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Canadian University Rowing Association


The Canadian University Rowing Association is the governing body for post-secondary rowing in Canada. Its purpose is to promote participation in rowing through academic and sporting excellence at Canadian Universities. The Canadian University Rowing Championship (CURC) is hosted annually in early November by one of the member institutions. It is a showcase of top Canadian Under 23 and Senior rowing talent where many of the medalist and finalist athletes have represented or will go on to represent Canada internationally.

Contents

  • Championship Events 1
  • Men's National Championships per School 2
  • Women's National Championships per School 3
  • National Champions 4
  • References 5

Championship Events

According to the CURA Playing Regulations, CURC events are the same for Men and Women and points are awarded to participating teams for 1st through 12th place in each event:

EVENT PLACE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Lwt 1x 15 12 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Hwt 1x 15 12 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Lwt 2x 20 16 12 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2
Hwt 2- 20 16 12 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2
Lwt 4+ 25 20 15 12 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3
Hwt 8+ 40 35 30 25 22 20 19 18 17 16 15 14

The Women's Lwt 4+ will be changed in 2015 to the Women's Lwt 4x [1]

Men's National Championships per School

SCHOOL NUMBER OF CHAMPIONSHIPS MOST RECENT
Brock University 5 2012
University of British Columbia 2 2014
University of Victoria 6 2010
University of Western Ontario 5 2013

Women's National Championships per School

SCHOOL NUMBER OF CHAMPIONSHIPS MOST RECENT
Queen's University 1 2007
University of British Columbia 1 2004
University of Victoria 11 2012
University of Western Ontario 5 2014

National Champions

The Men's and Women's Teams with the most points are crowned "National Champions" and presented with the National Championship Banners following the regatta.

YEAR SITE HOST INSTITUTION MEN'S CHAMPIONS WOMEN'S CHAMPIONS
2015 Lochaber, Antigonish, NS St.FX
2014 Elk Lake, Victoria, BC UVic University of British Columbia [2] University of Western Ontario[3]
2013 Île Notre-Dame, Montreal, Que McGill University of Western Ontario University of Western Ontario
2012 Lake Burnaby, Burnaby, BC UBC Brock University University of Victoria
2011 Welland, Ont UWO University of Western Ontario University of Victoria
2010 Elk Lake, Victoria, BC UVic University of Victoria University of Victoria
2009 Île Notre-Dame, Montreal, Que McGill University of Victoria University of Western Ontario
2008 Fort Langley, BC UFV/UBC University of Western Ontario University of Western Ontario
2007 Welland, Ont Brock University of Western Ontario Queen's University
2006 Martindale Pond, St. Catharines, Ont Brock University of Western Ontario University of Western Ontario
2005 Elk Lake, Victoria, BC UVic University of British Columbia University of Victoria
2004 Île Notre-Dame, Montreal, Que McGill Brock University University of British Columbia
2003 Elk Lake, Victoria, BC UVic Brock University University of Victoria
2002 Martindale Pond, St. Catharines, Ont Brock Brock University University of Victoria
2001 Martindale Pond, St. Catharines, Ont Brock University of Victoria University of Victoria
2000 Elk Lake, Victoria, BC UVic University of Victoria University of Victoria
1999 Martindale Pond, St. Catharines, Ont Brock Brock University University of Victoria
1998 Elk Lake, Victoria, BC UVic University of Victoria University of Victoria
1997 Elk Lake, Victoria, BC UVic University of Victoria University of Victoria

References

  1. ^ https://twitter.com/CdnUniRowing/status/529367032400461824
  2. ^ http://rowingcanada.org/news-events/news/university-athletes-travel-elk-lake-victoria
  3. ^ http://rowingcanada.org/news-events/news/university-athletes-travel-elk-lake-victoria
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