg, or which comes first, pay or
confirm lane availability. Err on the side of payment, and if necessary, a refund
will be provided.