Bay of Plenty Spring Series #1

Event Details

Sat 29 Oct 9:00AM
Mount Maunganui Main Beach, Eastern - Bay of Plenty

Event Contact:

Mark Inglis

Tel: 07 574 2061

Email: mark.inglis@surflifesaving.org.nz

Map
<p><img width="640" height="246" src="/media/782968/spring-series-1_640x246.jpg" alt="Bop_SpringSeries1_img"/></p> <h1>Bay of Plenty Spring Series # 1</h1> <p><strong>Event Overview</strong></p> <p>The 2016 Spring Series is a competition looking to attract competitors and athletes throughout New Zealand to compete in a series of back-to-back medium distance surf sport events.<br /> The three rounds of the series will be spread between Mount Main beach, Omanu Beach and Papamoa Beach. The series offers Beach Run, Ski, Board, and Run/Board/Ski Relay events that test both their speed and endurance as the athletes build up for the up and coming summer season. The series also caters for a wide range of ability levels, including a range of divisions.</p> <p><strong>Event Information</strong></p> <ul> <li>Officials Briefing: 8:30am</li> <li>Team Managers Briefing: 8:45am</li> <li>Start Time: 9:00am</li> <li>High Visibility Vests: High Visibility Vests are compulsory for all water event competitors</li> <li>Racing Uniform: Club Caps are compulsory and the use of wetsuit gear is permitted</li> <li>No Entry Fee</li> <li>Registration: Event entry is via the SLSNZ Online <a href="http://slsnz.enternow.co.nz/slsnz/">Entry system&nbsp;</a></li> </ul> <h4><strong>For more infomation check out the&nbsp;<a href="/media/782969/bopspringseries-1.pdf">Event Flyer</a>&nbsp;</strong> (pdf, 656kb)</h4> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Divisions:</strong></p> <p>Mens &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Womens<br /> A Division &nbsp; &nbsp; A Division<br /> B Division &nbsp; &nbsp; B Division<br /> C Division</p> <p>The first Round races will be Age Categories Open + Masters, U19, and U16 if we have sufficient numbers. After the first Round, based on results, the athletes will be divided into Divisions, where each Division will contain 15 competitors. The last 5 finishers of each division race will be moved down into the lower division (i.e. A Division to B Division). The first 5 finishers of each division race will be moved up into the higher division (i.e. C Division to B Division).<br /> Any subsequent registrations at later rounds will result in competitors being automatically placed in the lowest division for the first race.</p> <p><strong>Events:</strong><br /> 1km Beach Run / 2km Beach: run simultaneously<br /> 800-1000m Board Race - 3 Races<br /> 1000-1500m Ski Race - 3 Races<br /> Run/Board/Ski Relay (Team or Individual)<br /> Please note that the events listed and the number of rounds on the day is dependent upon the number of entries and surf/weather conditions.</p> Sport

Description

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Bay of Plenty Spring Series # 1

Event Overview

The 2016 Spring Series is a competition looking to attract competitors and athletes throughout New Zealand to compete in a series of back-to-back medium distance surf sport events.
The three rounds of the series will be spread between Mount Main beach, Omanu Beach and Papamoa Beach. The series offers Beach Run, Ski, Board, and Run/Board/Ski Relay events that test both their speed and endurance as the athletes build up for the up and coming summer season. The series also caters for a wide range of ability levels, including a range of divisions.

Event Information

  • Officials Briefing: 8:30am
  • Team Managers Briefing: 8:45am
  • Start Time: 9:00am
  • High Visibility Vests: High Visibility Vests are compulsory for all water event competitors
  • Racing Uniform: Club Caps are compulsory and the use of wetsuit gear is permitted
  • No Entry Fee
  • Registration: Event entry is via the SLSNZ Online Entry system 

For more infomation check out the Event Flyer  (pdf, 656kb)

 

Divisions:

Mens           Womens
A Division     A Division
B Division     B Division
C Division

The first Round races will be Age Categories Open + Masters, U19, and U16 if we have sufficient numbers. After the first Round, based on results, the athletes will be divided into Divisions, where each Division will contain 15 competitors. The last 5 finishers of each division race will be moved down into the lower division (i.e. A Division to B Division). The first 5 finishers of each division race will be moved up into the higher division (i.e. C Division to B Division).
Any subsequent registrations at later rounds will result in competitors being automatically placed in the lowest division for the first race.

Events:
1km Beach Run / 2km Beach: run simultaneously
800-1000m Board Race - 3 Races
1000-1500m Ski Race - 3 Races
Run/Board/Ski Relay (Team or Individual)
Please note that the events listed and the number of rounds on the day is dependent upon the number of entries and surf/weather conditions.