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Varsity College Schools Coaching Program 2014

Written by Barry Lewin on . Posted in Coaching

The Durban Surfskischool has been proud to team up with the Varsity College Marine Surfski Series over the last 4 years to provide free coaching clinics to the schools ahead of the Varsity College SA Schools Surfski Champs on the 14th of March.

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This will be the 5th running of this prestigious event that aims to grow the sport of surfski paddling country wide. The event teams up with Surfskischool branches in Durban and Cape Town to introduce kids to the sport and identify talent that are training for the event.

The coaching clinics in Durban are currently under way with the Glenwood having a number of very promising kids taking part in the clinics and the events so far. There are a couple more clinics to come on the following dates:

1 March 2014

8 March 2014

If anyone is interesting in getting involved or would like their school involved please give the school a shout on durbansurfskischool@gmail.com

 

Surfskischool kicks the year off with a BANG.

Written by Barry Lewin on . Posted in Coaching

The Surfskischool in Durban is up and running again for the year and have had a great response to opening for 2014. New people and big smiles enjoying the stoke of taking up the sport and enjoying some great summer Durban weather.

Achieving Goals at Fenn Cape Point Challenge 2013

Written by Barry Lewin on . Posted in Coaching

Setting goals are alway important and the key to achieving those goals is putting positive structures in please to get your want to go. Goals can be anything from doing your first downwind to getting through a long tough race like the Fenn Cape Point Challenge.

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I have a couple people who took up the massive task of preparing for the latter, one of the hardest races in the world where the traditional downwind is thrown out the window and no matter what the weather at least half the race is into the wind.

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A big well done to the crew I coach for taking up and doing this massive race but for loving all the hard work in the middle. Congrats!

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