BP New Zealand IRB Championships

Event Details

Sat 1 Apr - Sun 2 Apr
Waipu Cove SLSC, Cove Road, Northland, Auckland, National

Event Contact:

Mike Lord

Email: mike.lord@surflifesaving.org.nz

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<p><span style="line-height: 1.4em;">Welcome to the 2017 BP New Zealand IRB Championships, where we see the event heading to the beautiful Waipu Cove, North of Auckland. On this page you will find the most up to date information for the BP New Zealand IRB Championships.</span></p> <p>This will be a fantastic event and it is sure to be a great weekend of fast and exhilarating racing from some of the best IRB racers in the country.</p> <p>&nbsp;<img width="159" height="136" src="/media/431007/bpsr_general_no-frame_159x136.jpg" alt="2015_BPSurfRescue_SI&amp;NI"/></p> <h2>Event News:</h2> <ul> <li>Dates: Saturday 1st - Sunday 2nd April 2017</li> <li>Start Time: &nbsp;8:00am</li> <li>Venue: &nbsp;Waipu Cove SLSC</li> </ul> <h2>Event Programme:</h2> <p>BP Surf Rescue New Zealand Championships Programme</p> <ul> <li>Assembly Rescue</li> <li>Mass Rescue</li> <li>Tube Rescue</li> <li>Single Rescue</li> <li>Teams Race</li> </ul> <h2>IRB Racing Policy Changes:</h2> <p>The following rules are draft changes to the Sport Policy SPS010 due to safety concerns raised prior to the BP New Zealand IRB Championships&nbsp;and as comunicated prior to that event, &nbsp;These changes are still under review by the NSC and changes may still be made.</p> <ul> <li>With the one exception below, lifejackets are compulsory for all IRB Drivers, Crew and Patients in competition and competition training from the 1<sup>st</sup>&nbsp;January 2016.&nbsp; Prior to the 1<sup>st</sup>&nbsp;January 2016, the wearing of lifejackets is highly recommended. <ul> <li>Note for the Tube Rescue Race patients do not need to wear a lifejacket but will be required to wear a High Visibility Vest and continue to be clipped in the rescue tube while in the boat.</li> </ul> </li> <li>With the one exception below, helmets are compulsory for all IRB Patients in competition and competition training from the 1<sup>st</sup>&nbsp;January 2016.&nbsp; Prior to the 1<sup>st</sup>&nbsp;January 2016, the wearing of helmets is highly recommended for patients.</li> <li> <ul> <li>Note for the Tube Rescue Race patients do not need to wear a helmet</li> </ul> </li> </ul> <ul> <li>The wearing of a high visibility colour on a competitors lifejacket or addition vest overtop is optional for drivers, crewperson and patients while wearing a lifejacket.&nbsp; Patients are still required to wear a high visibility vest for the tube rescue event if they choose not to wear a lifejacket</li> </ul> <h2>Team Managers:</h2> <ul> <li><a href="/media/814277/bp-new-zealand-irb-championships.pdf">Event Entry Circular</a>&nbsp;- updated 14/02/2017<a href="/media/800941/BP-Surf-Rescue-North-Island-Championships.pdf"></a></li> <li>Team Managers Circular</li> <li>Programme</li> <li style="list-style: none;"> <ul> <li>Assembly Rescue</li> <li>Mass Rescue</li> <li>Tube Rescue</li> <li>Single Rescue</li> <li>Teams Race</li> </ul> </li> <li>Site Plan</li> <li><a href="/media/814271/natirbs_accomodationreportform.doc">Accommodation Report Form</a>&nbsp;(pdf. 142kb)</li> <li><a href="/media/679842/appendixfour_bpsurfrescuenewzealandchampionships_clubdeclarationform.pdf"> Club &amp;&nbsp;Team Declaration Form</a>&nbsp;(pdf. 202kb)</li> <li><a href="/media/827613/SLSNZ_TeamsChangeForm.docx">Teams Change Form</a></li> <li><a href="/media/665394/2016_NIIRB_MissingPerson.pdf">Missing Person at Sea Role Responsibilities</a></li> <li><a href="/media/814272/2017_irbchampionships_fuel-order-form.docx">Fuel Order Form</a>&nbsp;(pdf. 74kb)</li> <li><a href="/media/671104/slsnz-photographer-application-agreement.pdf">Photograher Application Agreement</a>&nbsp;(pdf. 163kb)</li> <li><a href="/media/665595/Scrutineer-Check-Sheet.pdf">Scrutineering Assessment Form</a>&nbsp;(Note: if you would like to borrow the Turning Arc Protractors these are located in the Northern, Eastern, Taranaki, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin Offices)</li> </ul> <h2>Results:</h2> <p>For&nbsp;<a href="http://liveresults.co.nz/sls">Live Results</a>&nbsp;please Click here or visit the&nbsp;<a href="https://www.facebook.com/surflifesaving/?fref=ts">SLSNZ Facebook</a>&nbsp;page&nbsp;</p> <h2>Contact:</h2> <p><span>For more information:</span></p> <p>Todd Velvin - Event Manager<br /> 0276634014&nbsp;| toddvelvin@vodafone.co.nz&nbsp;</p> Sport

Description

Welcome to the 2017 BP New Zealand IRB Championships, where we see the event heading to the beautiful Waipu Cove, North of Auckland. On this page you will find the most up to date information for the BP New Zealand IRB Championships.

This will be a fantastic event and it is sure to be a great weekend of fast and exhilarating racing from some of the best IRB racers in the country.

 2015_BPSurfRescue_SI&NI

Event News:

  • Dates: Saturday 1st - Sunday 2nd April 2017
  • Start Time:  8:00am
  • Venue:  Waipu Cove SLSC

Event Programme:

BP Surf Rescue New Zealand Championships Programme

  • Assembly Rescue
  • Mass Rescue
  • Tube Rescue
  • Single Rescue
  • Teams Race

IRB Racing Policy Changes:

The following rules are draft changes to the Sport Policy SPS010 due to safety concerns raised prior to the BP New Zealand IRB Championships and as comunicated prior to that event,  These changes are still under review by the NSC and changes may still be made.

  • With the one exception below, lifejackets are compulsory for all IRB Drivers, Crew and Patients in competition and competition training from the 1st January 2016.  Prior to the 1st January 2016, the wearing of lifejackets is highly recommended.
    • Note for the Tube Rescue Race patients do not need to wear a lifejacket but will be required to wear a High Visibility Vest and continue to be clipped in the rescue tube while in the boat.
  • With the one exception below, helmets are compulsory for all IRB Patients in competition and competition training from the 1st January 2016.  Prior to the 1st January 2016, the wearing of helmets is highly recommended for patients.
    • Note for the Tube Rescue Race patients do not need to wear a helmet
  • The wearing of a high visibility colour on a competitors lifejacket or addition vest overtop is optional for drivers, crewperson and patients while wearing a lifejacket.  Patients are still required to wear a high visibility vest for the tube rescue event if they choose not to wear a lifejacket

Team Managers:

Results:

For Live Results please Click here or visit the SLSNZ Facebook page 

Contact:

For more information:

Todd Velvin - Event Manager
0276634014 | toddvelvin@vodafone.co.nz