The cliff hanger finish of the days racing at Windor was SSCC paddler Coralie Burns chasing down Hunter Valleys Owen Walton as they charged the line in division 12. It was too close for either of them to call until the official results were in. Coralie finished the 5kms in 31:33 just two seconds behind Owen at 31:31. WellRead More →

 Looking at the tide, you wouldn’t have thought that Sunday was going to be a day for personal bests. Normally the low tide conditions contribute to slower times because most boats bog down in the shallow water, forcing everyone to take a longer line along the deep water channels rather than the shortest line across the flats. Thirty two paddlersRead More →

Update 22/4/16: Due to a poor weather forecast, this paddle has been postponed   Greetings Social Paddlers, I hope you can join me and Bruce for a scenic paddle on Port Hacking. Here are the details… Date: Saturday 23 April Destination: South West Arm, Port Hacking Distance: 15kms return Leaving at: 8am from Swallow Rock reserve, Grays Point Returning at:Read More →

Round two of the marathon series was held on the Wyong on Sunday. The conditions were perfect with sunny skies and a cooling breeze across the course. Central Coast used the 10km course which they introduced last year. It’s a nice change from the shorter laps, especially on the picturesque waters in Wyong. The river is wide and deep whichRead More →