The Allom Cup is an intercollegiate race organised by ULBC. This year’s race is on Saturday 7th of December at 9.00
The race is between all the University of London Collegiate boat clubs, it is raced on the ebb from ULBC to Mortlake Anglian and Alpha Boat Club, and on the flood in the opposite direction.
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Novice, Intermediate, Senior
ENTRIES ARE NOW CLOSED. IF YOU HAVE MISSED THE DEADLINE AND WOULD LIKE TO ENTER PLEASE CONTACT FREYA: firstname.lastname@example.org
Clubs with doubling up issues please get in touch as soon as possible so that these can be accommodated in the race draw.
Please note that this year’s race will be run with a tide change in the middle of the day. This means that the racing programme will be very tight so prompt boating is key. Depending on the volume of entries ULBC receives some crews may not be included in the draw, please ensure entries are made on time to avoid this. Every effort will be made to ensure that each club has at least one of their entries in each category.
£80 per 8+.
£36 per 4+.
ENTRIES OPEN UNTIL 10PM MONDAY 25TH NOVEMBER.
PAYMENT BY BACS OR CHEQUE. CHEQUES MUST CLEAR BY NOVEMBER 30TH. ALL PAYMENTS MUST BE IN BY DECEMBER 2ND. THE DRAW WILL TAKE PLACE ON DECEMBER 2ND.
Payment details will be sent out in the email to all club captains.
More information available here
For rules and coxes information read here
4s entry forms available here
8s entry forms available here
For course diagrams read here
For more information visit the United Hospital Boat Club website here (every effort should be made to read this website in full)
ALL COXES AND ATHLETES MUST READ INSTRUCTIONS FOR COXES.
ALL COXES MUST ATTEND A SAFETY BRIEF ON WEDNESDAY 4th DECEMBER AT 6PM IN THE BOATHOUSE LOUNGE.
Captains must ensure that they only enter competent crews and that their crews are properly prepared for the race. Captains must ensure that their crews must follow the standards for safety set out on the British Rowing Guide to Good Practice in Rowing, and particularly the requirement at section 2.1 to wear personal floatation devices where competitors cannot demonstrate the ability to meet the swimming standard or there is a medical problem which presents a risk that the competitor may become unconscious or immobile. The weather in December can be wet and cold!
ANY ISSUES, PLEASE CONTACT THE ULBC CAPTAINS.