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What Do All The Colours Mean?

The various colours represent how fast (and therefore how dangerous) the stream is on the stretch.  If the flag is grey then this shows that the flag is not currently being updated.  The colours of the flags also dictate which OURCs rules are active on the stretch though it is important that all crews make their own individual risk assessment before starting an outing.

Green Flag No restrictions
Blue Flag No novice coxes
Amber Flag Senior crews only
Red Flag  No crews allowed
Grey Flag  Flag not currently been maintained

Keeping Up-To-Date

There's lots of different ways to keep up to date on the latest conditions on the Isis and Godstow stretches.