A warm welcome to the International DRV Junior Regatta in Munich!

Since 1995, the first weekend of May sees the International Junior Regatta of the German Rowing Federation taking place in Munich. Every year, the event attracts an international crowd from many countries around the world. We usual count:

  • More than 1,000 participants from over 15 countries
  • Junior teams from all major European rowing federations
  • Participants from Asia, Africa and Latin America

This Munich regatta is the leading European high-performance regatta for Junior rowers. There is no better way to compare and evaluate the performance of your Junior rowers early in the season.

Final Regatta Results

Click on the button on the right to retrieve the official results of the 2019 International DRV Junior Regatta.

Racing schedule

The daily time table can be found by clicking on the button below.

List of Entries

Entries are closed. Please click on the button below to access the list of entries.

Results

Looking for results of a specific event or of a certain crew or club? Click on the button below and go to search.

jr2017_1x

ENTRIES

via MAX, the Online Entry System

All entries, crew changes, scratches and late entries must be made via MAX, the online entry system. From April 1st, 2019 you can enter your boats and book additional services.

Organisation

The organisation of the Euro Masters Regatta is divided into several functional areas.

HostDeutscher Ruderverband
OrganiserRegatta München e.V.
Event directorOliver Bettzieche, MRM
Regatta directorsOliver Bettzieche, MRM
Vincent Reß, MRM
Philip Schmolling, MRM
Regatta committeeOliver Bettzieche, MRM
Vincent Reß, MRM
Philip Schmolling, MRM
President of the juryPhilip Schmolling, MRM
Safety officerStefan Kapeller, MRM
Regatta doctorDr. Norbert Kapeller
Team coordination
Boot areaN.N.
Course supplyClaudia Yayehyirad
Information centerLukas Abel
InfrastructureJohannes Fischer
ITStephan Nürnberger
Media productionLuis Heiss, MRM
Leopold Strobl, MRM
Photo finishCédric Strohmeier
Public announcersN.N.
R-IT-AVincent Reß, MRM
StartAnian Bader
TransportN.N.
RescueN.N.
Victory ceremonyGabriele Lammers
Karen Schindler
VolunteersPhilipp Dierken

Essential information for participants

Daily time schedule

Please click here for the time schedule for race day 1, May 4, and race day 2, May 5.

The list of entries can be found here.

Race schedule

The official regatta information including the race schedule as well as general and special remarks defining the regatta can be found here.

For races marked with a *, paragraph 2.5.11.5 RWR (German Rules of Racing) apply.

For races 110 to 115 and 125, 126, 128, and 129 on Saturday and for races 239 to 242 on Sunday, there will be heats as well as finals B and A. If more than 15 boats enter per race, a final C will also take place. The heats can be run with up to 7 starting places/lanes per heat. If there are more than 42 boats entered per race, the heats will be run as Time Trial.

Rules

For all races for age category B: The rules of racing (RWR) of the German Rowing Federation (DRV) apply. For all lightweight races age category A: The rules of racing (RWR) of the German Rowing Federation (DRV) apply for the weigh-in.

Eligibility

Eligible are all participants of the age categories U17 and U19 from Germany and international.

German rowers must be registered in the DRV athletes’ database and their physical fitness to row must be confirmed in order to start. The entry in the athletes’ database for a rower can also be requested at the regatta until 8pm the evening before his/her first start. A preliminary participation permission is granted in this case. In addition, the medical certificate using the official DRV form has to be presented at the regatta office.

Entries

Entry deadline is April 24, 2019, 6pm local time.

Entries only via MAX, the online entry portal. Late entries are accepted at the team managers’ meeting to fill heats. Fees are doubled.

Crew changes, withdrawals and late entries have to be made using MAX, the online entry portal.

Entry fees

Event German team International team
Single € 45 € 35
Pair/Double € 45 € 35
Quad € 60 € 40
Eight € 60 € 40

Entry fees for entries after the entry deadline are doubled.

The entry fees are due at the entry deadline on April 24, 2019. Please submit the entry fees to the account indicated below and include the reference number issued by the online entry system or pay online directly using direct debit (German payments only). Otherwise the entry fees must be paid at least by 8pm the day before the race in the regatta office in cash or debit or credit card. The surcharge for on-site payments is 10% of the entry fees (except late entries). Teams that have not paid their regatta fee on time are not eligible to start.

Coxswains

Coxswains are not restricted by gender; men may cox women’s crews and vice versa.

Before the races

Information Center

ATTENTION+++NEW+++ATTENTION

The Information Center has moved and is NOT located next to the finish tower any more. You can find it next to the LZM on the right side of the course (seen from the finish line).

Here, you can pay for your entry fees (cash and cards only). Please ask here for the current list of race results or for further information regarding the regatta course and public transportation.

The Regatta Office is open on Friday from 11:30am until 8:30pm, and on Saturday and Sunday from two hours before the first race until two hours after the last race.

Team managers’ meeting

  • Friday, May 3, 2019 – 7:00pm
  • Saturday, May 4, 2019 – 30 minutes after the last race

Weigh-in

Lightweight rowers have to meet the requirements of paragraph 2.2.4 of the German Rules of Racing (RWR).
Scales are located in block B – hall 22 directly at the boat area. Please show your picture ID at the weigh-in. Test weigh-in is available on Friday, May 3, between 2pm and 8pm.

Racing

The race length is 2000 meters for JW/JM A and 1500 meters for JW/JM B. The races for the JWA and JMA can run on eight lanes, in general they run on six lanes. The time between the races is four minutes.

For races 110 to 115 and 125, 126, 128, and 129 on Saturday and for races 239 to 242 on Sunday, there will be heats as well as finals B and A. If more than 15 boats enter per race, a final C will also take place. The heats can be run with up to 7 starting places/lanes per heat. If there are more than 42 boats entered per race, the heats will be run as Time Trial.

All other races will be divided into qualifying divisions one evening before the start. The Saturday races are considered as qualification for the Sunday races. Sunday’s heats will be set by the jury according to Saturday’s standings. In case of equal standings, time is considered. Teams that did not start with the identical team (exception: coxswains) on Saturday will be placed in the last division.

Victory ceremony

Except for the preliminaries, there will be an award ceremony after every race.

Juniors B Only the winners of each run will be honoured directly after their race at the winners’ pontoon. Due to the tight timing, the athletes will remain in their boats.

Juniors A For races without preliminaries, only the winners of each run will be honoured directly after their race at the winners’ pontoon. Due to the tight timing, the athletes will remain in their boats.

For races with preliminaries, places 1 to 3 of the races of the A finals will receive their medals (Gold, Silver and Bronze) on the winners’ rostrum.

Training times

Training at the course is available as follows:
Friday through Sunday sunrise until 30 minutes before the first race and 30 minutes after the last race until sunset

Team tents

Team tents can be placed along the course in designated areas after a permit has been obtained from the Information Center. The space will be assigned by the regatta management.

Camping

ATTENTION+++ATTENTION+++ATTENTION

The camping site at the course is closed during the regatta. As there have not been any reservations for camping, the regatta organisers decided not to open the site. If you are still planning on camping, please divert to camping sites close by, e.g. at Langwied.

 

Catering

A catering service will provide breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Food for the teams should be ordered in advance at a reduced price using our online entry system MAX. There is a surcharge of 10% on site (availability not guaranteed).

 

Daytime Price Selection
Breakfast € 6 Rolls, breakfast buffet, one hot beverage, orange juice
Lunch € 11 Main course with side dish, dessert, 1 softdrink
Dinner € 9 Main course, 1 softdrink

Accommodation

Regatta München cooperates with Münchener Hotel Verbund, the Munich hotel association. Please click here for the official booking site with special offers for the Juniors Regatta.

Boat rental

There is no boat rental available.

jr2016_se_jm

Visitor Information

Dear regatta visitors, rowing enthusiasts, and athlete families and suppporters!

We are looking forward to welcoming you at the Olmpic Regatta Course.

All you need to knwo about the regatta, the daily schedule, the entries and victory ceremonies can be found in our regatta program. Please click here to download!

Admission to the 2019 International DRV Junior Regatta is free.

Parking is available behind the grandstand for 3 Euro per entrance. Please note: Parking is not permitted at the area behind the boat sheds during the regatta.

 

Livestream

Our very own Regatta Media Team offers a daily livestream, shown at the regatta course and via the web.

jr2016_start_4x_jf

No posts found.

jr2017_1x_jf_arg