Miami International 3/25/2017
FSRA Sculling State Championship 4/8/2017
FSRA Sweep State Championship 4/29/2017
USRowing Southeast Junior Championship 5/13/2017
MBRC Awards Ceremony! 5/21/2017
The annual Head of the Indian Creek is a 2.7 mile race against the clock on scenic Indian Creek in the heart of Miami Beach. Race categories cover the entire range of competitors (high school, masters, colleges and open classes) from recreation singles to championship eights. Medals are awarded to the first three places in all races, and trophies are given to the highest point college, club and high school. The “Creek” is always a lot of fun.
The Head of the Indian Creek Regatta will be held on the scenic
Indian Creek Waterway at Miami Beach on Sunday, October 15, 2017.
Several changes are adopted each year, therefore the following details are important to review.
Race Distance: 4,450 meters or 2.7 miles
Medals will be presented throughout the day, trophy awards ceremony will follow the last event of the day. First, second, and third place medals will be awarded. Points trophies will be awarded to the Junior Program and Master Program that accumulate the most points. There will be a first place medal awarded to the first place master lightweight sculler in the men’s and women’s division.
In order to promote sculling in Florida, we will include Men’s Novice Quad and Women’s Novice Quad.
$80.00 per eight
$70.00 per four/quad
$50.00 per double
$35.00 per single
500 DASHES – $20.00 per Masters Singles and Middle School Singles
PLEASE NOTE: Organizational Fee Cap is $995
The annual head race is expanding by offering a Mixed Masters quad (4x) event benefitting Row for the Cure®. This is an opportunity to tune up your skills for head season with an early head race AND support Breast Cancer Awareness. The regatta boasts 16 Masters/Adaptive events and 37 youth events.
Not competing? You can still support your favorite athlete through online donations at:
Row for the Cure®.