There is no parking at the regatta site. All parking is off site. Parking organizers are asking for $5 donation to Habitat for Humanity. Shuttles run regularly from the parking garage to the regatta. It can take 20-30 minutes to ride the shuttle bus from the parking site to the venue.
Ava MacNeal, Merel Sutherland, martina radoslavov, Olivia Sheridan
Event 39: 4+ Junior 2V Men (2nd 4+) competition
Skylar Severance, Robert Carpenter, Max Friedland, Alexander Weissman, Nicholas Roeder-Yika
Event 50: 4+ Junior 1V Men (1st 4+) competition
Carly Legenzowski, Benjamin Castle, Maximilian Lindeis, Kyle Brody, Nicholas Van ingen
Mary Cate Carlo, Zachary Johnston, Edward Leete-Koeckert, Dylan Koproski, Ryan Borsy
* Note: rowers were moved around in some boats
The park is open until 6pm on Friday. It re-opens at 6am on Sat. Although the park is not guarded at night a locked gate blocks the entrance. Organizations have regularly parked trailers overnight in past years.
Awards: Head of the Housatonic medals are custom-designed, hand-crafted pewter made locally in Connecticut. First place medals are awarded in every race. Second place medals are awarded in events with at least 6 entries.
Third place medals are awarded in events with at least 10 entries.