Lancelin Ocean Classic 2017 - Open for Entries
Entries open for Lancelin Ocean Classic, 12 – 15 January 2017
LANCELIN OCEAN CLASSIC 2017
Events include: Windsurfing, Kitesurfing Marathon and Ocean Paddle
Entries are now open for the Lancelin Ocean Classic, held next year 12 – 15 January 2017. The event will be held over four massive days and includes two windsurfing events (wave sailing and marathon), kitesurfing events (waves and marathon) as well as an ocean paddling event. Those entering the marathon will receive a 20% discount on the entry fee of any non-marathon events when they enter online.
The Lancelin Ocean Classic is one of the world’s best known water sports championships, supported by Tourism Western Australia and held in one of Western Australia’s most beautiful coastal pockets. Picturesque and windy Lancelin is the ideal location for the event attracting contestants from all around the globe and cementing the town’s status as one of the best windsurfing and kite surfing destinations. The four-day event will bring together professionals and amateurs who will fight it out for supremacy and a competitive prize pool.
Following from the success of last year, windsurfers and kitesurfers will complete the same 25km marathon course, together on the Saturday, with Sunday being our reserve day. This is the second year in the long history of the event that the windsurfers and kitesurfers will be competing on the same course, following growing demand from athletes. This will make it a huge day for competitors and an exciting day for spectators.
Head to: lancelinoceanclassic.com.au to enter now and find out more about the event.
With thanks to all of our event sponsors and the Shire Gingin for making this fantastic event is possible.
ABOUT THE LANCELIN OCEAN CLASSIC
The thrilling Lancelin Ocean Classic, Australia’s longest running windsurfing event, has been held for over 30 years, and combines competitive windsurfing, kitesurfing and jet ski events. The headline 25km Ledge Point to Lancelin Windsurfing Marathon currently holds the Guinness World Record for Longest windsurfing race and attracts more than 300 competitors from all over the world.