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IIRC 2019 – Saturday 19th January 2019

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Location: UL Sports Arena, University of Limerick.

Hi Folks,

Welcome back to the IIRC Race Series of indoor rowing competitions for the Irish Indoor Rowing Championships 2019 (IIRC 2019)

ROWfit is back with 112 categories of race distances and times. 

Have a read through the necessary documentation, check out the FAQ before asking the Q and get set for January 19th here in Limerick, back in the UL Arena for some serious fun!

See you all there – Joe C.

This event is open to EVERYBODY. No pre-qualification is required.

Places are limited. Get your entries in to avoid disappointment. Remember Online Registration is for Individuals only.Two or more individuals (except in a single team) should use the ‘Group Entry Form’.

Keep an eye on our Facebook page for all the latest news and follow us on Twitter @IrishIndoorsRow to be kept abreast of developments and results on the day 

Info, Categories and race types for the IIRC Race Series

There are four types of categorised Individual race:

A) Standard 2000m (2k) & Para Rowing 2k

B) 1000m (1k) for FISA Masters, J15 & College Freshmen 

C) 500m Sprint

D) Junior ‘Set times’ – 5, 4 & 3 minutes (J15, 14 & 13 resp.)

There are two types of categorised Relay or Team race:

A) 2000m (2k) whereby a team of four competitors will be assigned a Rowing machine on which they must complete a 2k as quickly as possible managing their own individual fitness levels and abilities. They may rotate/relay as many times as they wish. They may optimise the foot straps for performance but nothing else of an ergometer may be altered.

B) Inter-Provincial Team Relays: Teams of 4 will be selected and managed by the four Irish Provincial Branches in J13-18 age categories for girls & boys. Each category race will result a winning province – 1st place takes home the medals. The overall winning province from the 10 races will win bragging rights for the year!

Drag Factors can be changed to suit before a race – They MAY NOT be changed after the start of a race.

A Rest time of 1.5 hours between category events is planned.

If it is your intention to break an Irish or World Record and you wish for additonal considerations (video, camera or confirmation) then get in contact before or after you make history.

Once registered you should receive a confirmation email. If you do not, please notify the organisers ROWfit. Inconsistencies may result in entry being delayed or refused. For help or information contact us at info@rowfit.ie

Ensure you are eligible for your selected event(s) by reviewing the ‘Rules, Terms & Conditions’ and the ‘Age & Race Categories’

Registration Closes 11pm 10 days before an event

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