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Better-late-than-never edition of

Still, Keep Calm and Wash Your Hands

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For the love of rowing...
Many thanks goes to...
  • Matt, Holly and Joe for taking delivery of and setting up the five new ergos delivered on Monday - now let's keep them clean and no muddy shoes at any time, please! #justonemorething
We still have the old ergos to clean, ready for the buyer to collect - as the old adage goes: "many hands make light work", so please spare a few minutes to help out with this, this Saturday.

Also many thanks to...
  • Graham & Eric for re-hanging the Spreadbury Cup Winners and Captains honours boards 
  • Anne for pulling the trailer to Dorney Lake and Matt for arranging the hire vehicle for Clive then to pull the trailer back last Sunday
  • Geoff T for arranging for racing crews to boat on the Tideway and for pulling the trailer there and back, also on Sunday

Speaking of Trailer Drivers...

WEY Need You!
Any Senior member or parent with licence to tow [check here], who's happy to help out on occasion, and whether or not you have a towing vehicle, please get in touch with captain@weybridgerowing.club
With high hopes for the high waters to recede soon, all those expecting to boat on 'Yellow boards' should have completed and passed the new part of the Certificate of Competency (CoC or basic watermanship), in addition to the bit.ly/WEYWaterSafetyQuiz.

Introduced a few weeks ago in response to another club running into trouble, the 'Yellow boards safety protocol' means being able to erg at a defined weight-adjusted split (posted in clubroom and here) at rate 20 for 3 x 10' (rest: 3'). The aim is to be as consistent as possible across the 3 intervals with the 2nd interval being the one recorded.

Once done, you can send your results to
captain@weybridgerowing.club
And in case you don't know or can't remember if you are an RA (Risk Assessor), this list should answer that burning question: "Do I have a CoW?"

Pre-outing Risk Assessments
One fine day soon we shall return to rowing on our reach! As ever, remember to account for the various factors, including:
 EA boards, flow rate and river level, the state or behaviour of the weirpool at Shepperton Lock (if unsure, go look), the experience and strength of those boating, boat type/size, wind speeds and direction, air and water temperatures, weather generally (including likelihood of lightning), and visibility.
bit.ly/WEYBoatingRA

Training Session Updates

Dorney Lake (Sunday only) is pending confirmation for some racing crews
For Juniors  
Please check WRCjnr.com 
for updates - now including training calendars for each squad for you to view or subscribe to
For Seniors/Masters  
Please check 
bit.ly/WEYToLineupSeniors 
for session updates and crew lineups

All You Need, All in One Place

Including the usual: WEY To Signup (Juniors and Seniors), WEY To Lineup (Seniors), WEY To Train... Smarter (training plans) and WEY To Race (club-wide race calendar). Plus, check out our WEY To Cox and accompanying WEY To Steer - great for getting to know our reach and having a CoW!

What else is happening: 
All the WEY Calendars

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