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The Mandurah Duel - 6 December 2020
A 12.5km downwind paddling duel between ocean skis, SUPs and outriggers.
Sunday, November 22, 2020
Sunday, November 15, 2020
Presents the 2020
Sunday 6th December 2020
he Mandurah Ocean Club celebrates our 20th year paddling in WA by
welcoming all Outrigger, Ski and SUP paddlers, family, friends and volunteers
to the Mandurah Duel.
The DUEL is an Ocean Paddler Event which is a 12.5km downwind race that starts
at the Dawesville Cut, follows the coast north to Halls Head and finishes at the
Mandurah Ocean Club.
We ask everyone to take note of the COVID Safety information included in this race pack and will be implemented for our event this year. This is to ensure all paddlers, volunteers and supporters can attend knowing the club is putting your health and safety first.
Location: Mandurah Ocean Club
(Old Mandurah Yacht Club) 1 Halls Head Parade Halls Head
Registrations – inside the hall, enter from the merchandise tents and exit towards the car park. (Collect your Duel Cap) Please use hand sanitizer when entering and exiting the hall.
Toilets – inside the hall, showers are closed due to Covid-19
Merchandise stalls – We are excited to bring to you the following Paddle vendors!
Marere Paddles, Viz Va’a, EPIC Ski’s, CK Paddles
and AUSLOANS Finance Group with Adam Fisher - with more surprises to come!
St John Ambulance – will be parked by the grass entrance area.
Presentations – will be held on the pavers, beside the merchandiser’s stalls.
Coffee Truck – in front of the registration hall and will be there at 9.30am.
Located inside are: Bathroom Facilities, Baggage, Key Storage,
Race Director Desk, Land Co-ordinator Desk and Registration.
Access will be as directed by volunteers in accordance to Map 1 with single entry and
Club will provide hand sanitising stations at the entrance and exit.
Common area for Vendors and Food Trucks
Race Briefing and Presentations
Trailer Unloading and Loading of OC6 Canoes
Competitor Entrance to Beach Marshalling area and course end.
Eating, Dancing and Entertainment Area
St John Ambulance Service station will be set up in this area
Mandurah Ocean Club Shed
Entrance to shed is restricted to Members only - visitors must be escorted at all times and signed in as per COVID current rulings.
External Water Tap and hose will be set up and available for use to wash down any craft - with buckets and detergent.
There is a second tap also available in the middle of the grass area.
Use of the Paddle holder and Canoe lean located outside of the club shed can also be used for cleaning down craft and equipment.
Disposable gloves will be available - please see the Land Coordinator to collect if required.
Post-race: The MOC trolley will be available for all clubs to use on request.
General Rubbish and Recycling Bins will be located around the grass area - please use or take your rubbish with you at the end of the day - and help us to continue keeping our club area, grass, bush and beaches clean
Where possible we recommend all paddlers organise car shuffling from Dawesville
back to the club for race briefing and collection of cars AFTER the race be done prior to
the day. This can eliminate much stress on yourselves and regatta hosts. Carpool where
possible so you can finish the day and enjoy some food, drinks and laughs on the grass
with your paddle mates.
Mandurah Ocean Club shares a public car park - we will have volunteers on the day to point you in the right direction after the car park is full. Overflow will be in the adjacent grass area. Please be mindful to leave enough space in this unmarked area and not block cars in. Do not leave any valuables on show in your car while you are away as will be un-monitored.
Pre-race: Trailers on return from Dawesville canoe drop off can be parked on the lawn at the Mandurah Ocean Club or as directed by Club Volunteer parking attendants, please adhere to their directions on the day.
FOOD & DRINKS
All Competitors, Volunteers and Supporters are encouraged to bring their own drinking
water (to reduce purchase of single use plastic bottles) and food for the day, however we
have invited the following local Food Trucks to provide catering for all of your food and drink
Due to COVID local businesses were heavily impacted this year - please support our local vendors if you can.
Vincent The Coffee Van - 9.30am-12.00noon
All participants and spectators are asked to maintain social distancing when approaching vendor stalls or trucks throughout the event.
FIRST TIME EVER - Mandurah Cruise have come onboard this year to let family and friends come aboard the DUEL SPECTATOR TOUR!
This year the Mandurah Ocean Club celebrates their 20th year paddling in WA by welcoming all Outrigger, Ski and SUP paddlers, family and friends to the Mandurah Duel.
We invite you to BOOK and come aboard with Mandurah Cruises as a spectator! Take a FRONT ROW SEAT on their powerful open sided rib - watch your loved ones compete, and feel the downwind ocean vibe just like the paddlers (but less strenuous on the muscles)!
The tour will cover the race start which kicks off at 1.47 - 2.00. It will then follow, as closely as possible, the paddlers course to the finish line at Doddi's Beach.
There is limited seating, so we strongly advise BOOKING EARLY.
Please note this is not Mandurah Cruises' Dolphin Island Adventure and is designed only for guests who wish to spectate on this race.
Saturday, October 31, 2020
Tuesday, September 18, 2018
January 20, 2019
It's on again!!! The Mandurah Ocean Club invites ocean skis, outriggers, SUPs, plastics and kayaks to compete in the Peel region's major ocean paddling event.
Stay tuned for more updates.
Sunday, January 7, 2018
Wednesday, July 26, 2017
Mandurah Duel 2018There's plenty of time to train for the 2018 Mandurah Duel ... the next 12.5km downwind ocean race off Mandurah will be held 21 January.
Skis, Kayaks, SUPS, Outrigger Canoes.
Like our Mandurah Duel Facebook page to receive updates, such as open registrations.
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Sunday, January 22, 2017
Here is the link to the Results