19 March 2016

Entries can only be made on tracker http://www.iaru.ie/.
NO TELEPHONE ENTRIES shall be accepted.

See the events page for important entry details.

Slip Assignments
Visiting Clubs have been allocated to specific slips in order to manage space for boat trailers and boat assembly and to manage queues at slips. Please note that following the opening in 2013 of the O’Shaughnessy pedestrian bridge across the Eglington canal, both slips are approximately equally close to the Registration, Refreshments and Toilets available at the College Bar.
There is no need to walk round by public road past the cathedral.

All clubs are requested to use the requested slips; in the event of queuing issues at slips; slip stewards will give priority to crews using their club’s assigned slip.

Please ensure your trailer goes to the slip it has been allocated.

New navigational markers are an integral part of the course. Please take time to review the map and steering instructions viewable on the course map page or downloaded GHOR map plus steering.docx.

Attendance at the meetings for coxes and steerers is mandatory. These take place at 8.30 and 11.30 outside registration in the College Bar.

Registration will be open at 8.30 and payment in full of your club entry fee is required before any bow numbers are released. Please do not ask for individual crew numbers to be given out separately. All crews entered and on the draw must be paid for, regardless of last-minute scratches.

There will be toilet facilities accessible from either slip.

No deposit is required for bow numbers but please make sure you hand back your club's numbers before you leave, either to slip stewards or directly to registration.
Please leave the trailer park as you find it, removing your club's rubbish before you leave.

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Some history on the Head of Rive Race from the Old Galway section of the Galway Advertiser