DUKE'S WATERMAN CENTENARY PADDLES
A Celebration Participation / Heritage Paddle and Races
across all skill levels and board disciplines
On the morning 10 January 2015 the Freshwater Surfing Community will be celebrating the 100 year anniversary of the Duke Kahanamoku Surfing at Freshwater Beach.
There will be many local and Hawaiian Surfing Celebrities providing surfing and swimming displays over the course the event, however, the DUKE'S WATERMAN CENTENARY PADDLE EVENTS will be your opportunity to celebrate the Duke.
This event will compromise of two paddles/races and their start times will enable participants to paddle in both events:
1. A BOP short or long course paddle - in and out of the surf and
around the designated course in Freshwater Bay
Short: 2km for recreational Aloha racers starting outside the break
Long: 5km for serious Duke racers
2. World Surfing Reserve course - a 5km race around the beautiful
and historic Freshwater- Manly World Surfing Reserve.
Full details of these courses are below
As it is a watermans challenge, it's open to a wide variety of craft:
PRIZES ON THE DAY:
A paddle board is being provided as the major prize for these races and will be part of a prize draw that all competitors will receive raffle tickets for on the day after online registration.
Race winners will be given extra tickets in the prize draw, with further prizes to be announced.
Register online now by clicking 'REGISTER NOW' button
7.00am - Check in to collect your Rash vest & raffle ticket
7.30am - Freshwater Bay Short & Long Course
8.30am - World Surfing Reserve Course
Event Entry Fee
$20 - one race
$30 - both races
In the tradition of Duke’s Day this event will be in the true spirit of Aloha and all are encouraged to come along no matter your level of skill, it's about participation and the soul of surfing.
Event Rules and safety requirements
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