Photo courtesy of Ian Wrenford, LCRK
To make the Classic viable in these COVID times we MUST have 200 paddlers, entered and paid, by September 4th. Please enter now!
HOW TO REGISTER
Go to canoeclassic.net/enter and follow the instructions. For those who have done it before you can go straight to the entries
system at https://registration.canoeclassic.asn.au
Early Bird Entry Fees
Prior to 10pm on Friday 4th September 2020
$150.00 - Adults
$100.00 - Aged Pensioners
$100.00 - Juniors & full-time students under 25 years of age.
Late Entries (ie entries after 10pm 4th September) may be accepted until 10pm on Friday 9th October 2020. The Late Entry Fee for ALL paddlers is $200.00.
Note: All Registrations will need to be completed on line before the 9th October. Due to the expected Public Health restrictions, there will be NO on-site registrations at the Start on Race Day.
Please remember that this is first and foremost a charity event and you and each paddler in your craft are required to raise the minimum sponsorship donation:
$250 - All Paddlers (except Juniors)
$100 - Juniors
We encourage all paddlers to attempt to raise in excess of the minimum amount.
The chief recipient of funds from the 2020 Classic will again be Arrow, The Bone Marrow Foundation. Funds raised by paddlers since we first supported Arrow surpass $4.5 million !!
Entry Fee Refund policy
Should the organisers cancel the event on or before September 4th 2020– 100% refund
Should a paddler elect to withdraw their entry after September 4th 2020 – No refund
Should a paddler elect to withdraw their entry before September 4th 2020 – A partial refund of the entry fee will be paid
Should the event be cancelled after September 4th 2020 and prior to October 1st 2020, due to the application of a Public Health Order, or similar, the Association will refund 75% of the entry fee paid.
Should the event be cancelled on or after October 1st 2020 due to the application of a Public Health Order, or similar, the association will refund 50% of the entry fee paid.
Note: Sponsorship funds cannot be refunded as they are a tax deductible charitable donation.
THE 2020 HAWKESBURY CANOE CLASSIC BEGINS IN...
FOR A SERIOUS CAUSE
Since 1994, when our association with Arrow, The Bone Marrow Transplant Foundation began, paddlers in the Hawkesbury Canoe Classic have donated almost $4 million million for leukaemia research and patient support services. The HCC also contributes funds to a number of supporting charitable community organisations.
Each year participants paddle overnight to raise money for the Arrow, The Bone Marrow Transplant Foundation to give hope to people suffering from diseases treatable by bone marrow and adult stem cell transplants. Your sponsorship will support this work. Sponsor by paddler by responding to their personalised link that they send you or on the sponsorship tab at registration.canoeclassic.asn.au.