Rowers’ Lockdown 3-2-1 Challenge
It’s week two of our Rowers’ Lockdown Challenge and we’ve got a new challenge for you as well as the winners from last week
Last week we introduced you to our Rowers’ Lockdown Challenge and week one saw entries from right around the country. Congratulations to Birmingham Rowing Club who won week one’s club prize with a great effort of 19 entries. Well done to our individual week one winners who all will receive a British Rowing Bobble Hat: Lewis Waite (Quintin Boat Club), Sarah Avril (Birmingham Rowing Club), Debbie Carter de Bois, Aline Heyerick (Birmingham Rowing Club), Sean Houghton (Birmingham Rowing Club), Geoffrey Lester (Bristol Ariel Rowing Club), Matilda Ramnani (Rob Roy Boat Club), Benjamin Sherry (East India Club Rowing Section), Jonathan Sullivan (Worcester Rowing Club) and Teuntje Tijssen (Wallingford Rowing Club).
Week two’s challenge is the 3-2-1 Challenge – simply cycle three kilometres, run two kilometres or row one kilometres – record how long it takes and upload your time at the link below. You can record your time using a GPS app (like Strava or Garmin Connect), your rowing machine monitor (doesn’t matter which brand your rowing machine is) or simply a stopwatch!
This week’s prize is a British Rowing mug – perfect for enjoying a nice warm brew as the colder evenings set in. We’ll pick ten random winners from all the entries. As with last week, there will also be a special prize for the club with the most entries: an awesome live online question and answer session with a member of the GB Rowing Team.
There’s no entry fee so get involved so enter as many times as you like (only your best time will show on the leaderboard) and entries close at 9am on Tuesday November 24 2020. Enjoy!
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Terms & Conditions
- This prize draw (the ‘Prize Draw’) is open to anyone who enters via Challenge Hub into any of the categories of the “Rowers’ Lockdown Challenge – Week 2” by 9am on Tuesday, November 25 2020.
- Participants will be deemed to represent the Affiliated Rowing Club submitted into Challenge Hub on entry.
- The winner of the club prize will be the Affiliated Rowing Club represented the largest number of times in submitted entries.
- Entries received outside this time period will not be considered.
- Entrants into the Prize Draw shall be deemed to have accepted these Terms and Conditions.
- Employees of British Rowing and their family members may enter times into the Challenge but will not be eligible for the Prize Draw.
- The winners will be chosen at random from all of the entries. The prizes are non-exchangeable, non-transferable and are not redeemable for cash or other prizes.
- The winners will be informed by email before 5pm on Friday, 27 November 2020 and must provide a postal address to claim their prize. If a winner does not respond within 14 days of being notified by British Rowing, then the prizes will be forfeited and British Rowing will be entitled to select another winner. The prizes will be sent to the winners by post.
- The winner of the Affiliated Rowing Club prize will be contacted by email before 5pm on Friday, November 27 2020 via the email address listed for the club on the British Rowing administration system. If a winner does not respond within 14 days of being notified by British Rowing, then the prizes will be forfeited and British Rowing will be entitled to select another winner.
- If a winner rejects their prize or their entry is invalid or in breach of these Terms and Conditions then the winner’s prize will be forfeited and British Rowing will be entitled to select another winner.
- Promoter: British Rowing Ltd, 6 Lower Mall, London W6