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 and 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.

 

INFORMATION SHEET 2015-2016

Champion Lakes Regatta Centre events calendar with clubs training times and lake usage dates

For new members (or old ones that have forgotten!) Rowing WA has an exclusive booking of the lake/island at regattas. All club and member  boats ( kayaks, dragon boats etc)  must be off the water by 7:00am on the morning of a regatta.

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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!

CLBC PADDLER OF THE MONTH

MARCH  2016

Congratulations Ben Trapski

 

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COME AND TRY KAYAKING FOR KIDS

FREE!

Saturday 16 April 10:00am -12 noon

Bookings Essential before 12 April

Contact: robyn.l.brown@bigpond.com

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Something for everyone! Don't forget if you are just starting out then try a short course (usually half the distance of the main race) You then learn the protocol of racing-registering, attending briefings and finally lining up at a start line! The best part about marathons is that you travel around and see see different waterways. Also think about partnering someone in a K2....it makes the time go quicker! ...

This Season's Marathon Events

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Congratulations to Caleb Bushby....performing so well at the Olympic Hopefuls Regatta. Caleb is a club member who started with our Inaugural group of guppies in 2010! ...

Well done Caleb Bushby and Toby Digney, fourth in their semi-final of the K2 1000 (1999) at the Olympic hopefuls

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ACTIVITIES

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

 

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Third Annual Guppy Camp 15 and 16 October 2016

Join the fun again!

In 2015 children from Champion Lakes Boating Club, Ascot Kayak Club, Canning River Canoe Club and Swan Canoe Club had a fun filled two-day development camp at Champion Lakes. The children had instruction in slalom kayaking, canoe polo, sprint and marathon, with video coaching to improve their technique, movies and games. Lots of fun and lots of smiles!

Contact Robyn Brown for details: robynlorrainebrown@gmail.com

 

Dinner (1)
Water activities definitely build up a healthy appetite

 

Towing
Towing is great fun

Champion Lakes Regatta Centre events calendar with clubs training times and lake usage dates