Hello fellow SSCC-ers! Kim, myself and our trusty C2 have been AWOL the past few weeks. We have been busy competing in the Australian National Dragon Boat Championships in Canberra. We were met with extremely dusty conditions, and temperamental weather – hot sun but very cold shade!! Our club performed very well and we are pleased with our results. ARead More →

First of all, thanks to Kaye for being there when the online timing threw a wobbly and left me half way through the starts with no clue about who was supposed to go next. The first upset of the day was in the Juniors 1km where Carl pulled a personal best and pipped Lachlan at the line to take firstRead More →

Round 5, PaddleNSW Marathon Series – SSCC Race Report Saturday 27th April was the date for the third Bateman’s Bay Paddle Challenge. This year the event was also combined with round 5 of the PaddleNSW marathon series adding some additional interest. We had 19 SSCC paddlers take on the challenge, second only in numbers to Burley Griffin who sent anRead More →

Borrowed from Lane Cover River Kayakers Link to the original Lane Cove article See this link to NSW government document Road Transport (Mass, Loading and Access) Regulation 2005 and to the later Road Transport (General) Amendment (Mass, Loading and Access) Regulation 2015 (accessed 15 Oct 2017) both of which have near identical wording I suggest keeping a printed copy in your car. Bear inRead More →

Race Report: Gareth Stokes Last weekend saw the 4th round of the PaddleNSW Marathon series hosted by Lane Cove River Kayakers. The event was the feature doubles round and was also the State doubles Championships. For the division 1 Paddlers the distance was extended to 25km with the other divisions remaining at their usual distances.  The doubles round is a great opportunity to getRead More →

It had been many years since Sue and I had competed at Lane Cove but with thanks to Annette for opening the club for us on Sunday, we were able to attend the doubles round. We had memories of parking a long way from the start and carrying heavy doubles a long way until finally reaching a mangrove covered startingRead More →