Entries are now open for the JPP Buoy Turn Challenge to be held on Narrabeen Lagoon on June 2.
The day will consist of two races. An 11km marathon covering much of the middle and western parts of the lagoon and encompassing some 32 buoy turns. There will also be a shorter 5km race. Racing will start at 10am, allowing paddlers from Canberra, Coffs, Newcastle and the Central Coast plenty of time to arrive and get organised. There's plenty of divisions on offer also from under 18's through to over 60's.
The day aims to raise funds for Emerge Australia, the foundation supporting patients who suffer from Myalgic Encephalomyelitis.
It's also the last race of the Sydney Paddle Surfing Club's race series so competition will be fierce out on the water.
With sponsors like Bridgey's Earth Moving, Fanatic SUP, EnviroManage Systems, Jamieson Park Paddle, Vaikobi, VMG Fins, Casey clothing and WindSurfNsnow the event will be a great success.
The day will be topped off by a free BBQ for competitors and a prize giving with special trophies and some great give aways.
Enter now on www.webscorer.com/register?raceid=180350&owner=1
For regular updates on the race follow NSW SUP Downwind and Race on face Book.
JPP BUOY TURN CHALLENGE.
KIDS UNDER 18 paddle free.
Children entering the 5km race at the JPP BUOY TURN CHALLENGE are able to enter on the morning of the race for free. Just come down to Jamieson Park Paddle from 8am on the morning of the race, get Dad or Mum to fill out your entry form and collect your race pack.
Race details are being posted on Face Book on the following pages.
NSW SUP Downwind and Race
Sydney SUP Downwind.