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SLSA Cancels 2020 Australian Championships due to COVID-19

The Council of Australian Governments (COAG) meeting today advised against holding non-essential, organised public gatherings of more than 500 people. In light of this advice, Surf Life Saving Australia is cancelling the 2020 Australian Surf Life Saving Championships. The annual championships were due to be held on the Gold Coast in Queensland from April 18-26, with over 6,000 competitors and thousands more family, friends and spectators expected to attend the event. “We have been monitoring the situation closely and adhering to the advice of the Federal Government and other relevant authorities since the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus,” said SLSA President Graham Ford AM. “Following the updated information and advice today from the Federal Government, and in consideration of our…

ASRL Open 2020 - RESULTS

On behalf of the ASRL Committee and Carnival Referee Tamara Brawn we would like to thank everyone for their support of 2020 ASRL Open. Our officials were amazing, the work party excellent and the water safety crew outstanding. Below are the results from Saturday and Sunday. Thank you to the following supporters of this eventTeam NavyDestination NSWSurf Life Saving AustraliaShoalhaven City CouncilMollymook Surf Life Saving Club Inc.SATURDAY FINALSU19 FEMALE (note equal 2nd placing)1 Mona Vale Drifters2 South Port Stormies2 City of Perth City Five4 Somerton Stormers5 South Curl Curl Bumps and Humps6 St Kilda SalamandersU19 MALE1 Northcliffe Tornadoes2 Queenscliffe Blue Car Keys3 Palm Beach (NSW) Possums4 South Curl Curl Underdogs5 North Cronulla Bung Holes6 Currumbin MeerkatsU23 FEMALE1 North Cronulla Funkys2…

2020 ASRL Open - Mollymook Confirmed as Host Venue

ASRL Statement - 17 January 2020 As previously noted your ASRL Committee have been in contact with all the stakeholders re the suitability of Mollymook hosting Team Navy ASRL Open since bushfires devastated parts of the NSW South Coast. We have now received written confirmation from the RFS and Shoalhaven City Council letting us know that Mollymook is the preferred venue for the Open. However, we are currently updating a final safety plan in consultation with local authorities, and we expect this to be completed in the next 72 hours. This is encouraging news and we ask boaties from across Australia to attend the Open and support the local area by bringing the economic impact to the region that comes…

2020 ASRL Open - Mollymook Update

ASRL Statement - 6 January 2020 We have all seen the devastation which is currently occurring around the country by bush fires. Our thoughts are with all those affected by these fires and especially our members who have been directly impacted. Many of us on the George Bass Surfboat Marathon witnessed first hand what effect these fires can have. With the Team Navy ASRL Open being held at Mollymook in approximately 5 weeks time the ASRL is aware of the situation in that area. We are in contact with all stakeholders including the RFS and local authorities. We are currently talking and listening, taking advise as the situation develops. Our strong intention is to hold the Open as currently planned…

2020 Aussies - Program for Surf Boats

Surf Life Saving Australia have released the program for #aussies2020Please note;* The surf boat referee will advise the morning of competition, the order of events* Please use this as a GUIDE ONLY, please check with the surf boat referee frequently throughout each competition day for any changes to the timetable below* Continue to monitor the SLSA members portal for updates* Please contact SLSA for further questions if you have anyMonday 20 AprilAll Masters events, start to finishTuesday 21 AprilOpen Male and Open Female Short Course, start to finishWednesday 22 AprilRounds for Reserve Male, Reserve Female, Under 23 Male and Under 23 FemaleLifesaver Relay heatsThursday 23 AprilRounds for Open Male, Open Female, Under 19 Male and Under 19 FemaleLifesaver Relay Semi FinalsFriday 24…

2020 ASRL OPEN ORDER OF EVENTS AND ENTRY INFORMATION

The ASRL Committee and Event Referee Tamara Brawn have confirmed that the order of racing for 2020 ASRL Open is the SAME AS PREVIOUS YEARS!FRIDAY 14 FEBRUARYAM - Masters rounds to finalsLate morning - Reserve Male and Reserve FemaleMid afternoon - InterstatesSATURDAY 15 FEBRUARYAM - Under 19 Male, Under 19 Female and Under 23 FemaleLate morning - Open Male, Open Female and Under 23 Male3 x rounds of Tran Tasman (AUS v NZ) throughout the daySUNDAY 16 FEBRUARYAll categories elimination and finalsPLEASE NOTE - Confirmed block times will be made available closer to the event.Entries are NOW open! https://carnival.sls.com.au/ and entries close 2 February.Any questions please email the 2020 ASRL Open designated email address - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

AUSTRALIAN SURF BOAT TEAM ATHLETE AND TEAM MANAGEMENT NOMINATION INFORMATION

Each year Surf Life Saving Australia and Surf Life Saving New Zealand select an Open Male, Open Female, U23 Development Male & U23 Development Female surf boat crews to represent their country in the annual Trans-Tasman Surf Boat Test Series. The 2020 Trans-Tasman Surf Boat Test Series will be held on Saturday 15th February at Mollymook Beach, NSW with the 3-test series to be run alongside the ASRL Open program. Crews selected to represent their country will not appear on the normal ASRL Open program in their respective division until Sunday’s racing. To be considered for selection crews must nominate through the below link and attend the Australian Surf Boat Team selection event at North Cronulla on 15th December 2019.…

2020 ASRL Open - New Location, Same Great Event!

Australia's Premier Surf Boat Event Heads to New Location Australia’s premier surf boat event will be heading to a new location in 2020, bringing over 3000 competitors, supporters and event officials to the region.The 2020 Australian Surf Rowers League (ASRL) Open will be held at Mollymook Beach from 14 – 16 February 2020 and with almost 350 crews from 86 clubs competing at the 2019 event, thousands of surf life savers from far and wide will head to Mollymook for three days of exhilarating surf boat racing.It is the biggest stand-alone surf boat racing event in Australia with divisions of surf boat racing being contested including Open Male, Open Female, Reserve Male, Reserve Female, Under 23 Male, Under 23 Female,…
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