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  • Head of the Giblet Regatta Nov 21

    The Head of the Giblet will be at Turkey Lake on Saturday Nov 21. Registration will be on regattacentral.com Changes to this year's regatta: Middle School

    19 hours ago
  • Battle of the Blues - Feb 27 @Moss Park

    If you have blue in your team colors, you are invited to join us for the 2nd annual Battle of the Blues Regatta at Moss Park. The 2015 regatta was a success

    19 hours ago
  • Leader Of The Lake - 5K Regatta

    Lake County Rowing Association cordially invites you to compete at the 2nd Annual Leader Of The Lake Regatta, Saturday October 3rd, 2015. When you bring

    hosman.aaron 21 hours ago
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FSRA is the governing body of scholastic-aged youth rowing in the state of Florida. FSRA operates as a non-profit organization established promote rowing as a sport among the youth of Florida. All FSRA member youth teams (club and high school) active during the Florida spring racing season will be invited to participate in the season ending Florida State Championship Regatta.

As a service to the greater Florida rowing community, FSRA hosts an annual fall coach's meeting (open to everyone but only member organizations, high school and club, may vote), organizes a spring regatta schedule, and maintains a contact list of Florida high school and youth teams. Member fees are due at the annual fall meeting. Please contact the association officers for more information on membership or the championship regatta.

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  • Apr 25, 2000
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