NZ SUP National Distance and Sprint Racing Championships 2019

 
NZ SUP National Distance and Sprint Racing Championships 2019
NZ SUP NATIONAL DISTANCE AND SPRINT RACING CHAMPIONSHIPS 2019

                               NOTICE OF RACE

    NZ SUP National Distance and
           Sprint Racing
        Championships 2019
                         Waitangi Estuary, Bay of Islands

       Saturday 13 April: Distance Racing - 4km, 8km, 16km

       Sunday 14 April:           200m Sprint Racing

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  1.        Disclaimer of liability ................................................................................................................................. 3
  2.        Entering ..................................................................................................................................................... 3
  3.        Entry Fees .................................................................................................................................................. 3
       a)           Saturday Distance Races ................................................................................................................... 3
       b)           Sunday Sprint Races .......................................................................................................................... 3
  4.        Age and Eligibility....................................................................................................................................... 4
  5.        Gender ....................................................................................................................................................... 4
  6.        Nationality ................................................................................................................................................. 4
  7.        ISA Worlds NZ Team Selection................................................................................................................... 4
  8.        Event Check-in / Registration .................................................................................................................... 4
  9.        Race Briefing .............................................................................................................................................. 5
  10.           Prizegivings ............................................................................................................................................ 5
  11.           Prizes ..................................................................................................................................................... 5
       a)           16km Long Distance Race ................................................................................................................ 5
       b)           8km Distance Race ........................................................................................................................... 5
       c)          4km Distance Race ............................................................................................................................ 6
       d)           Sprint Races....................................................................................................................................... 6
  12.           Race Shirts & Numbers .......................................................................................................................... 7
  13.           Food/Beverages .................................................................................................................................... 7
  14.           Racing Schedule & Draws ...................................................................................................................... 7
  15.           Official Notice Board ............................................................................................................................. 7
  16.           Weather Contingencies ......................................................................................................................... 7
  17.           Courses .................................................................................................................................................. 8
       a)           16km Long Distance Course ............................................................................................................. 8
       b)           8 km Distance Course........................................................................................................................ 9
       c)          4 km Distance Course ........................................................................................................................ 9
       d)           Sprint Race Course .......................................................................................................................... 10
  18.           Schedule of Events .............................................................................................................................. 11
       Friday 12th April: Pre-Race Registration/Check-in ...................................................................................... 11
       Saturday 13th April: Distance Races ........................................................................................................... 11
       Sunday 14th April: Sprint Races .................................................................................................................. 11
  19.           Paddler Rules and Safety ..................................................................................................................... 12
       The Long Distance Race............................................................................................................................... 12
  20.           General Racing Rules ........................................................................................................................... 13
  21.           SUP Race Board Classes ....................................................................................................................... 16
       a)           14’ & Under Class ............................................................................................................................ 16
       b)           12’6 and Under ............................................................................................................................... 16
       c)          Non Raceboard Class: ...................................................................................................................... 16
       d)           Inflatable Boards ............................................................................................................................. 16

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   1. Disclaimer of liability
Paddlers participate in the event entirely at their own risk. The organisers accept no liability for
material damage or personal injury or death sustained in conjunction with or prior to, during, or
after the event. It is the sole responsibility of the paddler to decide whether or not to race. All
paddlers must sign a liability waiver on entry.

   2. Entering
Entry in all divisions will be via online registration, via the website www.supchamps.nz
Early bird discounts will be available until midnight on 31 Feb 2019.
Late entry fees will apply after midnight on 1 April 2019.
Online entries will close at 6pm on Friday 12 April.
Only participants in the 4km and 8km races will be able to enter on the day, by registering at the
Race office. Entries will close one hour prior to the first race start.
There will be no on-the-day entries for the Sprint event or the 16km Distance race.
     Those wishing to enter the 16km race MUST ENTER ONLINE before midnight on Wednesday
        10 April 2019. This is to allow appropriate safety planning.
     Those wishing to enter the sprint event must enter online prior to 6pm Friday 12 April, or in
        person at the event on Friday evening (5pm-8pm) or Saturday morning (9am-11am).

   3. Entry Fees
                                            Earlybird          Standard          Late Entry
                                          (Before 1 Feb)    (1 Mar-31 Mar)     (After 1 April)

     a) Saturday Distance Races

 4km                                            $20               $25               $30

 8km                                            $35               $35               $40

 16km                                           $40               $45               $50

     b) Sunday Sprint Races

 Entry (2 sprints guaranteed)                   $15               $20               $25

Family Discount: If more than three members of the same family enter together, one entry is free.
(This applies to the Distance Races and the Sprints. In the event of family members entering
different races, the shortest distance race will be given the free status).

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   4. Age and Eligibility
                                                                 st
Paddler class will be determined by gender and by age as at 1 January 2019
All competitors will register in their age group and will be eligible for a finishing position and prize
in that group. The following age groups apply for all racers:

                                      st
U12         11 years and under as of 1 January 2019
                                      st
U14         13 years and under as of 1 January 2019
                                      st
U16         15 years and under as of 1 January 2019
                                      st
U19         18 years and under as of 1 January 2019
                   st
20-39       as of 1 January 2019
                   st
40-49       as of 1 January 2019
                   st
50-59       as of 1 January 2019
                   st
60-69       as of 1 January 2019
                   st
70 and over as of 1 January 2019

   5. Gender
Transgender people may participate in the event and be eligible for event placing in accordance
with an NZ SUP Transgender Policy as published on the NZSUP website.

   6. Nationality
Paddlers of all nationalities are eligible to race and be awarded results in the Distance Races and
the Sprint Races. Paddlers wishing to qualify for the “NZ National Champion” Titles and placings
must hold a NZ Passport or a NZ permanent resident visa at the time of entry.

   7. ISA Worlds NZ Team Selection
Results from the 16km Distance race will be a primary factor in determining who represents NZ at
the ISA World Championships. To be eligible for NZ Team selection paddlers must hold a NZ
Passport at time of entry.

   8. Event Check-in / Registration
Early Check-in/Registration will be available at the race site (Waitangi Holiday Park) from 5pm-8pm
on Friday 12th April.

Registration will recommence on Saturday 13th April from 0900 until 1100. There will be no further
entries taken after this time.

There will be no on-the-day entries for the 16km race. All competitors wishing to enter the 16km
race MUST ENTER ONLINE before the deadline of midnight Wednesday 10 April 2019.

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There will be no on-the-day entries for the Sprint Championships on Sunday. All competitors
wishing to participate in the Sprints MUST have entered by 1100am Saturday 13 April at the latest.

   9. Race Briefing
The verbal safety briefing will cover course layout/description, event rules, safety issues and
paddler questions. Safety of the participants is the number one priority of the Race Director and
the event staff.

   10.          Prizegivings
Prize giving for the 4km, 8km and 16km races will take place at the event site at 4pm on Saturday
13 April.

Prize giving for the Sprint Championships and the overall 2019 Championship Series prizes will take
place at the event site after the sprint racing is completed on Sunday 14 April.

   11.          Prizes
NZSUP will be awarding Premier National Champion Trophies (1st, 2nd and 3rd) for the 16 km and
Sprint races for Male and Female – Open (anyone 19 and over) and Under 19.

   a) 16km Long Distance Race
Prizes will be awarded for top three male & female finishers in the following age categories:

      U16         (12’6 and under class)
      U19         (14’0 and under class)
      Open        (first finishers overall)
      20-39       (14’0 and under class)
      40-49       (14’0 and under class)
      50-59       (14’0 and under class)
      60-69       (14’0 and under class)
      70 and over (14’0 and under class)

   b) 8km Distance Race
Prizes will be awarded for top three male & female finishers in the following age categories:
     U12             (12’6 and under class)
     U14             (12’6 and under class)
     U16             (12’6 and under class)
     U19             (14’0 and under class)
     20-39           (14’0 and under class)
     40-49           (14’0 and under class)
     50-59           (14’0 and under class)
     60-69           (14’0 and under class)
     70 and over (14’0 and under class)

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   c) 4km Distance Race
Prizes will be awarded for top three male and female finishers in the following board classes (see
section 21 for board class definitions):

      14’0 and under class
      12’6 and under class
      non raceboard

Prizes will be awarded in the following age categories,
     U12             (no 14’0 class for this age group)
     U14             (no 14’0 class for this age group)
     U16             (no 14’0 class for this age group)
     U19
      20-39
      40-49
      50-59
      60-69
      70 and over

In the 12’6 Raceboard and non-raceboard classes there will also be additional prizes for men and
women riding inflatable boards, in the following age groups and classes:

      Open 12’6 Inflatable raceboard
      U19 12’6 Inflatable raceboard
      Open Inflatable non raceboard
      U19 Inflatable non raceboard

   d) Sprint Races
Prizes will be awarded for top three male & female finishers in the following age categories:
     U12             (12’6 and under class)
     U14             (12’6 and under class)
     U16             (12’6 and under class)
     U19             (14’0 and under class)
     Open            (first finishers overall)
     20-39           (14’0 and under class)
     40-49           (14’0 and under class)
     50-59           (14’0 and under class)
     60-69           (14’0 and under class)
     70 and over (14’0 and under class)

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   12.          Race Shirts & Numbers
In order to keep the entry fees as low as possible, there will not be an official race shirt for this
event. Competitors will be given two race numbers on check-in, to pin to their own shirt. (Pins will
be provided.) . Participants are advised to bring a shirt, singlet or bib suitable for racing in.

   13.          Food/Beverages
Food trucks will be available at the event site for the purchase of food and drinks. Other shops and
facilities are a short distance away.

   14.          Racing Schedule & Draws
A full schedule for will be posted on the official notice board at the event HQ. Results for the sprint
races will be posted on the board after they have been processed.

   15.          Official Notice Board
An official notice board will be located at the event HQ tent next to the start/finish area. Event
information including course maps, changes to the rules or schedule, and results will be posted on
the official notice board.

   16.          Weather Contingencies
NZ SUP reserves the right to change any aspect of the above race notice including changing the race
program if weather conditions are unfavourable and/or pose a safety risk.

NZ SUP may swap the Distance Race and Technical Race days if the weather conditions will impact
on safety and the quality of the racing. The program outlined above is the favoured option and a
decision to change will only be made as a last resort if conditions dictate.

An advisory notice will be sent by email to all registered competitors and posted on social media
two days out from the event with the latest updates and information regarding the race program.

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   17.          Courses
Courses will depend on wind direction. The maps below show likely course options, but there are
several other options available, and conditions on the day – particularly wind strength and direction
- will dictate which courses are chosen. The course will be confirmed at the race briefing.

   a) 16km Long Distance Course
As this race will be a selection event for who gets to represent NZ at the long distance race at the
ISA World Championships, the distance has been set at 16km to mirror the ISA requirements.

The race is not specifically designed to include a significant downwind component. As it is an ‘out
and back’ race there are likely to be upwind, downwind and crosswind elements, depending on the
prevailing conditions. Some of the course will be in relatively sheltered waters, within the Waitangi
Inlet, while some will be in the more open and potentially rough waters of the Bay, as shown
below.

The race will start and finish in front of the main competition area, within Waitangi Holiday Park.
There will be a straight 500m drag race to a turning mark, after which the fleet will head out under
Waitangi Bridge, into the bay. The fleet will then paddle around the two islands directly offshore,
the direction of rounding depending on the prevailing wind. After rounding the islands the fleet will
proceed back into the inlet, up to Haruru Falls, a total distance of 8km. The fleet will then paddle
back down the inlet, out around the islands again, back into the inlet, and to shore. The race route
passes close to the start/finish site on several occasions, allowing easy breakout options for any
participant wishing to retire from the race.

The section of the course outside of the inlet will be set subject to the prevailing weather
conditions, and may not necessarily involve rounding the islands, if there is a more interesting or
weather-friendly option available.

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   b) 8 km Distance Course
The race will start and finish in front of the main competition area, within Waitangi Holiday Park.
The race will take place entirely within the sheltered confines of the Waitangi inlet. Unless weather
or environmental conditions make it impossible, the course will essentially be a race up to Haruru
Falls and back, as shown here. (The initial dog leg to the north side of the inlet is to bring the fleet
in close to the shore at a good observational point for photography and videography purposes, and
to ensure that the full 8km distance is achieved).

   c) 4 km Distance Course
The race will start and finish in front of the main competition area, within Waitangi Holiday Park.
The race will take place entirely within the sheltered confines of the Waitangi inlet, and is likely to
be two laps of a 2km course, allowing easy break-out for anyone wishing to retire from the race
after 2km, and also to ensure maximum viewing potential for spectators.

The map below shows one of many potential courses that can be set within the inlet.

The course will be laid so that there will be no conflict with racers on the 8km or 16km courses.

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   d) Sprint Race Course

The sprints will take place on a 200m course, which will be set in the best location to minimise the
effects of wind and tide. The three primary options are shown below.

Course 1: Ideal for winds from the north or north east

Course 2: Ideal for winds from the east or south east

Course 3: OK for winds from the west

Course 4: Ideal for winds from the south or south west

More than one course may be utilized throughout the day, according to wind and tide conditions.

The sprint format will see heats of 8 racers completing the 200m course. Each racer will get 2
sprints, at least half an hour apart to allow adequate recovery time, and the fastest finishers will go
through to a knockout semifinal and final.

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   18.          Schedule of Events
This schedule is subject to change with a reasonable notification period; regular updates will be
given via Facebook page and website.

Friday 12th April: Pre-Race Registration/Check-in
5pm-8pm         Early Check-in/Registration will be available at the Waitangi Holiday Camp race
control site

Saturday 13th April: Distance Races
Venue: Waitangi Holiday Camp. High tide 13.30

09:00           Registration opens

11:00           Registration Closes

11:30           Race Briefing

12:00           Start of 16km race

12:15           Start of 8km race

12:30           Start of 4km race

15:00           Prizegiving

Evening social at Copthorne Hotel, Waitangi

Sunday 14th April: Sprint Races
Venue: Waitangi Holiday Camp. High tide 14.35

09:00           Registration opens

10:45           Registration Closes

11:00           Race Briefing

11:30           Sprint heats start

13:30           Sprint heats finish

14:00           Semi finals

15:00           Finals

15:30           Sprint event Prizegiving & Overall Series Prizegiving

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   19.          Paddler Rules and Safety
All paddlers are expected to participate in the spirit of the event. You will be disqualified if, in the
Race Director’s opinion, you engage in any unnecessary physical contact or unsporting conduct.

All paddlers are required to wear a SUP leash, high-vis race shirt and numbered race bib for the
Distance and Sprint races.

PFDs are not a mandatory requirement for SUP paddling in Northland. Nevertheless, for maximum
safety, racers are encouraged to wear a PFD suitable for racing, such as a beltpack inflatable PFD.

Paddlers are required to wear their race numbers on the front and back of their chosen race
bib/shirt/singlet. These numbers MUST remain on the individual throughout the event. No paddler
shall be recorded as a finisher unless wearing their number as they cross the finish line.

ALL COMPETITORS WILL BE CHECKED TO ENSURE THAT A LEASH IS BEING WORN AND NUMBERS
ARE PROPERLY DISPLAYED BEFORE THE START OF EACH RACE. ANY NON-COMPLIANCE WILL
RESULT IN THE PADDLER BEING DISQUALIFIED.

A paddler can be withdrawn from any race at any time at the discretion of the Race Director, safety
officer, Surf Life saver or other race officials, whose decision is final. There will be no refunds for
paddlers who are withdrawn or disqualified from a race by race officials, under any circumstances.

All Distance race paddlers are advised to carry hydration and nutrition to combat fatigue and
dehydration.

Paddlers who voluntarily withdraw from any race for any reason are responsible for informing the
event and safety staff.

There will be no handicapped or early starting positions for any paddler.

The Long Distance Race
The 16km Long Distance Race is for paddlers who are competent at long distance paddling. The
paddling may be technical in some areas if the winds are fresh or there is any significant swell
running from N – E directions.

In order to prevent the fleet becoming too spread out, which may cause issues with safety boats
having to concentrate on the stragglers, the race officer reserves the right to shorten or adjust the
course for the slower paddlers, if it is deemed necessary. This will be based on the prevailing
conditions, and will be notified at the safety briefing. It will be a decision made purely for safety
reasons, but once it has been activated there will be no exceptions to this rule – paddlers who
refuse to comply will be disqualified.

Paddlers who are not confident that they will be able to complete the full 16km course in a
competitive time should consider competing in the 8km Distance Race instead.

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   20.          General Racing Rules
The rules for the 2019 NZ SUP Distance and Sprint Nationals are based on the International Surfing
Association (ISA) SUP and Paddleboard Race Rules, published September 2012.

Each entrant must sign the indemnity declaration on the Entry Form before the event. If under 18,
the parent or guardian must sign.

The organizers reserve the right to reject or cancel any entry.

Race officials shall have the ultimate and final authority to remove a paddler from the race if the
paddler is judged to be physically incapable of continuing the race without the risk of injury.

The Race Director will warn the paddlers of dangers that could occur and where all safety personnel
will be located on the course during the pre-race briefing. Paddlers shall be mindful of the hand
signals to be used if someone is injured, danger (paddle in the air, waving or erect) or in need of
help but not injured (hand in the air).
Paddlers that witness any persons who may be in danger or difficulties during any race should assist
or help get safety staff attention. Any paddler who knowingly ignores another person who is in
trouble and by doing so clearly endangers their wellbeing will be disqualified from the event

Warm ups are not allowed on the race course during heats/ racing.

Racers must promptly clear the water when directed by race management.

A standard SUP single blade paddle must be used.

The paddler should be standing at all times whilst paddling. Each paddler must complete the course
in a standing position on their board. Paddlers starting or remounting after a fall may take a
maximum 5 strokes on their knees to gain momentum before standing up. This 5-stroke rule is to
prevent paddlers attempting to achieve an advantage by paddling from a kneeling position in
difficult conditions. Racers who contravene this rule will be given a 3 placing penalty per infraction
at the conclusion of the race.

Paddlers must follow the designated set course, which will be supervised by water marshals and
rescue staff.

No extraneous aids are allowed. This includes, but is not limited to, swim fins, engines, foils, wind
catching devices [i.e.: sails, baggy clothing, etc.] and personal support teams. No twin or multi-
hulled boards allowed (i.e.: catamarans, outriggers etc).

Wetsuits and hats (sun protection) are permissible.

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Start and Finishing Procedures

Starts (for Distance Races)
The start will be a line between two flags identified at the race briefing
Paddlers will be called to the start area by the Race Director
Any disputes over starting position will be resolved by the Race Director

Finishes (For Distance races)
The finish line will be between flags at the end of a chute
Paddlers will be required to run up the beach and finish, carrying their paddles only
The paddlers’ finishing position will be recorded.
Boards may be left in the water

Starts and Finishes for the Sprint Races
The Sprint Race will have on-water starts and finishes, with starting sequences controlled by the
committee boat. Racers will be called to order, and the start signal can then be given any time in
the next 30 seconds. Racers over the line will be required to resume the correct position behind
the line. Persistent offenders will be given one warning, and then disqualified if they cross the line
again.

Moving Mark or Buoy
The race director must notify paddlers of a moved mark or moving mark and either anchor the
mark before the first paddler has reached the stated mark, or replace the moved or moving mark so
all paddlers are racing a similar distance and shape of course.

Drafting Rules
A paddler is deemed to be drafting when within 1 meter of the tail, or sides of another competitor
or any water craft on the racecourse for more than 10 seconds.

Competitors will be disqualified for drafting any water craft on the racecourse that is not in the
same class or gender.

When there is a combined male and female start, either sex will be given 200 meters from the start
to clear each others’ draft.

If the boundaries of a race course (i.e.; shoreline, bridges, vessels etc) do not realistically allow
competitors to get outside of the drafting zone then no drafting rules will apply at that time.

A competitor must make an effort to exit the drafting zone as soon as the boundaries allow.

Protests
Protests must be filed by paddlers with the Race Director within 15 minutes of them finishing the
race. Protests will be handled by the Race Director based on actual interference and impeding
progress, fairness and sportsmanship criteria. It is recommended that a protestor brings with him
or her, support in relation to the protest being lodged, including but not limited to corroboration /
support from another paddler or independent witness.

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Unsporting Conduct
Interference or any form of unsporting conduct is not allowable and will lead to disqualification.
Paddlers must compete in a sporting fashion and avoid collision at all times. Specific violations
include (but are not limited to):

      Blocking (Whereby a leading paddler changes his line intentionally to block the path of an
       overtaking paddler)

      Paddling Interference and/or deliberate physical contact

      Purposely obstructing or interfering with another paddler

      Causing damage or bodily harm to another paddler or their equipment

      Use of profane language toward any persons or paddler during the event

      Not rounding a mark or completing the specified course

      Deliberate failure to avoid a collision

      Persistent (more than 3) contacts with the board in front when drafting during the race.

Penalties for violations of the rules and/or unsportsmanlike conduct by a paddler that is listed in
this document or that is posted by the race director on the Official notice board can include:

      Relegation (paddler is penalised places in their race)

      Disqualification from the race

      Disqualification from the event.

Decisions of the Race Director will be final and binding.

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   21.          SUP Race Board Classes
The following restrictions are applicable to all board classes:
    No fins with foils
    No multi-hulls
    No boards longer than 14’0

The following classes will be applicable for the Distance and Sprint Championships:

   a) 14’ & Under Class
(16km & 8km race, sprint races)
Length – 14’0 maximum
Board Weight - No Weight Restriction. Board Design - No minimum dimensions.

   b) 12’6 and Under
 (4km race)
Length - 12’6 maximum
Board Weight - No Weight Restriction. Board Design - No minimum dimensions. Surfboards
allowed.

   c) Non Raceboard Class:
Length - 12’0 maximum
Board Weight - No Weight Restriction.
The board must be a surfboard style in shape with a rounded nose and a maximum length of 12’0.
Boards in the surfboard class may not have displacement or concave hulls.

The board marshall will determine if the paddler’s board meets the correct specifications to allow
entry into the surfboard class.

   d) Inflatable Boards
Any board that requires inflation in order to achieve its proper shape, and has an internal
construction using dropstitch technology.

Inflatable Raceboards: Boards 12’6 and under, with raceboard profile (narrow nose, width 30” or
less)

Inflatable non-raceboards: Boards 12’0 and under, 30” minimum width (unless shorter than 11’0).

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