[CUCBC Captains] Getting on Race Results
michael at cucbc.org
Fri Jun 3 23:56:07 BST 2016
Thanks to those of you who have submitted declarations. I'm still awaiting
a response from the following:
I know that it's a busy time for exams, but I really must have these back
ASAP so that we can finalise eligibility of all boats taking part in the
CUCBC Safety Advisor
On 28 May 2016 at 00:12, Mark Jacobs <mark at cucbc.org> wrote:
> Dear All,
> Attached is this term's 12-outing declaration form for the May Bumps.
> Please note the following:
> - One form per club please - not separate submissions per crew or for
> men's/women's sections.
> - The requirement for each crew is 12 outings, where weekday sessions
> after 9am count as 1.5 towards the total. Outings in IVs or small boats do
> not count towards the total.
> - Races count as 1 outing, irrespective of the time of day or how many
> rounds of a regatta you have raced. The Getting-on-Race may count towards
> the total for those crews attempting to get on.
> - Please take a common sense view when it comes to subs/crew
> shuffling. In particular, each member should ordinarily have undertaken at
> least 8 outings with the crew (though we're flexible and reasonable when it
> comes to putting experienced subs in at the last minute). Please contact me
> to discuss if you think it necessary, especially in the case of coxes.
> - I'd appreciate it if in your return you could indicate which of your
> crews have been training regularly on weekdays after 9am (either in working
> hours, men's/women's hours or after the restricted time). This is simply a
> straw poll to see how many crews are making use of these quieter times.
> - As usual, a random sample of clubs will be asked to submit copies of
> their outing logs for the term. These may be in any format convenient, but
> please ensure that you send me a log of outings actually undertaken, not a
> Google Docs outing planner that has not been updated to reflect outings
> missed due to illness, river closures etc.
> - If you have crews entered that have not managed 12 outings, they
> will still be welcome to race for time only in the GoR (and will be
> eligible for the 50% non-qualifier's refund).
> - If you think you have a good excuse for not having made the
> 12-outing requirement by the deadline, feel free to plead your case with me
> before scratching.
> Forms are to be returned to me by the end of Thursday 2 June.
> Any questions, please ask.
> Mark Jacobs
> CUCBC Safety Advisor
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