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By The Wey

Short and sweet this week... The weekend lineup is below...

An extra special invitation

Due to the 'Train Smarter, Rower Faster' pilot workshop on Monday 04-Dec at Guildford RC being oversubscribed, another workshop will run...

Monday 18 December
- Weybridge Rowing Club - 7pm for 7.30pm


Hosted by BR Masters Committee, the workshop covers the physiological changes associated with ageing. There will be discussion on how to slow the inevitable decline and how to play to your strengths. Other areas include: metabolic conditioning (cardiovascular training), tissue conditioning (strength, power and trunk endurance) together with flexibility and stretching, training programmes, nutrition, avoiding injury and rigging.

RSVP by 11 December

Confirmation will follow in days along with a support manual.
200 Club Christmas Bottle Raffle & Draw, Sun 3-Dec
This year as with every year for the past 6 years, Weybridge RC via the 200 Club, is organising a Christmas Charity Raffle with proceeds being shared between a charity for the homeless and the 200 Club. We look to all Club members and parents of our Junior members for your full support. Raffle tickets will be on sale within the next couple weeks. We look forward to being overwhelmed by your bottle donations, which can be left from now in the designated box in the clubhouse or at Greg's - please revert to the e-mail sent last Sunday. Thank you.
Take me to the weekend lineup already!
Next week's issue will give details for rowing over the festive period.
For now, please jot down these dates:

Christmas Pudding Races, Sat 16-Dec

Scratch 8s racing with Walton, Sun 17-Dec

Christmas Day morning row with Weyfarers, Mon 25-Dec

Boxing Day walk (OK, not rowing!) with Weyfarers, Tue 26-Dec

New Years’ Day paddle, Mon 01-Jan-18

Masters: your views on the new competition framework

The Pairs Head was the first head race to use the new British Rowing competition framework. Crews were grouped into different Pennant categories according to their number of CRI points, and further grouped into broad age groups with no time handicaps applied, e.g. all B/C championship crews race against each other with no handicaps.

Several feel the new system generally unfair and have written to Karon Phillips, British Rowing Masters Committee Chairman - for more information about her and to feedback on the new system, please go here. She has been very supportive and asks as many Masters as possible to write to her; the more people who write, the more likely it is British Rowing will recommend a change in the rules of racing.

If you feel strongly about it, please write to her at karon [at] newwaveuk.co.uk

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