Dee Autumn Head – 2nd November 2013
Dee Autumn Head 2013
Saturday 2nd November:
The Dee Autumn Head HAPPENED
Thanks to all who attended and helped,
Results available here!
Held under the Rules of British Rowing, the Rules of Racing and Row Safe
Saturday 2nd November 2013
Raced downstream over 4000m in two divisions on the River Dee, Chester.
The final draw is now available, updated Friday 1st:
Dee Autumn Head 2013 Poster
Information for Competitors:
Dee Autumn Head 2012 results can be viewed here.
The Dee Autumn Head is held under the Rules of British Rowing, the Rules of Racing and RowSafe.
The Dee Autumn Head takes place every October on the River Dee in Chester with crews racing from the ‘motorway’ bridge to Dee Lane, a distance of just under 4000 m. It is a processional head race with events for all boats from eights to single sculls; in all age categories from Junior to Veteran, subject to a minimum number of entries in each category. We also welcome sponsorship, please see our sponsorship page for details.
Information on results can be found here.
For more information, please take a look at our information for visiting clubs leaflet.