European Rowing Coastal Championships

2022, ERCC San Sebastian, Spain

The European Rowing Coastal Championships are an international coastal event split into club and national federation events. The European Rowing Club Coastal Championships are open only to European club crews nominated by the member federation in which they are located whilst the European Rowing Coastal Championships are open to European national team crews nominated by their member federation. British Rowing as the National Federation is responsible for the ranking of club crews representing Great Britain in the European Rowing Club Coastal Championships and the selection of rowers representing Great Britain in the European Rowing Coastal Championships.

The 2022 event will be held in San Sebastian, Spain from the 27th of October to the 30th of October.

More information about the event can be found here.


Entry, Club Ranking & GB Selection Policy

2022 Entry, Club Ranking & GB Selection Policy


Enter

Enter your boat for the European Rowing Coastal Championships 2022.

Entries to British Rowing close at 09:00 on August 7th, 2022.

European Rowing Coastal Championships Boat Registration Form


European Rowing Beach Sprint Championships

If you are looking for information about selection to Great Britain for the Beach Sprint Championships please visit the GB Beach Sprint Team page.


Contact

If you have any further questions or queries, please contact WRCC@britishrowing.org.


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