Cup 2 - Christchurch
Sat 27th - Sun 28th May
Who can enter?
Racing will be in the following fleets and sub-divisions where notified:
- BIC Techno 293 - 6.8 Techno / 7.8 Techno / Techno+ 8.5
- Formula Windsurfing
Within these fleets the following age categories (divisions) may be recognised:
- Junior (aged 14 or under as at 31st December 2017) – Techno 293 6.8 only
- Junior (aged 16 or under as at 31st December 2017)
- Techno 293 OD 7.8 (over 17 born 2000 or before)
- Youth (aged 19 or under as at 31st December 2017) – 18 for RS:X Youth
- Master (aged 35 or over as at 31st December 2017)
- Veteran (aged 50 or over as at 31st December 2017)
- Super veteran (aged 60 or over as at 31st December 2017)
Within these fleets the following National class divisions may apply:
- Formula Windsurfing
- Formula National
- 7.8 Raceboard, Raceboard Lightweight, Raceboard Heavyweight, Div II.
How do I enter & how much will it cost?
The best way to enter is on line. You can do this by following the link to the right of this page Pre-Enter On Line
On Line Pre entry closes at 10pm on the Monday prior to each event after this you can only enter on the day at the event.
Why enter on line? If you pre enter on line you will receive a 10% pre entry discount. Alternatively if you enter 4 or more events across Slalom and or Course Racing National Championships (excluding Inlands & Youth & Masters) you will receive a 20% pre entry Discount.
How much will it cost?
Junior/Youth/Full time student Under 21 £45
Please Note: You need to be a member of the UKWA to enter any course racing events. To join the UKWA go to JOIN HERE.
For course racing you may take temporary membership once only for £20 as an introductory offer. If you upgrade to full membership over the same weekend the £20 can be deducted from the full membership payment. JOIN HERE.
Please Note: Only members can pre enter. You will need to log in to see the entry options.
Alternatively you can download an entry form and send a cheque to the admin office which should be received by 10pm on the Monday prior to each event you wish to enter. ENTRY FORM
Entry is always available on the day of the event from 8am.
Please Note: Some events are subject to a supplement. There is no discount applied to supplements.
Camping and or car parking fees may apply.
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1, Penny Way, Christchurch, Dorset, BH23 4TA
About The Venue
Racing takes place from Steamer Point on Christchurch Bay to the east of Christchurch town Centre and Mudeford Quay, mudeford Harbour.
The race site overlooks a beautiful bay with easy access to the beach to the left of the famous Christchurch beach huts. Looking out to sea all kit should be restricted to the left of the huts to give locals and holiday makers free access to the beach frontage.
There are ample toilets on the sea front
Our hosts Christchurch Boardsailing Club have a small club house and hot showers are available.
A small cafe is available on the sea front
From London and the South East. M3 and M27
From Midlands. M40 and A34
Once you reach Christchurch you need to follow the by-pass (A35) towards Lymington. At its end, large roundabout, go streight over into Highcliff Road. Follow it to the roundabout, turn right into The Runway. Third on left into Bure Lane (signposted the coastguard station), fourth on left into Seaway Avenue. Continue to the sea. The camping area is through the gates on right hand side.
Be Warned: if you look at a map you CANNOT turn right into Bure Lane from the Lymington Road coming from Christchurch, although you can turn left into it if you are travelling from Lymington.
The access gate to the camping fielf will be locked so you will need to make your way to the race office for access if the gate is not manned when you arrive.
Camping is in a large grassy field which is flat and overlooks the bay. The toilets are accessed in the far right hand corner.
We are very fortunate to have access to this venue. The caming field backs onto private houses, so please respect the locals by keeping noise down and keeping the site tidy so that locals can walk ammongst us.
There is a £10 per night charge made for parking at this venue, as charges are made by both the Council and by the boardsailing club. The please pay the race office at registration and display your permitt at all times.
Terms of attendance
The UKWA reserves the right to exclude or expel any member / non member / family / group or individual from its event site should it be considered that they may by their actions or the perception of such bring the UKWA, its hosts other parties or individuals into disrepute. The UKWA Committee, in part or in it’s entirety, shall be the sole judge of such action, and their decision is deemed final.
Persons expelled shall leave the event site within 30 minutes of any verbal notice and shall not return. Exclusion may be deemed temporary (this event) or permanent (all events). Permanent expulsion shall be the decision of the elected committee and shall be confirmed in writing within 21 days of any temporary expulsion, however any excluded individual may not attend any UKWA events during this period of consideration.