04/02/2014 | 4 comments
This winter there has been plenty going on in the UK on the slalom racing scene, we’re not talking about the full on UKWA pro racing either, but the local racing taking place across the country.
Coming up this weekend down in Weymouth, is the next local slalom competition, hosted by the OTC. More info from Tris Best:
Action from round one of the Weymouth slalom racing in December.
“Bit last minute I’m afraid everyone, but with the long range forecast for a stabilising high-pressure and cold air, we thought it a good idea to get another round in beforehand. Sunday is for set for 10 degrees plus, plenty of water in the harbour and winds of 30knots, so it seems as good a time as any…
“Race briefing will be as close to 10.00am as possible at the centre and as with Round One we will aim to get as many races done during the day as possible. Cost is £10.00 per entry; any queries, let us know.”
It’s great to see so much local racing going on, is there anything happening in your area? Whatever it is, however many of you racing, Boards would love to hear about your local racing and blasting groups. Use the comments below or send you info through to email@example.com
Another spot with a great slalom scene is Hayling Island, check out the report from James Dinsmore, UKWA slalom champion, on page two about a successful year of racing the Hayling Slalom scene for all levels of racer…