Skiffie Worlds 2022 | 25th June until 2nd July 2022 | Kortgene | The Netherlands

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Rules and regulations

  • Skiffie Worlds Kortgene 2022 will be held under the St Ayles Skiff International (SASI) Rules of Racing (SCRA 2020 edition) and the Construction and Measurement Rules (SCRA 2019 Edition). 
  • Rules can be found on SASI Website www.staylesinternational.org
  • In compliance with these rules all crews must be covered by suitable third - party insurance, it is the responsibility of participants to ensure they are duly coveredinsured. The responsibility lies with the club to comply with ALL regulations.
  • Any St Ayles Skiff owner/Club can participate using only one skiff per club/group, as long as the entry is registered in the event.
  • All registered rowers / cox of a team/club may only compete in their own St Ayles Skiff and cannot compete under other teams/clubs or Skiffs.
  • Age categories refer to age of each individual rower in the boat on the first day of the Skiffie Worlds 27th june 2022.

Keep in mind that:

  • Every St Ayles Skiff will be checked before launch.
  • Every member of the St Ayles Skiff is personally registered and receives a race pass for participation.
  • At all heats and finals there is a prior check on age, gender and race pass.
  • Every participant in the boat, before and during the race, is checked for wearing a life jacket.
  • The finals must be rowed with the same team as the heats.

Heat's, Finals and Lanes

  • Each club registered in a category is divided into heats based on the previous World Cup results (points competition 2019), the lanes are determined based on a draw. This is done to prevent strong teams will already coming out together in the heats.
  • There are 10 lanes and lane 1 is on the Kortgene side.
  • All heat winners (assuming 5 heats) will go directly to the final and will enter lanes 6, 5, 7, 4 and 8 based on time. (Fastest time will be in lane 6).
  • The rest fastest clubs over all the 5 heats go also to the finals and come in 3,9,2,10 and 1 based on their time. (fastest time in lane 3).
  • If there are fewer heats, it works according to the same principle and the 10 lanes are filled to the maximum.
  • If fewer than 10 exist, there is an immediate final, lane classification will be also done by draw.