Winner of the Star Trophy for Champion School of the regatta is Christchurch Boys High School2019-03-30 16:41:51
Winner of the Simon Briggs Cup (coxswain of the regatta) is George Rutledge2019-03-30 16:40:34
Winner of the Presidents Scull (sculling points champion) is St Peters School2019-03-30 16:38:56
Winner of the Executive Trophy (sweep oar points champion) is Hamilton Boys High School2019-03-30 16:38:09
the draw for the G U18 8+ has been updated and is showing in the day sheet online2019-03-29 17:12:49
Sadly, due to unfavourable conditions, it won't be possible to hold a coxswains race today at Maadi.2019-03-29 12:48:03
note: Saturday's day sheet is not available yet - this is so scratchings can be dealt with and crews promoted where possible
There is not expected to be any training after racing today. The weather is reducing visibility and available light. Crews wishing to train should do so during the day on the warm up/down circuit. (Register with the numbers hut to do this).2019-03-28 16:10:01
races 464-471 at 5:18-5:46 today now available2019-03-28 16:01:50
Racing will re-start at 5:45pm; picking up from where it paused this afternoon. An updated day sheet for the remainder of the day is available.2019-03-27 17:07:35
There are now only 3 events that may be raced today: G U18 2X, G U16 1X, and G N18 2X. All other events from today's original programme will be raced tomorrow.2019-03-27 16:48:45
Next review is: 5:00pm. Further reviews will be at 15-minute intervals.2019-03-27 16:33:41
B U17 2X (Event 21) and G U17 2X (Event 43) will not be raced today. Those events will take place tomorrow.2019-03-27 16:21:20
Next review 4:30pm. Further details to follow (more races will be held tomorrow instead of today).2019-03-27 16:07:35
The G U18 1X races will no longer be held today. They will be raced tomorrow. Next review at 4:00pm.2019-03-27 15:31:09
The Race Committee continues to review conditions and the impact of delays on scheduling. Completing a full programme of racing is still possible at present. Next review at 3:30pm.2019-03-27 14:58:04
Next review at 15:002019-03-27 14:31:51
Review will be at 2:30pm for a 3:15pm re-start.2019-03-27 13:51:44
The small boats already on the water are being escorted back to the boat park. The race schedule will be re-evaluated after boats are safely off the water.2019-03-27 13:45:02
The regatta has been put on hold due to wind.2019-03-27 13:24:52
Wednesday afternoon's day sheet is now available2019-03-27 13:11:04
Umpires are gathered on the course and the crowd is asked to stand for a moment's silence to reflect on the tragedy in Christchurch on Friday 15 March2019-03-27 11:48:51
The per school limit on events will be raised by 1. This means a school wishing to enter number two crews into double scull events will be able to do so (if supplementary entries are available for the event).
The limit will be raised at 8pm on Monday evening.
The Schools Committee have approved the application to modify the Option 7 progression system on an emergency basis for the 2019 Aon Maadi Cup.
The progression for 65 to 72 entries will be as follows:
+ 9 Heats: first three to Quarter-Final; last place eliminated; rest to Repechage
+ 5 Repechages: 1st to Quarter-Final; 2nd to Final E; 3rd to Final F; 4th to Final G
+ 4 Quarter-Finals: first 4 to Semi-Finals; 5th and 6th to Final C; 7th and 8th to Final D
+ 2 Semi-Finals: first four to Final A; rest to Final B
Entries have closed for this years Aon Maadi Cup regatta with two events exceeding the maximum of 64 entries. The events are the Boys Under-17 Single Scull and the Girls Under-17 Single Scull. Karapiro Rowing would appreciate any early scratchings for these events.
There are several options available going ahead:
1. Run Time Trials for these events; not a favoured option.
2. Remove all number 2 crews from these events. This would not stop anyone attending Maadi Cup as there are no number 2 crews for which this would have been their sole race, but it would mean that there would be a number of crews who would now only have one race at Maadi Cup.
3. Modify the progression system to accommodate 72 crews for this year. This is the preferred option at this stage as the regatta is generally slightly smaller than previous regattas and so could accommodate the three extra races that would be generated. This Option has to be approved by the Schools Committee and an application has been made to them.
The New Zealand Secondary Sports Council de-sanctioned lightweight rowing (see announcement here: www.nzsssc.org.nz). Consequently the lightweight fours and doubles events will not be accepting entries.2018-01-23 23:48:21