2019 Eastern Regional Championships

Event Details

Fri 25 Jan 4:30PM - Sun 27 Jan 4:00PM
Midway Beach, Gisborne, Eastern - Gisborne

Event Contact:

Mark Inglis

Tel: 07 574 2061

Email: mark.inglis@surflifesaving.org.nz

Map
<h2>Event Overview</h2> <p>The Eastern Regional Championships (ERCs) has a proud history of being not only one of the biggest surf life saving events held in New Zealand, but one of the most competitive. Despite the Eastern Region spanning the Coromandel, Bay of Plenty and Gisborne Local Areas, the event attracts competitors from throughout the country.</p> <p>ERC’s offers almost all of the events available at the New Zealand Championships, drawing upon the best of the best to determine the Eastern Regional Champions and Overall Top Club.</p> <p>The competition includes a wide variety of events, requiring varying levels of technical skill and physical fitness. With surf and weather conditions constantly changing, the competition has proved to be one of the most exciting competitions of the Surf Life Saving calendar.</p> <p>Making an appearance at Midway Beach, one of the prestigious anchor venues of the National Championships, we invite you to celebrate the skills and experience of some of Surf Life Saving New Zealand’s very best athletes in Gisborne as they compete for their friends and against their fellow athletes.</p> <h2>Tairáwhiti/Gisborne</h2> <p>Tairáwhiti/Gisborne is proud to sponsor the 2019 Eastern Regional Championships in Gisborne. Surf Life Saving New Zealand is excited to be partnering with Tairáwhiti/Gisborne, showcasing everything that the region has to offer and why Gisborne remains one of the premier National Surf Life Saving Event venues.</p> <p>Also commonly called East Coast and Eastland, the Tairāwhiti region extends from east of Ōpōtiki in the north to the Mohaka River in the south. What lies between is an almost untouched paradise of spectacular surf beaches, inland wilderness, fertile vineyards<a href="http://tairawhitigisborne.co.nz/visit/dining-and-drinking/wineries/"> </a>and farms, marae and settlements, gorgeous lakes and rivers and Gisborne, a city thriving with cafes, hotels<a href="http://tairawhitigisborne.co.nz/visit/accommodation-guide/"> </a>and historic sites.</p> <p>Explore what the region has to offer at the Tairáwhiti/Gisborne website <a href="http://tairawhitigisborne.co.nz">here</a>.</p> <h2><strong>Entry Information</strong></h2> <p>Entries may be made using the SLSNZ Online Event Entry System. Your club has access to this system and will process your entries. Following the close of entry as detailed below entry fees will be invoiced directly to your club for payment prior to the competition.</p> <p>Entries Open: 10:00am, 12 December 2018</p> <p>Entries Close: 10:00am, 7 January 2019</p> <p>Late Entries Close: 10:00am, 21 January 2019</p> <p>Entry Fee: $60.00 (inclusive of GST)</p> <p>Team Substitute Fee: $10.00 (inclusive of GST)</p> <p>Late Entry Fee: An additional charge of $20.00 (inclusive of GST)</p> <h2>Entry Circular</h2> <p>This document provides you with all the information you need to know in order to enter this event. While it contains the typical logistical information surrounding the event, it also incorporates very important details that an athlete, parent and/or guardian must be aware of before entering themselves or their child into this event.</p> <p><a data-udi="umb://media/64a3b15c30c447bcb9603f575a59ac42" href="/media/987504/2019-eastern-regional-championships-entry-circular-v2.pdf" title="Entry Circular V2">Entry Circular - pdf</a></p> <h2><strong>Team Manager Circular</strong></h2> <p>This document provides you with all the information you need to know as a Team Manager at this event. While it contains the typical logistical information surrounding the event, it also incorporates very important details that a Team Manager must be aware of before attending the event.</p> <p>Please note that this circular must be read in conjunction with the Entry Circular which outlines further information Team Managers must be aware of prior to entering any competitors into the competition.</p> <p><a data-udi="umb://media/8ae5b78dc5ed4b89bca668ad2f429f76" href="/media/987505/2019-eastern-regional-championships-team-manager-circular-v2.pdf" title="Team Managers Circular V2">Team Manager Circular - pdf</a></p> <h2><strong>Officials Circular</strong></h2> <div class="page"> <div class="section"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p><span>This document provides you with all the information you need to know as an Official at this event. While it contains the typical logistical information surrounding the event, it also incorporates very important details that an Official must be aware of before attending the event. </span></p> <p><span>Please note that this circular should be read in conjunction with the Entry and Team Manager Circulars which outline further information Participants and Team Managers must be aware of prior to attending into the competition. </span></p> <p><a data-udi="umb://media/128e0a8ea0f044eeb880aedee8e42f27" href="/media/987510/2019-eastern-regional-championships-officials-circular.pdf" title="2019 Eastern Regional Championships - Officials Circular.pdf"><span>Officials Circular - pdf</span></a></p> <h2>Competition Safety Plan</h2> <div class="page"> <div class="section"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p><span>The draft Competition Safety Plan and Hazard Identification Appendices are available to download below</span><span>. The document is also available for viewing in the Event Management Area during the event. The missing person at sea reflex tasking can be found in </span><span>Appendix Two </span><span>of the entry circular.</span></p> <p> </p> <p>Appendix 1. <a data-udi="umb://media/182aaf37896141a89d9f1e5f461b6f17" href="/media/987506/2019-ercs-draft-3-arena-split-days-v-2.pdf" title="Draft Programme V2">Programme</a> (pdf, 189kb)<br />Appendix 2. <a data-udi="umb://media/8ae5b78dc5ed4b89bca668ad2f429f76" href="/media/987505/2019-eastern-regional-championships-team-manager-circular-v2.pdf" title="Team Managers Circular V2">Team Manager Circular - pdf</a><br />Appendix 3. <a data-udi="umb://media/58ec8acac68f44a7b4ecc37d09aa6636" href="/media/987369/draft-competition-safety-manual-ercs.pdf" title="Draft Competition Safety Plan - ERCs">Draft Competition Safety Plan - pdf, </a><a style="text-decoration-line: underline;" data-udi="umb://media/3e8ed0cec9704f5ca30a95d69a201a70" href="/media/987330/hazard-identification-spreadsheet.pdf" title="2019 BP Surf Rescue North Island Championships - Hazard Identification Spreadsheet">Hazard Identification Spreadsheet - pdf</a><br />Appendix 4. <a data-udi="umb://media/671c10a2e8ab4108836f03bd624e2750" href="/media/987507/team-managers-declaration-form.doc" title="TM Declaration Form">Team Managers Declaration Form</a> (word, 84kb) <br />Appendix 5. Accomodation Report Form (word, 179kb)<br /><a href="/media/811761/slsnz-photographer-application-agreement.docx">Appendix 6. Photographer Agreement Form</a> (word, 80kb) <br />Appendix 7. <a data-udi="umb://media/7b9e8c69099d4417a8b87a8292700407" href="/media/987508/slsnz_teamschangeform.docx" title="Team Change Forms">Team Change Form</a> (word, 84kb)<br /><br /></p> <p> </p> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> Sport

Description

Event Overview

The Eastern Regional Championships (ERCs) has a proud history of being not only one of the biggest surf life saving events held in New Zealand, but one of the most competitive. Despite the Eastern Region spanning the Coromandel, Bay of Plenty and Gisborne Local Areas, the event attracts competitors from throughout the country.

ERC’s offers almost all of the events available at the New Zealand Championships, drawing upon the best of the best to determine the Eastern Regional Champions and Overall Top Club.

The competition includes a wide variety of events, requiring varying levels of technical skill and physical fitness. With surf and weather conditions constantly changing, the competition has proved to be one of the most exciting competitions of the Surf Life Saving calendar.

Making an appearance at Midway Beach, one of the prestigious anchor venues of the National Championships, we invite you to celebrate the skills and experience of some of Surf Life Saving New Zealand’s very best athletes in Gisborne as they compete for their friends and against their fellow athletes.

Tairáwhiti/Gisborne

Tairáwhiti/Gisborne is proud to sponsor the 2019 Eastern Regional Championships in Gisborne. Surf Life Saving New Zealand is excited to be partnering with Tairáwhiti/Gisborne, showcasing everything that the region has to offer and why Gisborne remains one of the premier National Surf Life Saving Event venues.

Also commonly called East Coast and Eastland, the Tairāwhiti region extends from east of Ōpōtiki in the north to the Mohaka River in the south. What lies between is an almost untouched paradise of spectacular surf beaches, inland wilderness, fertile vineyards and farms, marae and settlements, gorgeous lakes and rivers and Gisborne, a city thriving with cafes, hotels and historic sites.

Explore what the region has to offer at the Tairáwhiti/Gisborne website here.

Entry Information

Entries may be made using the SLSNZ Online Event Entry System. Your club has access to this system and will process your entries. Following the close of entry as detailed below entry fees will be invoiced directly to your club for payment prior to the competition.

Entries Open: 10:00am, 12 December 2018

Entries Close: 10:00am, 7 January 2019

Late Entries Close: 10:00am, 21 January 2019

Entry Fee: $60.00 (inclusive of GST)

Team Substitute Fee: $10.00 (inclusive of GST)

Late Entry Fee: An additional charge of $20.00 (inclusive of GST)

Entry Circular

This document provides you with all the information you need to know in order to enter this event. While it contains the typical logistical information surrounding the event, it also incorporates very important details that an athlete, parent and/or guardian must be aware of before entering themselves or their child into this event.

Entry Circular - pdf

Team Manager Circular

This document provides you with all the information you need to know as a Team Manager at this event. While it contains the typical logistical information surrounding the event, it also incorporates very important details that a Team Manager must be aware of before attending the event.

Please note that this circular must be read in conjunction with the Entry Circular which outlines further information Team Managers must be aware of prior to entering any competitors into the competition.

Team Manager Circular - pdf

Officials Circular

This document provides you with all the information you need to know as an Official at this event. While it contains the typical logistical information surrounding the event, it also incorporates very important details that an Official must be aware of before attending the event.

Please note that this circular should be read in conjunction with the Entry and Team Manager Circulars which outline further information Participants and Team Managers must be aware of prior to attending into the competition.

Officials Circular - pdf

Competition Safety Plan

The draft Competition Safety Plan and Hazard Identification Appendices are available to download below. The document is also available for viewing in the Event Management Area during the event. The missing person at sea reflex tasking can be found in Appendix Two of the entry circular.

 

Appendix 1. Programme (pdf, 189kb)
Appendix 2. Team Manager Circular - pdf
Appendix 3. Draft Competition Safety Plan - pdf, Hazard Identification Spreadsheet - pdf
Appendix 4. Team Managers Declaration Form (word, 84kb) 
Appendix 5. Accomodation Report Form (word, 179kb)
Appendix 6. Photographer Agreement Form (word, 80kb) 
Appendix 7. Team Change Form (word, 84kb)