Paddle Race

Event Information

Event / Entry Fee

Stand Up Paddle Board (Male) / $10.00
Stand Up Paddle Board (Female) / $10.00
Surf Ski (Male) / $10.00
Surf Ski (Female) / $10.00
Kayak (Male) / $10.00
Kayak (Female) / $10.00

Age Code / Description

00        Open

Co-ordinators

Sergeant Brian Bourke
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Senior Constable Deidre Musgrave

Description

This is an open event. The event will be conducted on the Barwon River, St. Albans Park. (Just south of Geelong) The event is a paddle race starting from the Geelong Water Ski Club upriver to Goat Island, then back down river 300 metres past the club then upriver again and finishing in front of the water ski club. Approximately 5k’s in distance. All competitors are to meet at the Geelong Water Ski Club which is situated at the end of Wilsons Road at 0830hrs on Friday 19th March 2021 for check in. (Melways 466 H6) All participants will be timed manually and will be allocated a race number upon check in. Final instructions and an information briefing concerning the event will be held at approximately 0900hrs.

All competitors must wear lifesaving jackets. The location of the event will be subject to change depending on area weather.

Venue, Date and Time

Barwon River, St Albans Park at Geelong Water Ski Club, Melways, 466 H6

Friday 19 March 2021, Time 0830hrs.

Facilities

Facilities located at Geelong Water Ski Club

Teams

No further information.

Entry Form Information

No further information.

A COVID Safe Plan will be implemented for this event.

 

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