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ASRL Open 2018
We said we would't run from surf and we didn't BUT boy what a weekend and that is due to many people holding hands and working hard to keep everything rolling along!
Our Referee Tamara Brawn and Sectionals Peter van Duren and Bobo White lead a great team of Officials who to the last one we owe a huge vote of thanks. The girls and ladies in the Bunker doing the draws didn't see the sun for 3 days which is an amazing effort and the pressure they are under has to be witnessed to understand.
Our Water Safety IRB Crews led by Peter Burst were tireless and the Safety Response Team led by Joel Wiseman did a great job in the way they monitored and communicated during the three days.
The Elouera Surf Club and their band of workers didn't stop for the duration. The Sutherland Shire Council and Staff were wonderful to work with and the Shire Lifeguards, you are a great team of professionals. Not just in the way you assisted us in decision making but your rescue skill out on the water is first class. Thanks to all those who assisted and competed, creating such a great weekend for all.
Full Results will be posted here very shortly! In the meantime, for your viewing pleasure we have posted nearly 6.5 hours of the Live Stream of Day 3 in HD and without interuption below.
You can visit our ASRL YouTube Channel for more footage from the weekend racing by clicking HERE
Team Navy and the Australian Surf Rowers League are giving YOU the chance to win a Navy experience in your state.
This could be anything from having a look at submarines, simulator experiences, ships, boats, crafts, aircraft ... the opportunities with Navy are endless and Team Navy will be offering an experience for a crew PER STATE!
Click HERE for all the information you need to know. Competition closes 2 February, 2018!
The ASRL Committee has just released Newsletter No. 73. It contains important information regarding the recent AGM outcomes and the latest Survey Results. If you haven't already received the Newsletter in your Inbox, you can download a copy from our document repository HERE. If you haven't already subcribed to the ASRL Newsletter and could like to, please click HERE
ASRL 2017 AGM to be held Saturday, 22 July, 2017 at 10:00 am. Location: Brighton Surf Life Saving Club, 147 The Esplanade, Brighton, SA. For full details and Committee Nomination Forms - click HERE
The ASRL has just completed a nationally attended Forum where the barriers to joining and remaining in the sport of Surf Lifesaving and the effect of another cancelled Aussies were well debated.
As a result of this Forum the ASRL has submitted a letter to the Board of SLSA requesting their urgent attention and change. To view the submission and read more, click HERE
The ASRL Committee has released Newsletter #70 for March 2017 which contains news on ASRL Open, ASRL National Short Course Championship, ASRL AGM, ASRL Committee changes, National Pointscore Leaders and a Report of Trip to Represent Australia! All rowers are encouraged to have a good read. You can access the Newsletter by clicking HERE
The ASRL Committee have updated information, providing everything you need to know about this weekends ASRL Open 2017 at Shellharbour (Friday 17 to Sunday 19 February)
LIVE VIDEO STREAMING OF THE WEEKENDS EVENTS ARE ALSO AVAILAbLE, COMMENCING FRIDAY AFTERNOON (Friday 17th February 3:45pm - 6:00pm - NSW time)
Carnival Information is now available. Please click HERE to view the details
OMANU Surf Club in New Zealand are seeking the use of an old boat trailer from the land of Aus. to transport a new surf boat to NZ from Sydney.
They have a new DKG coming from Sydney in February/March and require a throw-away boat trailer just to get the boat onto the ship and over to NZ, so they don't have to build cradles etc.
It can literally be a surplus trailer that a club wants to get rid of.
If you or your surf club can assist and simply want to get rid of an old trailer then please contact the OMANU surf club contact listed below.
Omanu Surf Club Contact is: Ronald Dobbs Ph: +64 272 010 266 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Crews should note the final program change for the Nth Cronulla event with 117 crew entries. Racing must be kept tight, event start time achieved and tight turnaround times met for us to fit in a day of good racing.
All draws will be set up on Friday based on this program and hopefully only needing to make minor adjustments after check in on Sat.
Crews should note the three Block check in times and also note that no time in the program exists to stop racing for crew warm ups before your event. U23 crews should also make themselves aware of their new check-in time:
The time slots for report are going to be:
• Open crews sign in at 7.30, gun at 8 no later
• U23 crews report in at 9.30
• U19 and reserve crews report in at 11.30
This has each block on the beach ready to race before their time slot.
Note also that some surf is predicted so as always program changes may be necessary. Racing in all divisions will start with Point Score rounds. Final division program will be detailed at check-in.