RULES TO WIN an ERG in the GO THE DISTANCE RACE
Each rower who competes in the 4 minute GO THE DISTANCE race will be given a ballot to win a new CONCEPT 2 Model D Ergometer with a PM5 monitor. The erg will be one of the new ergs (black) used at the Canadian Indoor Rowing Championships.
Every rower who races in this event CIRC on February 9, 2020 will have a ballot automatically entered at the end of their race. The erg will be awarded by random draw at the end of the race and is not based on the distance rowed.
Eligibility for the Draw
The prize will be awarded based on a draw from all eligible ballots. The draw will take place immediately following the completion of all flights of the Go the Distance race category. The time for the draw will be approximately 4:30 p.m. Transportation of the ergometer from the Paramount Fine Foods Centre (the race venue), in Mississauga will be the responsibility of the winning competitor.
Eligible ballots must be complete, include a name and address and include a valid stamp from a CIRC lane score with the erg score as proof of racing. Rank or placement in the race is not relevant. All racers will receive just one ballot, Ballots are pre-printed and will be stamped by lane official. Racers do not have to fill it in.
Odds of Winning the Erg
Space is limited by the number of lanes available in this this race category.
Odds of winning will be limited to the number of competitors racing in the Go the Distance 4 minute race. For example if there are 50 entered the odds of winning are 1 in 50, if there are 10, the odds are 1 in 10, etc. Chances of winning an erg in 2018 were 1 in 32 which is amazing odds. Even if you don't win the erg, the charity you support wins!
Entry Fee - Go the Distance
The cost to enter the race is $30 only. The CIRC Organizing committee will be selecting a charity to donate 100% of entry fees for this event. A special presentation will be made on race day.
The Concept 2 ergometer is a new black Model D with a PM5 monitor used one day at the 2020 CIRC.
RULES FOR WINNING THE STIPEND TO WORLD ROWING INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS to the U.S. Indoor Rowing Championships in Boston, U.S.A. March 1, 2020
Since CIRC is a Concept 2 sanctioned event, CIRC competitors over the age of 14, have a chance to win a travel stipend courtesy of Concept 2 to compete in the U.S n Indoor Rowing Championships - on March 1, 2020 in Boston. This event held over 2 days brings together over 3000 competitors from the 75 countries who race in Concept 2 sanctioned races all over the U.S. and Canada.
The World Rowing Indoor Championship (WRIC) is supported by FISA and will be held in Paris, France on February 7-8, 2020. For more information about the North American team attending World's contact Linda Muri, consultant to Concept 2.
How you Win the Trip
Row fast. Beat the set time standards posted on the Concept 2 website. There is no maximum number at CIRC that can meet the time standard. You simply need to row faster than the qualifying standard to be awarded the stipend. Both able-bodied and Para (Adaptive) athletes are eligible to win the trip.
- Must be age 14 or over as of March 1, 2020. (Note this is the U.S. Indoor Rowing Championships race day)
- Compete in a 2000 metre individual event at CIRC on February 9, 2020 and register a score that is faster than the published qualifying time standards World IRC Qualifying Times | Concept2 for the age, weight and gender.
- Or, compete in a 1000 metre individual Para (adaptive) race at CIRC on February 9, 2020 and register a score that is faster than the published qualifying time standard for World IRC Qualifying Times for Adaptive Rowing
- Lightweight competitors must be competing in a lightweight event at CIRC and be at weight or lower. If a lightweight rower is rowing in a heavyweight category at CIRC the qualifying time standard used will be the heavyweight category.
- If under the age of 18, must have consent of parent or legal guardian to travel.
At the end of the day of racing all competitors who post a qualifying time will be eligible for the stipend provided by Concept 2 for the North American Indoor Rowing Championships in Boston on March 1, 2020.
More information about the FISA World Rowing Indoor Championships can be found here. Anyone can enter the WRIC. in Paris France.