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Marathon paddling will appeal to people of all ages, who like to keep fit.
It is low impact and great for a total body workout. Marathon racing can be over different distances, from as little as 5km, up to more than 100 kilometres. That’s why they call it ‘Marathon’!

The PaddleNSW Marathon Series is a series of races held throughout NSW and hosted by affiliated Clubs on their own waterways. It is a great way to meet new friends, paddle with mates and to see NSW in peaceful water surrounds. Marathon series events are held all over the state, taking paddlers to new towns or unexplored corners of well known cities. The PaddleNSW Marathon Series caters for paddlers of all ages and skills, allowing paddlers to choose from race distances of 5, 10, 15 or 20kms – and within time ‘divisions’ to suit their current experience.

Division 3 start at the 2018 Woronora Marathon. Photo: Ian Wrenford, LCRK.

2019 Marathon Series


Bonus Round: Frank Harrison Races (February 23rd & 24th)

Round 1: Canberra, Saturday March 2nd
This race includes State Singles Championships
Check out all the results here

Round 2: Woronora, Saturday March 23rd
Check out all the results here

Round 3: Tacoma, Sunday March 31st
Check out all the results here

Round 4: Lane Cove, Sunday April 14th
Check out all the regular divisional results here
This race includes State Doubles Championships, with the results show here

Round 5: Batemans Bay Paddle Challenge, Saturday April 27th
Entries now open here
More info about the race here

Round 6: Burrill Lake, Saturday June 1st
Entries now open here
There will be a post-race dinner at the Milton-Ulladulla Ex-Servo Club. Tickets can be booked with race entry.

Round 7: Penrith, Sunday June 23rd
Entries now open here

Round 8: Davistown, Sunday July 14th
Entries now open here

Round 9: Windsor, Saturday August 3rd
Entries now open here
This race is a bonus Portage Round

Round 10: Teralba, Saturday August 24th
Entries now open here
Information on annual presentation dinner to come.

2019 Marathon Rules

Club Points after Round 4 of the 2019 Marathon Series
Paddlers in the Men’s Open K1 at the 2019 State Championships. Photo: Ian Wrenford, LCRK.

2019 Ultra Marathon Series

Race 1: Wyong Ultra (30kms)
Sunday September 8th

Race 2: Myall Classic (47kms)
Saturday September 21st

Race 3: Clarence 100 (100kms)
Friday October 18th – Sunday 20th

Race 4: Hawkesbury Canoe Classic (111kms) & Wisemans Dash (65kms)
Saturday October 26th

Race 5: Burley Griffin 24 Hour Challenge

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