NSW - 3 profile(s).

Lorna Tweedie

19-Feb-12Dragonboat -Beginner

COLLAROY, NSWFemale, 34

hello, i am looking to join a team in manly or the northern beaches. I have never done it before but am keen to get involved.

Alison Cox

03-Nov-11Dragonboat -Intermediate

ELIZABETH BAY, NSWFemale, 46

If you are looking for a social, challenging and fun way to stay fit this summer come and try dragon boating. Finish a tough day at work or kick off your weekend by getting on the water with a group of like minded people keen to get fit and have fun. Different Strokes is Sydneys premier gay and lesbian dragon boat club. We welcome everyone including friends, family and supporters. If you enjoy a challenge, are a team player, and like to work up a sweat then this is the sport for you! No experience or fitness level is necessary to start, just a willingness to give it a go! The club trains two to three times a week and races about every six weeks. For more information about the club visit our website www.differentstrokes.org.au or contact our recruitment officer to find out about our free introductory sessions in November.

Richard Choo

18-Sep-09Dragonboat -Advanced

MACQUARIE PARK, NSWMale, 53

My name is Richard. I am a Dragonboat paddler and have been paddling for more than 2 years. My dragonboat club is looking for new paddlers for our team. We are based in Sydney & train at Blackwattle Bay (Pyrmont), underneath the Anzac Bridge. There are races every month during the season & 2 major races: Darling Harbour in February & NSW state champs in Penrith Olympic Regatta Centre in March. Below is a bit of background about dragonboating. Please contact me for details if you are interested in joining this fun, yet very comptetitive sport. ------------------------------------------------- The sport of dragon boating has penetrated the waterways of countries around the world and has recently been identified as the fastest growing water sport in Australia. It is no surprise with each crew comprising 22 people! Dragon boating is a unique sport in its ability to attract a broad demographic of members with varying cultural and occupational backgrounds, as well as varying degrees of

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