Don't forget, if you're planning to paddle in the PNSW Marathon Series Race 3 at Wyong on Sunday 9th April, you need to register on-line before 11:59pm on Friday 7th April - to register, go here!
If you're interested in seeing who is already signed on and racing, you can go here to check out registrations - as of Tuesday ...
Conditions on the Wyong River should be perfect for fast racing at this Sunday's round of the PNSW Marathon Series - in yesterday's club race, 5 paddlers achieved PBs and more than half the field paddled to their handicap time or better.
Don't forget, there will be no registrations accepted on the day so please register ...
Thankfully, we have not had the enormous amount of rain other unfortunate souls have had, up and down the continent! We extend our condolences to those who have suffered loss of loved ones, pets and property.
Our River was quite benign today, in comparison, though with some excitement for those in tippy craft at the ...
Just in case you don't have a copy of the 2017 race calendar, here it is again.
2017 CENTRAL COAST CANOE CLUB CALENDAR
Central Coast Canoe Club is hosting Race 3 of the PNSW Marathon Series on Sunday 9th April at Wolseley Rd, Tacoma.
Racing will be in 12 divisions covering distances of 5km, 10km, 15km and 20km on the 5km course on the sheltered, deep Wyong River. The new Turn (Yellow) and Separation (Orange) Buoys will be used for the ...
Congratulations to Central Coast Council and RMS who jointly funded the prompt removal today of the fallen tree which was a serious navigation hazard in Wyong River at Lions Park.
Well done, Team
A warm and humid evening for the Final Time Trial for the season!
But the water was near perfect - if a little discoloured!
Our faithful Timekeeper, Anne, had an extra task in sorting out wayward "Starters" but when the Elapsed Times were processed, Rob McPherson finished 1st with a PB time of 44:32! Extra-ordina...
Sunny skies and light winds greeted paddlers who made the trip to Woronora for Race 2 of the PNSW Marathon Series making a change from the recent rainy and stormy weather that seems to have gone on for so long as to become the norm. With 201 boats entered and good numbers in all Divisions, the racing was guaranteed to be ...
Eleven double craft started under overcast skies, but most finished in a downpour!
The winning team, in a Macquarie, trimmed nearly two minutes off their time set in late January. Congratulations Russell Brown and Sally Verheul from Newy Paddlers.
Charly Wellard and Guy Holloway – Double Fenn – also from Newy ...
The rain cleared away well before Start time, for a calm, sunny afternoon. Just about ideal conditions, with only a slight flow downstream in the discoloured "fresh" water. The "Top Guns"- Mick Carroll, Cam Tunbridge and the two OC1 Paddlers - who were following their rigorous training plans, which involved a couple of ...