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ASRL Noticeboard

Quick ASRL updates, important news, what's going on, where to be and anything else you need to know about Surf Rowing!

National Team Event 2020

We are proud to announce that the National Team Selection Event will be held at TUGUN in Queensland.

With that announcement, it is also important to note that today the Queensland Premier announced the closure of the Queensland border with NSW.

19 weeks out from the event at the ASRL are still planning on running as planned.

SLSA are in contact with SLSNZ and both parties are keen to see the Test Match proceed in February, even if this means being flexible around dates and locations of both the National Team Selection Event and the Test Match (currently the Selection Event is scheduled for 12 December 2020).

The above said the restrictions around Covid-19 will have an impact on such events.

We will provide an update to the membership on the 1st day of each month.

Watch this space.

Photo credit - Malcolm Trees, 2020 ASRL Open.

CLICK HERE TO FOLLOW THE OFFICIAL FACEBOOK EVENT

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Stephen GrayThe ASRL are proud to announce that STEPHEN GRAY is the latest member to receive ASRL Life Membership.

Stephen received his Life Membership at 2020 ASRL Annual General Meeting on 27 June 2020.

You can read more about Stephen and his contribution to Surf Rowing by clicking HERE

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Don The ASRL would like to say THANK YOU to Don 'Bristles' Alexander, who has chosen not to renominate for the position of ASRL Treasurer.

Thank you for all that you’ve contributed to within the ASRL / Life Saving and surf rowing. It will certainly not be forgotten.

You can read more about Don and his incredible contribution to the ASRL and Surf Rowing in general by clicking HERE

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ASRL Annual Report 2019-2020The 2019/20 ASRL Annual Report is now available to members and Interested parties.

The Annual Report can downloaded by clicking HERE

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ASRL Tender InviteInvitation to Tender For Content Production and Distribution of Australian Surf Rowers League
National Surf Boat Events

Australian Surf Rowers League (ASRL) is looking to engage an agency/individual to assist in content production and distribution for its national surf boat events.
The ASRL is responsible for running two events each year.

The tender document can be viewed by clicking HERE

Submissions due 17 July 2020.

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agm notificationDue to the COVID‑19 pandemic the 2020 Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be a virtual/hybrid meeting.  Only the President, Michael Brooks, Treasurer, Don Alexander and Vice President, Edwina Wright will be at the meeting venue.  All current Financial Members, Life Members and Hall of Fame Members will be provided with a link to enter the meeting, which will be live streamed on Zoom.  

We do have five constitutional changes that require a vote and one nomination for Life Membership.  The constitutional changes will be put on the ASRL Web Site to allow any discussion that members may require prior to voting.

Voting will open for these at 10.00 am on Wednesday, 10 June and close at the conclusion of discussion of these items on Saturday, 27 June.  All members will receive an email providing a unique link for access to the vote, controlled by our webmaster Perry Brennan.  Members will be asked for a simple yes or no.  Constitutional changes require a 75% acceptance and the Life Membership requires a simple majority. 

TO READ THE FULL AGENDA, INCLUDING THE PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGES - CLICK HERE

YOU CAN ALSO DISCUSS THE PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGES ON THE FORUM BY CLICKING HERE

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vale zom

With greatest of sadness we wish to inform you all of the passing of Graeme James Knox, AKA The Zom peacefully in his sleep on Wednesday 27th May after a tragically Short battle with Cancer.

Zom was a Giant in the Sport of Surfboat Rowing both here and abroad, leaving a legacy of positive change to Racing we as Rowers enjoy to this day.

Zom Loved his family and his extended family of Boaties all over the World. In recent times Zom had made the microphone “his Own” as one of our Sport’s Premier Boat Race Commentators’ across all levels of Competition.

TO READ MORE ABOUT 'THE ZOM' AND HIS LEGACY TO SURF ROWING, PLEASE CLICK HERE

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agm notificationNOTICE OF 2020 AGM

DATE: 27 JUNE 2020
TIME: 10.00am AEST
LOCATION: Virtual AGM (100% online)

* An open forum for all members will follow the AGM * 
Due to the current health emergency in Australia with the COVID‑19 and the restrictions in place for close proximity, we will be holding a Hybrid (physical location) and Virtual (online facilities) AGM. Our Constitution under “Objects” says that we must “(b) act at all times on behalf of and to represent the interests of the Members and surf rowing throughout Australia and worldwide”. Australian Securities and Investments Commission also has some guidelines on this subject in support of the Hybrid and Virtual AGM during this health emergency in Australia. The electronic vote will be available as required to undertake the business of the meeting.

Call for ASRL Committee Nominations:
In accordance with the ASRL Constitution clause 20, the ASRL Committee hereby calls for nominations for Treasurer and 3 Vice-Presidents. These positions are currently held by Don Alexander – Treasurer, Nick Sampson, Edwina Wright and Rod Costa - Vice-Presidents.

Continuing in their current positions for a further 12 months are Michael Brooks - President, Natasha Tunney - Secretary and Don Cotterill, Grant Wilkinson and Geoff Wilson - Vice-Presidents.

Nominations must be made in writing, signed by 2 current ASRL Members and accompanied by the nominee’s written consent (form available via the link below). Nominations must be delivered to the ASRL Secretary, no later than 28 days prior to the 2020 ASRL Annual General Meeting, ie, 10:00am, 30 May 2020.

TO READ THE FULL NOTICE OF MEETING, FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING THE POSITIONS VACANT AND TO DOWNLOAD A COPY OF THE NOMINATION FORM, PLEASE CLICK HERE

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Each season at the Australian Surf Life Saving Championships, it has been our practice in the boat area, to pay our respects to those of the surf boat fraternity who have passed away since the previous season, called the 'Moment of Reflection'
 
This year, due to the cancellation of the 2020 Aussies, we are acknowledging those who have passed with a video via the ASRL website and social media channels, where we can still pause to quietly reflect on our surf boat mates.
 
We sincerely thank those who have assisted in providing the information and photos which has allowed us to prepare this presentation. A special mention to Mike Tamblyn ... this is his baby, and we are proud to continue the tradition in the modified format.
 
Time listings for each reading can be found HERE
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Want to thank a sweep, praise a sponsor, reward a crew or thank a representative from your club?

Mike Tamblyn's Surf Boat Trophies make surf boat trophies to cater to the many aspects of our great sport of surf rowing ranging from :
• A replica trophy to give to a sponsor on boat launching day
• A memento to the person honoured with their name on the new boat
• Appreciation from a crew to their sweep or coach or special individual
• Club presentation night for outstanding crews and perpetual trophies

All our trophies are made from selected Australian timber and materials. Each trophy is individually made to your requirements

Visit www.surfboattrophies.com.au for more information or contact Mike Tamblyn phone 0414 659 701 or email: mike@tamblyn.com.au

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Online Memorial Video

With the cancellation of 2020 Aussies we would like to recognise those we have lost since 2019 Aussies.

Mike Tamblyn, Griffo and Aaron Tannahill have worked together over the past couple of days, and will continue to do so, to gather information and create an online/video memorial. This will replace the Moment of Reflection, normally held at Aussies, for 2020 only.

We are now seeking information of those we have lost since the 2019 Moment of Reflection (6 April 2019) to now.

Instructions;

BEFORE YOU WRITE THROUGH YOUR SUBMISSION, please email aaron.tannahill@hotmail.com with the person/s you would like to recognise, and I will then be in contact with you to discuss what information I or Mike/Griffo may already have, and then we can go from there.

In preparation for your submission, please start to gather images and details about the person/s contribution to surf boat rowing, their club/s, what they are remembered for and any other information.
Please contact Aaron Tannahill if you have someone you would like to be featured and we can then discuss what information we already have.

Submissions due by 12 April 2020. I understand that this is not the normal process for the moment of reflection. I am doing the best to recognise those we have lost in our current environment, working closely with those who have put so much work into this in past years.

Aaron Tannahill
aaron.tannahill@hotmail.com

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AGM 2020

Due to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis the ASRL have made a number of decisions in the best interested of all members, and to follow current state and federal government guidelines.

MAY CONFERENCE

The annual May conference has been postponed with a date to be determined throughout the year. We are aiming for this conference to held in September, although this is pending future state and federal government guidelines.

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (AGM)

After seeking advice from Dept of Fair Trading NSW we are going to hold our Annual General Meeting as a ‘virtual’ AGM (online only). We are working on confirming the technology to hold the AGM and once we are comfortable with the technology, we will announce a date for this to be held.

The ASRL committee would like to wish the best for our members for the uncertain times ahead. We look forward to seeing you on the beach once again later in the year.

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Why I Row Surfboats

Stop for a minute and have a read of this ❤ ❤ 

@theevolutionofjen (Jen Davis - Northcliffe SLSC)
Why I row surfboats?

The cancellation of Aussies 2020 has absolutely gutted me as an athlete. Knowing how incredible our season has been & not having the chance to finish it off hits hard. I love competing & I really love winning.

But it also allows for a moment of introspection about why I row surfboats & consider the bigger picture.
I row surfboats because I get to be comfortable with being uncomfortable.

I row surfboats because I get to trust & be trusted... my team mates, my self, my stroke, my training, my coach.

I row surfboats because i get to practice discipline... to get done what is required, to look after myself, to be healthy, to make smart choices to be the best athlete I can be.

I row surfboats because I get to experience that effort equals reward.... that “good luck” tends to favour those who are the most prepared.
I row surfboats because it’s not about me... it’s about my team. Doesn’t matter how hard one of us pulls... if we are not pulling together we’re not going anywhere.

I row surfboats because I get to constantly learn about myself.... how I deal with discomfort, expectation, competition, my resilience.

I row surfboats because it makes me better at life. A better partner (to the right guy). A better employee. A better human.

I row surfboats, so when faced by a completely unprecedented uncomfortable set of circumstances, I can draw on the trust, discipline, team work, preparation & learning required to be the best human I can be to get through it with the rest of the world.

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aussies cancelled

The Council of Australian Governments (COAG) meeting today advised against holding non-essential, organised public gatherings of more than 500 people. In light of this advice, Surf Life Saving Australia is cancelling the 2020 Australian Surf Life Saving Championships.

The annual championships were due to be held on the Gold Coast in Queensland from April 18-26, with over 6,000 competitors and thousands more family, friends and spectators expected to attend the event.

YOU CAN READ THE FULL ANNOUNCEMENT BY CLICKING HERE

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ASRL Open 2020 Survey

Thank you to those competitors and visitors who attended the Team Navy Australian Surf Rowers Open.
 
As your feedback is valuable to us, we’d like to invite you to complete a short online survey based on your experience at the event.
 
The survey should take around 5-10 minutes to complete. Please click here to complete the survey.
 
All fully completed surveys will go into the draw to win a Go Pro prize pack or one of ten headphones and a beach towel with the event and ASRL logo.
 
The survey will close at midnight, 08/03/2020. All the information you provide will be confidential and used for analysis purposes only, and your responses will not be identified in any way. Personal details you provide for any corresponding Competition you choose to enter will be used for this purpose only. Your information will be handled according to the Promoters Privacy Policy located at: https://www.sydney.com/privacy. You can opt out at any time. Please see Terms and Conditions for more information.

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ASRL Open 2020 - Results

On behalf of the ASRL Committee and Carnival Referee Tamara Brawn we would like to thank everyone for their support of 2020 ASRL Open.

Our officials were amazing, the work party excellent and the water safety crew outstanding.

RESULTS OF THE WEEKEND'S RACING ARE AVAILABLE BY CLICKING HERE

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*THE LATEST NEWSLETTERS - READ THESE FIRST!!

To read all of the LATEST RELEASE NEWSLETTERS - please CLICK HERE

*EVENT LOCATION STATEMENT - UPDATE 12 FEB 2020!

Your ASRL Committee in consultation with referee Tamara Brawn have met to discuss current conditions forecast for the Team Navy ASRL Open.   The call is to race at Mollymook. This is by far and away our best option conditions permitting.  

YOU CAN READ THE FULL LOCATION STATEMENT BY CLICKING HERE

*EVENT BULLETINS - PLEASE READ CAREFULLY!

  ➼  BULLETIN #2 - 12 Feb, 2020 - CLICK HERE TO READ

  ➼  BULLETIN #1 - 5 Feb, 2020 - CLICK HERE TO READ

*DAY ONE - PROGRAM NOW AVAILABLE

Please note that the following program is SUBJECT TO PENDING CONDITIONS. We will announce updates on our social accounts, email to membership and beach announcements.  

YOU CAN READ THE PROPOSED DAY 1 PROGRAM BY CLICKING HERE

*ASRL OPEN 2020 - DETAILED PROGRAM (*as at 12 Feb 2020)

Carnival Event Referee Tamara Brawn and Event Organisers have released a detailed program for the ASRL Open 2020.

Please note - Carnival Referee and Event Organisers are constantly monitoring conditions and have numerous back up plans in place. Any updates over the coming days will be circulated across all of our communication channels.

TO VIEW THE DETAILED PROGRAM - PLEASE CLICK HERE

*LIVE STREAMING

We will be streaming every race LIVE at 2020 ASRL Open! You can catch the stream Friday, Saturday and Sunday on Youtube or Facebook.

Youtube: Australian Surf Rowers League
Facebook: Team Navy ASRL

Streaming kicks off 8am NSW daily.   CLICK HERE to read more

*ASRL OPEN 2020 - LOCAL RULES

FOR THOSE ATTENDING - PLEASE MAKE YOURSELF FAMILIAR WITH THE 2020 ASRL OPEN LOCAL RULES

The ASRL Open is conducted under the rules of the 36th Edition of the SLSA Surf Sports Manual and these local rules.

The SLSA Code of Conduct applies, with all Competitors, Officials and Organisers expected to comply with the Code at all times. Breaches of the Code may result in disqualification from the event as well as broader sanctions

YOU CAN READ THE COMPETITION RULES BY CLICKING HERE

*AREA SPLITS

The 2020 ASRL Open area splits are now available. A big shout out of Carnival Referee Tamara Brawn for overseeing this process.

Please note - this list is version #1 and can change if we get multiple crews withdraw. If your club is missing please let us know ASAP.

TO VIEW THE AREA SPLITS - CLICK HERE

Any ASRL Open enquiries please email asrlopen2020@asrl.com.au

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328 ASRL Open crews

Entries are in and thank you to all clubs for getting these into the system. We have 328 crews registered, the same amount of crews as last year! We would like to thank everyone for your support of this event.

There are still some crews listed as Team 'A'. Please email asrlopen2020@asrl.com.au to confirm the team name or change in the system if you can.

We will be releasing information in bulk over the coming week. This includes, but is not limited too;

- Area splits
- Local Rules
- Logistics information
- Key times
- Fan engagement promotions

Any ASRL Open enquiries please email asrlopen2020@asrl.com.au

Some fun facts!
- Open Male and Female are both UP on last year, up 7% combined
- A massive 47% increase in Under 23 Female crew
- Female numbers are up over 10% across all categories

TO VIEW FULL CREW ENTRY LIST - CLICK HERE

Get all of the latest ASRL news and info direct to your Inbox by subscribing to our mail list HERE

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ORDER OF EVENTS

The ASRL Committee and Event Referee Tamara Brawn have confirmed that the order of racing for 2020 ASRL Open is the SAME AS PREVIOUS YEARS!

FRIDAY 14 FEBRUARY
AM - Masters rounds to finals
Late morning - Reserve Male and Reserve Female
Mid afternoon - Interstates

SATURDAY 15 FEBRUARY
AM - Under 19 Male, Under 19 Female and Under 23 Female
Late morning - Open Male, Open Female and Under 23 Male
3 x rounds of Tran Tasman (AUS v NZ) throughout the day

SUNDAY 16 FEBRUARY
All categories elimination and finals

PLEASE NOTE - Confirmed block times will be made available closer to the event.

NSW CLUBS - HI VIS ORDERING PROCESS

ATTENTION NSW CLUBS!

Those NSW clubs who have NOT sent through their hi vis order for collection at 2020 ASRL Open please do so via the following method;

Email Don 'Bristles' Alexander at registrar@asrl.com.au with your club, the total amount, a breakdown of sizes and a key contact person

The racing tops will then be available for collection on the Thursday afternoon at ASRL Open.

ONE REPRESENTATIVE TO EMAIL PER CLUB PLEASE
PLEASE DO THIS BY WEDNESDAY 5 FEBRUARY

Any ASRL Open enquiries to email asrlopen2020@asrl.com.au or personal message Team Navy ASRL on Facebook

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ASRL Open 2020 Mollymook Confirmation

ASRL Statement - 17 January 2020

As previously noted your ASRL Committee have been in contact with all the stakeholders re the suitability of Mollymook hosting Team Navy ASRL Open since bushfires devastated parts of the NSW South Coast.

We have now received written confirmation from the RFS and Shoalhaven City Council letting us know that Mollymook is the preferred venue for the Open. However, we are currently updating a final safety plan in consultation with local authorities, and we expect this to be completed in the next 72 hours.

This is encouraging news and we ask boaties from across Australia to attend the Open and support the local area by bringing the economic impact to the region that comes with such a major event.

With all fires contained and rain falling in the area things have taken a major turn for the better.

We’d also like to give a shout out to the Elouera SLSC and Sutherland Shire Council who didn’t hesitate to put their collective hands up as our plan B if the fires were going to stop the Open from proceeding at Mollymook.

With awesome support from Team Navy, Destination NSW, Shoalhaven City Council and the Mollymook SLSC we are excited to be heading to Mollymook for the 2020 ASRL Open.

If your looking to support those affected by the bushfires the best thing we can do is head to Mollymook and drop some coin into the local economy. We are excited to bring our economic benefit to the area and show Australia that the Shoalhaven area is back open for business. We encourage everyone within our movement to come to the ASRL Open and provide their support to the locals with your attendance as the community desperately need the help.

Should you have any questions please feel free to email asrlopen2020@asrl.com.au or personal message Team Navy ASRL on Facebook

ASRL Committee

ENTRY NOW OPEN -  Entry closes 2nd February at 5pm NSW/VIC time.

Please CLICK HERE for entries and email or Facebook message us if you need a hand with your username / password. Only one member of the club needs to complete entries.

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ASRL Open 2020 Update

ASRL Statement - 6 January 2020

We have all seen the devastation which is currently occurring around the country by bush fires. Our thoughts are with all those affected by these fires and especially our members who have been directly impacted.

Many of us on the George Bass Surfboat Marathon witnessed first hand what effect these fires can have.

With the Team Navy ASRL Open being held at Mollymook in approximately 5 weeks time the ASRL is aware of the situation in that area. We are in contact with all stakeholders including the RFS and local authorities. We are currently talking and listening, taking advise as the situation develops.

Our strong intention is to hold the Open as currently planned at Mollymook but we are also working on an alternative if there is still a fire threat or the local area is not ready to host such a large event.

Due to logistical constraints we will need to make the call three weeks prior to the event to give our members, officials, host club and organisers enough time to make the Open a success. Our back up venue will suit all those flying in through Sydney which we feel will be the vast majority of fly in travellers. At this early stage we are unable to publicise the alternative venue as official approval has not been granted but be assured we will keep you all informed as more information comes to hand.

As previously stated our preferred option is to hold the event in Mollymook and have the economic impact that the Team Navy ASRL Open brings with it to benefit this hard hit region. If the decision has to be made to move away from Mollymook, our intention would be of offer the 2021 ASRL Open to Mollymook. If any of our members can't retrieve deposits paid on accommodation, it might be possible to move the booking to 2021.

Thanks for your understanding in these testing times. The decision will be made with the best interests of our membership and the local area.

Should you have any concerns please feel free to email asrlopen2020@asrl.com.au or personal message Team Navy ASRL on Facebook

ASRL Committee

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Aussies 2020


Surf Life Saving Australia have released the program for #aussies2020

Please note;
* The surf boat referee will advise the morning of competition, the order of events
* Please use this as a GUIDE ONLY, please check with the surf boat referee frequently throughout each competition day for any changes to the timetable below
* Continue to monitor the SLSA members portal for updates
* Please contact SLSA for further questions if you have any

Monday 20 April
All Masters events, start to finish

Tuesday 21 April
Open Male and Open Female Short Course, start to finish

Wednesday 22 April
Rounds for Reserve Male, Reserve Female, Under 23 Male and Under 23 Female
Lifesaver Relay heats

Thursday 23 April
Rounds for Open Male, Open Female, Under 19 Male and Under 19 Female
Lifesaver Relay Semi Finals

Friday 24 April
Quarter Finals for Reserve Male, Reserve Female and Under 23 Male
Boat Relay round and final

Saturday 25 April (ANZAC DAY)
Lifesaver Relay (1:30pm)
Racing will be held after this, and the categories required in this time slot will be announced after the commencement of #Aussies2020

Sunday 26 April
Racing for all eight categories including finals for all eight categories, Qtrs/Semis etc will be announced closer to the event pending entry numbers

Entries are now open and early bird entries close 14 February 2020. Visit https://sls.com.au/aussies/ for more information.

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order of racing open 2020

The ASRL Committee and Event Referee Tamara Brawn have confirmed that the order of racing for 2020 ASRL Open is the SAME AS PREVIOUS YEARS!

FRIDAY 14 FEBRUARY
AM - Masters rounds to finals
Late morning - Reserve Male and Reserve Female
Mid afternoon - Interstates

SATURDAY 15 FEBRUARY
AM - Under 19 Male, Under 19 Female and Under 23 Female
Late morning - Open Male, Open Female and Under 23 Male
3 x rounds of Tran Tasman (AUS v NZ) throughout the day

SUNDAY 16 FEBRUARY
All categories elimination and finals

PLEASE NOTE - Confirmed block times will be made available closer to the event.

Entries are NOW open! https://carnival.sls.com.au/ and entries close 2 February.

Any questions please email the 2020 ASRL Open designated email address - asrlopen2020@asrl.com.au

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The Australian National Surf Boat Team selection event will be held at North Cronulla on 15th December 2019.

Interested parties can check on the updated Event Info on our forum by clicking HERE

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National Teams Nomination Information

Each year Surf Life Saving Australia and Surf Life Saving New Zealand select an Open Male, Open Female, U23 Development Male & U23 Development Female surf boat crews to represent their country in the annual Trans-Tasman Surf Boat Test Series. The 2020 Trans-Tasman Surf Boat Test Series will be held on Saturday 15th February at Mollymook Beach, NSW with the 3-test series to be run alongside the ASRL Open program.

Crews selected to represent their country will not appear on the normal ASRL Open program in their respective division until Sunday’s racing. To be considered for selection crews must nominate through the below link and attend the Australian Surf Boat Team selection event at North Cronulla on 15th December 2019.

Nomination Process:

Prior to applying for the Australian Surf Boat Team, all team members and management must have read and understand the Selection Guideline 5.05b. Team Managers must also read and understand the Team Managers Job Description. Both of these documents can be found on the Member’s Portal.

FOR EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW AND THE RELEVANT FORMS, PLEASE VISIT THIS FORUM POST HERE

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SLSA has reviewed the Surf Sports Manual (SSM) in consultation with States, subject matter experts and others.

The amendments to the previous edition are summarised in this Bulletin and are now in effect.

To read further, please click HERE 

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2020 ASRL Open Mollymook

Australia's Premier Surf Boat Event Heads to New Location

Australia’s premier surf boat event will be heading to a new location in 2020, bringing over 3000 competitors, supporters and event officials to the region.

The 2020 Australian Surf Rowers League (ASRL) Open will be held at Mollymook Beach from 14 – 16 February 2020 and with almost 350 crews from 86 clubs competing at the 2019 event, thousands of surf life savers from far and wide will head to Mollymook for three days of exhilarating surf boat racing.

It is the biggest stand-alone surf boat racing event in Australia with divisions of surf boat racing being contested including Open Male, Open Female, Reserve Male, Reserve Female, Under 23 Male, Under 23 Female, Under 19 Male, Under 19 Female and Masters.

The event also features Australia and New Zealand representative crews do battle in a Trans-Tasman challenge, the Interstate championship, and the final of each division to be crowned on Sunday (Masters on Friday).

TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE - CLICK HERE

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National Team Selection 2019

The ASRL can confirm that the National Team Selection Event will be held at NORTH CRONULLA, NSW on Sunday 15 December 2019.

Categories are;

Open Male
Open Female
Under 23 Male (Development Team)
Under 23 Female (Development Team)

The Australian team will compete against New Zealand in February 2020 at the ASRL Open. We can confirm there is a full carnival on the day before for crews to compete in. We are also proud to announce that the trials will be live streamed in full!

More information including nomination process and other supporting activities will be released in the coming weeks.

The ASRL are committed to delivering world class events, and the National Team Selection Event is a high priority of the ASRL.

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The ASRL ANNUAL REPORT for the 2018/19 Season is now available to members for download by clicking HERE

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Design Our Logo and WIN!

ASRL 100 Year Emblem Competition - we need YOUR HELP!

We want YOU to design a complete ASRL emblem to celebrate 100 years of Surf Rowing in Australia. This logo will be showcased across ASRL lines and incorporated in the singlet design for the ASRL series.

Emblem can be drawn in any format (digital or freehand), as long as it is legible to be converted if necessary. 4 colours maximum in the produced design.

Emblem to be submitted by 5pm Monday 17th of June with the winner announced at the ASRL AGM 29th of June

REQUIRED ELEMENTS
- Be legible on a singlet or other merchandise;
- Incorporate current colour scheme;
- square or portrait orientation

WHAT IS PROVIDED
- Current ASRL logo

The winning entry will WIN free entry into the ASRL Open for your Crew and a specialised polo with your design. If the winning submission if from an official an alternative prize of same value will be arranged. The prize will also be altered if won by a junior competitor)

Please note - by submitting your work to the ASRL competition you are releasing your IP (Intellectual
property), please be aware that your design may need adjustment for print.

SUBMIT YOUR ENTRY to secretary@asrl.com.au

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