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NB Sailsports to host Laser Speed Camps

by NB Sailsports Media on 10 Mar 2011
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NB Sailsports will be hosting four Laser Speed Camps run by NB sponsored sailor, current Laser National Champion and new AST member, Tom Burton and supported by other members of the NB team. This includes former Australian Laser Radial Nationals runner up Aaron Gregory, former GBR Finn Sailors Henry Bagnall and 'Big Mac' Rob McMillan.

The camps will be held at four New South Wales clubs throughout March.

Double Bay Sailing Club – Wednesday 16th March:
Be rigged and ready at 6pm for briefing
Open to sailors form Double Bay Sailing Club, Woollahra Sailing Club and Vaucluse

Gosford Sailing Club – Saturday 19th March:
10am Start
Open to all Central Coast, Lake Macquarie and Newcastle area Laser sailors

Middle Harbour Amateur Sailing Club – Saturday 26th March:
11am Start
Open to all Middle Harbour Amateur Sailing Club sailors

Dobroyd Aquatic Club – Sunday 27th March:
11am start
Open to sailors from Dobroyd Aquatic Club and sailors from Hunters Hill and Abbortsford clubs.


The idea of these days is to give some top tips to the regular club sailor.

All days are free of charge and complimentary of NB Sailsports. There will be giveaways on the day, courtesy of Harken as well as other spot prizes. For more information telephone Henry on 02 4340 2223/0412 485 216 or email info@nbsailsports.com.au.

NB Sailsports are also proud sponsors of the Australian Sailing Team and the NSW Emerging Talent Squad.
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