Web Stats 2016:
- 73,213 Site Visits from Jan 1, 2016 – April 10, 2016
- 49,139 of the 73,213 Site Visits came between March 28th – April 3rd (Week of Crew Classic)
- Desktop: 49%, Mobile 42%, Tablet 9%
- 70,391 total sessions between March 31st and April 4th (race weekend)
- 32,514 Users
- 118,792 Page Views
- 69 Pages Per Session
- 3:25 Avg. Session Duration
- Mobile: 58%, Desktop: 34%, Tablet: 8%
USRowing Live Streaming Via YouTube
The number of views, currently 53,008 as of 4/13/15 (24,105 views Saturday and 28,903 views Sunday) is very good. It surpasses IRAs (Men’s Collegiate National Championship) and Youth Nationals. Avg. viewing time is 16 minutes.
UT- San Diego: Sisters Keep USD Rowing on Course
Giving Back: Providing Scholarships for Under Resources Youth Around the County
San Diego News: Crown Point Crew Helps UCSB Win Copley Cup
San Diego News: San Diego Crew Classic Takes Over Crown Point This Weekend
Row2K: Close margins, kayakers, sunburns and beer
Row2K: Longhorns hook onto speedy field at Crew Classic
Row2K: Saturday report from Mission Bay
Row2K: Kington gets the call to coach vets
Row2K: Crew Classic highlights, numbers, lore, free rides
Row2K: Us and Canadian crews and Czech K4 to race at Crew Classic
Row2K: Crew Classic Regatta Village: sightlines, supping and shwag
Row2K: Five things I always do to prepare for a big race
Row2K: Crew Classic Sponsors and Vendors offer heap of activities
Row2K: Crew Classic 2015 community and charity activities
Row2K: New events at the 2015 Crew Classic
Row2K: Why training secrets don’t exist – or, ‘on being a wizard’
Row2K: The Ivy question
Row2K: San Diego Crew Classic to support National Rowing Foundation’s Regatta Grant Project
UT-San Diego – Hong Kong Rowers Join Field for Crew Classic
UT-San Diego – Olympic Gold Medalist Mary Whipple Discusses Coxswains at the Crew Classic
NBC – Crew Classic Hits Mission Bay
San Diego Magazine – Crew and Brew Classic
UT-San Diego – Night and Day
UT San Diego – USD Women’s Crew
UT-San Diego – USD Women’s Crew
UT-San Diego – Hong Kong Rowers
UT-San Diego – Bears Golden at Crew Classic
UT-San Diego – USD Women’s Crew Big Splash at Crew Classic
UT-San Diego – Exercise in Speed and Endurance
CREW CLASSIC NEWS:
Friday,March 31, 2017 (practice throughout the day)
Saturday and Sunday, April 1-2, 2017
Crown Point Shores on Mission Bay
Approximately 4,400 athletes from more than 125 universities, clubs and high schools from across the United States, as well as the world, participate in this legendary, premier spring regatta. Athletes, ranging in age from 14 to 84 years, compete in more than 100 races in various divisions.
The San Diego Crew Classic celebrates over four decades of rowing excellence! From its modest beginnings in 1973, the Crew Classic has matured into one of the largest regattas held primarily for eight-oared rowing shells. Today, it is a two-day, nationally acclaimed regatta for juniors, collegiate, masters and even Olympic-level competitors, set in the picturesque waters, sandy shores and green lawns of Mission Bay Park in San Diego, California. More than 25,000 spectators watch the races both from the shoreline, as well as on the popular Jumbotron on-site. San Diegans can be proud of the strong influence the regatta has had on the sport.
Against the backdrop of the San Diego skyline, spectators at the Crew Classic can enjoy music, food, an art exhibit, alumni and corporate tents, and the Sierra Nevada Beer Garden for that “feet in the sand and a beer in the hand” experience. The “Classic Brunch by the Bay” combines culinary delights with phenomenal views of the regatta. The massive Jumbotron, which offers the perfect view of the start of the races, is located just south of the Championship Stage sponsored by American Specialty Health.
With the explosive power of eight athletes, races start near the Sea World towers and pass the Ingraham Street Bridge, head North along Mission Bay for 2000 meters, and finish at Crown Point Shores — all while being cheered on by fans, families, coaches and college pep bands.
Racing is tentatively scheduled to begin at 7:20 a.m. each day. The racing action continues until about 6:00 p.m. on Saturday and about 3:30 p.m. on Sunday. The Jessop-Whittier Cup heats begin early in the morning on Saturday, followed by the Copley Cup heats. The Jessop-Whittier Cup final is set for Sunday morning, followed by the Copley Cup final.
Ticket prices for the 2017 San Diego Crew Classic are $12.00 in advance (order online at crewclassic.org) and $15.00 on the day of the event. Admission is free for active military with ID and for children under 12 years of age.
Parking is $20 per car at Crown Point Shores. There is free parking at Ski Beach, (off of Ingraham Street and across from the entrance to Paradise Point Resort), with free shuttle service to the regatta.