Minneapolis Sprints
Saturday, June 16, 2018
About


US Rowing Registered Regatta
Minneapolis Sprints is a USRA Registered Regatta. This designation means that this regatta is officially and nationally recognized as a safe and fair event, meeting the highest standards for American regattas.

All referees and assistant referees participating in Minneapolis Sprints are licensed by the United States Rowing Association, the governing body of of rowing in the United States.

Regatta Administration
Minneapolis Sprints is overseen by the Minneapolis Rowing Club Regatta Committee, which reports back to the Board of Directors for the Minneapolis Rowing Club.   
For questions,   Email:  chair@minneapolissprints.com
  
  
About Lake Nokomis and the Park  
The lake was named for the grandmother of Hiawatha in Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s epic poem The Song of Hiawatha. The lake was known as Lake Amelia from 1819 until it was renamed on December 5, 1910. The lake was originally named for the daughter of Captain George Gooding. The name change was proposed in 1909 by the Hiawatha Improvement Association, an organization of neighborhood residents.