Nationals K4 Finals...Bronze for the Girls image CLBC gold medallist Kathy Mallory and her training buddy support person Allan Mumford.

 

Champion Lakes Boating Club is a unique aquatic sports club encompassing the four disciplines of :

Kayaking

Rowing

Dragon boating

Radio sailing

This website contains information about the KAYAKING section of the club.

We welcome competitive and recreational paddlers to join us and share the first class facilities at Champion Lakes Regatta Centre.

We are an inclusive club with a strong family emphasis.

CLUB INFORMATION SHEET 2017-2018

For new members (or old ones that have forgotten!), please remember

At ROWING regattas Rowing WA has an exclusive booking of the lake/island. All club and member boats ( kayaks, dragon boats etc) . must be off the water by 7:00 am on the morning of a race.

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CLUB SPONSORS

CLBC Kayakers wish to thank the continuing support we receive from

GETAWAY OUTDOORS, KELMSCOTT

Please support Michelle and the team!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cY_bqADF0lo&t=10s

Keen to get fit? Want some stroke correction?

Join our coach Greg Smith

Level One Flatwater Coach

Level Two Personal Trainer

kids-nov2016COME AND TRY KAYAKING

Next Event: Seniors Come and Try,  Thursday 9 November  

Bookings Essential

Contact Robyn: kayaking@clbc.org.au

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I thought this Sun Smart message from Paddle WA very appropriate for all CLBC members as we enter hot summer weather. Don't forget we have super club rashies made from chlorine resistant fabric available to any CLBC members. Contact Taitiarna Brown for details/sizes/costs ...

UV. It All Adds Up “Anywhere you go UV will damage unprotected skin. And it just keeps adding up.” We usually think of sunburn as something that happens at the beach. But did you know more of us get sunburnt during day-to-day activities like hanging the washing, weekend BBQs or heading outside to grab lunch? We might not think of these everyday moments as times we need sun protection, but this “incidental” UV damage also contributes to our risk of cancer. Your skin is like a memory bank – it remembers all the sunburns, all the tans and all the time you spent exposed to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) radiation, without sun protection. Over time, this UV damage can result in premature ageing, eye damage, sunspots, and ultimately, skin cancer. To prevent UV damage – and cut your risk of skin cancer – protect your skin this summer. #SunSmart #PaddleWA

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Analyzing paddling technique
Video analizis of the paddlers technique can help to improve it

 

Join our Guppy group ( 8-12 year olds) or Junior Paddling group (13-18yrs)

CLBC offers qualified coaches and a fun and safe environment that provides children and youth a pathway to recreational or Olympic dreams in sprint kayaking!

Contact Robyn Brown for details: kayaking@clbc.org.au