Archive for month: October, 2016

crc-trailer

SOLD. SOLD. SOLD.

New tires and breaks fitted 2014.

Please email captain@canberrarowingclub.org.au

$500 ONO

Boats not included

The Disher Cup Regatta will be held tomorrow between 8:00 AM and 9:30 AM. The course runs from Kingston Foreshore to Regatta Point.

Crews will be taking the shortest course possible. Rowers and coaches not involved in this regatta are asked that they show respect to competitors by keeping clear of the course for the event duration.

Thank you in advance for supporting this event.

Rowing ACT.

CGGS will be conducting a selection time trial over the winter time trial course on Wednesday morning, 19 October, with first boat starting at 7:00am; there will be approximately 20 small boats in the trial. There will be a CGGS marshal/safety boat stationed around the 1800m start line, Weston Park pontoons and the ‘big bend’.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and ask for wash to be kept at a minimum for this short period.

There will also be 3 – 4 selection races held on the course on Friday 21 October. We will work around all other course users as best we can, but ask for consideration to be given to those racing.

Dafydd Gwynn-Jones – CGGS Rowing Master.

The water police carried out coach boat checks this morning in and around Yarralumla Bay. A number of coaches were found to not be carrying their licenses with them.

Reminder – Licenses: Powerboat drivers must carry their boat license with them at all times whilst operating the vessel.

Reminder – Safety Equipment: All powerboats must carry the prescribed minimum safety equipment (paddles, bailing bucket, anchor/rope/chain, torch, sufficient PFD’s and extinguisher. It is the responsibility of the driver to ensure that the equipment is both present and in a serviceable condition.

Safety boats must carry sufficient approved PFD’s for the crew on board the safety boat. For rowing coaches, best practice suggests a safety boat should carry additional flotation to assist occupants of the coached vessel as well.

Ex-AIS Sykes Honeycomb Carbon Single Scull in excellent condition for sale.

Boat Number 5246, Manufactured for the AIS in 2010 using Mould 30 to suit rower weight 95kgs. Comes with anodised alloy wing rigger, back arms, and New Wave size 15 shoes. Impeller fitted and GoPro mount installed. AIS stickers remain on the boat, but are removable if this is preferred.

This is a great boat for the relative newcomer to rowing and the elite competitor alike, and was previously rowed to a national championship when it was at the AIS. Purchased in late 2012 and only used a handful of times since then.

Boat is currently stored at SUBC Sheds at Huntleys Point (Gladesville) in Sydney. $6750 ono.

You’re Invited …

Capital Lakes Rowing Club invite all ACT Rowers and their families to attend a Rowing Stretching Workshop conducted by accredited Posture and Flexibility Teachers, Karen Caldwell and Markus Zellner.

Stretching is traditionally an undervalued component of sports training. Understanding the principles of stretching means that a small amount of weekly stretching will improve your posture, allowing you to row more efficiently and lengthen your rowing career.   All money raised is being donated to Capital Lakes Rowing Club to assist with the construction of the new clubhouse at Grevillea Park.

When

Friday 21st October

6:30pm-8:00pm

Where
Weston Creek Community Centre Hall
Parkinson Street, Weston

What to bring
Please wear clothing that does not restrict movement and bring a stretching/yoga mat if you have one.  We will have plenty of spares if you don’t.

Cost

$15 per person

RSVP

by Wednesday, 19th October

to Karen – karen@stretchability.com.au or 0406 886 330
Minimum and maximum numbers apply

Benefits of Stretching

  • get in and out of your boat more smoothly
  • sit upright with more comfort
  • look behind with ease
  • boost your performance
  • self-manage post row aches
  • enjoy rowing more

See attached flyer and please pass on to any other rowers and their family members who may be interested.
Learn some useful stretches, have some fun and support Canberra’s rowing community at the same time!

Following the Col Panton Marathon there will be a presentation of the WTT Series Point Score Winners, the Col Panton trophies and Head of the Molonglo medals.

A list of WTT Series Point Score winners can be found HERE.

The Head of the Molonglo medal winners were the fastest boat in each category. See the results HERE.

We will also be recognizing our World U23 Champions Luke Letcher and Caleb Antill.

Location: Black Mountain Rowing Club, Rusty Roberston Place ACTON

Time: Breakfast from 10:00AM – Presentation from 10:30AM

Cost (Breakfast): $4.00 cash

Dress: Rowing

Thanks must go to Black Mountain Rowing Club for generously hosting this function.