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2021 Canadian Indoor Rowing Championships
The 2021 Canadian Indoor Rowing Championships (CIRC) took place February 6-7, inviting competitors for a weekend of virtual racing together in real time. CIRC is one of the longest continuous championships in Canada for indoor rowing and this year marked the 38th edition of the annual Championships bringing together competitors across North America. CIRC was designated by World Rowing as the Continental Qualifier for the Americas to the 2021 virtual World Rowing Indoor Championships (WRICH) to be held on February 23-27. Competitors who qualify for the WRICH finals will race virtually, and in real time, against other finalists in their race category.
A number of individuals from across BC chose to take part in the 2021 Canadian Indoor Rowing Championships. Rowing BC would like to celebrate the following individuals on their success in having qualified for the 2021 virtual World Rowing Indoor Championships:
Under 19 Women (2000m)
Ellie Sousa from Victoria City Rowing Club with a time of 07:16.8
Under 23 Lightweight Women (2000m)
Angelina Stevenson from Burnaby Lake Rowing Club with a time of 07:48.2
Masters 70-74 Women (2000m)
Gayle Hubbard from Delta Deas Rowing Club with a time of 08:44.1
Masters 55-59 Men (2000m)
David Miege from Shuswap Association for Rowing and Paddling with a time of 06:44.8
Masters 65-69 Men (2000m)
Gustave Schoch from Victoria City Rowing Club with a time of 06:43.2
Richard Stout from Delta Deas Rowing Club with a time of 07:04.2
Congratulations and best of luck to all of you! To find more information and a list of all the finalists, visit https://worldrowing.entries.regatta-systems.com/wrich/2021.
Did we miss a BC participant who qualified? If so, please email firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can celebrate their accomplishment.