The CPGA (who now owns and runs www.GigRower.co.uk) have agreed that the GigRower team will provide a live stream of the racing. This is only possible thanks to the continued financial support from St Austell Brewery, who sponsor both the event, and CPGA as a registered charity.
We will be covering all the races on the Sunday, from the Quarter Finals to the Big showdown itself bringing the results and races LIVE to your mobile device or computer.
LIVE VIDEO ONBOARD YOUR GIG
Using our WiFi hotspot we can pick up a live feed from your gig. We have a pole which clamps on the seat behind your cox or on your pilot seat, on the top is a bracket for an iPhone. We can use your iPhone or lend you one, all you need to do is install Switcher Studio and then start the camera and we can pick up your feed.
See example here of Caradon A at Dartmouth.
If you are happy to have a camera on your gig please contact us at email@example.com
We once again need your help for our commentators – we want to know what crew you are and your story. To help please follow this Google form to help us really tell the background of your crew and identify you.
Click here: CREW PROFILE
ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS WITH A VIDEO ADVERT
We are able to pull video adverts into the live feed before and after races. If you would like to advertise your business in the live streaming video which will be watched by tens of thousands of people during and after the championships then email: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can see a video advert example that the GigRower team did for St Austell here
NEWQUAY RUN DOWN
Boats arriving Saturday need to arrive by 8am at the latest, we will have people down the harbour from 7.15-30am
Coxswains/umpire meeting 8.30am on the balcony of the club house.
1st Race 9.15am. Newquay have 106 crews entered so crews must be on the start line prompt.
Loaning boats will have seats left in to help speed the change over, so the event runs smoothly. All clubs must provide their own pins, lifejackets and radios. All coxswains must wear the life jacket.
Sunday; Races will start approximately 9.15-30am. This will be confirmed on Saturday, Quarter/Semis and Finals.
A BIG THANK YOU
Specific thanks go to:
- Steve Lock & Penny Chuter Who will be providing the commentary
- Steve Strachan: From South West Sky Visions who will be flying the drones
- Chris from Atalantic Diving: For providing the video boat – Visit here for their website Atlantic Diver
- Tom Larkin: For being the on board go-to man
- Andy Harris: Photographer Extraordinaire
- Toby Budd: To organise the riff raff!