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SLAM 2014 Combined High Schools entries now open

by Rod Carter on 4 Mar 2014
Combined High School Championship Rod Carter
The SLAM 2014 Combined High Schools (CHS) Championship Notice of Race, regatta information and online entry are now available. The regatta will be hosted on Lake Macquarie by Belmont 16ft Sailing Club. The CHS Championship will be raced from Saturday 12th April to Wednesday 16th April.

The event is looking set to be one of the biggest and most competitive fleets in recent years. A final entry of over 160 boats is anticipated and the quality of competition will be extremely high with sailors coming from NSW, ACT, QLD and VIC.

Entries are open to all classes and competitors who are currently attending an Australian High School. The event is highly regarded as the training ground for many of our future champions.

Event organisers pleased to have the continued involvement of its sponsors SLAM and DeckHardware with their support of the regatta and youth sailing in Australia.

Online entries will be open right up until the regatta commences and competitors are encouraged to get their entries in early. Entries received after the 3rd April 2014, will incur a late entry fee.

To enter the CHS regatta, click here and enter now.


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