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Meet the ASRL Committee....

The ASRL Committee would like to advise that while in Perth they would love to talk to as many people that are interested about any issue confronting our sport or issues you think can improve the sport.

We will pick a time on both Friday and Saturday and have a call put across the Boat Area PA as to where committee members will be so you can simply stroll up and talk to us because like always we are always open to hear your opinion on a range of issues.

No one will have escaped the debate on safety and PPE. By the time you all arrive in Perth we will have held a meeting with the SLSA Board and hopefully have a clear picture of the road ahead. This is a very complex issue that we believe still requires work. We are well armed to debate the total merits of all safety issues with a SLSA Board who have opened the doors for us. Don't believe for one minute that the Board decision has been made with anything but the safety of its members at heart so they are as keen as any of us to have a comprehensive end result. That doesn't mean that we have to or do agree with every aspect of the current policy nor that we can't run an argument to change aspects of it.

Under the headline "Comprehensive" we are suggesting some pretty big step additions to the overall safety in our sport. This will include the Bond Safety Matrix that we have been supporting in development for the last 12 months and a complete new look at Sweep Accreditation. We are keen to listen to your thoughts on all this because if we are successful at the Board meeting we will need to consult widely in formulating the next step.

If you have the time you are very welcome to come talk to your committee so hopefully everyone goes home that little bit wiser.

Committee ASRL

Our ASRL Survey - Official Winners

Win a GoPro!

Thank you to all 322 people who supported our survey call from Destination NSW to research activities at the Navy Australian Surf Rowers League Open in Newcastle. The survey closed off Sunday 9th March at midnight and the lucky draw took place at the officers of Destination NSW on Monday morning!

The first three respondents randomly drawn each won one GoPro HERO3+ Black Edition camera.

Congratulations, the official winners are:

  • Dean Lewsam
  • Kate Munro
  • Alan Griffiths

The ASRL would like your opinion...

From the ASRL Committee to those Members and spectators who attended the recent 2014 Navy Australian Surf Rowers League Open at Newcastle.  Thank you for attending and supporting the 2014 Navy Australian Surf Rowers League Open in Newcastle. We hope you had a great time and enjoyed one of our best run ASRL events ever.

Destination NSW and the ASRL would like to know more about your experience at this year's event. Please click on the following link to complete a short 8-10 minute survey.

Click here to Complete the Survey Now

Win a GoPro!As a thank you, all fully completed surveys will enter the draw where 3 people will win one of the 3 GoPro Hero3+ Black Edition cameras on offer from the ASRL! Good luck.....

This survey will close Sunday March 9 so to be in the draw please register now, winners to be announced on ASRL website Tuesday 11th at 12noon!

Navy-ASRL 2012 Australian Open

Navy-ASRL OpenThe Navy-ASRL Australian Open 2012 is all set to run at Stockton Beach, New South Wales, over the 10th, 11th & 12th of February, 2012.

Entries to the event closed on Friday, 20 January, with late entries (fee applies) being accepted up until Friday, 27 Jan.  As the start date is rapidly approaching, the ASRL Committee and the Hunter Branch will endeavour to keep members up to date with important information relating to the event.

You can view the latest event information and updates by visiting our forum pages here.  We will keep the information updated as more comes to hand.  See you all on the beach.

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