KZN sprint championships

2011-04-08 00:00

THIS weekend sees the second two days of the 2011 KwaZulu-Natal Sprint Championships at Nagle Dam.

Tomorrow, all the guppy or U12 classes will be racing the 1 000-metre and 3 000-metre events which they missed two weeks ago, while the rest of the age groups concentrate on the 500-metre events.

Then on Sunday, the guppies do their 500-metre events and then join the rest doing the 200-metre races.

Racing begins at 9 am each day after the paddlers meeting at 8 am.

In the 1 000-metre and 3 000-metre races, two weeks ago, top performances came from Blaine Beresford, Louis Hattingh and Tristan Wilson in the boys’ U18, U16 and U14 respectively.

Kerry Segal, Francis Beresford and Kelly Biljoen shone in the girls’ races. Nick Stubbs and Tiffany Kruger were the top man and woman.

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