Seattle Row for the Cure - First Fall Head Race 5800 Meters
Since 2000, the PNW Rowing Community has come out in force to support the Seattle Row for the Cure 5.8k head race each fall. Hundreds of rowers from clubs up and down the west coast gather to enjoy beautiful Lake Union and participate in one of the first races to kick off the competitive head racing season.
Following is race day information. Please contact us with any questions!
Race Day- SEPTEMBER 15, 2019
Packet pick up: 5:00am - 8:00am Pocock Rowing Center
Coach and Coxswain Meeting: 6:00am Pocock Rowing Center
Boats Launch: 6:40am PRC, LWRC, UW
Racing Begins: 7:30am
Course Length: 5800m
Registration Information: Regatta Central
Team Fundraising Platform: Classy
Regatta Director: Angie Sievers
Chief Referee: Mariah Foster
See Regatta Central for registration deadlines.
Gas Works Park
Celebrate with us as we recognize our rowers, fundraisers and sponsors with a party in the park and award ceremony following the regatta. Spectators can have a front row seat to the race starting at 7:30am with great views from many park locations.
Rowers and spectators can gather for warm drinks and food during and after the event. Be sure and join us at ~11:00am for the awards ceremony where we will be awarding our Pink Ergs, RFTC Medals/Ribbons, and individual fundraising prizes.
Since 2000, this event has raised more than $971,000 for its primary beneficiary, the Puget Sound Affiliate of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure®. Our support helps them deliver their promise to save lives and end breast cancer forever by empowering people, ensuring quality care for all and energizing science to find the cure. In 2018, we're breaking a million and we hope that you can join us as we meet this amazing goal!
Congratulations to the 2018 Pink Erg Winning Teams!
Youth: Holy Names Academy and Seattle Prep
Masters: Lake Union Crew, Everett Rowing Association and Lake Stevens Rowing Club