Australian Ocean Racing Series Form Guide

Saturday, 10 July 2010 17:49 | Written by
With the series opener of the Australian Ocean Racing Series (AORS) bearing down on us I thought it might be best to put together a form guide based on last year’s results and potential newbies to the AORS.

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Australian Ocean Racing Series Kicks Off

Saturday, 19 June 2010 08:57 | Written by
The 2010/2011 AORS Season kicks off again in July and we are pleased to announce Australian Geographic Outdoor as the official magazine sponsor of the series.

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Australian Ocean Racing Series Wrap Up

Saturday, 03 April 2010 09:12 | Written by
The dust has settled and the titles claimed in this our first official Australian Ocean Racing national championships. Ten events around the country culminated with the biggest event on the calendar the Bridge to Beach earlier this month.

Bridge to Beach 2010 - Race Report ** pics **

Monday, 08 March 2010 18:39 | Written by
Sydney, Australia: “Tough!” was how most competitors in this year’s B to B explained the race. “Really hard work, totally different to previous years”. A strong headwind and incoming tide made the 11km race the toughest yet.

Bridge to Beach AORS Finale (Sydney, Aus)

Tuesday, 23 February 2010 08:21 | Written by
The final event of the Australian Ocean Racing Series will take place on March 7 on Sydney Harbour. The Bridge to Beach is expected to draw well over 600 paddlers, a host of swimmers and stand-up paddle boarders. This is the last chance for paddlers to lift their national ranking…

Mount Pacific Downwind - NZ

Thursday, 11 February 2010 08:09 | Written by
The inaugural running of the radical “MOUNT PACIFIC DOWNWIND” paddle event is now less than 10 days off. For those who yearn to compete in true ocean races, race 100% downwind and feel the exhilaration of riding open Pacific Ocean swells, then you do not get much better an opportunity…

The Doctor - Dean Gardiner's Take on the Race

Wednesday, 03 February 2010 08:24 | Written by
There are many factors that influence the success or failure of an event.  We have control over most of these but the weather is the one thing that will always be a thorn in the side of the organizers and has the potential to completely destroy what the particular event…
Dean Gardiner of NSW took out the 25km Graeme Long Memorial Race in Torquay last weekend. The race was part of the Outlaw Ocean Paddling Series, and was an Australian Ocean Paddling Championship event. Riding the surf to the finish - outlaw paddling!

Fullers King of the Harbour Race Report (NZ)

Sunday, 31 January 2010 20:29 | Written by
The summer hadn’t promised much in the way of winds for the revolutionised King of the Harbour race format which promised downwind conditions... wherever they were. And it didn’t look like the Downwind Gods were promising much in the way of luck either, when the first big nor easter Auckland…
JASMIN Kelly left the Sunshine Coast three years ago but claims she’s still a Maroochydore girl at heart. And yesterday her local knowledge paid off when she claimed the open women’s ski at the inaugural King of the Coast paddling race. Jasmin Kelly (Pic: Rambo)

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