2017 12 Towers Paddleboard Race Results

Full Results: Jake Jensen Defeats Titou, Boothy and Beau to Win The 12 Towers Ocean Race in Australia; Karla Gilbert Claims 5th Straight Title

Source: supracer.com

 

 
Jake Jensen has taken out the 6th Annual 12 Towers Ocean Race this afternoon, defeating Titouan Puyo, Michael Booth and Beau O’Brian in firing downwind conditions on Australia’s Gold Coast.

Paddling for the new ‘ONE’ race team, Jake stormed home to finish almost a minute clear of Titou (NSP), while Starboard teammates Boothy and Beau were locked in a near photo finish for third.

After sweeping West Oz Downwind Week back in December, Titou probably came into today’s race as the favourite (or at least SUP Racer’s prediction to win). But while the world number four paddled very well, Jake clearly had the local knowledge and determination to win, with the Gold Coaster surfing clear to finish the 14km course in just under an hour.

It was a dominant performance from Jake and a good sign for the international race season that’s about to begin. Jakey boy had a bit of a shocker last year but has clearly bounced back after switching to ONE in the off-season. He’ll be in action again next week (along with all of today’s other top finishers) at the Noosa Festival of Surfing before heading off to Maui for the opening stop of the APP Tour.

Though the big surprise and one of the great stories of the day came from the unheralded Noic Garioud. The New Cal youngster finished ahead of several seasoned Aussie veterans, which in itself is a big achievement, but the crazy part: Noic is just 14 years old…

While Titou has long been flying the flag for his island nation, Noic’s result highlights the strength of downwind paddling in New Caledonia; back in December, 15-year-old Clement Colmas was runner-up behind his compatriot at the King of the Cut.

Team ONE scored a 1-2 line honours finish today with their chief board designer (and highly under-rated paddler in his own right) Ben Tardrew crossing the line in between Jake and Titou on his unlimited. Ben’s brother and Sunova board designer Marcus was 6th over the line in the battle of the 14 footers, finishing just ahead of his namesake from New Zealand Marcus Hansen (NSP) and Paul Jackson (ONE).

Former queen of the surf life saving race scene Karla Gilbert was too strong in the women’s race with the Naish rider claiming her 5th straight 12 Towers title ahead of Kate Baker (ONE) and former Olympic sailor Belinda Stowell Brett.

Conditions were pretty much perfect out there today, with a howling southerly wind and 3ft swell setting up near endless runners along the course from the surfing meccas of Snapper Rocks in the south to Burleigh Heads in the north.

That was one of the funnest races I’ve ever done. Some of those glides just kept running and running…

With close to 200 paddlers on the start line (a record for this event and not far off being the biggest ever race in Australia) and beautiful sunny weather, it was a perfect day on the Gold Coast. Big thanks to Troy Pease and the organising crew for putting this event on six years running.

RESULTS: Men’s Long Course | Women’s Long Course | Short Course | Surf Ski | Prone

Men’s Long Course Results

#
Name
Time
Gap
Board
#
Division
#
1 Jake Jensen 0:54:21 14′ 1 14′ open 1
2 Ben Tardrew 0:54:56 00:35 unlim 1 unlimited 1
3 Titouan Puyo 0:55:06 00:44 14′ 2 14′ open 2
4 Michael Booth 0:55:56 01:34 14′ 3 14′ open 3
5 Beau O’Brian 0:56:05 01:43 14′ 4 14′ open 4
6 Noic Garioud 0:56:40 02:19 14′ 5 14′ junior 1
7 Macus Tardrew 0:58:18 03:56 14′ 6 14′ open 5
8 Marcus Hansen 0:58:37 04:15 14′ 7 14′ open 6
9 Paul Jackson 0:58:53 04:32 14′ 8 14′ open 7
10 Peter Dorries 0:59:17 04:56 14′ 9 14′ 50-54 1
11 Trevor Tunnington 0:59:54 05:33 14′ 10 14′ open 8
12 Tim Cyprien 0:59:59 05:38 14′ 11 14′ open 9
13 Ollie Houghton 1:00:54 06:33 14′ 12 14′ open 10
14 Heath Meldrum 1:01:13 06:52 14′ 13 14′ open 11
15 Paul Jones 1:01:28 07:07 14′ 14 14′ 40-49 1
16 Dyllan Constable 1:02:28 08:07 14′ 15 14′ open 12
17 Ty Judson 1:02:47 08:26 14′ 16 14′ junior 2
18 Olivier Garioud 1:02:48 08:27 14′ 17 14′ 40-49 2
19 Steve Walker 1:03:33 09:12 14′ 18 14′ 40-49 3
20 Mark Huxley 1:03:35 09:14 unlim 2 unlimited 2
21 Dale Chapman 1:04:07 09:46 unlim 3 unlimited 3
22 Anthony Clark 1:04:16 09:54 14′ 19 14′ open 13
23 Nico Schenk 1:04:49 10:27 14′ 20 14′ open 14
24 Wade Carberry 1:05:22 11:01 14′ 21 14′ open 15
25 Callan Dick 1:05:32 11:11 14′ 22 14′ open 16
26 Trent Robinson 1:05:45 11:24 14′ 23 14′ 40-49 4
27 Bryn Lloyd 1:05:50 11:29 14′ 24 14′ junior 3
28 Nathan Cross 1:05:56 11:34 14′ 25 14′ open 17
29 Andrew Shield 1:06:17 11:56 unlim 4 unlimited 4
30 Cam Cole 1:06:54 12:32 14′ 26 14′ open 18
31 Rob Walton 1:07:09 12:47 unlim 5 unlimited 5
32 Steve Morely 1:07:12 12:51 14′ 27 14′ 40-49 5
33 Jason Oliphant 1:07:47 13:26 unlim 6 unlimited 6
34 Christopher Parker 1:08:25 14:04 14′ 28 14′ open 19
35 Chris Clarke 1:08:39 14:18 14′ 29 14′ 40-49 6
36 Lee Mclean 1:08:56 14:35 14′ 30 14′ open 20
37 Brendan Clark 1:09:20 14:59 14′ 31 14′ 40-49 7
38 Mick Dibetta 1:09:37 15:16 14′ 32 14′ 50-54 2
39 Wayne Johnstone 1:09:53 15:31 14′ 33 14′ 50-54 3
40 Greg Beer 1:10:28 16:07 14′ 34 14′ 50-54 4
41 Chad Islip 1:10:37 16:16 14′ 35 14′ 40-49 8
42 Mark Rennie 1:10:41 16:20 14′ 36 14′ 40-49 9
43 Dany Leclerc 1:11:22 17:00 14′ 37 14′ open 21
44 Cheyne Mitchell 1:11:34 17:12 14′ 38 14′ open 22
45 Paul Mackie 1:11:38 17:17 14′ 39 14′ 50-54 5
46 Alain Teurquetil 1:12:27 18:05 14′ 40 14′ 50-54 6
47 Jared Reed 1:12:40 18:19 14′ 41 14′ open 23
48 Kevin Johnson 1:12:41 18:20 14′ 42 14′ 55+ 1
49 Dave White 1:12:51 18:29 14′ 43 14′ 40-49 10
50 Michael Abdilla 1:13:34 19:12 14′ 44 14′ 40-49 11
51 Mark Waldeck 1:13:43 19:21 unlim 7 unlimited 7
52 Andy Fermo 1:14:30 20:08 14′ 45 14′ open 24
53 Mark Buchanan 1:14:45 20:23 14′ 46 14′ 40-49 12
54 Alessio Voliani 1:14:51 20:30 14′ 47 14′ 40-49 13
55 Shane Lynch 1:14:56 20:34 14′ 48 14′ 55+ 2
56 Bryan Peck 1:15:11 20:49 14′ 49 14′ open 25
57 Dave Faulkner 1:15:40 21:18 14′ 50 14′ 50-54 7
58 Lance Milnes 1:16:13 21:51 14′ 51 14′ 40-49 14
59 Peter Jackson 1:16:17 21:55 14′ 52 14′ 40-49 15
60 Neil Pearson 1:16:20 21:58 14′ 53 14′ 50-54 8
61 Jarrad Batza 1:16:34 22:12 14′ 54 14′ open 26
62 Peter Kelly 1:16:46 22:24 14′ 55 14′ open 27
63 Craig Wright 1:16:50 22:28 14′ 56 14′ 40-49 16
64 Paul Shepherd 1:17:25 23:04 14′ 57 14′ 55+ 3
65 Mike Matthews 1:18:26 24:04 14′ 58 14′ 50-54 9
66 Aritz Tena 1:19:36 25:14 14′ 59 14′ open 28
67 Simon Albery 1:19:40 25:18 14′ 60 14′ open 29
68 Michael Jenkins 1:19:46 25:24 14′ 61 14′ 55+ 4
69 John Townsend 1:19:57 25:36 14′ 62 14′ 55+ 5
70 Damian Henningsen 1:21:01 26:40 14′ 63 14′ 40-49 17
71 Brett Swann 1:21:36 27:14 14′ 64 14′ 50-54 10
72 Steve Richardson 1:22:43 28:21 14′ 65 14′ 40-49 18
73 Rob Clapham 1:22:48 28:26 14′ 66 14′ open 30
74 Aaron Prior 1:22:52 28:30 14′ 67 14′ open 31
75 Peter Miller 1:22:56 28:34 14′ 68 14′ open 32
76 Andrew Bourke 1:23:20 28:58 14′ 69 14′ 40-49 19
77 Robert Eyre 1:26:43 32:21 14′ 70 14′ 55+ 6
78 David Mitchell 1:27:08 32:46 14′ 71 14′ 40-49 20
79 Bob Margetts 1:27:40 33:18 14′ 72 14′ 55+ 7
80 Paul Daniel 1:27:43 33:21 14′ 73 14′ 40-49 21
81 Lawrence Kranen 1:28:17 33:55 14′ 74 14′ 40-49 22
82 Greg Burton 1:28:19 33:57 14′ 75 14′ 55+ 8
83 Darron Brown 1:28:22 34:00 14′ 76 14′ 55+ 9
84 Sean Collins 1:28:54 34:32 14′ 77 14′ 40-49 23
85 Duncan Corbett 1:29:14 34:52 14′ 78 14′ 55+ 10
86 Mitch Ashton 1:30:45 36:23 14′ 79 14′ open 33
87 Douglas Adams 1:30:53 36:31 14′ 80 14′ 55+ 11
88 Bruce Middleton 1:31:16 36:55 14′ 81 14′ 55+ 12
89 Dean Phillips 1:31:32 37:11 14′ 82 14′ open 34
90 Allan Shephard 1:31:34 37:12 14′ 83 14′ 40-49 24
91 Paul Mitchell 1:31:37 37:16 14′ 84 14′ 55+ 13
92 Richard Mitchell 1:31:59 37:38 14′ 85 14′ 50-54 11
93 Scott Collins 1:32:01 37:40 14′ 86 14′ 40-49 25
94 Craig Sage 1:32:28 38:06 14′ 87 14′ 55+ 14
95 Darren Wilcock 1:32:41 38:20 14′ 88 14′ 50-54 12
96 Nigel Milnes 1:32:43 38:22 14′ 89 14′ 55+ 15
97 David Patterson 1:33:12 38:50 14′ 90 14′ 50-54 13
98 Joel Rogers 1:37:02 42:41 14′ 91 14′ open 35
99 Matt Batty 1:37:08 42:47 14′ 92 14′ open 36
100 Morgan Bennett 1:37:34 43:13 14′ 93 14′ 40-49 26
101 Josh Carter 1:39:18 44:57 14′ 94 14′ open 37
102 Mark Smith 1:41:41 47:20 14′ 95 14′ 40-49 27
103 Peter Parker 1:44:50 50:29 14′ 96 14′ 55+ 16
104 Anthony Johnston 1:52:15 57:54 14′ 97 14′ 50-54 14

Women’s Long Course Results

#
Name
Time
Board
Division
#
Gap
1 Karla Gilbert 1:06:07 14′ Open 1 11:46
2 Kate Baker 1:07:53 14′ Open 2 13:31
3 Belinda Stowell Brett 1:13:13 14′ Open 3 18:52
4 Keale Dorries 1:17:14 14′ Open 4 22:52
5 Jean Ringrose 1:18:29 14′ 40+ 1 24:08
6 Chloe Walkerdene 1:23:32 14′ Open 5 29:10
7 Vanessa Caley 1:23:53 14′ 40+ 2 29:31
8 Jenny Dibetta 1:24:51 14′ 40+ 3 30:29
9 Sofie Simonsson 1:26:47 14′ Open 6 32:25
10 Sharlene Cribb 1:27:36 14′ 40+ 4 33:14
11 Vickie Frater 1:29:44 14′ Open 7 35:22
12 Bek Christensen 1:29:52 14′ Open 8 35:30
13 Di Tunnington 1:32:38 14′ 40+ 5 38:17
14 Tracey Mouque 1:37:27 14′ 40+ 6 43:05
15 Maria Williams 1:39:09 14′ 40+ 7 44:47
16 Jennie O’neil

Short Course Results

#
Name
Time
Division
#
1 Simon Hunnybun 0:33:25 Men over 40 1
2 Scott Carroll 0:36:04 Men over 40 2
3 Jacob Henningsen 0:37:58 Men under 40 1
4 Tristan Grossmann 0:38:20 Men under 40 2
5 Peter Patch 0:38:24 Men over 40 3
6 Allen Hume 0:40:06 Men over 40 4
7 Savannah Fitzsimmons 0:41:20 Women under 40 1
8 Belinda Ryan 0:42:27 Women under 40 2
9 Juanita Maher 0:43:46 Women under 40 3
10 Monica Krummenacher 0:44:22 Women over 40 1
11 Bron Shephard 0:45:01 Women over 40 2
12 Troy Fazakerley 0:46:22 Men over 40 5
13 Sue Gollagher 0:47:32 Women over 40 3
14 Kel Sanson 0:47:47 Men under 40 3
15 Jodi Ritchie 0:48:57 Women under 40 4
16 Scott Ritchie 0:48:57 Men over 40 6
17 Craig Feenan 0:49:30 Men over 40 7
18 Mandi Bailey 0:53:03 Women over 40 4
19 William Wild 0:53:06 Men prone 1
20 Dann Bailey 0:53:57 Men over 40 8
21 Ruth Goiny 1:01:41 Women over 40 5
22 Roschelle Hawton 1:02:47 Women under 40 5
23 Leon Dyson 1:06:37 Men over 40 9

Surf Ski Results

 

#
Name
Time
Division
#
1 Mackenzie Hynard 0:46:34.8 Open men 1
2 Ryan Paroz 0:49:05.3 Open men 2
3 Julian Norton-Smith 0:49:47.2 Open men 3
4 Craig Spender 0:51:31.7 Men 45+ 1
5 Adam Boyes 0:52:04.9 Open men 4
6 Wade Samin 0:52:17.2 Men 45+ 2
7 Warren Smith 0:53:35.3 Men 45+ 3
8 Stuart Anthony 0:54:08.5 Open men 5
9 Nick Perkins 0:54:54.5 Men 45+ 4
10 Stephen Connors 0:55:09.3 Open men 6
11 Tim Wingrove 0:55:51.5 Open men 7
12 Darren Pease 0:56:48.4 Men 45+ 5
13 Mark Kennedy 0:57:54.0 Men 45+ 6
14 Matthias Dorsch 1:00:07.2 Open men 8
15 Patrick Hegarty 1:00:08.3 Men 45+ 7
16 John Prince 1:02:43.1 Men 45+ 8
17 Ross McNally 1:05:29.8 Men 45+ 9
18 Pete Nelson 1:09:28.4 Men 45+ 10
19 Caylan Siddell 1:10:10.3 Open men 9
20 Russell White 1:10:46.8 Men 45+ 11
21 Brent Parkinson 1:12:12.7 Men 45+ 12
22 John Stewart 1:13:29.9 Men 45+ 13
23 Nick McConnell 1:13:36.7 Open men 10
24 Jae Colless 1:13:54.0 Open men 11

Prone Results

#
Name
Time
Division
#
1 Daniel Shade 1:01:31.5 Unlimited 1
2 Lachie Lansdown 1:04:10.3 Stock 1
3 Scott Cowdrey 1:05:40.9 Stock 2
4 Sam Shergold 1:09:32.0 Stock 3
5 Callum Sutton 1:12:18.9 Stock 4
6 Jasmine Smith 1:19:43.6 Stock women 1
7 Jake Satherly 1:21:11.3 Stock 5
8 Harrison Wacker 1:25:43.9 Stock 6
9 Steven Roberts 1:26:18.1 Stock 7
10 Anthony King 1:26:54.8 Stock 8
11 Ben Porter 1:30:02.5 Stock 9
12 Carolyn Lansdown 1:47:42.7 Stock women 2

12 TOWERS OCEAN PADDLE RACE 2016

“Perfect decision to move the race to Moreton Bay.

Great wind, classic conditions and some

epic long runners. That was so much fun”!

Mens Elite Winner Michael Booth

With another classic curse of the Queensland “Cyclone” season, “Huey” dished us up massive Gold Coast seas and unfavourable conditions. On advice from the Gold Coast City Lifeguard Service of beach closures and to plug in place an alternate location, the drive up the M1 to Moreton Bay was a successful move.

Now the “Bay”, as it is known to many of the South East Queensland SUP nutters has been a wicked training ground for the lead up to this years 12 Towers Event. The wind has been on and in the green since early November. So with a contingency plan put in place for this area was a perfect reminder that the Bay does score on par with the two sister coasts either side of her!

Along with the combination of our paddle partners of Prone, Ocean Ski and OC1, we smashed previous attendance records of the past 5 years. All states of Australia were represented along with 5 international countries cementing the 126 participants in 12T’s event history. An amazing feat considering that our little local paddle race of 2012 now successfully boasts many disciplines and international flavour!

With 100 paddlers at the Raby Bay start line for the Long Course made spectacle of colour and dash, with just across the bay to the 26 Short Course competitors at the Wellington Point start in striking same. Both distances, all classes, each age division as competitive as each other. And although it is amazing to see the elitist of the sport supporting the event, the massive depth of participation and new faces is what makes this race so successful.

Blue skies, south/south east wind at 30 knots and a 2 foot wind swell in the bay channel made for a very quick crossing. Although the only directions were to “see you at the finish line”, 100% of faces that passed under the “inflato” Hogs Breath “Big Pig” finish arch were stretched! Nothing better that receiving a reply to your question of “how did you go” with a “THAT WAS WICKED”!

Massive stand out performances by all paddlers but in particular Elite SUP’pers and world class athletes Michael Booth and Karla Gilbert both defending their 2015 titles. Not to be out shadowed by their feats, Ocean Ski Paddler Ryan Paroz came close to busting an hour of the 15km Bay course and snagging line honours on the way. Our youngest competitor at age 13 Kira Wallace (SUP) tamed the channel and looked as fresh as daisies when she finished. Not only did she take home the gong for the Junior Category, she managed to score a new $600 KeNalu Paddle in the competitors draw.

There were many battles within each category through each age division. The top 3 of the big boys of the ocean, (Mark Huxley, Craig Wright & Jason Oliphant) Unlimited SUP were separated by 39 seconds with nine seconds for the top 2. Callan Dick and Tim Cyprien divided by six seconds in the Open Men SUP 6th & 7th respectively. Cam Harvey and Peter Kelly Open Men by a mere 1 second. Kate Baker and Alison Fullagar separated by less than 2 minutes in Open Women. Moving on to the oldest competitor of Robert Eyre (73 yrs) mixing it with the, and I dare say youngsters hitting the line in 73rd position. The depth and calibre is a true testament to the support and goal setting of “complete, not compete”!

But behind every successful event is a huge organisation structure of committees and sponsors. Many thanks to our wonderful sponsors and supporters and I wish to list in order of preference.

  • 1SUP1 – It’s all about having fun!
  • KeNalu Australia (Dean Elcoat)
  • DEEP Ocean Boards (Simon Hunnybun)
  • Von Zipper Eyewear and Apparel
  • Dakine
  • Hogs Breath Cafe
  • Back 2 Basics Office National (Scott “Scooter” Ritchie)
  • SUPSA Gold Coast
  • Digital Media Creations (Tim “Big Cat” Patterson)
  • Sun Mud Australia
  • AuSUP

These amazing brands supported the event with over $9000 of product and prizes.

A massive and appreciative thank you to the SUPSA Gold Coast SUP Club led by President Anthony Clark and committee. All the helping hands from 3 of Queensland’s leading SUP Clubs (BrisSUP, Sunny Coast SUP & SUPSA) of the event area set-up, timing, catering and clear out. My personal thanks to Nick & Krissy McDonald, Pat & Karyn Trevor-Jones, Scott & Jodi Ritchie and Mark & Dawn Smith all going above and beyond. Alanah Mercer for giving me the confidence and drive to continue the love of this sport…..and of her of course!

So may I finish by stating this 5th running of the 12 Towers Ocean Paddle Event has witnessed some of the warmest camaraderie I have every experienced at an event…….new friendships formed and the “Bay” is now certainly on the global map!

Michael Booth Wins Again in Oz, Claiming the Cyclone-Affected “12 Towers” Downwind Race

In brief: Michael Booth has just taken out the “12 Towers” race in Australia for the second year in a row, defeating Lincoln Dews and Ben Tardrew to extend his winning streak and cement his status as the world’s #1 dark horse.

The Starboard team rider and defending Australian champion took the win on an epic downwind course, after wild weather on the Gold Coast forced organisers into a late change of venue that turned out to be a blessing in disguise. Linc had a very solid hit out on his first race as a JM Paddleboards team rider, while Ben channeled the bump riding skills of his famous NSP team mates to round out the podium.

Former Battle of the Paddle top three finisher Karla Gilbert triumphed in the women’s race.

The 5th annual edition of the event was moved north to Brisbane’s more protected Moreton Bay after ex-Cyclone Winston (the storm that flattened Fiji) turned the Gold Coast’s open oceans into a washing machine. However the change of venue ended up producing an awesome downwinder, with Moreton Bay proving once again it’s one of the most underrated downwind runs going round.

(The ’12 Towers’ has an uncanny ability for predicting when a crazy big swell will hit: At least three of the five editions have been forced to either change dates or venue because of wild seas.)

The race has only just wrapped up, so we’ll have full results and photos up later today or in the morning…

 

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Article from : http://www.supracer.com/2016-12-towers-stand-up-paddle-race/

 

12 Towers Race 2016

Hi all, the 12 Towers race was held this weekend in windy Moreton Bay, Brisbane,  due to the beaches being closed for the 2nd year running on the Gold Coast. Had 120 competitors, and an awesome downwind run form Cleveland to Wynnum. Great event, and a great feel on the day. thanks to all the sponsors, and those that competed.
Here is a little video I threw together.

New Dates Announced!

Hi competitors,
 
With the week thrown into turmoil of unforeseen obstacles from ex tropical Cyclone Marcia, the 2015 scheduled running of the 12 Towers Ocean Paddle Festival had to be pulled. On the back of professional and stern advice form the authorities of Maritime Services Queensland and Gold Coast City Life Guard Service, safety took precedent with organisers firming that a postponement of the event was imminent. 
 
The 12 T’s committee and some key players in Stand up Paddle QLD have met and discussed new dates for rescheduling the event. Avoiding a clash with other competitions of the same nature, there is only one weekend available between now and July. Organisers agree that holding out longer will tarnish the name and take the shine off the countries “Premier” Paddle Race. 
 
I can confirm the new schedule for the 12 Towers Ocean Paddle Festival will be the Easter Long Weekend of April 3rd – 6th. This will give race organisers a 4 day window of opportunity to hold the main race in the best possible conditions for ocean racing. 
 
The 12 T’s committee sincerely apologise to all competitors and supporters that made the journey to the Gold Coast last week. We trust that you understand the decision made and hoping that you all will return in early April and support the event.
 
The 12 T’s organisers and committee would like to take this opportunity to thank and show appreciation to our supporters and sponsors. 
PATICO Automotive
Hogs Breath Cafe Australia  
Thule
DEEP Ocean Boards
KeNalu Paddles Australia
Hammer Nutrition
Camel Back Hydration
AuSUP
Surfing QLD
SUPSA
SUPRacer
Digital Media Creations
And of course our loyal competitors and supporters.
Without the above mentioned companies and supporters, our event would still only be an idea. Please check out their websites and support the people who support us.
 
For all up to date information regarding the event, check our event website www.12towers.com and the event Face Book Page https://www.facebook.com/events/1518971164991873 . Remember when posting to #12towers !
 
See you all back on the Gold Coast in April for Australia’s Premier Paddle Race.

The T-shirts!

Check out the T-shirt design, also done by Tim at Digital Media Creations.

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Registrations are now open!

Registrations Are Open

Registrations for the event are now open.

Register online using the button on the right or here:

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Event Facebook Page is up

Event Facebook Page is up

Find us on Facebook

The Facebook Page for this year’s event is up and running.

Check it out:

https://www.facebook.com/events/1518971164991873/

Feel free to leave a comment and tell us how you are going with your training for the race!

2015 Event Poster is out

2015 Event Poster is out

Here is the poster for the 2015 12 Towers race, created by Melbourne designer Tim Patterson at Digital Media Creations, who is himself a SUP paddler and heavily involved with SUP VIC and the events they run in Vicco.  Digital Media Creations is a small boutique design and video production company in Yarraville, Melbourne who have also helped with our web design and graphic design and branding.

Tim is designing not only the poster, but the new logo and T-shirts for the event, having previously designed a range of posters for events not only in Victoria, but for the AuSUP Supfest in 2014 & 2015, and the King Of The Cut in W.A.

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Welcome to 12 Towers

Welcome to the new website just in time for the 2015 12 Towers Races. Here you will find the lastest news, update of the event, race information and much more..

If you like to register for the event, please follow the register link on the right, which will take you to the online register web site.

Come and join some of the top elite paddles and weekend warriors to the enthusiast beginners!

Any questions, let us know!

Cheers,

The 12 Towers Team

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