WEDNESDAY NIGHT TIME TRIAL

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[[#TTfood]]
!!Food
We have made arrangements with local restaurant Cafe Geo to deliver pre-ordered meals to the LCRK shed at 8pm. We'll keep an eye on the level of interest for this and refine approach as seems necessary. Details are as follows
• Geo Café (Mowbray Road) will provide an 8pm bulk delivery to the LCRK shed.
• You need to pre-order your own meal by 6pm – use the pro-forma sheet near the rego desk
• Pre-pay (cash only) – into the cookie jar next to the pre-order sheet.
• Orders are sent to Geo 6pm sharp! Meals delivered to table near rego desk at 8pm.
• Split meals are of course fine – you sort out yourself.
• The traditional LCRK Café service is of course still available

The menu includes salads, pastas and pizzas - with options and prices as shown below.
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[[#TTfood]]
!!Food
We have made arrangements with local restaurant Cafe Geo to deliver pre-ordered meals to the LCRK shed at 8pm. We'll keep an eye on the level of interest for this and refine approach as seems necessary. Details are as follows
• Geo Café (Mowbray Road) will provide an 8pm bulk delivery to the LCRK shed.
• You need to pre-order your own meal by 6pm – use the pro-forma sheet near the rego desk
• Pre-pay (cash only) – into the cookie jar next to the pre-order sheet.
• Orders are sent to Geo 6pm sharp! Meals delivered to table near rego desk at 8pm.
• Split meals are of course fine – you sort out yourself.
• The traditional LCRK Café service is of course still available

The menu includes salads, pastas and pizzas - with options and prices as shown below.
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We have made arrangements with local restaurant Cafe Geo to deliver pre-ordered meals to the LCRK shed at 8pm. We'll keep an eye on the level of interest for this and refine approach as seems necessary. The menu includes salads, pastas and pizzas - with options and prices as shown below.
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We have made arrangements with local restaurant Cafe Geo to deliver pre-ordered meals to the LCRK shed at 8pm. We'll keep an eye on the level of interest for this and refine approach as seems necessary. Details are as follows
• Geo Café (Mowbray Road) will provide an 8pm bulk delivery to the LCRK shed.
• You need to pre-order your own meal by 6pm – use the pro-forma sheet near the rego desk
• Pre-pay (cash only) – into the cookie jar next to the pre-order sheet.
• Orders are sent to Geo 6pm sharp! Meals delivered to table near rego desk at 8pm.
• Split meals are of course fine – you sort out yourself.
• The traditional LCRK Café service is of course still available

The menu includes salads, pastas and pizzas - with options and prices as shown below.
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We have made arrangements with local restaurant Cafe Geo to deliver pre-ordered meals to the LCRK shed at 8pm. We'll keep an eye on the level of interest for this and refine approach as seems necessary. The menu includes salads, pastas and pizzas - with options and prices as shown below.
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[[#TTfood]]
!!Food
We have made arrangements with local restaurant Cafe Geo to deliver pre-ordered meals to the LCRK shed at 8pm. We'll keep an eye on the level of interest for this and refine approach as seems necessary.
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March 06, 2017, at 06:51 PM by IanW - add cup detail link
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* First Wednesday of the month: Singles Cup - Start on your allocated [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/Handicap1.html|Singles Cup Handicap]] to score points for the Crudslime Cup (12km), Sugarloaf Cup (9km) or Coffee Cup (6km)
* Second Wednesday of the month: Doubles Cup - Try a double and start on your allocated [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/Handicap2.html|Doubles Cup Handicap]] to score Doubles cup points
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* First Wednesday of the month: Singles Cup - Start on your allocated [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/Handicap1.html|Singles Cup Handicap]] to score points for the Crudslime Cup (12km), Sugarloaf Cup (9km) or Coffee Cup (6km). Read [[http://lcrk.org.au/pmwiki/pmwiki.php?n=Main.WednesdayNightPaddleCUP|here]] for more detail on how the 'Singles Cup' works.
* Second Wednesday of the month
: Doubles Cup - Try a double and start on your allocated [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/Handicap2.html|Doubles Cup Handicap]] to score Doubles cup points. Read [[http://lcrk.org.au/pmwiki/pmwiki.php?n=Main.WednesdayNightPaddleCUP|here]] for more detail on how the 'Doubles Cup' work.
February 08, 2017, at 02:31 PM by IanW - add MHL link
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LCRK Senior and Junior Members can pre-pay for 2015-16 Time Trial registration either in conjunction with Membership or at the registration desk. Price is $70pa (Seniors) and $30pa (Juniors) - pro rata after 1 January 2016.
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The Wednesday Night Time Trial is the thread that ties together LCRK. A large number of regulars turn up each week rain, hail or shine to take on the clock and each other. There's plenty of talk before and after the paddling but on the water it's eyes forward. %%
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[[#Coursevideos]]
The Wednesday Night Time Trial is the thread that ties LCRK together. A large number of regulars turn up each week rain, hail or shine to take on the clock and each other. There's plenty of talk before and after the paddling but on the water it's eyes forward. %%
-> %newwin% [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59olfIR00hM|- 12km course from the water (video)]] %%
-> %newwin% [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRjBWjLr5Ew|- Fly the 12km course! (video)]] %%
-> %newwin% [[https://youtu.be/2KugTA_D6LU|- Fly the 6km course! (video)]]
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[[#Coursevideos]]
!! Time Trial Videos
-> %newwin% [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59olfIR00hM|- 12km course from the water (video)]] %%
-> %newwin% [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRjBWjLr5Ew|- Fly the 12km course! (video)]] %%
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[[#Coursevideos]]
The Wednesday Night Time Trial is the thread that ties LCRK together. A large number of regulars turn up each week rain, hail or shine to take on the clock and each other. There's plenty of talk before and after the paddling but on the water it's eyes forward. %%
-> %newwin% [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59olfIR00hM|- 12km course from the water (video)]] %%
-> %newwin% [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRjBWjLr5Ew|- Fly the 12km course! (video)]] %%
-> %newwin% [[https://youtu.be/2KugTA_D6LU|- Fly the 6km course! (video)]]
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The Wednesday Night Time Trial is the thread that ties together LCRK. A large number of regulars turn up each week rain, hail or shine to take on the clock and each other. There's plenty of talk before and after the paddling but on the water it's eyes forward. %%
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[[#Coursevideos]]
!! Time Trial Videos
-> %newwin% [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59olfIR00hM|- 12km course from the water (video)]] %%
-> %newwin% [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRjBWjLr5Ew|- Fly the 12km course! (video)]] %%
-> %newwin% [[https://youtu.be/2KugTA_D6LU|- Fly the 6km course! (video)]] %%
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Kayaking is a potentially dangerous sport (especially after dark) and all paddlers must be familiar with and comply with all the applicable [[Safety|'''safety requirements''']], including PFD and lighting requirements, when taking part in the Wednesday Night Time Trial.
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Kayaking is a potentially dangerous sport (especially after dark) and all paddlers must be familiar with and comply with all the applicable [[Safety|'''safety requirements''']], including Lifejacket (PFD) and lighting requirements, when taking part in the Wednesday Night Time Trial.
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* There are occasional cancellations for safety reasons due to bushfire, flooding. lightning, etc.
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* There are occasional cancellations for safety reasons due to bushfire, flooding, lightning, etc.
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*Once on the water at the pontoon, paddlers go downstream 200m (keeping to the Right Hand Side of the river) to the start line, which is under the Epping Rd Bridge, then turn around and face upstream and await their start. You should be on the water at least 5 minute before your start.
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*Once on the water at the pontoon, paddlers go downstream 200m (keeping to the Right Hand Side of the river, away from the racing-line) to the start line, which is under the Epping Rd Bridge, then turn around and face upstream and await their start. You should be on the water at least 5 minute before your start.
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* Third Wednesday of the month: Reverse Course - Head downstream from the start using the [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/StartTimes.html|Non-cup Start Time]]
* Fourth & Fifth Wednesdays of the month: Standard Timetrial using the [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/StartTimes.html|Non-cup Start Time]]
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* Third Wednesday of the month: Reverse Course - Head downstream from the start using your [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/StartTimes.html|Non-cup Start Time]]
* Fourth & Fifth Wednesdays of the month: Standard Timetrial using your [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/StartTimes.html|Non-cup Start Time]]
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* Third Wednesday of the month: Reverse Course - Head downstream from the start using the [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/StartTimes.html|Non-cup Start Time]]
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* The Christmas Party/BBQ is held on the Wednesday before 20th December.
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Time Trials are on every Wednesday of the year with the following exceptions:
* The Christmas break is for the two weeks from 20th December to 2nd January
* The Christmas Party/BBQ is held on the Wednesday before 20 December.
* The HCC BBQ is on the first Wednesday after the HCC, for members to share their HCC experience. This is usually the last week of October.
* There are occasional cancellations for safety reasons due to bushfire, flooding. lightning, etc.
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* First Wednesday of the month: Singles Cup - Start on your [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/Handicap1.html|allocated handicap]] to score points for the Crudslime Cup (12km), Sugarloaf Cup (9km) or Coffee Cup (6km)
* Second Wednesday of the month: Doubles Cup - Try a double and start on your [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/Handicap2.html| allocated handicap]] to score Doubles cup points
* Third Wednesday of the month: Reverse Course - Head downstream from the start using [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/StartTimes.html|recommended start time]]
* Fourth & Fifth Wednesdays of the month: Standard Timetrial using [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/StartTimes.html|recommended start time]]
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* First Wednesday of the month: Singles Cup - Start on your allocated [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/Handicap1.html|Singles Cup Handicap]] to score points for the Crudslime Cup (12km), Sugarloaf Cup (9km) or Coffee Cup (6km)
* Second Wednesday of the month: Doubles Cup - Try a double and start on your allocated [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/Handicap2.html|Doubles Cup Handicap]] to score Doubles cup points
* Third Wednesday of the month: Reverse Course - Head downstream from the start using the[[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/StartTimes.html|Non-cup Start Time]]
* Fourth & Fifth Wednesdays of the month: Standard Timetrial using the[[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/StartTimes.html|Non-cup Start Time]]
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Wednesday nights are a great opportunity to meet experienced paddlers and improve your fitness and skills. Please read the following so that you are aware of your responsibilities on and off the water.
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Wednesday nights are a great opportunity to meet experienced paddlers and improve your fitness and skills. Please read the following so that you are aware of your responsibilities on and off the water.
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February 09, 2016, at 10:32 PM by IanW - add 9km reference and detail for reverse courses....
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* Please do not park close to the amenities building unless you have equipment required for the running of the time trial. Park in the designated car park area.
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Please do not park close to the amenities building unless you have equipment required for the running of the time trial. Park in the designated car park area.
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* First Wednesday of the month: Singles Cup - Start on your [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/Handicap1.html|allocated handicap]] to score points for the Crudslime Cup (12km) or Coffee Cup (6km)
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* First Wednesday of the month: Singles Cup - Start on your [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/Handicap1.html|allocated handicap]] to score points for the Crudslime Cup (12km), Sugarloaf Cup (9km) or Coffee Cup (6km)
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!! Time trial courses
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* The reverse 12km is the exact reverse of the above - downstream to Fig Tree Bridge, upstream to Fullers Bridge and finish line, finishing downstream under Epping Bridge.
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* The reverse 9km is the exact reverse of the above - downstream to the 9km turn, upstream to Fullers Bridge and finish line, finishing downstream under Epping Bridge.
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* The reverse 6km course is a little different - downstream to the red buoy under Burns Bay Rd at Linley Pt (check the map!) then back over the finish line, finishing upstream at the Epping Bridge,
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!!Costs
The following are the participation costs for the Wednesday night time trials.
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||LCRK Member (pre-paid) || $0 ||
||LCRK Senior Member || $5 ||
||LCRK Junior Member || $2 ||
||Member of PaddleNSW and an affiliated club || $7 ||
||All Others (includes PaddleNSW Insurance) || $20 ||

LCRK Senior and Junior Members can pre-pay for 2015-16 Time Trial registration either in conjunction with Membership or at the registration desk. Price is $70pa (Seniors) and $30pa (Juniors) - pro rata after 1 January 2016.
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!!!Costs
The following are the participation costs for the Wednesday night time trials.
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||LCRK Member (pre-paid) || $0 ||
||LCRK Senior Member || $5 ||
||LCRK Junior Member || $2 ||
||Member of PaddleNSW and an affiliated club || $7 ||
||All Others (includes PaddleNSW Insurance) || $20 ||

LCRK Senior and Junior Members can pre-pay for 2015-16 Time Trial registration either in conjunction with Membership or at the registration desk. Price is $70pa (Seniors) and $30pa (Juniors) - pro rata after 1 January 2016.
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!! Timekeeping
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!! Safety and Regulations
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!! Time trial course
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The Wednesday Night Time Trial is the thread that ties LCRK together. A large number of regulars turn up each week rain, hail or shine to take on the clock and each other. There's plenty of talk before and after the paddling but on the water it's eyes forward. \\
-> %newwin% [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59olfIR00hM|12km course from the water in Autumn (video)]] %%
-> %newwin% [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRjBWjLr5Ew|Fly the 12km course! (video)]] %%
-> %newwin% [[https://youtu.be/2KugTA_D6LU|Fly the 6km course! (video)]] %%
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The Wednesday Night Time Trial is the thread that ties LCRK together. A large number of regulars turn up each week rain, hail or shine to take on the clock and each other. There's plenty of talk before and after the paddling but on the water it's eyes forward. %%
-> %newwin% [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59olfIR00hM|- 12km course from the water (video)]] %%
-> %newwin% [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRjBWjLr5Ew|- Fly the 12km course! (video)]] %%
-> %newwin% [[https://youtu.be/2KugTA_D6LU|- Fly the 6km course! (video)]] %%
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LCRK Senior and Junior Members can pre-pay for 2015-16 Time Trial registration either in conjunction Membership or at the registration desk. Price is $70pa (Seniors) and $30pa (Juniors) - discounted after 1 January 2016.
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LCRK Senior and Junior Members can pre-pay for 2015-16 Time Trial registration either in conjunction with Membership or at the registration desk. Price is $70pa (Seniors) and $30pa (Juniors) - pro rata after 1 January 2016.
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!!! River Map [[#RiverMap]]
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[[#RiverMap]]
!!! River Map
[[#topofTT|{+back to top+}]]
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[[#Coursevideos]]
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[[#Coursevideos]]
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(:title WEDNESDAY NIGHT TIME TRIAL:)
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!! Location
The Wednesday Night Paddle takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the [[http://goo.gl/maps/BFQ0s|Chatswood Athletic Field]] on the corner of Epping and Mowbray Roads, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the course from a pontoon.
* Please do not park close to the amenities building unless you have equipment required for the running of the time trial. Park in the designated car park area.
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Please visit our [[Main/JoinLCRK|membership page]] for information on getting involved.
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The information on our [[Main/JoinLCRK|membership page]] will provide additional context to the content below.

!!Costs
The following are the participation costs for the Wednesday night time trials.
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||LCRK Member (pre-paid) || $0 ||
||LCRK Senior Member || $5 ||
||LCRK Junior Member || $2 ||
||Member of PaddleNSW and an affiliated club || $7 ||
||All Others (includes PaddleNSW Insurance) || $20 ||

LCRK Senior and Junior Members can pre-pay for 2015-16 Time Trial registration either in conjunction Membership or at the registration desk. Price is $70pa (Seniors) and $30pa (Juniors) - discounted after 1 January 2016.

!! Location
The Wednesday Night Paddle takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the [[http://goo.gl/maps/BFQ0s|Chatswood Athletic Field]] on the corner of Epping and Mowbray Roads, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the course from a pontoon.
* Please do not park close to the amenities building unless you have equipment required for the running of the time trial. Park in the designated car park area
.
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Most paddlers supply their own kayaks, however the club has various boats available for members to borrow, including several suitable for novice members to try out. Refer to our [[Main/Fleet|Club Boat]] page.
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Most paddlers supply their own kayaks, however the club has various boats available for members to borrow, including several suitable for novice members to try out. Refer to our [[Main/Fleet|Club Boats & Boat Hire]] page.
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* [[Main/Wednesday Night Paddle#RiverMap|Lane Cove River Map]]
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* [[Main/Wednesday Night Paddle#RiverMap|Lane Cove River Course Map]]
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-> %newwin% [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|View the course map]] %%
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-> %newwin% [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|View the course map]] %%
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* %newwin%[[http://tides.willyweather.com.au/nsw/sydney/lane-cove-river--fig-tree-bridge.html|Tides]] %%
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* %newwin%[[http://tides.willyweather.com.au/nsw/sydney/lane-cove-river--fig-tree-bridge.html|Tides, Wind and Weather]] %%
* [[Main/Wednesday Night Paddle#RiverMap|Lane Cove River Map]]
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* [[Main/Results]]
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Information for coming Time Trials:
* [[Main/Results]]
* [[Main/Timekeeping Roster|Timekeeping Roster]]
* %newwin%[[http://tides.willyweather.com.au/nsw/sydney/lane-cove-river--fig-tree-bridge.html|Tides]] %%
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* All members are expected to take part in timekeeping duties when requested, usually twice per year
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!!! Timekeeping
All members are expected to take part in timekeeping duties when requested, usually twice per year
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[[#Coursevideos]]
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!!! Etiquette
* Kayak with bow in front at each turn has right of way.
* Keep to the right of the channel at all times. Veer right to avoid an oncoming kayak.
* When overtaking on a corner, go wide and to the outside of the slower kayak. Give a boat length clearance before cutting in. The boat in front has right of way. Do not call a warning to the boat in front as this can lead to confusion. The onus is on the passing boat to pass safely and courteously.
* Be aware of fishermen and stay away from their lines.
* Do not call your number at the finish line unless requested to do so by the timekeepers.
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* The [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|12km]] course follows the river upstream to Fullers Bridge, turning anticlockwise around the right hand pylon, then downstream past the pontoon and all the way to the last red (port) marker pylon before the Figtree bridge. Paddlers turn anticlockwise around this marker also, before returning upstream to the finish line under the Epping Rd Bridge.
* The [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|9km]] course is similar to the 12km course, except that instead of going all the way to Figtree Bridge, paddlers turn anticlockwise around the first red floating buoy over on the right just past the narrows at Sugarloaf Pt.
* The [[http://goo.gl/maps/yLwtx|6km]] course is similar to the 12km course, except that instead of going all the way to Figtree Bridge, paddlers turn anticlockwise around the first red floating buoy downstream of the footbridge, before returning upstream to the finish line at Epping Rd.
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* The %newwin%[[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|12km]] course follows the river upstream to Fullers Bridge, turning anticlockwise around the right hand pylon, then downstream past the pontoon all the way to the last red (port) marker pylon before the Figtree bridge. Paddlers turn anticlockwise around this marker and return upstream to the finish line under the Epping Rd Bridge.
* The %newwin% [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|9km]] course is similar to the 12km course, except that instead of going all the way to Figtree Bridge, paddlers turn anticlockwise around the first red floating buoy on the right just past the narrows at Sugarloaf Pt.
* The %newwin%[[http://goo.gl/maps/yLwtx|6km]] course is similar to the 12km course, except that instead of going all the way to Figtree Bridge, paddlers turn anticlockwise around the first red floating buoy downstream of the footbridge, before returning upstream to the finish line at Epping Rd.
See the [[#Coursevideos|course videos]] referenced above to get more of an idea..
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!!! Etiquette
* Kayak with bow in front at each turn has right of way.
* Keep to the right of the channel at all times. Veer right to avoid an oncoming kayak.
* When overtaking on a corner, go wide and to the outside of the slower kayak. Give a boat length clearance before cutting in. The boat in front has right of way. Do not call a warning to the boat in front as this can lead to confusion. The onus is on the passing boat to pass safely and courteously.
* Be aware of fishermen and stay away from their lines.
* Do not call your number at the finish line unless requested to do so by the timekeepers.
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-> %newwin% [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59olfIR00hM|12km course from the water in Autumn (video)]] %%
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-> %newwin% [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59olfIR00hM|12km course from the water in Autumn (video)]] %%
-> %newwin% [[https://youtu.be/2KugTA_D6LU|Fly the 6km course!
]] %%
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-> %newwin% [[https://youtu.be/2KugTA_D6LU|Fly the 6km course! (video)]] %%
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!!! Location
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!! Location
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!!! Schedule
* First Wednesday of the month: Singles Cup - Start on your [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/Handicap1.html|allocated handicap]] to score cup points
* Second Wednesday of the month: Doubles Cup - Try a double
and start on your [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/Handicap2.html| allocated handicap]] to score cup points
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* Please do not park close to the amenities building unless you have equipment required for the running of the time trial. Park in the designated car park area.

!!Newcomers
and prospective members
Please visit our
[[Main/JoinLCRK|membership page]] for information on getting involved.

!! Schedule
* First Wednesday of the month: Singles Cup - Start on your [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/Handicap1.html|allocated handicap]] to score points for the Crudslime Cup (12km) or Coffee Cup (6km)
* Second Wednesday of the month: Doubles Cup - Try a double and start on your [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/Handicap2.html| allocated handicap]] to score Doubles
cup points
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!! Eligibility
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!! Eligibility
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The first time trial of each month is [[Main/Crudslimecup|Crudslime Cup]] night where members compete for the club trophy
.

!!!Newcomers and prospective members
Please visit our [[Main/JoinLCRK|membership page]] for information on getting involved
.
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(:if end:)

!! Time Trial Procedure
*Register for the time trial by recording your number and name against your handicap start time
. Your first handicap start time will be given to you by a committee member following discussion. Thereafter, handicaps and recommended start times are generated automatically by The Handicapper).
*Every paddler must display a reflective number or letter board on their boat identifying them to the timekeepers. Fully paid-up members are allocated a permanent number and number board. Visitors or first-timers will receive a letter board which they use for that night only.
*There are 3 measured distances available; a 6km distance for beginners or those in slower craft, a 9km intermediate course, and 12 km for regular experienced paddlers. The 12km distance takes between 50 minutes (~14 km/h) and 80 minutes (~9km/h). Paddlers should stick with the 6km and 9km courses until they can complete 12km in under 80 minutes.
*Once on the water at the pontoon, paddlers go downstream 200m (keeping to the Right Hand Side of the river) to the start line, which is under the Epping Rd Bridge, then turn around and face upstream and await their start. You should be on the water at least 5 minute before your start.
*Paddlers start in their handicap groups at the following intervals
->0 minute group: 6.25pm start (beginners and slow paddlers)
->+2 minute group: 6:27pm start
->+4 minute group: 6:29pm start
->...
->+24 minute Handicap: 6:49pm start (very fast paddlers)
*When the paddler's handicap start time is called, paddlers line up behind the start, are accounted for by the timekeepers, before being started at the appropriate time.
*An illuminated timing board shows you your time at the start and finish, and the results are also posted on the LCRK website each week
.
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Virtually any paddle craft can be used in the time trial. Popular boats include sea kayaks, multisports, K1s, TK1s, Flashes, Ocean Racing skis, etc.
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Virtually any paddle craft can be used in the time trial. Popular boats include sea kayaks, multisports, K1s, TK1s, Flashes, Ocean Racing skis.
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!!! Regulations
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!!! Safety and Regulations
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!!! Time Trial Procedure
*Register for
the time trial by entering your number and name against your handicap start time, sign form and affirm that you are a member of PaddleNSW (for insurance purposes). Your first handicap start time will be given to you by a committee member following a discussion with you regarding your experience. Your subsequent start times are self-assigned based on your previous results (excluding Crudslime Cup nights, where start times are set by The Handicapper).
*Every paddler must display a reflective number or letter board on their boat identifying them to the timekeepers. Fully paid-up members will receive a number board which is theirs to keep, and visitors or first-timers will receive a letter board which they use for that night only.
*There are 3 measured distances available for paddlers, with a 6km distance for beginners or those in slower craft, a 9km intermediate course, and 12 km for regular experienced paddlers. The 12km distance will take anywhere from 50 minutes (~14 km/h) for the faster paddlers to 80 minutes (~9km/h) for the slower paddlers. It is recommended that paddlers stick with the 6km and 9km courses until they can complete 12km in under 80 minutes.
*Once on the water at the pontoon, paddlers go downstream 200m (keeping to the Right Hand Side of the river) to the start line, which is under the Epping Rd Bridge, then turn around and face upstream and await their start. It is recommended you are on the water at least 5 minute before your start.
*Paddlers start in their handicap groups at the following intervals
->0 minute group: 6.25pm start (beginners and slow paddlers)
->+2 minute group: 6:27pm start
->+4 minute group: 6:29pm start
->+6 minute group: 6:31pm start
->...
->+24 minute Handicap: 6:49pm start (very fast paddlers)
*When the paddler's handicap start time is called, paddlers line up behind the start and are accounted for by the timekeepers, before being started at the appropriate time.
*An illuminated timing board shows you your time at the start and finish, and the results are also posted on the LCRK website each week
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* If you do not complete the course for any reason you must return to the start line and make the timekeepers aware of your presence so they can mark off your number. This is necessary to avoid instigating a search procedure.
* Paddlers passing the 6km turn buoy after 7.30pm on their downstream leg, must turn back to the
start to avoid unnecessary search procedures being commenced.
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* If you do not complete the course for any reason you must return to the start line and make the timekeepers aware of your presence so they can mark off your number. This is necessary to avoid instigating a search procedure.
* Paddlers passing the 6km turn buoy after 7.30pm on their downstream leg, must turn back to the start to avoid unnecessary search procedures being commenced.

!!! Parking
* Please do not park close to the amenities building unless you have equipment required for the running of the time trial. Park in the designated car park area.
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* [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/Handicap1.html| Crudslime and Coffee Cup Handicaps]]
* [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/Handicap2.html| Doubles Cup Handicaps]]
* [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/StartTimes.html| Recommended Non-cup Start Times]]
* [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/StartList.html| Start List - Pre-registrations]]
* [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/results.html | Preliminary Results for Most Recent Timetrial]]
* [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/index.html | Result History]]
* [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/CupPoints.html | Cup Points]]
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* %newwin%[[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/Handicap1.html| Crudslime and Coffee Cup Handicaps]]
* %newwin%[[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/Handicap2.html| Doubles Cup Handicaps]]
* %newwin%[[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/StartTimes.html| Recommended Non-cup Start Times]]
* %newwin%[[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/StartList.html| Start List - Pre-registrations]]
* %newwin%[[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/results.html | Preliminary Results for Most Recent Timetrial]]
* %newwin%[[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/index.html | Result History]]
* %newwin%[[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/CupPoints.html | Cup Points]]
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-> %newwin% [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRjBWjLr5Ew|Fly the 12km course!]] %%
-> %newwin% [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59olfIR00hM|Video of 12km course in Autumn]] %%
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-> %newwin% [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRjBWjLr5Ew|Fly the 12km course! (video)]] %%
-> %newwin% [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59olfIR00hM|12km course from the water in Autumn (video)]] %%
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* Third Wednesday of the month: Reverse Course - Head downstream from the start
* Fourth & Fifth Wednesdays of the month: Standard Timetrial
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* Third Wednesday of the month: Reverse Course - Head downstream from the start using [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/StartTimes.html|recommended start time]]
* Fourth & Fifth Wednesdays of the month: Standard Timetrial using [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/StartTimes.html|recommended start time]]
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* First Wednesday of the month: Singles Cup - Start on your [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/Handicap1.html|allocated handicap]] to score cup points.
* Second Wednesday of the month: Doubles Cup - Try a double and start on your [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/Handicap2.html| allocated handicap]] to score cup points.
* Third Wednesday of the month: Reverse Course: Head downstream from the start
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* First Wednesday of the month: Singles Cup - Start on your [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/Handicap1.html|allocated handicap]] to score cup points
* Second Wednesday of the month: Doubles Cup - Try a double and start on your [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/Handicap2.html| allocated handicap]] to score cup points
* Third Wednesday of the month: Reverse Course - Head downstream from the start
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* First Wednesday of the month: Singles Cup - Start on your allocated handicap to score cup points.
* Second Wednesday of the month: Doubles Cup - Try a double and start on your allocated handicap
to score cup points.
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* First Wednesday of the month: Singles Cup - Start on your [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/Handicap1.html|allocated handicap]] to score cup points.
* Second Wednesday of the month: Doubles Cup - Try a double and start on your [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/Handicap2.html| allocated handicap]]
to score cup points.
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!!! Schedule
* First Wednesday of the month: Singles Cup - Start on your allocated handicap to score cup points.
* Second Wednesday of the month: Doubles Cup - Try a double and start on your allocated handicap to score cup points.
* Third Wednesday of the month: Reverse Course: Head downstream from the start
* Fourth & Fifth Wednesdays of the month: Standard Timetrial
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-> %newwin% [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRjBWjLr5Ew|Fly the course!]] %%
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-> %newwin% [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRjBWjLr5Ew|Fly the 12km course!]] %%
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-> %newwin% [[https://youtu.be/2KugTA_D6LU|Fly the 6km course!]] %%
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[[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|View the course map]] \\
[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRjBWjLr5Ew|Fly the course!]] \\
[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59olfIR00hM|Video of 12km course in Autumn]] \\
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-> %newwin% [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|View the course map]] %%
-> %newwin%
[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRjBWjLr5Ew|Fly the course!]] %%
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[[www.youtube.com/watch?v=59olfIR00hM|Video of 12km course in Autumn]] \\
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[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRjBWjLr5Ew|Fly the course!]] \\
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The Wednesday Night Time Trial is the thread that ties LCRK together. A large number of regulars turn up each week rain, hail or shine to take on the clock and each other. There's plenty of talk before and after the paddling but on the water it's eyes forward. [[Main/Photo|%blue%{+Here is a video+}]] of a K2 completing the 12km circuit in Autumn.\\
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The Wednesday Night Time Trial is the thread that ties LCRK together. A large number of regulars turn up each week rain, hail or shine to take on the clock and each other. There's plenty of talk before and after the paddling but on the water it's eyes forward. \\
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[[www.youtube.com/watch?v=59olfIR00hM|Video of 12km course in Autumn]] \\
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The Wednesday Night Time Trial is the thread that ties LCRK together. A large number of regulars turn up each week rain, hail or shine to take on the clock and each other. There's plenty of talk before and after the paddling but on the water it's eyes forward. [[Main/Photo|%blue%{+Here is a video+}]] of a K2 completing the 12km circuit in Autumn.
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The Wednesday Night Time Trial is the thread that ties LCRK together. A large number of regulars turn up each week rain, hail or shine to take on the clock and each other. There's plenty of talk before and after the paddling but on the water it's eyes forward. [[Main/Photo|%blue%{+Here is a video+}]] of a K2 completing the 12km circuit in Autumn.\\
[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRjBWjLr5Ew|Fly the course!]] \\
[[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|Course map]] \\
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The Wednesday Night Paddle takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the [[http://goo.gl/maps/BFQ0s|Chatswood Athletic Field]] on the corner of Epping and Mowbray Roads, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|the course]] from a pontoon.
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The Wednesday Night Paddle takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the [[http://goo.gl/maps/BFQ0s|Chatswood Athletic Field]] on the corner of Epping and Mowbray Roads, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the course from a pontoon.
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* Complete (online) a PaddleNSW [[https://www.paddlensw.org.au/single-event-registration|{+single event form+}]] for insurance purposes; event is "LCRK Time Trial" and cost is $20. Alternatively, fill in a supplied copy of this form on the night for the same $20. Temporary members may attend five Wednesday night paddles paying $20 each night after which full membership fees must be paid.
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* Complete (online) a PaddleNSW [[https://www.paddlensw.org.au/single-event-registration|{+single event temporary membership form+}]] for insurance purposes; event is "LCRK Time Trial" and cost is $20. Alternatively, fill in a supplied copy of this form on the night for the same $20. Temporary members may attend five Wednesday night paddles paying $20 each night after which full membership fees must be paid.
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* Fill in a form to gain temporary membership and pay $20 for the night. Temporary members may attend five Wednesday night paddles paying $20 each night after which full membership fees must be paid.
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* Complete (online) a PaddleNSW [[https://www.paddlensw.org.au/single-event-registration|{+single event form+}]] for insurance purposes; event is "LCRK Time Trial" and cost is $20. Alternatively, fill in a supplied copy of this form on the night for the same $20. Temporary members may attend five Wednesday night paddles paying $20 each night after which full membership fees must be paid.
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* Fill in a form to gain temporary membership and pay $15 for the night. Temporary members may attend five Wednesday night paddles paying $15 each night after which full membership fees must be paid.
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* Fill in a form to gain temporary membership and pay $20 for the night. Temporary members may attend five Wednesday night paddles paying $20 each night after which full membership fees must be paid.
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* Novice/first-time paddlers may only take part during summer months (November - March)
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* Novice/first-time paddlers may only take part during daylight saving months (~November - ~March)
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The Wednesday Night Time Trial is the thread that ties LCRK together. A large number of regulars turn up each week rain, hail or shine to take on the clock and each other. There's plenty of talk before and after the paddling but on the water it's eyes forward. [[Main/Photo|%blue%{+Here is a video+}]] of a K2 completing the 12km circuit in Autumn.
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The Wednesday Night Time Trial is the thread that ties LCRK together. A large number of regulars turn up each week rain, hail or shine to take on the clock and each other. There's plenty of talk before and after the paddling but on the water it's eyes forward. %blue%[[Main/Photo|{+Here is a video+}]] of a K2 completing the 12km circuit in Autumn.
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*There are 2 measured distances available for paddlers, with a 6km distance for beginners or those in slower craft, and 12 km for regular experienced paddlers. The 12km distance will take anywhere from 50 minutes (~14 km/h) for the faster paddlers to 80 minutes (~9km/h) for the slower paddlers. It is recommended that paddlers stick with the 6km courses until they can complete it in under 40 minutes.
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*There are 3 measured distances available for paddlers, with a 6km distance for beginners or those in slower craft, a 9km intermediate course, and 12 km for regular experienced paddlers. The 12km distance will take anywhere from 50 minutes (~14 km/h) for the faster paddlers to 80 minutes (~9km/h) for the slower paddlers. It is recommended that paddlers stick with the 6km and 9km courses until they can complete 12km in under 80 minutes.
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* The [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|9km]] course is similar to the 12km course, except that instead of going all the way to Figtree Bridge, paddlers turn anticlockwise around the first red floating buoy over on the right just past the narrows at Sugarloaf Pt.
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!!! River Map
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* [[ http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/results.html | Preliminary Results for Most Recent Timetrial]]
* [[ http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/index.html | Result History]]
* Points: [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/2015CrudslimeCup.html|Crudslime]] - [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/2015CoffeeCup.html|Coffee]] - [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/2015DoublesCup.html|Doubles]]
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* Points: [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/2015CrudslimeCup.html|Crudslime]] - [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/2015CoffeeCup.html|Coffee]] - [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/2015DoublesCup.html|Doubles]]
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* Points: [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/2015CrudslimeCup.html|Crudslime]],[[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/2015CoffeeCup.html|Coffee]],[[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/2015DoublesCup.html|Doubles]]
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* Points: [[C:\Users\LCRK\Desktop\Dev\Timekeeper\Web\2015CrudslimeCup.html|Crudslime]]
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* [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/Handicap1.html| Crudslime and Coffee Cup Handicaps]]
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The Wednesday Night Time Trial is the thread that ties LCRK together. A large number of regulars turn up each week rain, hail or shine to take on the clock and each other. There's plenty of talk before and after the paddling but on the water it's eyes forward.
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The Wednesday Night Time Trial is the thread that ties LCRK together. A large number of regulars turn up each week rain, hail or shine to take on the clock and each other. There's plenty of talk before and after the paddling but on the water it's eyes forward.

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* [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/startlist.html| Pre-registration Start List]]
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* [[ http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/index.html | Result History]]
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* [[ http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/index.html | Full Result History]]
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* Be a member of PaddleNSW or another PaddleNSW-affiliated paddle club and pay $6 for the night
* Fill in a form to gain temporary membership and pay $10 for the night. Temporary members may attend five Wednesday night paddles paying $10 each night after which full membership fees must be paid.
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* Be a member of PaddleNSW or another PaddleNSW-affiliated paddle club and pay $7 for the night
* Fill in a form to gain temporary membership and pay $15 for the night. Temporary members may attend five Wednesday night paddles paying $15 each night after which full membership fees must be paid.
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*When the paddler's handicap start time is called, paddlers line up near the start and are accounted for by the timekeepers, before being started at the appropriate time.
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*When the paddler's handicap start time is called, paddlers line up behind the start and are accounted for by the timekeepers, before being started at the appropriate time.
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* [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/handicap2.html| Doubles Cup Handicaps]]
* [[http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/startlist.html| Pre-registration Start List (pre-paid members only)]]
* [[ http://www.lcrk.org.au/timetrial/results.html | Preliminary Results for Most Recent Timetrial]]
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* Be a [[Main/JoinLCRK|member of LCRK and PaddleNSW]] and pay $5 for the night (waived if you buy a $70 season pass)
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* Be a [[Main/JoinLCRK|member of LCRK and PaddleNSW]] and pay $5 for the night (or pay $70 for a full year of time trials)
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* Be a [[Main/JoinLCRK|member of LCRK and PaddleNSW]] and pay $5 for the night
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* Be a [[Main/JoinLCRK|member of LCRK and PaddleNSW]] and pay $5 for the night (waived if you buy a $70 season pass)
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* Be a [[Main/JoinLCRK|member of LCRK and PaddleNSW]] and pay $4 for the night
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* Be a [[Main/JoinLCRK|member of LCRK and PaddleNSW]] and pay $5 for the night
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* Be a [[Main/JoinLCRK|member of LCRK and PaddleNSW]] and pay $4 for the night
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*There are 2 measured distances available for paddlers, with a 6km distance for beginners or those in slower craft, and 12 km for regular experienced paddlers. The 12km distance will take anywhere from 50 minutes for the faster paddlers to 80 minutes for the slower paddlers. It is recommended that paddlers stick with the 6km courses until they can complete it in under 40 minutes.
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*There are 2 measured distances available for paddlers, with a 6km distance for beginners or those in slower craft, and 12 km for regular experienced paddlers. The 12km distance will take anywhere from 50 minutes (~14 km/h) for the faster paddlers to 80 minutes (~9km/h) for the slower paddlers. It is recommended that paddlers stick with the 6km courses until they can complete it in under 40 minutes.
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*There are 3 measured distances available for paddlers, with a 6km distance for beginners or those in slower craft, 9km for intermediate paddlers, and 12 km for regular experienced paddlers. The 12km distance will take anywhere from 50 minutes for the faster paddlers to 80 minutes for the slower paddlers. It is recommended that paddlers stick with the 6km and 9km courses until they can complete 12km in under 80 minutes.
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*There are 2 measured distances available for paddlers, with a 6km distance for beginners or those in slower craft, and 12 km for regular experienced paddlers. The 12km distance will take anywhere from 50 minutes for the faster paddlers to 80 minutes for the slower paddlers. It is recommended that paddlers stick with the 6km courses until they can complete it in under 40 minutes.
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* The [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|9km]] course is similar to the 12km course, except that instead of going all the way to Figtree Bridge, paddlers turn anticlockwise around the first red floating buoy over on the right just past the narrows at Sugarloaf Pt.
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->-5 minute group: 6.25pm start (beginners and slow paddlers)
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->0 minute group: 6.25pm start (beginners and slow paddlers)
->+3 minute group: 6:28pm start
->+5 minute group: 6:30pm start
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->+25 minute Handicap: 6:50pm start (very fast paddlers)
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The Wednesday Night Time Trial is the thread that ties LCRK together. A large number of regulars turn up each week light or dark, rain, hail or shine, to take on the clock and each other. There is plenty of talk before and after the paddling but on the water it's eyes forward.
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The Wednesday Night Time Trial is the thread that ties LCRK together. A large number of regulars turn up each week rain, hail or shine to take on the clock and each other. There's plenty of talk before and after the paddling but on the water it's eyes forward.
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!!!Newcomers and prospective members
Please visit our [[Main/JoinLCRK|membership page]] for information on getting involved.
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The Wednesday Night Paddle takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the [[http://goo.gl/maps/BFQ0s|Chatswood Athletic Field]] on the corner of Epping and Mowbray Roads, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the water from a pontoon.
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The Wednesday Night Paddle takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the [[http://goo.gl/maps/BFQ0s|Chatswood Athletic Field]] on the corner of Epping and Mowbray Roads, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|the course]] from a pontoon.
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The Wednesday Night Time Trial is the thread that ties LCRK together. A large number of regulars turn up each week light or dark, rain, hail or shine, to take on the clock and each other. There is plenty of talk before and after the paddling but on the water it's eyes forward. Wednesday nights are a great opportunity to meet experienced paddlers and improve your fitness and skills. Please read the following so that you are aware of your responsibilities on and off the water.
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The Wednesday Night Time Trial is the thread that ties LCRK together. A large number of regulars turn up each week light or dark, rain, hail or shine, to take on the clock and each other. There is plenty of talk before and after the paddling but on the water it's eyes forward.

Wednesday nights are a great opportunity to meet experienced paddlers and improve your fitness and skills. Please read the following so that you are aware of your responsibilities on and off the water.
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The Wednesday Night Time Trial is the thread that ties LCRK together. A large number of regulars turn up each week light or dark, rain, hail or shine, to take on the clock and each other. There is plenty of talk before and after the paddling but on the water it's eyes forward. Wednesday nights are a great opportunity to meet experienced paddlers, and to take part in a well organised, safe and fun paddle that improves your fitness and skills. Please read the following so that you are aware of your responsibilities on and off the water.
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The Wednesday Night Time Trial is the thread that ties LCRK together. A large number of regulars turn up each week light or dark, rain, hail or shine, to take on the clock and each other. There is plenty of talk before and after the paddling but on the water it's eyes forward. Wednesday nights are a great opportunity to meet experienced paddlers and improve your fitness and skills. Please read the following so that you are aware of your responsibilities on and off the water.
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#Register for the time trial by entering your number and name against your handicap start time, sign form and affirm that you are a member of PaddleNSW (for insurance purposes). Your first handicap start time will be given to you by a committee member following a discussion with you regarding your experience. Your subsequent start times are self-assigned based on your previous results (excluding Crudslime Cup nights, where start times are set by The Handicapper).
#Every paddler must display a reflective number or letter board on their boat identifying them to the timekeepers. Fully paid-up members will receive a number board which is theirs to keep, and visitors or first-timers will receive a letter board which they use for that night only.
#There are 3 measured distances available for paddlers, with a 6km distance for beginners or those in slower craft, 9km for intermediate paddlers, and 12 km for regular experienced paddlers. The 12km distance will take anywhere from 50 minutes for the faster paddlers to 80 minutes for the slower paddlers. It is recommended that paddlers stick with the 6km and 9km courses until they can complete 12km in under 80 minutes.
#Once on the water at the pontoon, paddlers go downstream 200m (keeping to the Right Hand Side of the river) to the start line, which is under the Epping Rd Bridge, then turn around and face upstream and await their start. It is recommended you are on the water at least 5 minute before your start.
# Paddlers start in their handicap groups at the following intervals
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*Register for the time trial by entering your number and name against your handicap start time, sign form and affirm that you are a member of PaddleNSW (for insurance purposes). Your first handicap start time will be given to you by a committee member following a discussion with you regarding your experience. Your subsequent start times are self-assigned based on your previous results (excluding Crudslime Cup nights, where start times are set by The Handicapper).
*Every paddler must display a reflective number or letter board on their boat identifying them to the timekeepers. Fully paid-up members will receive a number board which is theirs to keep, and visitors or first-timers will receive a letter board which they use for that night only.
*There are 3 measured distances available for paddlers, with a 6km distance for beginners or those in slower craft, 9km for intermediate paddlers, and 12 km for regular experienced paddlers. The 12km distance will take anywhere from 50 minutes for the faster paddlers to 80 minutes for the slower paddlers. It is recommended that paddlers stick with the 6km and 9km courses until they can complete 12km in under 80 minutes.
*Once on the water at the pontoon, paddlers go downstream 200m (keeping to the Right Hand Side of the river) to the start line, which is under the Epping Rd Bridge, then turn around and face upstream and await their start. It is recommended you are on the water at least 5 minute before your start.
*Paddlers start in their handicap groups at the following intervals
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#When the paddler's handicap start time is called, paddlers line up near the start and are accounted for by the timekeepers, before being started at the appropriate time.
* An illuminated timing board shows you your time at the start and finish, and the results are also posted on the LCRK website each week.
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*When the paddler's handicap start time is called, paddlers line up near the start and are accounted for by the timekeepers, before being started at the appropriate time.
*An illuminated timing board shows you your time at the start and finish, and the results are also posted on the LCRK website each week.
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The Wednesday Night Time Trial is the thread that ties LCRK together. A large number of regulars turn up each week light or dark, clear or rain, warm or cold, to take on the clock and each other. There is plenty of talk before and after the paddling but on the water it's eyes forward. Wednesday nights are a great opportunity to meet experienced paddlers and improve.

Our aim is to have
a well organised, safe and fun paddle that improves your fitness and skills. Please read the following so that you are aware of your responsibilities on and off the water.
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The Wednesday Night Time Trial is the thread that ties LCRK together. A large number of regulars turn up each week light or dark, rain, hail or shine, to take on the clock and each other. There is plenty of talk before and after the paddling but on the water it's eyes forward. Wednesday nights are a great opportunity to meet experienced paddlers, and to take part in a well organised, safe and fun paddle that improves your fitness and skills. Please read the following so that you are aware of your responsibilities on and off the water.
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The Wednesday Night Paddle is a [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|12km]], [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|9km]], or [[http://goo.gl/maps/yLwtx|6km]] time trial which takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the [[http://goo.gl/maps/BFQ0s|Chatswood Athletic Field]] on the corner of Epping and Mowbray Roads, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the water from a pontoon.
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The Wednesday Night Paddle takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the [[http://goo.gl/maps/BFQ0s|Chatswood Athletic Field]] on the corner of Epping and Mowbray Roads, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the water from a pontoon.
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* Novice/first-time paddlers may only take part during summer months (November - March)
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* Register for the time trial by entering your number and name against your handicap start time, sign form and affirm that you are a member of PaddleNSW (for insurance purposes). Your first handicap start time will be given to you by a committee member following a discussion with you regarding your experience. Your subsequent start times are self-assigned based on your previous results (excluding Crudslime Cup nights, where start times are set by The Handicapper).
* Every paddler must display a reflective number or letter board on their boat identifying them to the timekeepers. Fully paid-up members will receive a number board which is theirs to keep, and visitors or first-timers will receive a letter board which they use for that night only.
*There are 3 measured distances available for paddlers, with a 6km distance for beginners or those in slower craft, 9km for intermediate paddlers, and 12 km for regular experienced paddlers. The 12km distance will take anything from 50 minutes for the faster paddlers to 90 minutes for the slower paddlers. It is recommended that paddlers do the 6km or 9km courses until they can complete 12km in under 80 minutes.
* Once on the water at the pontoon, paddlers go downstream 200m (keeping to the Right Hand Side of the river) to the start line, which is under the Epping Rd Bridge, then turn around and face upstream and await their start. It is recommended you are on the water at least 5 minute before your start.
* Paddlers start in their handicap groups at the following intervals
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#Register for the time trial by entering your number and name against your handicap start time, sign form and affirm that you are a member of PaddleNSW (for insurance purposes). Your first handicap start time will be given to you by a committee member following a discussion with you regarding your experience. Your subsequent start times are self-assigned based on your previous results (excluding Crudslime Cup nights, where start times are set by The Handicapper).
#Every paddler must display a reflective number or letter board on their boat identifying them to the timekeepers. Fully paid-up members will receive a number board which is theirs to keep, and visitors or first-timers will receive a letter board which they use for that night only.
#There are 3 measured distances available for paddlers, with a 6km distance for beginners or those in slower craft, 9km for intermediate paddlers, and 12 km for regular experienced paddlers. The 12km distance will take anywhere from 50 minutes for the faster paddlers to 80 minutes for the slower paddlers. It is recommended that paddlers stick with the 6km and 9km courses until they can complete 12km in under 80 minutes.
#Once on the water at the pontoon, paddlers go downstream 200m (keeping to the Right Hand Side of the river) to the start line, which is under the Epping Rd Bridge, then turn around and face upstream and await their start. It is recommended you are on the water at least 5 minute before your start.
# Paddlers start in their handicap groups at the following intervals
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* When the paddler's handicap start time is called, paddlers line up near the start and are accounted for by the timekeepers, before being started at the appropriate time.
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#When the paddler's handicap start time is called, paddlers line up near the start and are accounted for by the timekeepers, before being started at the appropriate time.
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Virtually any paddle craft can be used in the time trial. Popular boats include sea kayaks, multisports, K1s, TK1s, Flashs, Ocean Racing skis, etc.
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Virtually any paddle craft can be used in the time trial. Popular boats include sea kayaks, multisports, K1s, TK1s, Flashes, Ocean Racing skis, etc.
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* Register for the time trial by entering your number and name against your handicap start time, sign form and affirm that you are a member of PaddleNSW (for insurance purposes). Your first handicap start time will be given to you by the Wednesday Night Convenor or a committee member following a discussion with you regarding your experience and your boat. Your subsequent start times are self-assigned based on your previous results (excluding Crudslime Cup nights, where start times are set by The Handicapper).
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* Register for the time trial by entering your number and name against your handicap start time, sign form and affirm that you are a member of PaddleNSW (for insurance purposes). Your first handicap start time will be given to you by a committee member following a discussion with you regarding your experience. Your subsequent start times are self-assigned based on your previous results (excluding Crudslime Cup nights, where start times are set by The Handicapper).
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* Be a member of PaddleNSW or another PaddleNSW-affiliated paddle club and pay $4 for the night
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* Be a member of PaddleNSW or another PaddleNSW-affiliated paddle club and pay $6 for the night
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* The [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|9km] course is similar to the 12km course, except that instead of going all the way to Figtree Bridge, paddlers turn anticlockwise around the first red floating buoy over on the right just past the narrows at Sugarloaf Pt.
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* The [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|9km]] course is similar to the 12km course, except that instead of going all the way to Figtree Bridge, paddlers turn anticlockwise around the first red floating buoy over on the right just past the narrows at Sugarloaf Pt.
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The Wednesday Night Paddle is a [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|12km]], [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|9km], or [[http://goo.gl/maps/yLwtx|6km]] time trial which takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the [[http://goo.gl/maps/BFQ0s|Chatswood Athletic Field]] on the corner of Epping and Mowbray Roads, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the water from a pontoon.
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The Wednesday Night Paddle is a [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|12km]], [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|9km]], or [[http://goo.gl/maps/yLwtx|6km]] time trial which takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the [[http://goo.gl/maps/BFQ0s|Chatswood Athletic Field]] on the corner of Epping and Mowbray Roads, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the water from a pontoon.
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The Wednesday Night Paddle is a [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|12km]], 9km, or [[http://goo.gl/maps/yLwtx|6km]] time trial which takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the [[http://goo.gl/maps/BFQ0s|Chatswood Athletic Field]] on the corner of Epping and Mowbray Roads, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the water from a pontoon.
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The Wednesday Night Paddle is a [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|12km]], [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|9km], or [[http://goo.gl/maps/yLwtx|6km]] time trial which takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the [[http://goo.gl/maps/BFQ0s|Chatswood Athletic Field]] on the corner of Epping and Mowbray Roads, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the water from a pontoon.
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* The 9km course is similar to the 12km course, except that instead of going all the way to Figtree Bridge, paddlers turn anticlockwise around the first red floating buoy over on the right, just past the narrows at Sugarloaf Pt.
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* The [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|9km] course is similar to the 12km course, except that instead of going all the way to Figtree Bridge, paddlers turn anticlockwise around the first red floating buoy over on the right just past the narrows at Sugarloaf Pt.
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The Wednesday Night Paddle is a [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|12km]] or [[http://goo.gl/maps/yLwtx|6km]] time trial which takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the [[http://goo.gl/maps/BFQ0s|Chatswood Athletic Field]] on the corner of Epping and Mowbray Roads, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the water from a pontoon.
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The Wednesday Night Paddle is a [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|12km]], 9km, or [[http://goo.gl/maps/yLwtx|6km]] time trial which takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the [[http://goo.gl/maps/BFQ0s|Chatswood Athletic Field]] on the corner of Epping and Mowbray Roads, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the water from a pontoon.
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*There are 2 measured distances available for paddlers, with a 6km distance for beginners or those in slower craft, and a 12 km distance for regular paddlers. The 12km distance will take anything from 50 minutes for the faster paddlers to 90 minutes for the slower paddlers. It is recommended that paddlers do the 6km course until they can complete 6km in under 40 minutes.
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*There are 3 measured distances available for paddlers, with a 6km distance for beginners or those in slower craft, 9km for intermediate paddlers, and 12 km for regular experienced paddlers. The 12km distance will take anything from 50 minutes for the faster paddlers to 90 minutes for the slower paddlers. It is recommended that paddlers do the 6km or 9km courses until they can complete 12km in under 80 minutes.
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* The 9km course is similar to the 12km course, except that instead of going all the way to Figtree Bridge, paddlers turn anticlockwise around the first red floating buoy over on the right, just past the narrows at Sugarloaf Pt.
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* Register for the time trial by entering your number and name against your handicap start time (see below), sign form and affirm that you are a member of PaddleNSW (for insurance purposes). Your first handicap start time will be given to you by the Wednesday Night Convenor or a committee member following a discussion with you regarding your experience and your boat. Your subsequent start times are self-assigned based on your previous results (excluding Crudslime Cup nights, where start times are set by The Handicapper).
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* Register for the time trial by entering your number and name against your handicap start time, sign form and affirm that you are a member of PaddleNSW (for insurance purposes). Your first handicap start time will be given to you by the Wednesday Night Convenor or a committee member following a discussion with you regarding your experience and your boat. Your subsequent start times are self-assigned based on your previous results (excluding Crudslime Cup nights, where start times are set by The Handicapper).
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Most paddlers supply their own kayaks, hwoever the club has various craft available for members to borrow, including several craft suiatble for new members. Refer to our [[Main/Fleet|Club Boat]] page.
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Most paddlers supply their own kayaks, however the club has various boats available for members to borrow, including several suitable for novice members to try out. Refer to our [[Main/Fleet|Club Boat]] page.
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!!! Suitable Craft
Virtually any paddle craft can be used in the time trial. Popular boats include sea kayaks, multisports, K1s, TK1s, Flashs, Ocean Racing skis, etc.
Most paddlers supply their own kayaks, hwoever the club has various craft available for members to borrow, including several craft suiatble for new members. Refer to our [[Main/Fleet|Club Boat]] page.
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* Be a member of LCRK and pay $4 for the night
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* Be a [[Main/JoinLCRK|member of LCRK]] and pay $4 for the night
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*We hope you enjoy being part of the Lane Cove River Kayakers experience on the beautiful Lane Cove River.
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We hope you enjoy being part of the Lane Cove River Kayakers experience on the beautiful Lane Cove River!
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'''How the Wednesday time trial works'''
* Register for the time trial by entering your number and name against your handicap start time (see
below), sign form and affirm that you are a member of PaddleNSW (for insurance purposes). Your first handicap start time will be given to you by the Wednesday Night Convenor or a committee member following a discussion with you regarding your experience and your boat. Your subsequent start times are self-assigned based on your previous results.
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!!! Time Trial Procedure
* Register for the time trial by entering your number and name against your handicap start time (see
below), sign form and affirm that you are a member of PaddleNSW (for insurance purposes). Your first handicap start time will be given to you by the Wednesday Night Convenor or a committee member following a discussion with you regarding your experience and your boat. Your subsequent start times are self-assigned based on your previous results (excluding Crudslime Cup nights, where start times are set by The Handicapper).
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The Wednesday Night Time Trial is the thread that ties LCRK together. A large number of regulars turn up each week light or dark, clear or rain, warm or cold, to take on the clock and each other. There is plenty of talk before and after the paddling but on the water it's eyes forward. Wednesday nights are a great opportunity to meet experienced paddlers and improve."
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The Wednesday Night Time Trial is the thread that ties LCRK together. A large number of regulars turn up each week light or dark, clear or rain, warm or cold, to take on the clock and each other. There is plenty of talk before and after the paddling but on the water it's eyes forward. Wednesday nights are a great opportunity to meet experienced paddlers and improve.
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The Wednesday Night Time Trial is the thread that ties LCRK together. A large number of regulars turn up each week light or dark, clear or rain, warm or cold, to take on the clock and each other. There is plenty of talk before and after the paddling but on the water it's eyes forward. Wednesday nights are a great opportunity to meet experienced paddlers and improve."
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Kayaking is a potentially dangerous sport (especially after dark) and all paddlers must be familiar with and comply with all the applicable [[Safety|'''safety requirements''']] when taking part in the Wednesday Night Time Trial.
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Kayaking is a potentially dangerous sport (especially after dark) and all paddlers must be familiar with and comply with all the applicable [[Safety|'''safety requirements''']], including PFD and lighting requirements, when taking part in the Wednesday Night Time Trial.
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*Be a member of LCRK and pay $4 for the night
*Be a member of PaddleNSW or another PaddleNSW-affiliated paddle club and pay $4 for the night
*Fill in a form to gain temporary membership and pay $10 for the night. Temporary members may attend five Wednesday night paddles paying $10 each night after which full membership fees must be paid.
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* Be a member of LCRK and pay $4 for the night
* Be a member of PaddleNSW or another PaddleNSW-affiliated paddle club and pay $4 for the night
* Fill in a form to gain temporary membership and pay $10 for the night. Temporary members may attend five Wednesday night paddles paying $10 each night after which full membership fees must be paid.
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*First time paddlers must do the course with an experienced member
*Under 15 paddlers must be accompanied by an adult member at all times
*All members are expected to take part in timekeeping duties when requested, usually twice per year
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* First time paddlers must do the course with an experienced member
* Under 15 paddlers must be accompanied by an adult member at all times
* All members are expected to take part in timekeeping duties when requested, usually twice per year
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*Register for the time trial by entering your number and name against your handicap start time (see below), sign form and affirm that you are a member of PaddleNSW (for insurance purposes). Your first handicap start time will be given to you by the Wednesday Night Convenor or a committee member following a discussion with you regarding your experience and your boat. Your subsequent start times are self-assigned based on your previous results.
*Every paddler must display a reflective number or letter board on their boat identifying them to the timekeepers. Fully paid-up members will receive a number board which is theirs to keep, and visitors or first-timers will receive a letter board which they use for that night only.
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* Register for the time trial by entering your number and name against your handicap start time (see below), sign form and affirm that you are a member of PaddleNSW (for insurance purposes). Your first handicap start time will be given to you by the Wednesday Night Convenor or a committee member following a discussion with you regarding your experience and your boat. Your subsequent start times are self-assigned based on your previous results.
* Every paddler must display a reflective number or letter board on their boat identifying them to the timekeepers. Fully paid-up members will receive a number board which is theirs to keep, and visitors or first-timers will receive a letter board which they use for that night only.
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*Once on the water at the pontoon, paddlers go downstream 200m (keeping to the Right Hand Side of the river) to the start line, which is under the Epping Rd Bridge, then turn around and face upstream and await their start. It is recommended you are on the water at least 5 minute before your start.
*Paddlers start in their handicap groups at the following intervals
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* Once on the water at the pontoon, paddlers go downstream 200m (keeping to the Right Hand Side of the river) to the start line, which is under the Epping Rd Bridge, then turn around and face upstream and await their start. It is recommended you are on the water at least 5 minute before your start.
* Paddlers start in their handicap groups at the following intervals
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->+20minute Handicap: 6:50pm start (very fast paddlers)
*When the paddler's handicap start time is called, paddlers line up near the start and are accounted for by the timekeepers, before being started at the appropriate time.
*An illuminated timing board shows you your time at the start and finish, and the results are also posted on the LCRK website each week.
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->+20 minute Handicap: 6:50pm start (very fast paddlers)
* When the paddler's handicap start time is called, paddlers line up near the start and are accounted for by the timekeepers, before being started at the appropriate time.
* An illuminated timing board shows you your time at the start and finish, and the results are also posted on the LCRK website each week.
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*The [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|12km]] course follows the river upstream to Fullers Bridge, turning anticlockwise around the right hand pylon, then downstream past the pontoon and all the way to the last red (port) marker pylon before the Figtree bridge. Paddlers turn anticlockwise around this marker also, before returning upstream to the finish line under the Epping Rd Bridge.
*The [[http://goo.gl/maps/yLwtx|6km]] course is similar to the 12km course, except that instead of going all the way to Figtree Bridge, paddlers turn anticlockwise around the first red floating buoy downstream of the footbridge, before returning upstream to the finish line at Epping Rd.
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* The [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|12km]] course follows the river upstream to Fullers Bridge, turning anticlockwise around the right hand pylon, then downstream past the pontoon and all the way to the last red (port) marker pylon before the Figtree bridge. Paddlers turn anticlockwise around this marker also, before returning upstream to the finish line under the Epping Rd Bridge.
* The [[http://goo.gl/maps/yLwtx|6km]] course is similar to the 12km course, except that instead of going all the way to Figtree Bridge, paddlers turn anticlockwise around the first red floating buoy downstream of the footbridge, before returning upstream to the finish line at Epping Rd.
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*Kayak with bow in front at each turn has right of way.
*Keep to the right of the channel at all times. Veer right to avoid an oncoming kayak.
*When overtaking on a corner, go wide and to the outside of the slower kayak. Give a boat length clearance before cutting in. The boat in front has right of way. Do not call a warning to the boat in front as this can lead to confusion. The onus is on the passing boat to pass safely and courteously.
*Be aware of fishermen and stay away from their lines.
*Do not call your number at the finish line unless requested to do so by the timekeepers.
*If you do not complete the course for any reason you must return to the start line and make the timekeepers aware of your presence so they can mark off your number. This is necessary to avoid instigating a search procedure.
*Paddlers passing the 6km turn buoy after 7.30pm on their downstream leg, must turn back to the start to avoid unnecessary search procedures being commenced.
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* Kayak with bow in front at each turn has right of way.
* Keep to the right of the channel at all times. Veer right to avoid an oncoming kayak.
* When overtaking on a corner, go wide and to the outside of the slower kayak. Give a boat length clearance before cutting in. The boat in front has right of way. Do not call a warning to the boat in front as this can lead to confusion. The onus is on the passing boat to pass safely and courteously.
* Be aware of fishermen and stay away from their lines.
* Do not call your number at the finish line unless requested to do so by the timekeepers.
* If you do not complete the course for any reason you must return to the start line and make the timekeepers aware of your presence so they can mark off your number. This is necessary to avoid instigating a search procedure.
* Paddlers passing the 6km turn buoy after 7.30pm on their downstream leg, must turn back to the start to avoid unnecessary search procedures being commenced.
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*Please do not park close to the amenities building unless you have equipment required for the running of the time trial. Park in the designated car park area.
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* Please do not park close to the amenities building unless you have equipment required for the running of the time trial. Park in the designated car park area.
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!!! Regulations and Safety Requirements
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!!! Regulations
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(:title WEDNESDAY NIGHT PADDLE:)
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->More details on the [[Main/JoinLCRK|Membership Page]], also note that:
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*We hope you enjoy being part of the Lane Cove River Kayakers experience on the beautiful Lane Cove River.
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!!! Lost paddler search procedure

The following procedure is to be implemented in the event of a paddler being overdue during a Wednesday night time trial.

A paddler is deemed to be overdue if he/she has not returned to the start/finish point, or has not notified the timekeepers of his/her intention to return, by 8.15pm.

The Club President shall be the person responsible for controlling the search. If the President is unavailable, the hierarchy shall be the Wednesday night coordinator, then the rostered timekeeper.

A rescue kit, packed in a dry-bag and comprising the following items, shall be available for search teams: first aid kit, torch, mobile phone holder, map, emergency blanket, tape and tow-line, whistle, copy of procedure.

!!!! Procedure

1. A search party comprising 2 teams of at least 2 boats per team shall be appointed.

2. The last known whereabouts of the missing paddler shall be determined if possible. The search plan can be modified based on information available about the paddler's last known position.

3. One team shall be nominated as the "downstream team" and shall search from the launching pontoon to Figtree Bridge and return.

4. The other team shall be nominated as the "upstream team" and shall search from the launching pontoon to Fullers Bridge and return.

5. The downstream team shall be provided with the rescue kit.

6. Each team is to carry a mobile phone and at least 1 torch per boat. The search controller shall also have a mobile phone and the relevant numbers shall be exchanged between the teams and controller. The controller shall have a list of emergency phone numbers, e.g. Water Police, Ambulance etc.

7. Search teams shall depart at the instruction of the controller.

8. The upstream team shall continue downstream when the upstream leg has been satisfactorily searched. The intention here is to meet the downstream team on their return from Figtree Bridge.

9. The controller shall decide the frequency of communication required. For example, get the teams to report back when they have reached certain landmarks.

10. If the paddler is located, the controller is to be immediately notified of the paddler's condition and what steps are to be implemented to get the paddler back to the launching pontoon.

11. If the paddler needs medical attention, the Police and Ambulance are to be called immediately, and the search party is to remain with the paddler.

12. If both teams return to the launching pontoon without the missing paddler, the controller shall immediately notify the authorities and all persons shall remain at the launching pontoon.
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*We hope you enjoy being part of the Lane Cove River Kayakers experience on the beautiful Lane Cove River.
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The first time trial of each month is Crudslime Cup night where members compete for the club trophy.
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The first time trial of each month is [[Main/Crudslimecup|Crudslime Cup]] night where members compete for the club trophy.
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6. Each team is to carry a mobile phone and at least 1 torch per boat. The search controller shall also have a mobile phone and the relevant numbers shall be exchanged between the teams and controller. The controller shall have a list of emergency phone numbers, eg. Water Police, Ambulance, etc.
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6. Each team is to carry a mobile phone and at least 1 torch per boat. The search controller shall also have a mobile phone and the relevant numbers shall be exchanged between the teams and controller. The controller shall have a list of emergency phone numbers, e.g. Water Police, Ambulance etc.
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*Under 15 padders must be accompanied by an adult member at all times
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*Under 15 paddlers must be accompanied by an adult member at all times
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The first time trial of each month is Crudslime Cup night where member compete for the club trophy.
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The first time trial of each month is Crudslime Cup night where members compete for the club trophy.
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The first time trial of each month is Crudslime Cup night where member compete for the club trophy.
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12. If both teams return to the launching pontoon without the missing paddler, the controller shall immediately notify the authorities and all persons shall remain at the launching pontoon.
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12. If both teams return to the launching pontoon without the missing paddler, the controller shall immediately notify the authorities and all persons shall remain at the launching pontoon.
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All paddlers must be familiar with and comply with all the applicable [[Safety|'''safety requirements''']] when taking part in the Wednesday Night Time Trial.
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Kayaking is a potentially dangerous sport (especially after dark) and all paddlers must be familiar with and comply with all the applicable [[Safety|'''safety requirements''']] when taking part in the Wednesday Night Time Trial.
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->Also note that:
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*Lights bow and stern are required by law at night. Lights must be attached to the kayak and be solid white and visible for 360 degrees. No bright, flashing or red lights are permitted.
*An approved PFD must be worn after dark and it is wise to carry one in daylight.
*Your kayak must have sufficient buoyancy to allow it to float parallel to the surface when full of water.
*Allow sufficient time to get on the water before your start.
*Respond to your name being called by the starter who will count down to your start time
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All paddlers must be familiar with and comply with all the applicable [[Safety|'''safety requirements''']] when taking part in the Wednesday Night Time Trial.
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12. If both teams return to the launching pontoon without the missing paddler, the controller shall immediately notify the authorities and all persons shall remain at the launching pontoon.
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12. If both teams return to the launching pontoon without the missing paddler, the controller shall immediately notify the authorities and all persons shall remain at the launching pontoon.
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'''Safety Procedures'''
*If a paddler is in the water, stop and ask if you can assist. If you have any concerns stay with the paddler and call for assistance from other craft. If necessary, send another craft back to the start/finish line to get assistance from the starter. The club's procedures will be followed including issuing tow lines and first aid kit. If there is any serious concern, authorities will be contacted as per the club's written procedures.
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'''Registration for the time trial'''
*Enter your number and name against your handicap time, sign form and affirm that you are a member of PaddleNSW (for insurance purposes).
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*Your first start time will be given to you by a committee member following a discussion with you regarding your experience and your craft. Your 2nd start time is self-assigned based on your time from your previous start.
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*Starts are at regular intervals commencing from 6.25PM.
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*Every paddler must display a number or letter board identifying them to the timekeepers. Fully paid-up members will receive a number board which is theirs to keep, and visitors or first-timers will receive a letter board which they use for that night only.
*There are 2 measured distances available for paddlers, with
a 6km distance for beginners or those in slower craft, and a 12 km distance for regular paddlers. The 12km distance will take anything from 55 minutes or less for the faster paddlers to 90 minutes for the slower paddlers.
*Your first start time will be given to you by the Wednesday Night Convenor, or a committee member. Subsequent start times are based on your first timed result.
*Paddlers start at various intervals (usually 5 minutes) from 6.25pm, for the slower paddlers, to 6.50pm for the very fast ones.
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*Register for the time trial by entering your number and name against your handicap start time (see below), sign form and affirm that you are a member of PaddleNSW (for insurance purposes). Your first handicap start time will be given to you by the Wednesday Night Convenor or a committee member following a discussion with you regarding your experience and your boat. Your subsequent start times are self-assigned based on your previous results.
*Every paddler must display a reflective number
or letter board on their boat identifying them to the timekeepers. Fully paid-up members will receive a number board which is theirs to keep, and visitors or first-timers will receive a letter board which they use for that night only.
*There are 2 measured distances available for paddlers, with a 6km distance for beginners or those in slower craft, and a 12 km distance for regular paddlers. The 12km distance will take anything from 50 minutes for the faster paddlers to 90 minutes for the slower paddlers. It is recommended that paddlers do the 6km course until they can complete 6km in under 40 minutes.
*Once on the water at the pontoon, paddlers go downstream 200m (keeping to the Right Hand Side of the river) to the start line, which is under the Epping Rd Bridge, then turn around and face upstream and await their start. It is recommended you are on the water at least 5 minute before your start.
*Paddlers start in their handicap groups at the following intervals
->-5 minute group: 6.25pm start (beginners and slow paddlers)
->0 minute group: 6:30pm start
->+2 minute group: 6:32pm start
->+4 minute group: 6:34pm start
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->+20minute Handicap: 6:50pm start (very fast paddlers)
*When the paddler's handicap start time is called, paddlers line up near the start and are accounted for by the timekeepers, before being started at the appropriate time
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*Once on the water at the pontoon, paddlers go downstream 200m (keeping to the Right Hand Side of the river) to the start line, which is under the Epping Rd Bridge, then turn around and face upstream for the start.
*When the paddler's start time is called, paddlers line up near the start and are accounted for by the timekeepers, before being started at the appropriate time.
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*The 12km course follows the river upstream to Fullers Bridge, turning anticlockwise around the right hand pylon, then downstream past the pontoon and all the way to the last red (port) marker pylon before the Figtree bridge. Paddlers turn anticlockwise around this marker also, before returning upstream to the finish line under the Epping Rd Bridge.
*The 6km course is similar to the 12km course, except that instead of going all the way to Figtree Bridge, paddlers turn anticlockwise around the first red floating buoy downstream of the footbridge, before returning upstream to the finish line at Epping Rd.
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*The [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|12km]] course follows the river upstream to Fullers Bridge, turning anticlockwise around the right hand pylon, then downstream past the pontoon and all the way to the last red (port) marker pylon before the Figtree bridge. Paddlers turn anticlockwise around this marker also, before returning upstream to the finish line under the Epping Rd Bridge.
*The [[http://goo.gl/maps/yLwtx|6km]] course is similar to the 12km course, except that instead of going all the way to Figtree Bridge, paddlers turn anticlockwise around the first red floating buoy downstream of the footbridge, before returning upstream to the finish line at Epping Rd.
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The Wednesday Night Paddle is a [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|12km]] or [[http://goo.gl/maps/yLwtx|6km]] time trial which takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the [[http://goo.gl/maps/BFQ0s|Chatswood Athletic Field]] on the corner of Epping Rd and Mowbray Rd, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the water from a pontoon.
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The Wednesday Night Paddle is a [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|12km]] or [[http://goo.gl/maps/yLwtx|6km]] time trial which takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the [[http://goo.gl/maps/BFQ0s|Chatswood Athletic Field]] on the corner of Epping and Mowbray Roads, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the water from a pontoon.
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'''Registration for the time trial'''
*Enter your number and name against your handicap time, sign form and affirm that you are a member of PaddleNSW (for insurance purposes).
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'''Registration for the time trial'''
Enter your number and name against your handicap time, sign form and affirm that you are a member of PaddleNSW (for insurance purposes).
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'''Registration for the time trial'''
Enter your number and name against your handicap time, sign form and affirm that you are a member of PaddleNSW (for insurance purposes).
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'''Registration for the time trial'''
Enter your number and name against your handicap time, sign form and affirm that you are a member of PaddleNSW (for insurance purposes).
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*Your first start time will be given to you by a committee member following a discussion with you regarding your experience and your craft. Your 2nd start time is self-assigned based on your time from your previous start, and so on.
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*Your first start time will be given to you by a committee member following a discussion with you regarding your experience and your craft. Your 2nd start time is self-assigned based on your time from your previous start.
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*Your first start time will be given to you by a committee member. Following a discussion with you regarding your experience and your craft 2nd start time is based on your time from your previous start.
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*Your first start time will be given to you by a committee member following a discussion with you regarding your experience and your craft. Your 2nd start time is self-assigned based on your time from your previous start, and so on.
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*Be a member of PaddleNSW and LCRK and pay $4 for the night
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*Be a member of LCRK and pay $4 for the night
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*Be a paid up member of LCRK and pay $4 for the night
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*Be a member of PaddleNSW and LCRK and pay $4 for the night
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*Before paddling, fill in a form to gain temporary membership and pay $10 for the night. Temporary members may attend five Wednesday night paddles paying $10 each night after which full membership fees must be paid.
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*Fill in a form to gain temporary membership and pay $10 for the night. Temporary members may attend five Wednesday night paddles paying $10 each night after which full membership fees must be paid.
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LCRK has organised, a safe and fun paddle event, catering for all skill levels that aims to improve your fitness and skill over a variety of day and night paddles, depending on time of year.
Two events are offered to cater for differing needs, a 12 Km course and a 6 Km course
. Both are started on a handicap basis in order to provide a similar finish time and to give paddles a chance to paddle with people of similar ability.
Please read the following so that you are aware of the event requirements and your responsibilities on and off the water to ensure the event as safe as possible.
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Our aim is to have a well organised
, safe and fun paddle that improves your fitness and skills. Please read the following so that you are aware of your responsibilities on and off the water.
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*Be a paid up member of LCRK and pay $4 for the night or a $70 annual pre-paid Time Trial fee.
*Be a member of Paddle NSW or another Paddle NSW-affiliated paddle club and pay $8 for the night
*As a paddler trialling
the experience: prior to the paddle, fill in a form to gain temporary membership and pay $10 for the night. Temporary members may attend two Wednesday night paddles paying $10 each night after which full membership fees must be paid. This fee includes a one off temporary membership of Paddle NSW for insurance purposes
to:
*Be a paid up member of LCRK and pay $4 for the night
*Be a member of PaddleNSW or another PaddleNSW-affiliated paddle club and pay $4 for the night
*Before paddling, fill in a form to gain temporary membership and pay $10 for
the night. Temporary members may attend five Wednesday night paddles paying $10 each night after which full membership fees must be paid.
Also note that:
*First time paddlers must do the course with an experienced member
*Under 15 padders
must be accompanied by an adult member at all times
*All members are expected to take part in timekeeping duties when requested, usually twice per year
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Enter your name and number against your handicap start time, sign form and affirm that you are a member of PaddleNSW (for insurance purposes).
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Enter your number and name against your handicap time, sign form and affirm that you are a member of PaddleNSW (for insurance purposes).
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*Your first start time will be given to you by a committee member. Following a discussion with you regarding your experience and your craft 2nd start time is based on your time from your previous start.
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*There are 2 measured distances available for paddlers, with a 6km distance for beginners or those in slower craft, and a 12 km distance for regular paddlers. The 12km distance will take anything from 50 minutes for the faster paddlers to 90 minutes for the slower paddlers.
*Your first start time will be given to you by the Wednesday Night Convenor (or a committee member) following a discussion with you regarding your experience and your craft. Subsequent start times are self-assigned based on your previous times.
*Enter your name and number against your handicap start time, sign form and affirm that you are a member of PaddleNSW (for insurance purposes)
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*There are 2 measured distances available for paddlers, with a 6km distance for beginners or those in slower craft, and a 12 km distance for regular paddlers. The 12km distance will take anything from 55 minutes or less for the faster paddlers to 90 minutes for the slower paddlers.
*Your first start time will be given to you by the Wednesday Night Convenor, or a committee member. Subsequent start times are based on your first timed result.
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*The [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|12km]] course follows the river upstream to Fullers Bridge, turning anticlockwise around the right hand pylon, then downstream past the pontoon and all the way to the last red (port) marker pylon before the Figtree bridge. Paddlers turn anticlockwise around this marker also, before returning upstream to the finish line under the Epping Rd Bridge.
*The [[http://goo.gl/maps/yLwtx|6km]] course is similar to the 12km course, except that instead of going all the way to Figtree Bridge, paddlers turn anticlockwise around the first red floating buoy downstream of the footbridge, before returning upstream to the finish line at Epping Rd.
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*The 12km course follows the river upstream to Fullers Bridge, turning anticlockwise around the right hand pylon, then downstream past the pontoon and all the way to the last red (port) marker pylon before the Figtree bridge. Paddlers turn anticlockwise around this marker also, before returning upstream to the finish line under the Epping Rd Bridge.
*The 6km course is similar to the 12km course, except that instead of going all the way to Figtree Bridge, paddlers turn anticlockwise around the first red floating buoy downstream of the footbridge, before returning upstream to the finish line at Epping Rd.
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Our aim is to have a well organised, safe and fun paddle that improves your fitness and skills. Please read the following so that you are aware of your responsibilities
on and off the water.
to:
LCRK has organised, a safe and fun paddle event, catering for all skill levels that aims to improve your fitness and skill over a variety of day and night paddles, depending on time of year.
Two events are offered to cater for differing needs, a 12 Km course and a 6 Km course. Both are started on a handicap basis in order to provide a similar finish time and to give paddles a chance to paddle with people of similar ability.
Please read the following so that you are aware of the event requirements and your responsibilities on and off the water to ensure the event as safe as possible.
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*Be a paid up member of LCRK and pay $4 for the night
*Be a member of PaddleNSW or another PaddleNSW-affiliated paddle club and pay $4 for the night
*Before paddling, fill in a form to gain temporary membership and pay $10 for
the night. Temporary members may attend five Wednesday night paddles paying $10 each night after which full membership fees must be paid.
Also note that:
*First time paddlers must do the course with an experienced member
*Under 15 padders
must be accompanied by an adult member at all times
*All members are expected to take part in timekeeping duties when requested, usually twice per year
to:
*Be a paid up member of LCRK and pay $4 for the night or a $70 annual pre-paid Time Trial fee.
*Be a member of Paddle NSW or another Paddle NSW-affiliated paddle club and pay $8 for the night
*As a paddler trialling
the experience: prior to the paddle, fill in a form to gain temporary membership and pay $10 for the night. Temporary members may attend two Wednesday night paddles paying $10 each night after which full membership fees must be paid. This fee includes a one off temporary membership of Paddle NSW for insurance purposes
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*Your first start time will be given to you by the Wednesday Night Convenor (or a committee member) following a discussion with you regarding your experience and your craft. Subsequent start times are self-assigned based on your previous times. A start time of zero starts at 6:30pm, a start time of -5 starts at 6:25pm, a start time of 4 starts at 6:34pm, etc.
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*Your first start time will be given to you by the Wednesday Night Convenor (or a committee member) following a discussion with you regarding your experience and your craft. Subsequent start times are self-assigned based on your previous times.
August 26, 2012, at 03:30 PM by 60.242.90.11 -
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Enter your number and name against your handicap time, sign form and affirm that you are a member of PaddleNSW (for insurance purposes).
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Enter your name and number against your handicap start time, sign form and affirm that you are a member of PaddleNSW (for insurance purposes).
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*Your first start time will be given to you by a committee member. Following a discussion with you regarding your experience and your craft 2nd start time is based on your time from your previous start.
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*Your first start time will be given to you by the Wednesday Night Convenor, or a committee member. Subsequent start times are based on your first timed result.
to:
*Your first start time will be given to you by the Wednesday Night Convenor (or a committee member) following a discussion with you regarding your experience and your craft. Subsequent start times are self-assigned based on your previous times. A start time of zero starts at 6:30pm, a start time of -5 starts at 6:25pm, a start time of 4 starts at 6:34pm, etc.
*Enter your name and number against your handicap start time, sign form and affirm that you are a member of PaddleNSW (for insurance purposes)
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*There are 2 measured distances available for paddlers, with a 6km distance for beginners or those in slower craft, and a 12 km distance for regular paddlers. The 12km distance will take anything from 55 minutes or less for the faster paddlers to 90 minutes for the slower paddlers.
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*There are 2 measured distances available for paddlers, with a 6km distance for beginners or those in slower craft, and a 12 km distance for regular paddlers. The 12km distance will take anything from 50 minutes for the faster paddlers to 90 minutes for the slower paddlers.
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*The 12km course follows the river upstream to Fullers Bridge, turning anticlockwise around the right hand pylon, then downstream past the pontoon and all the way to the last red (port) marker pylon before the Figtree bridge. Paddlers turn anticlockwise around this marker also, before returning upstream to the finish line under the Epping Rd Bridge.
*The 6km course is similar to the 12km course, except that instead of going all the way to Figtree Bridge, paddlers turn anticlockwise around the first red floating buoy downstream of the footbridge, before returning upstream to the finish line at Epping Rd.
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*The [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|12km]] course follows the river upstream to Fullers Bridge, turning anticlockwise around the right hand pylon, then downstream past the pontoon and all the way to the last red (port) marker pylon before the Figtree bridge. Paddlers turn anticlockwise around this marker also, before returning upstream to the finish line under the Epping Rd Bridge.
*The [[http://goo.gl/maps/yLwtx|6km]] course is similar to the 12km course, except that instead of going all the way to Figtree Bridge, paddlers turn anticlockwise around the first red floating buoy downstream of the footbridge, before returning upstream to the finish line at Epping Rd.
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The Wednesday Night Paddle is a [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|12km]] or [[http://goo.gl/maps/yLwtx|6km]] time trial which takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the Chatswood War Memorial Athletics Field on the corner of Epping Rd and Mowbray Rd, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the water from a pontoon.
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The Wednesday Night Paddle is a [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|12km]] or [[http://goo.gl/maps/yLwtx|6km]] time trial which takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the [[http://goo.gl/maps/BFQ0s|Chatswood Athletic Field]] on the corner of Epping Rd and Mowbray Rd, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the water from a pontoon.
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The Wednesday Night Paddle is a [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|12km]] or [[https://maps.google.com.au/maps/ms?msid=211828161852405162924.0004c1b6cb7adc9c527e1&msa=0|6km]] time trial which takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the Chatswood War Memorial Athletics Field on the corner of Epping Rd and Mowbray Rd, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the water from a pontoon.
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The Wednesday Night Paddle is a [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|12km]] or [[http://goo.gl/maps/yLwtx|6km]] time trial which takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the Chatswood War Memorial Athletics Field on the corner of Epping Rd and Mowbray Rd, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the water from a pontoon.
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The Wednesday Night Paddle is a [[https://maps.google.com.au/maps/ms?msid=211828161852405162924.0004ad0730f576bb10915&msa=0|12km]] or [[https://maps.google.com.au/maps/ms?msid=211828161852405162924.0004c1b6cb7adc9c527e1&msa=0|6km]] time trial which takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the Chatswood War Memorial Athletics Field on the corner of Epping Rd and Mowbray Rd, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the water from a pontoon.
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The Wednesday Night Paddle is a [[http://goo.gl/maps/XnBkf|12km]] or [[https://maps.google.com.au/maps/ms?msid=211828161852405162924.0004c1b6cb7adc9c527e1&msa=0|6km]] time trial which takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the Chatswood War Memorial Athletics Field on the corner of Epping Rd and Mowbray Rd, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the water from a pontoon.
August 26, 2012, at 02:29 PM by 60.242.90.11 -
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*The 12km course follows the river upstream to Fullers Bridge, turning anticlockwise around the right hand pylon, then downstream past the pontoon and all the way to the last red (port) marker pylon before the Figtree bridge. Paddlers turn anticlockwise around this marker also, before returning upstream to the finish line under the Epping Rd Bridge. Click here for map.
*The 6km
course is similar to the 12km course, except that instead of going all the way to Figtree Bridge, paddlers turn anticlockwise around the first red floating buoy downstream of the footbridge, before returning upstream to the finish line at Epping Rd. [[https://maps.google.com.au/maps/ms?msid=211828161852405162924.0004ad0730f576bb10915&msa=0 | Map]]
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*The 12km course follows the river upstream to Fullers Bridge, turning anticlockwise around the right hand pylon, then downstream past the pontoon and all the way to the last red (port) marker pylon before the Figtree bridge. Paddlers turn anticlockwise around this marker also, before returning upstream to the finish line under the Epping Rd Bridge.
*The 6km course is similar to the 12km course, except that instead of going all the way to Figtree Bridge, paddlers turn anticlockwise around the first red floating buoy downstream of the footbridge, before returning upstream to the finish line at Epping Rd.
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!WEDNESDAY NIGHT PADDLE
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(:title WEDNESDAY NIGHT PADDLE:)
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(:title WEDNESDAY NIGHT PADDLE:)
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!WEDNESDAY NIGHT PADDLE
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*The 6km course is similar to the 12km course, except that instead of going all the way to Figtree Bridge, paddlers turn anticlockwise around the first red floating buoy downstream of the footbridge, before returning upstream to the finish line at Epping Rd. Click here for map
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*The 6km course is similar to the 12km course, except that instead of going all the way to Figtree Bridge, paddlers turn anticlockwise around the first red floating buoy downstream of the footbridge, before returning upstream to the finish line at Epping Rd. [[https://maps.google.com.au/maps/ms?msid=211828161852405162924.0004ad0730f576bb10915&msa=0 | Map]]
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*When the paddlers’ start time is called, paddlers line up near the start and are accounted for by the timekeepers, before being started at the appropriate time.
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*When the paddler's start time is called, paddlers line up near the start and are accounted for by the timekeepers, before being started at the appropriate time.
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*Be a member of PaddleNSW or another PaddleNSW-affiliated paddle club and pay $8 for the night
*Before paddling, fill in a form to gain temporary membership and pay $8 for the night. Temporary members may attend two Wednesday night paddles paying $8 each night after which full membership fees must be paid.
to:
*Be a member of PaddleNSW or another PaddleNSW-affiliated paddle club and pay $4 for the night
*Before paddling, fill in a form to gain temporary membership and pay $10 for the night. Temporary members may attend five Wednesday night paddles paying $10 each night after which full membership fees must be paid.
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*Under 15 padders must be accompanied by an adult member at all times
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*Lights bow and stern are required by law at night. Lights must be attached to the kayak and be solid white and visible for 360 degrees. No flashing or red lights are permitted.
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*Lights bow and stern are required by law at night. Lights must be attached to the kayak and be solid white and visible for 360 degrees. No bright, flashing or red lights are permitted.
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[[Sprint Series Rd 2]]
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The Wednesday Night Paddle is a [[https://maps.google.com.au/maps/ms?msid=211828161852405162924.0004ad0730f576bb10915&msa=0|12km]] or [[https://maps.google.com.au/maps/ms?msid=211828161852405162924.0004c1b6cb7adc9c527e1&msa=0|6km]]time trial which takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the Chatswood War Memorial Athletics Field on the corner of Epping Rd and Mowbray Rd, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the water from a pontoon.
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The Wednesday Night Paddle is a [[https://maps.google.com.au/maps/ms?msid=211828161852405162924.0004ad0730f576bb10915&msa=0|12km]] or [[https://maps.google.com.au/maps/ms?msid=211828161852405162924.0004c1b6cb7adc9c527e1&msa=0|6km]] time trial which takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the Chatswood War Memorial Athletics Field on the corner of Epping Rd and Mowbray Rd, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the water from a pontoon.
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The Wednesday Night Paddle is a '[[https://maps.google.com.au/maps/ms?msid=211828161852405162924.0004ad0730f576bb10915&msa=0|12km]] or [[https://maps.google.com.au/maps/ms?msid=211828161852405162924.0004c1b6cb7adc9c527e1&msa=0|6km]]time trial which takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the Chatswood War Memorial Athletics Field on the corner of Epping Rd and Mowbray Rd, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the water from a pontoon.
to:
The Wednesday Night Paddle is a [[https://maps.google.com.au/maps/ms?msid=211828161852405162924.0004ad0730f576bb10915&msa=0|12km]] or [[https://maps.google.com.au/maps/ms?msid=211828161852405162924.0004c1b6cb7adc9c527e1&msa=0|6km]]time trial which takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the Chatswood War Memorial Athletics Field on the corner of Epping Rd and Mowbray Rd, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the water from a pontoon.
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The Wednesday Night Paddle is a '[[https://maps.google.com.au/maps/ms?msid=211828161852405162924.0004ad0730f576bb10915&msa=0|12km]] or '[[https://maps.google.com.au/maps/ms?msid=211828161852405162924.0004c1b6cb7adc9c527e1&msa=0|6km]]'time trial which takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the Chatswood War Memorial Athletics Field on the corner of Epping Rd and Mowbray Rd, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the water from a pontoon.
to:
The Wednesday Night Paddle is a '[[https://maps.google.com.au/maps/ms?msid=211828161852405162924.0004ad0730f576bb10915&msa=0|12km]] or [[https://maps.google.com.au/maps/ms?msid=211828161852405162924.0004c1b6cb7adc9c527e1&msa=0|6km]]time trial which takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the Chatswood War Memorial Athletics Field on the corner of Epping Rd and Mowbray Rd, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the water from a pontoon.
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The Wednesday Night Paddle is a time trial which takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the Chatswood War Memorial Athletics Field on the corner of Epping Rd and Mowbray Rd, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the water from a pontoon.
to:
The Wednesday Night Paddle is a '[[https://maps.google.com.au/maps/ms?msid=211828161852405162924.0004ad0730f576bb10915&msa=0|12km]] or '[[https://maps.google.com.au/maps/ms?msid=211828161852405162924.0004c1b6cb7adc9c527e1&msa=0|6km]]'time trial which takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the Chatswood War Memorial Athletics Field on the corner of Epping Rd and Mowbray Rd, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the water from a pontoon.
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3. One team shall be nominated as the “downstream team” and shall search from the launching pontoon to Figtree Bridge and return.

4. The other team shall be nominated as the “upstream team” and shall search from the launching pontoon to Fullers Bridge and return.
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3. One team shall be nominated as the "downstream team" and shall search from the launching pontoon to Figtree Bridge and return.

4. The other team shall be nominated as the "upstream team" and shall search from the launching pontoon to Fullers Bridge and return.
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August 25, 2012, at 02:09 PM by 60.242.90.11 -
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• Be a paid up member of LCRK and pay $4 for the night
• Be a member of PaddleNSW or another PaddleNSW-affiliated paddle club and pay $8 for the night
• Before paddling, fill in a form to gain temporary membership and pay $8 for the night. Temporary members may attend two Wednesday night paddles paying $8 each night after which full membership fees must be paid.
to:
*Be a paid up member of LCRK and pay $4 for the night
*Be a member of PaddleNSW or another PaddleNSW-affiliated paddle club and pay $8 for the night
*Before paddling, fill in a form to gain temporary membership and pay $8 for the night. Temporary members may attend two Wednesday night paddles paying $8 each night after which full membership fees must be paid.
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• First time paddlers must do the course with an experienced member
• All members are expected to take part in timekeeping duties when requested, usually twice per year
to:
*First time paddlers must do the course with an experienced member
*All members are expected to take part in timekeeping duties when requested, usually twice per year
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• Your first start time will be given to you by a committee member. Following a discussion with you regarding your experience and your craft 2nd start time is based on your time from your previous start.
• Lights bow and stern are required by law at night. Lights must be attached to the kayak and be solid white and visible for 360 degrees. No flashing or red lights are permitted.
• An approved PFD must be worn after dark and it is wise to carry one in daylight.
• Your kayak must have sufficient buoyancy to allow it to float parallel to the surface when full of water.
• Allow sufficient time to get on the water before your start.
• Starts are at regular intervals commencing from 6.25PM.
• Respond to your name being called by the starter who will count down to your start time.
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*Your first start time will be given to you by a committee member. Following a discussion with you regarding your experience and your craft 2nd start time is based on your time from your previous start.
*Lights bow and stern are required by law at night. Lights must be attached to the kayak and be solid white and visible for 360 degrees. No flashing or red lights are permitted.
*An approved PFD must be worn after dark and it is wise to carry one in daylight.
*Your kayak must have sufficient buoyancy to allow it to float parallel to the surface when full of water.
*Allow sufficient time to get on the water before your start.
*Starts are at regular intervals commencing from 6.25PM.
*Respond to your name being called by the starter who will count down to your start time.
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• Every paddler must display a number or letter board identifying them to the timekeepers. Fully paid-up members will receive a number board which is theirs to keep, and visitors or first-timers will receive a letter board which they use for that night only.
• There are 2 measured distances available for paddlers, with a 6km distance for beginners or those in slower craft, and a 12 km distance for regular paddlers. The 12km distance will take anything from 55 minutes or less for the faster paddlers to 90 minutes for the slower paddlers.
• Your first start time will be given to you by the Wednesday Night Convenor, or a committee member. Subsequent start times are based on your first timed result.
• Paddlers start at various intervals (usually 5 minutes) from 6.25pm, for the slower paddlers, to 6.50pm for the very fast ones.
• An illuminated timing board shows you your time at the start and finish, and the results are also posted on the LCRK website each week.
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*Every paddler must display a number or letter board identifying them to the timekeepers. Fully paid-up members will receive a number board which is theirs to keep, and visitors or first-timers will receive a letter board which they use for that night only.
*There are 2 measured distances available for paddlers, with a 6km distance for beginners or those in slower craft, and a 12 km distance for regular paddlers. The 12km distance will take anything from 55 minutes or less for the faster paddlers to 90 minutes for the slower paddlers.
*Your first start time will be given to you by the Wednesday Night Convenor, or a committee member. Subsequent start times are based on your first timed result.
*Paddlers start at various intervals (usually 5 minutes) from 6.25pm, for the slower paddlers, to 6.50pm for the very fast ones.
*An illuminated timing board shows you your time at the start and finish, and the results are also posted on the LCRK website each week.
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• Once on the water at the pontoon, paddlers go downstream 200m (keeping to the Right Hand Side of the river) to the start line, which is under the Epping Rd Bridge, then turn around and face upstream for the start.
• When the paddlers’ start time is called, paddlers line up near the start and are accounted for by the timekeepers, before being started at the appropriate time.
• The 12km course follows the river upstream to Fullers Bridge, turning anticlockwise around the right hand pylon, then downstream past the pontoon and all the way to the last red (port) marker pylon before the Figtree bridge. Paddlers turn anticlockwise around this marker also, before returning upstream to the finish line under the Epping Rd Bridge. Click here for map.
• The 6km course is similar to the 12km course, except that instead of going all the way to Figtree Bridge, paddlers turn anticlockwise around the first red floating buoy downstream of the footbridge, before returning upstream to the finish line at Epping Rd. Click here for map
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*Once on the water at the pontoon, paddlers go downstream 200m (keeping to the Right Hand Side of the river) to the start line, which is under the Epping Rd Bridge, then turn around and face upstream for the start.
*When the paddlers’ start time is called, paddlers line up near the start and are accounted for by the timekeepers, before being started at the appropriate time.
*The 12km course follows the river upstream to Fullers Bridge, turning anticlockwise around the right hand pylon, then downstream past the pontoon and all the way to the last red (port) marker pylon before the Figtree bridge. Paddlers turn anticlockwise around this marker also, before returning upstream to the finish line under the Epping Rd Bridge. Click here for map.
*The 6km course is similar to the 12km course, except that instead of going all the way to Figtree Bridge, paddlers turn anticlockwise around the first red floating buoy downstream of the footbridge, before returning upstream to the finish line at Epping Rd. Click here for map
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• Kayak with bow in front at each turn has right of way.
• Keep to the right of the channel at all times. Veer right to avoid an oncoming kayak.
• When overtaking on a corner, go wide and to the outside of the slower kayak. Give a boat length clearance before cutting in. The boat in front has right of way. Do not call a warning to the boat in front as this can lead to confusion. The onus is on the passing boat to pass safely and courteously.
• Be aware of fishermen and stay away from their lines.
• Do not call your number at the finish line unless requested to do so by the timekeepers.
• If you do not complete the course for any reason you must return to the start line and make the timekeepers aware of your presence so they can mark off your number. This is necessary to avoid instigating a search procedure.
• Paddlers passing the 6km turn buoy after 7.30pm on their downstream leg, must turn back to the start to avoid unnecessary search procedures being commenced.
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*Kayak with bow in front at each turn has right of way.
*Keep to the right of the channel at all times. Veer right to avoid an oncoming kayak.
*When overtaking on a corner, go wide and to the outside of the slower kayak. Give a boat length clearance before cutting in. The boat in front has right of way. Do not call a warning to the boat in front as this can lead to confusion. The onus is on the passing boat to pass safely and courteously.
*Be aware of fishermen and stay away from their lines.
*Do not call your number at the finish line unless requested to do so by the timekeepers.
*If you do not complete the course for any reason you must return to the start line and make the timekeepers aware of your presence so they can mark off your number. This is necessary to avoid instigating a search procedure.
*Paddlers passing the 6km turn buoy after 7.30pm on their downstream leg, must turn back to the start to avoid unnecessary search procedures being commenced.
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• If a paddler is in the water, stop and ask if you can assist. If you have any concerns stay with the paddler and call for assistance from other craft. If necessary, send another craft back to the start/finish line to get assistance from the starter. The club's procedures will be followed including issuing tow lines and first aid kit. If there is any serious concern, authorities will be contacted as per the club's written procedures.
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*If a paddler is in the water, stop and ask if you can assist. If you have any concerns stay with the paddler and call for assistance from other craft. If necessary, send another craft back to the start/finish line to get assistance from the starter. The club's procedures will be followed including issuing tow lines and first aid kit. If there is any serious concern, authorities will be contacted as per the club's written procedures.
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• Please do not park close to the amenities building unless you have equipment required for the running of the time trial. Park in the designated car park area.

We hope you enjoy being part of the Lane Cove River Kayakers experience on the beautiful Lane Cove River.
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*Please do not park close to the amenities building unless you have equipment required for the running of the time trial. Park in the designated car park area.

*We hope you enjoy being part of the Lane Cove River Kayakers experience on the beautiful Lane Cove River.
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(:title WEDNESDAY NIGHT PADDLE:)
Our aim is to have a well organised, safe and fun paddle that improves your fitness and skills. Please read the following so that you are aware of your responsibilities on and off the water.

'''Location'''
The Wednesday Night Paddle is a time trial which takes place on the Lane Cove River, starting at the Chatswood War Memorial Athletics Field on the corner of Epping Rd and Mowbray Rd, Lane Cove West. There is ample parking for cars and access to the water from a pontoon.

'''Eligibility'''
There are three ways for paddlers to be eligible to join the Wednesday night paddle:
• Be a paid up member of LCRK and pay $4 for the night
• Be a member of PaddleNSW or another PaddleNSW-affiliated paddle club and pay $8 for the night
• Before paddling, fill in a form to gain temporary membership and pay $8 for the night. Temporary members may attend two Wednesday night paddles paying $8 each night after which full membership fees must be paid.
Also note that:
• First time paddlers must do the course with an experienced member
• All members are expected to take part in timekeeping duties when requested, usually twice per year

'''Registration for the time trial'''
Enter your number and name against your handicap time, sign form and affirm that you are a member of PaddleNSW (for insurance purposes).

'''Regulations and Safety Requirements'''
• Your first start time will be given to you by a committee member. Following a discussion with you regarding your experience and your craft 2nd start time is based on your time from your previous start.
• Lights bow and stern are required by law at night. Lights must be attached to the kayak and be solid white and visible for 360 degrees. No flashing or red lights are permitted.
• An approved PFD must be worn after dark and it is wise to carry one in daylight.
• Your kayak must have sufficient buoyancy to allow it to float parallel to the surface when full of water.
• Allow sufficient time to get on the water before your start.
• Starts are at regular intervals commencing from 6.25PM.
• Respond to your name being called by the starter who will count down to your start time.

'''How the Wednesday time trial works'''
• Every paddler must display a number or letter board identifying them to the timekeepers. Fully paid-up members will receive a number board which is theirs to keep, and visitors or first-timers will receive a letter board which they use for that night only.
• There are 2 measured distances available for paddlers, with a 6km distance for beginners or those in slower craft, and a 12 km distance for regular paddlers. The 12km distance will take anything from 55 minutes or less for the faster paddlers to 90 minutes for the slower paddlers.
• Your first start time will be given to you by the Wednesday Night Convenor, or a committee member. Subsequent start times are based on your first timed result.
• Paddlers start at various intervals (usually 5 minutes) from 6.25pm, for the slower paddlers, to 6.50pm for the very fast ones.
• An illuminated timing board shows you your time at the start and finish, and the results are also posted on the LCRK website each week.

'''Time trial course'''
• Once on the water at the pontoon, paddlers go downstream 200m (keeping to the Right Hand Side of the river) to the start line, which is under the Epping Rd Bridge, then turn around and face upstream for the start.
• When the paddlers’ start time is called, paddlers line up near the start and are accounted for by the timekeepers, before being started at the appropriate time.
• The 12km course follows the river upstream to Fullers Bridge, turning anticlockwise around the right hand pylon, then downstream past the pontoon and all the way to the last red (port) marker pylon before the Figtree bridge. Paddlers turn anticlockwise around this marker also, before returning upstream to the finish line under the Epping Rd Bridge. Click here for map.
• The 6km course is similar to the 12km course, except that instead of going all the way to Figtree Bridge, paddlers turn anticlockwise around the first red floating buoy downstream of the footbridge, before returning upstream to the finish line at Epping Rd. Click here for map

'''Etiquette'''
• Kayak with bow in front at each turn has right of way.
• Keep to the right of the channel at all times. Veer right to avoid an oncoming kayak.
• When overtaking on a corner, go wide and to the outside of the slower kayak. Give a boat length clearance before cutting in. The boat in front has right of way. Do not call a warning to the boat in front as this can lead to confusion. The onus is on the passing boat to pass safely and courteously.
• Be aware of fishermen and stay away from their lines.
• Do not call your number at the finish line unless requested to do so by the timekeepers.
• If you do not complete the course for any reason you must return to the start line and make the timekeepers aware of your presence so they can mark off your number. This is necessary to avoid instigating a search procedure.
• Paddlers passing the 6km turn buoy after 7.30pm on their downstream leg, must turn back to the start to avoid unnecessary search procedures being commenced.

'''Safety Procedures'''
• If a paddler is in the water, stop and ask if you can assist. If you have any concerns stay with the paddler and call for assistance from other craft. If necessary, send another craft back to the start/finish line to get assistance from the starter. The club's procedures will be followed including issuing tow lines and first aid kit. If there is any serious concern, authorities will be contacted as per the club's written procedures.

'''Parking'''
• Please do not park close to the amenities building unless you have equipment required for the running of the time trial. Park in the designated car park area.

We hope you enjoy being part of the Lane Cove River Kayakers experience on the beautiful Lane Cove River.

'''Lost paddler search procedure'''

The following procedure is to be implemented in the event of a paddler being overdue during a Wednesday night time trial.

A paddler is deemed to be overdue if he/she has not returned to the start/finish point, or has not notified the timekeepers of his/her intention to return, by 8.15pm.

The Club President shall be the person responsible for controlling the search. If the President is unavailable, the hierarchy shall be the Wednesday night coordinator, then the rostered timekeeper.

A rescue kit, packed in a dry-bag and comprising the following items, shall be available for search teams: first aid kit, torch, mobile phone holder, map, emergency blanket, tape and tow-line, whistle, copy of procedure.

'''Procedure'''

1. A search party comprising 2 teams of at least 2 boats per team shall be appointed.

2. The last known whereabouts of the missing paddler shall be determined if possible. The search plan can be modified based on information available about the paddler's last known position.

3. One team shall be nominated as the “downstream team” and shall search from the launching pontoon to Figtree Bridge and return.

4. The other team shall be nominated as the “upstream team” and shall search from the launching pontoon to Fullers Bridge and return.

5. The downstream team shall be provided with the rescue kit.

6. Each team is to carry a mobile phone and at least 1 torch per boat. The search controller shall also have a mobile phone and the relevant numbers shall be exchanged between the teams and controller. The controller shall have a list of emergency phone numbers, eg. Water Police, Ambulance, etc.

7. Search teams shall depart at the instruction of the controller.

8. The upstream team shall continue downstream when the upstream leg has been satisfactorily searched. The intention here is to meet the downstream team on their return from Figtree Bridge.

9. The controller shall decide the frequency of communication required. For example, get the teams to report back when they have reached certain landmarks.

10. If the paddler is located, the controller is to be immediately notified of the paddler's condition and what steps are to be implemented to get the paddler back to the launching pontoon.

11. If the paddler needs medical attention, the Police and Ambulance are to be called immediately, and the search party is to remain with the paddler.

12. If both teams return to the launching pontoon without the missing paddler, the controller shall immediately notify the authorities and all persons shall remain at the launching pontoon.