The Clarence 100, 2020

Friday, October 9, 2020 06:00 (GMT+11)

Event info
Sport: Paddling - kayak
Location: Grafton, Australia
Registrations: 63
Registration closes: Thursday, October 8, 2020 23:59 (GMT+11)
Organized by: Ben Sullivan
Event website: www.clarence100.com.au
Event notes

CLARENCE 100
2020


WELCOME, ALL COMERS. . This is our 5th year and each year we work at making this event better than the year before. This year you have a choice of 3 entry options. You can register
1. Full Distance - The iconic Clarence 100 (actually 105.7km) where you paddle each stage of each day in full (in single, double or multi person craft).
2. Relay option, where a team of two persons in single craft OR 4 persons in double craft must paddle 3 of the 6 legs of the race. (each stage has 2 legs). Paddle every day but halve the distance.
3. Social - Where you paddle any OR all of the three stages in a single, double, or multi-person craft. Social paddlers start half hour prior to competitive paddlers .

All paddlers must complete the registration process whether individual or part of a team.


This event is suited to fast paddling craft. Please ensure you enter with this in mind.
Repeat,FAST NOT SLOW!
Our philosophy has and always will be, take the paddle serious but bring a casual attitude. Throughout the weekend there are great opportunities to enjoy local hospitality establishments and we encourage you to take advantage of this. Get to know your fellow paddlers and have a great time.
This event is a non commercial venture and our aim through your participation is to give back to the community. We do this by providing financial support to Junior sporting communities associated with the Clarence River that provide support to our event.
Every entry gets an event shirt and or hat plus lunch is provided at presentation. Early bird entry discount applies from June 1st until August 31st. Updates and forum are provided through Facebook page and group.Please follow these regularly and share to others

We hope to see you there

NEVER UNDERSTIMATE THE CLARENCE 100


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Please review the waiver provided by the event organizer and click the check box below to accept it. Print waiver
WAIVER RELEASE AND INDEMNIFICATION Clarence 100, 2019
In consideration of the acceptance of my entry in "The Clarence 100"
1. I hereby agree to comply with all of the rules and regulations and event instructions of The Clarence 100 aquatic paddling event imposed by NSW Maritime representative’s ,The Event organisers, NSW Police Service and Clarence Valley Council
2. For myself, my executors, administrators, heirs, next of kin, successors and assigns, I hereby waive and release any and all claims I may have against Canoeing Australia ,Paddle NSW, NSW Maritime, The Clarence Valley Council and the Event Organisers and sponsors of the Clarence 100, their officers, directors, member, volunteers, employees or assigns ("the Releases") including any and all claims for damage, caused by the negligence of any of them arising out of my participating in the event and its related activities, together with any costs including legal fees that may be incurred as a result of any such claim whether valid or not.
3. I hereby indemnify and hold harmless the "Releases" and each of them against any such claim that I, my guests, any one, or more of my executors, administrators, heirs, next of kin, successors and assigns may have or asset against any cost including legal representation fees with respect thereof.
4. I hereby acknowledge that I have the sole responsibility for my personal possessions and effects and any athletic equipment during the Clarence 100 event and its related activities. In addition I release event organisers from any liability claim made in respect to damage or theft of any equipment or personal belongings used in conjunction with the event
5. I hereby acknowledge that participating the Clarence 100 kayaking event competition carries with it potential hazards .and personal risk I therefore release NSW Maritime, Australian Canoeing Paddle NSW, The Clarence Valley Council and the Clarence 100 Aquatic Event Organiser and Management, its Officers and organisers, volunteers, employees and sponsors of any personal or public liability resulting from injury or death during the event and its related activities.
6. I hereby attest and verify that I am physically fit and have sufficiently trained for this competition and that my physical condition has been verified by a licensed medical doctor.
7. I hereby consent to receive treatment which may be deemed advisable in the event of injury, accident, and/or illness during the Clarence 100 Aquatic Event.
8. I hereby permit the free use of my name and photo in broadcasts, telecasts and the press as they pertain to the event.
Risk Warning pursuant to Civil Liability Act 2002 (section 5M)
The Clarence 100 is a physical demanding and potentially dangerous event. Risks include drowning, natural obstacles, man-made or controlled obstacles, and marine attack. The Clarence 100 takes in the open water. Paddlers enter at their own risk. You should have a medical check prior to entry, and prepare for the event by regular training. Water safety vessels powered and non-powered will patrol the course for the duration of the Clarence 100. If a paddler feels unable to proceed further in the Clarence 100, the attention of the water safety personnel or other canoeists should be sought. The Clarence 100 Event Organiser cannot guarantee your safety. The Clarence 100 Event Organiser and its representatives reserve the right to bring to shore by the water patrol any entrants who they deem to be incapable of competing further in the event. While in the competition area – including the beach and water environments – entrants must follow all directions of lifeguards and Clarence 100 Event officials and water safety personnel.

I acknowledge as an entrant, if in the event, that I will assist any other entrants in difficulties and or in need of assistance.

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