The USRowing National Championships is an annual national championship contest in the sport of rowing hosted by the United States Rowing Association. The 2019 regatta was held over six days on Harsha Lake, Ohio, with events for elite, intermediate, youth, and pararowing athletes in a wide range of boat classes. The 2020 regatta was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
As early as 1999, the USRA held separate "Club National Championships" ("Club Nats") and National Championships events. The National Championships was called "Elite National Championships" starting in 2007. Club Nationals was intended for youth, intermediate, and senior level athletes, while Elite Nationals was intended for elite athletes. Elite level events were added to Club Nationals in 2016 and the Elite Championships event was eliminated, The name of the regatta was changed to "National Championships" in 2019 to reflect the inclusion of elite events.
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- USRowing National Championship historical results
- USRowing National Championships 2019 entry packet