[CUCBC Captains] Resend: Introduction of the 15-minute rule from Thursday 3rd Feb
conor at cucbc.org
Mon Jan 31 20:53:30 GMT 2022
Please see Lee’s email below - it seems our email woes are not yet resolved, and maybe even worse, as it might only be my emails that are getting through. We’re still working on getting to the bottom of why this is the case. Sorry for the trouble…
On 31 Jan 2022, 20:44 +0000, Limeng Zhu <limeng at cucbc.org>, wrote:
> Dear Captains,
> We hope you have had a good first week of rowing in full term, and thanks for all the EMM reports.
> Based upon EMM rota recordings and Committee observation of early mornings last week, and following discussion, the CUCBC Exec and Senior Committees have decided to enact the 15-minute rule, effective from Thursday 3rd February.
> 15 minute rule: "Only first Eights may boat within the first 15 minutes after Lighting Down, or after the allowed boating time on Saturdays and Sundays. All other crews may boat 15 minutes after Lighting Down." (15 minute rule: http://www.cucbc.org/handbook/earlies) Do note this is for 1st VIIIs only, and is not affected by position in Lents or Mays.
> This should hopefully reduce frustrations and increase spacing of boats on the river. If this doesn't work, we'll look at bringing the two-boat system in instead; but our hope is that the 15-minute rule is sufficient to give crews more time rowing and less time queueing. Please can you inform EMMs to enforce this from this Thursday, for everyone's benefit.
> Secondly a reminder regarding lights (have solid white lights on stern+bow), traffic (full crew, full slide, spin at lock if pushing off in first 15 minutes) and noise (minimal noise before 0730 upstream of the *railway* bridge; except for emergencies (e.g. capsize, imminent crash, attacking lions).
> With Kind regards,
> Limeng Zhu
> CUCBC Executive Committee
> On Behalf of Cambridge University Combined Boat Clubs
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