2019 Lake Minnetonka Open Log Rolling Tournament at James J Hill Days
Location: Key Log Rolling pools on Lake Street between Barry Ave and Manitoba Avenue in Wayzata, MN
This tournament is sanctioned by United States Aquatic Log Rolling Association (USA Log Rolling). www.usalogrolling.com
Competition is open to all ability levels. Divisions will include:
U7 Co-Ed (must be 7 or younger on January 1, 2019)
U10 Boys (must be 10 or younger on January 1, 2019)
U10 Girls (must be 10 or younger on January 1, 2019)
U13 Boys (must be 13 or younger on January 1, 2019)
U13 Girls (must be 13 or younger on January 1, 2019)
U17 Boys (must be 17 or younger on January 1, 2019)
U17 Girls (must be 17 or younger on January 1, 2019)
Open Adult Men (any age any ability)*
Open Adult Women (any age any ability)*
All divisions will compete on Saturday, September 7, 2019. Division start times will be announced and emailed to competitors on or before September 5th, 2019.
With an emphasis on providing competitive experience in a supportive and festive environment, each competitor should expect to have several matches in a round robin and/or multi-round tournament format that could include a preliminary round robin and a bracketed final round.
Training Fins will be used at the tournament director's discretion based on the ability of the least experienced roller in each match. For more information on rules and regulations, please see USA Log Rolling: http://usalogrolling.sportyhq.com/w/rules-and-regulations
Registration includes free open rolling practice on Friday night at the same venue in the Key Log Rolling pools on Lake St in Wayzata from 5pm - 7pm. Come try out Key Logs and practice with other competitors.
*New this year: The Open Adult Men's and Women's divisions will be comprised of two rounds. The first round will consist of all abilities (beginner thru elite) competing together, round-robin-style. Based on the results from the first round, the competitors will be divided into two separate divisions for the second round. Awards will be given to each division. Here's why we're excited about all adult log rollers competing together:
1. New and aspiring adult log rollers will have a chance to compete against and gain experience from elite log rollers.
2. All abilities rolling together will create a larger and more diverse adult field, with the goal of encouraging those who have been "out of the game" to come back and compete in a fun and friendly atmosphere!
3. This is a chance for elite log rollers to experiment with techniques and maneuvers, post competitive season.
We are looking for volunteers to help make this event go smoothly. If you'd like to help with our gratitude, please sign up here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/409054DADAF2BABFC1-volunteer
We look forward to seeing you there!
Minneapolis Log Rolling Club + Key Log Rolling
U-10 Boys FinalUnpublished
U-10 Girls FinalUnpublished
U13 Boys FinalUnpublished
U13 Girls FinalUnpublished
U17 Boys FinalUnpublished
U17 Girls FinalUnpublished
Open Adult Men (all levels) FinalUnpublished
Open Adult Women (all levels) RRUnpublished
U10 Co-Ed prelimUnpublished
U7 Co Ed Single Elim FinalUnpublished
U7 Co-Ed Prelim RR AUnpublished
U7 Co-Ed Prelim RR BUnpublished
Women's Adult Sport FinalUnpublished
Women's Elite FinalUnpublished
Wayzata, Minnesota 55391
This is a USA Log Rolling sanctioned event.