2013 Canadian Masters Championships

The Regatta

The Rowing Canada Aviron (RCA) Canadian Masters Championships (CMC) is held in a different location in August each year hosted by a rowing club selected by RCA.

The regatta is for masters aged competitors (21 years old and older) an all races are 1000 metres in length and is open to any club rower in the world.

In 2009, the event was held in Victoria, British Columbia.

In 2010, Canada hosted the FISA 2010 World Rowing Masters in St. Catharines, Ontario from September 2nd to 5th.

In 2011 the regatta was held in Victoria, British Columbia, at Elk Lake, August 19th to 21st. It gathered more than 200 rowers during the 3 days.

In 2012 the regatta was held at the Olympic Basin in Montreal, Quebec from August 24th to August 26th.

Rowing Canada Aviron (RCA)

RCA is a non-profit organization recognized by the Government of Canada and the Canadian Olympic Committee as the national governing body for the sport of rowing in Canada. RCA represents 15,000 registered members at all levels, novices, juniors, university students, seniors and masters, whether they row for recreation, health and fitness or competition.

RCA is a member of the Canadian Olympic Committee and the Fédération internationale des sociétés d`aviron (FISA), the international federation for rowing.






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  • The 2013 Junior and U23 champs was the most wonderful experience for us in South Africa. Although our kayak community is relatively small, we are an intense group of loyal supporters. Following the build-up on your website as well as your Facebook and the photos on WIFC Facebook page was the highlight of my day. Not only mine but many of us shared links from early morning. Thanks for the effort and a huge congratulations on your achievement. The live streaming gave many of us goose bumps and the occasional lump in the throat. I checked many comments by parents all over the globe, don`t worry, we are all the same, from Japan, Canada, Africa. Thanks for sharing the wonderful experience. Today I could watch my son`s semi-final on Youtube, tonight we will watch it again and every day I will check Youtube for new uploads.
    Chris Van Den Bergh

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