Single Craft Season Wrap Up
The Single Craft Games
Santa Fails to Deliver at the Twenty Beaches
You would think that a 10kt easterly wind would make for horror conditions but not so. The interaction of that and a SE swell with the numerous headlands meant surfing skills were rewarded from start to finish.
Congrats especially to Nick Valentine who set himself the season goal of doing the race for the first time on a ski and achieved just that in fine form.
Xmas Eve Downhill
Calling All OC2 Paddlers
We are planning to form a PD OC2 team consisting of 4 to 8 people. For those that have been doing some OC1 paddling this is a great opportunity to try your hand at an open water race.
If you want join the PD OC2 team you need to:
What sessions would you like for the off-season?
It’s a Wrap!
Congrats to everyone that stepped out of their comfort zone to take on single craft paddling in the 2008 season. It’s never an easy step to suddenly find yourself the stroke, engine room and steerer all at once. Once you do though there’s no turning back!
Congrats in particular to everyone that set themselves a single craft goal. Regardless of whether you achieved it or not the next step is the same…
Take out 10 mins to think about the season just past. Make a note of two things you learnt and two things you’d like to do differently next season. Use these to make your next single craft plans or to nail the goal that got away on you.
The single craft off-season is here and the focus now moves to dragon boat and OC6. For those still doing some single craft sessions this is a great time to review the things we covered over the season.
Before you do a session logon and check out one of the tips below:
Sep 14 – Setting Goals