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ASRL Australian Open 2008 - Order of Events & North/South Team Area Allocations

ORDER OF EVENTS - HOG'S BREATH ASRL AUSTRALIAN OPEN 2008:  FRIDAY 8th February 12.00 noon -  Masters Competitions   4.30 pm -    Brazilian Boys (entertainment)   5.00 pm-     Novice Junior Race   6.00 pm -    Interstate Challenge Series    SATURDAY 9th February   7.00 am - ROUND ROBIN RACING   Reserve Grade followed by U23 Women & U23 Men   Afternoon Session - ROUND ROBIN RACING   U19 followed by Open Women & Open Men   SUNDAY 10th February    All Divisions should be down to 16 crews for the Finals series   7.00 am start for Finals Series   Eliminations - Reserves, 23W, 23M,19's, O/Women & O/Men  Below is a listing of all ASRL Australian Open 2008 competing teams…

Navy George Bass Marathon - Final Overall Results

Batemans Bay Surf Life Saving Club and the Woolamai Beach Surf Club have overcome extreme weather conditions to come out on top of the Navy George Bass Surf Boat Marathon. In what has been a trying week, rowers have faced severe surf conditions, huge winds and over came hypothermia, injuries and rescues to successfully complete the toughest ever George Bass Marathon. Batemans Bay faced fierce competition from Bulli, the Canberra Vikings and Tasmanian based Burnie who were all in contention for first place today. Bulli held the lead for much of the race only to be pipped at the post by Batemans Bay. Bulli, the Canberra Vikings and Burnie were left to battle for the remaining two place positions. In…

Ocean Thunder 07/08 - Carnage Preview

Filmed at Ocean Thunder 07/08 - Round 2, Dee Why on 15th December, 2007, this clip is an early cut of just some of the action to be televised on Fox Sports.  Visit Ocean Thunder's site for further event details. (2 mins) 
click on the play button to start the video Thanks to The Rad for the YouTube link  FOX SPORTS viewing times: Channel Date Time Day Round No FOX2 10/03/2008 3:00 PM Monday 3 FOX1 11/03/2008 9:00 AM Monday 3 FOX3 21/03/2008 1:00 AM Thursday 1 FOX3 21/03/2008 2:00 AM Thursday 2 FOX3 21/03/2008 3:00 AM Thursday 3 FOX3 03/04/2008 6:30 PM Thursday 4 FOX1 07/04/2008 11:00 PM Monday 4 FOX2 09/04/2008 6:00 AM Tuesday 4 FOX2 10/04/2008 1:00…

Navy George Bass Marathon - Results Day 1

The Navy George Bass Surf Boat Marathon has kicked off with a flying start in Batemans Bay on Sunday morning. More than 1500 people crowded jetties, the bridge and shoreline to watch the 15th George Bass Marathon kick off. This year’s marathon is set to make history, with men and women crews competing in every single leg of the 180km event. Female competitors from North Steyne, Woolamai, Moruya, Canberra, Broulee, Woolamai/Bilgola, Bermagui took to the water in the first leg from Batemans Bay to Moruya. There was some very close racing in the open men’s division with crews from Tathra, Narooma, Pambula, Canberra, Bulli, Burnie (Tasmania), Port Kembla, Broulee, North Steyne, Batemans Bay and Moruya battling it out.

Vale - Bill "Woofa" Barnett

It is with deep regret and sadness that the ASRL advises it members and the public on the passing of esteemed Life Member and mate to all, Bill "Woofa" Barnett, at Mona Vale on early Friday morning, 21.12.2007.  Woofa was 78 years and much loved and admired by all who had the pleasure of meeting him.  He will be sorely missed, a great loss to the world of surf boats and rowing. Woofa's Ashes Scattering  10.00am Monday 28th January, 2008 Australia Day Holiday Woofa’s family and representatives of North Narrabeen SLSC have decided on the Australia Day Holiday (Nationally) 28th January for his ashes scattering and celebration of a wonderful era in surfboats. Factors had to be considered in choosing this date…

Ocean Thunder Round 2 Results

Jack Patison’s defending series champions, Ego Platinum Austinmer, are sitting pretty on top of the Evive Ocean Thunder Pro Surf Boat Series pointscore after a spectacular round two at Dee Why on Saturday.   Austinmer (pictured left) finished fourth in the double-race final behind Skilled Avoca, Your Style North Curl Curl and e-Go Pacific Palms.   But consistency is the name of the game and after the smaller conditions of round one and the testing two-metre surf which greeted the crews in round two on Saturday, the “Austi” boys are on top. 
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