The 2019 USRowing Northeast Youth Championships will be held May 18-19, 2019, on the Merrimack River in Lowell, Mass.
Team Points Trophies
Heat Sheets and Results
See below for information about how to volunteer for the event.
The USRowing Northeast Youth Championships offer the most opportunities for crews within the region to qualify for the USRowing Youth National Championships, as well as an opportunity for novice and junior varsity crews to compete in a full slate of racing.
Nearly 2,000 athletes, representing more than 400 crews from 40+ teams are expected to compete in this event.
Registration for this event is now CLOSED.
Click the link below to visit the registration page.
Initial Registration Deadline: May 12, 2019
*Updated payment terms: Entry fees are due on the May 12 deadline. Payment is no longer due at the time of entry.
See Entry Packet for full terms of payment information.
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Travel and Lodging
The 2019 USRowing Northeast Youth Championships will be held on the Merrimack River in Lowell, Mass.
The Greater Merrimack Valley CVB has worked to secure room blocks in the Lowell area to assist teams seeking lodging for this event.
Click here to view hotels supporting this year’s event. (Updated 5/1 with properties that have extended their cutoff dates. Cutoff date is May 6. )
There will be two launch locations for this event:
UMass Lowell Bellegarde Boathouse 500 Pawtucket Blvd. Lowell, MA 01854 (launch from dock behind the boathouse)
Rynne Bath House 2 157 Pawtucket Blvd. Lowell, MA 01854 (beach wet launch area)
The Greater Merrimack Valley region includes 21 cities and towns, each with its own distinct character. We’re proud to be home to rolling meadows, bustling cities, two national parks, farms, suburban towns and forests. America was born in our region when colonists took up arms against the British in Lexington and Concord. Great American authors also called the Greater Merrimack Valley home; Thoreau, Alcott, and Kerouac. The American Industrial Revolution was born in 19th century Lowell, when textile mills lined the banks of the Merrimack River that will also play host to the regatta. Just 30 minutes northwest of Boston, the Greater Merrimack Valley is home to a vibrant arts community, unique shops, fine and ethnic dining and endless choices for sightseeing, performing arts, museums and nightlife. Adventures await!