The UQ Canoe Club is putting a team together for the Murray Marathon, the longest annual canoe race in the world, at the end of the year (27-31 December 05).
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There is a meeting this Tuesday morning at the club shed to discuss the logistics of participating in the Murray Marathon Fundraiser (27-31 December 05).
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24 Oct – 7 Nov. As part of Paddle Oar Blade Week, the Maritime Museum at Southbank is hosting a display of boats and information about all the paddle sports.
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Mon 24 to Sun 30 Oct Paddle Oar Blade Week. Promotes paddle sports in Queensland. Culminating in a Paddle Oar Blade Expo at Lake Kawana, Sunshine Coast, Sunday 30 October.
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Just a quick one to say that the next two weeks are going to be beginners evenings, and from next week (3rd May) we will be starting at 7.30pm and finishing at 9pm.
Hope to see you there,
I will be running the beginners paddle session from the Canoe Club shed tommorrow morning. Just drop in and have a paddle. We’ll all head out for about 40mins from about 7:45am
See you there!!!
On Saturday 30th April & Sunday 1st May The Australian Canoe Polo Team selected to go to the 2005 World Games in Germany during July will be having a training camp from 9am to 4.00pm at Lake Parramatta, Parramatta – NSW.
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[Note this is an old posting from 2005, not 2006 -ed.]
Meet at the Shed THURSDAY 21st April at 7 AM for an introductory lesson in Sea Kayak Navigation.
We will conclude blackboard and chart studies at 8 AM, afterwhich an on-water activity is available if you can stay a second hour until 9AM. “Homework” will be assigned for you to practice over the next month, and you may be reassessed Thursday 19th May in an on-water excercise.
I have decided to run the trip to Goolang Ck in the week following the
Easter Weekend (Uni Hols). The plan is to spend the first two days on
Goolang improving your skills, learning to paddle rapids etc… Then we
will look at the water levels and decide whether it is worth heading
over to the Nymboida for the last day or two, or just heading home.
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This is just a quick one to say that polo is NOT on at Uni this Tuesday (15/03). Polo will resume on the 22nd with fairly high intensity training to help those going to Sydney.