I needed a proper recovery row today:
10k = 38:18.6 / 1:54.9 / 22
A nice and steady, pretty easy and enjoyable row.
With two weeks to go until the second Farnborough 5k indoor rowing competition, and entries officially closing on Monday, we currently have 55 confirmed and paid for entries. This is up on last year which is great, and getting fairly close to capacity for the number of racing machine we are planning to use. Once entries close on Monday I will draft out the race timetable and publish it. Following that I will still accept entries until we’re at full capacity and people will fit into their respective race category where there are spaces, an earlier race if there aren’t, or race in an additional race at the beginning of the day otherwise. I can’t allow late entries to race later than their respective categories as it’s not fair for them to know the time to beat.
It is set up to be a great day of racing, and should be a lot of fun. If you’re in the area and want to come to spectate you will be very welcome, either on the Saturday for the 5k racing, or the Sunday for the 3 head to head 100k pairs world record attempts.