GLC Masters Regatta Calendar

Listed below are the major regattas for 2020. Click on an entry to see further details.

This calendar will be updated with additional dates and information by February, and is subject to change, so please continue to check back as the year progresses.

Financial aid to help meet class or travel costs is available to all Green Lake rowers, please e-mail or call the office at 206-684-4074 for information.

Ergomania, our local indoor rowing (erg) championships, is Saturday, January 25. If you are interested in racing, please RSVP on iCrew by January 19.

Cost to GLC rowers: $55 (pays for regatta and coaching fees)

This is one of 3 Green Lake Crew hosted Regattas held throughout the year on our buoyed 1000-meter course. Note: Parking is difficult and illegally parked cars are often ticketed. Master rowers are all encouraged to sign up for dock duty in between races.

Cancelled due to COVID-19.

Ordinarily takes place at Lake Stevens.

An event for our experienced boats which happens on the Montlake Cut near UW. Green Lake Adult Crew will be submitting entry bids and will know if any of our crews are selected by early March.

This race has events for juniors, collegiate, masters, and sometimes international Olympic team rowers. The course is 2000 meters starting in Lake Washington and finishing just at the west end of the cut. The best viewing is from the Montlake Cut or Bridge. Launching is at the University of Washington’s Conibear Shellhouse, located just east of the U.W. Intramural Activities Building and tennis courts. Parking is good at U.W. lots E11/E12 or E1.

Aka “Masters Regionals”, a three day event for novice and experienced rowers  which happens on Vancouver Lake, WA.  More details (e.g. lodging) available soon.  The 1000 meter race course (regatta website) at Vancouver Lake is centered on Vancouver Lake Park. Launching, parking and best viewing are all in the park.

Cascadia RCA Masters National Championships will be at Burnaby Lake for three days instead of two this year.

Cost to GLC rowers: $55 (pays for regatta and coaching fees)

This is one of 3 Green Lake Crew hosted Regattas held throughout the year on our buoyed 1000-meter course. Note: Parking is difficult and illegally parked cars are often ticketed. Master rowers are all encouraged to sign up for dock duty in between races.

Row for the Cure – Lake Union (Launch from Lake Washington Rowing Club dock). More details coming as the event approaches.

Cost to GLC rowers: $55 (pays for regatta and coaching fees)

This is one of 3 Green Lake Crew hosted Regattas held throughout the year on our buoyed 1000-meter course. Note: Parking is difficult and illegally parked cars are often ticketed. Master rowers are all encouraged to sign up for dock duty in between races.

GLC Masters Meetings, Mixer Rows, and Other Events

Listed below are meetings and other events for 2020. Click on an entry to see further details.

This calendar will be updated with additional dates and information by February, and is subject to change, so please continue to check back as the year progresses.

All Team Meeting after Saturday practice (11:15 am) where Jason will tell us about plans regarding the new boathouse. 

Coxing workshop to follow (~12:00 pm) 

Come help us clean the erg room and ergs before practice starting at 8:00 am.

Original event March 10th CANCELED / POSTPONED. Stay tuned for new date.

Lagunitas Brewery, 1550 NW 49th St, Seattle, WA 98107. Proceeds benefit the boathouse campaign.

This event is cancelled because all Parks and Recreation facilities will be closed until at least April 13th.

The whole team is encouraged to come out for this free, fun row to mingle and welcome newer rowers. Please bring finger food to share afterwards.

All Team Meeting after Saturday practice (11:15 am). 

Coxing workshop to follow (~12:00 pm)

Partnering with Seize the Oar Foundation to introduce anyone interested to the sport of rowing.

The whole team is encouraged to come out for this free, fun row to mingle and welcome newer rowers. Please bring finger food to share afterwards.

All Team Meeting after Saturday practice (11:15 am). 

Masters are encouraged to participate in this event from 1:00 – 3:00 pm at the Green Lake Small Craft Center.

Join your teammates for an erg challenge at Stoup Brewing in Ballard. Proceeds benefit Seize the Oar Foundation.

The whole team is encouraged to come out for this free, fun row to mingle and welcome newer rowers. Please bring finger food to share afterwards.

Partnering with Seize the Oar Foundation.

All Team Meeting after Saturday practice (11:15 am). 

Coxing workshop to follow (~12:00 pm)

RESCHEDULED FROM APRIL 4th.

This event is becoming a must attend for master rowers – a fun night that also helps maintain Green Lake programs and equipment.  The latest details on the auction can be found here.

All Team Meeting after Saturday practice (11:15 am).