[CUCBC Contacts] Tuesday Results and Notes & Fines
conor at cucbc.org
Wed Mar 2 00:32:59 GMT 2022
The results of Tuesday’s racing are available here: http://www.cucbc.org/lents <http://www.cucbc.org/lents>
Notes from the Umpires
It is wonderful to be back racing Bumps again. The Chief Umpires would like to extend a huge thank you to everyone who has made this possible.
Crews should carry on rowing upon being bumped until they are clear of the bumping boat. Failure to do so puts your own cox in danger.
It is the responsibility of all coxes to know where their finish is, and ensure they wind down once their whole boat has passed it.
Please remind bank parties that handheld filming is not allowed. They much use a handlebar mount or hemlet mount or similar if they'd like to film the races whilst cycling.
Bank parties are strictly limited to three cyclists.
Only one member of each crew's bank party should approach Control or the Chief Umpires at a time.
Please remind bank parties to be aware of members of the public who have every right to use the towpath during the races. There are new hazards around the new footbridge, where members of the public may be joining the towpath without being aware of the race in progress, so please take care to avoid collisions with them.
A credit card was handed in at Control. If anyone in your club has lost one, please let us know.
Caius M2 - Illegal practice start - £15
Caius W2 - Excessive bank party approaching Chief Umpires - warning
Emmanuel M2 - Excessive bank party - £30
Emmanuel M2 - Excessive bank party (in addition to above) - £45
Homerton M1 - Early celebration - £30
Homerton M1 - Failure to clear - £40
King's W1 - Use of megaphone for coaching - warning; megaphones are for emergency use only in Bumps.
LMBC M3 - Excessive bank party - £30
LMBC M3 - Slow to hold it up - £30
Pembroke M3 - Overshooting marshalling - Bring a satnav tomorrow
Queens' W2 - Excessive clearing - A+ for effort, but please try to keep your bows in the water next time
Selwyn W1 - Easying on being bumped and failure to clear - £50
Selwyn M2 - Failure to spin sandwich boat - race backing-it-down if you're sandwich again
Sidney W2 - Boating without a lifejacket - £50
St Catharine's M2 - Failure to clear - £50
St Edmund's W1 - Easying upon being bumped - £40
St Edmund's M1 - Excessive bank part - £30
Trinity Hall W3 - Early celebration - £20
Fines can be appealed by e-mailing Dr Dan Wilkins, CUCBC Senior Treasurer (seniortreasurer at cucbc.org <mailto:seniortreasurer at cucbc.org>) within 48 hours of this email being sent.
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