9 Results for month: 07/2017
Very pleasant day, but a little windy on the water!
Almost opposite wind direction to normal! It was hard work heading for home on Tacoma straight!
Visiting Newy Paddlers, Sally Verheul and Russell Brown, have "upgraded" to a K2, recording an almost identical time to their last outing, here.
Cam Tunbridge in a ...
Yep - a lovely winter's day on beautiful Wyong River, with good paddling conditions!
The two "speedsters" from Avoca Kayak Club "showed us their heels" with almost record times today - Rob McIntyre and Paul Stone! Congratulations!
Member, Anne Moore, returning to form, was the first Member to greet the Timekeepers, Diana ...
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This month's edition has information on the next Coaching course and how to prepare, a report from the recent NSW Community Sports Awards which including recognition for Nick Naughton as well as info on the next round of the PNSW Marathon Series at Narrabeen.
A big thank you to Clarence and Michelle Hines from Kayak Sports and Hire for their ongoing support of the Club.
The past 2 races have seen Sally Verheul and Shannon Hile win $30 vouchers for paddle gear from Kayak Sports and Hire and this week's race will see a $50 voucher as the prize.
Rules are fairly simple, you ...
With almost no swell at the moment, there is a social paddle ( race ) from Toowoon bay to Forresters beach island and back on Saturday. Everyone with an ocean going craft / standup / ski is welcome, it's a 9 AM start and slower paddlers can get an earlier start.
Contact Aidan on 0401 575 594 for more details.
The 2017 AGM for Central Coast Canoe Club was held on July 2nd at Wyong Bowling Club.
Steve Hill was returned as President, Nick Naughton as Secretary, Anne Cowper as Treasurer, and Margaret Naughton to the Committee. Cam Tunbridge who was previously a Committee Member, is now Vice President with Mick Carroll, a former ...
I was elected to the role of President of the Club in April 2017 and I thank Marni Kay for her efforts and contribution until her resignation for personal reasons earlier this year. As a new kid on the block, having joined the Club in July 2016 after a few years break from paddling, I’m enjoying being part of a ...
The morning of the first race in our Winter Series was the coldest for a long time, but a lovely day followed!
Rob McIntire, from Avoca Kayak Club was first back, and also had fastest time. He was followed closely by Paul Stone, then Aidan Shipton, who had his best time in four years. In a return to form, Gina finished ...
There was a very cool breeze blowing as Margaret and I walked up Macquarie Street from the InterContinental Hotel to Parliament House.
Successfully clearing serious security, we made our way into the historic, and impressive, building almost hiding behind the familiar “colonial” façade.
“All the way to the ...