Race 9 of the 2021 PNSW Marathon Series on the Narrabeen Lake at Billarong Reserve, will be hosted by MWKC.

This is also Round 3 of the 2021 PaddleNSW Junior Paddler Series, catering for new Junior paddlers in U12, U14, U16 & U18 categories, outside of the normal Divisional racing.
Juniors wanting to enter and contest the Junior Series should enter one of these categories instead of a Division. Points scored in each race of the 4 race series will count towards an End of Season Score and the Ultimate Female & Male Winners in each age category.

ALL paddlers must complete the registration process. For the avoidance of doubt, that means BOTH paddlers in a Double, and ALL paddlers in anything bigger.

This will be a 5 km Lap Course, with the 20 km Divisions (1-7) paddling 4 laps, Division 8 paddling 3 laps, Divisions 9-12 paddling 2 laps, and Division 13 paddling the one lap.
There will be a Portage which is mandatory for Division 1 paddlers, and optional for all others.

Juniors will paddle courses as follows: 

U8 & U10      - 2 km total (turn @ 1km)
U12               - 5 km total (1 lap)
U14 & U16    - 10 km total (2 laps)

For 2021 Marathon Race Rules: PNSW Marathon Race Rules

[For Penrith Div Results, go to: Penrith Results ] Video of Penrith races: Div 11, 12, Junior   Div 10

[For other race results, go to:  Lane Cove Div Results   2021 Doubles Results   Teralba Results   Batemans Bay Results  Davistown Results  Canberra Race Results    Windsor Race Results   Wagga Race Results   ]

Please see the latest Time Trial Results.

Details of the event Saturday Summer Paddle Series-2021.

A Taste of Paddling

For non-members who would like to try out paddling in a one off session.  Bookings essential contact Patricia Ashton.  Sessions will restart in October 2021.

BGCC Membership

People with no experience wanting to join, should consider waiting till October as beginner sessions and coaching are reduced from April.

Find out more in Coaches and Instructor Opportunities

How we can continue to paddle within the guidelines. Basically: 

1. Don’t attend if sick or recently arrived from overseas or recently in contact with a high risk person
2. Be careful with vulnerable people: older people and those with underlying health conditions
3. Excellent hand hygiene. Soap-wash or sanitiser.
4. Extra cleaning on all high contact surfaces
5. Physical distancing. 1.5m and 1 per 4m2
6. Keep a record of attendance to help with contact tracing.

Please read this document and comply with these conditions