Race Date
24 Jul 2022
Race Type
Hasler Race
Organising Club
Wokingham CC
David Palfrey

RG6 1PQ, Reading, Wokingham, England, United Kingdom


Wokingham Canoe Club, Wokingham Waterside Centre, Thames Valley Park Drive, Reading, Berkshire. RG6 1PQ

At the end of the A329(M), turn right towards Thames Valley Park and the Wokingham Waterside Centre is shortly after the roundabout exit on the left.

Car parking is provided on the adjacent field accessed via the centre car park. Stay within the carparking area and do not drive onto other parts of the meadow due to ditches present. Parking areas may be moved in cases of inclement weather or use by other events.


  • Divisions 1, 2 & 3 - 19.5km, 3 laps, 2 portages 
  • Division 4, 5 & 6 - 13km, 2 laps, 1 portage
  • Divisions 7, 8, 9, 10 - 6.5km, 1 lap, no portages 
  • Geoff Sanders - 2.5km, 1 lap, no portages

Maps and briefing notes will be available on site on the day. 


09:00 Check in opens for team leaders only 

10:00 Briefing for 10:30 starts

10:30 Starts for Divisions 7-10, Geoff Sanders K1 races 

12:00 Briefing for 12:30/13:30 starts

12:30 Starts for Divisions 1-6, Geoff Sanders K2 races 

Entry Fees 

  • Seniors: £12 per seat per race
  • Juniors: £10 per seat per race
  • Geoff Sanders races: £5
  • Late entry surcharge: £3

Number Boards will be issued at check in and will be collected after the race.  Lost boards are charged at £5.

All entries and payment via the Race Entries system.

Deadline midday Wed 20th July. Late entry deadline midday Fri 22 July. There are no entries on the day.

Entrants must be members of British Canoeing. BC day tickets may be purchased for divisions 7-9 only (£5).

Any problems / changes to entries, please email wcchasler@outlook.com. 


Entry fees include food for competitors directly after their race. Water taps will be available for free and a limited number of water bottles. Other food and refreshments are for sale throughout the event. Discount on drinks with your own cup!

Notes to Competitors 

  1. Buoyancy aids are compulsory for all Geoff Sanders competitors, as well as division 7, 8, 9 & 10 paddlers whether they are racing in those divisions or higher divisions.
  2. Team leaders should decide if paddlers under 16 years of age in higher divisions should wear a buoyancy aid. 
  3. The race organiser has the final say on who has to wear a buoyancy aid.
  4. Team Leaders are responsible for ensuring that paddlers are properly equipped having taken into account the paddler’s health, fitness, capability, the course, the prevailing conditions and other risks associated with this race. 
  5. The race will be run in accordance with British Canoeing's Marathon Racing Committee rules. 
  6. Vertical number boards will be provided. 
  7. It is likely that paddlers will encounter other craft on the river. Rules of the river must be observed when racing – keep right. 
  8. Competitors must render their boats sufficiently buoyant to remain afloat and to support the crew in rough water in the event of capsize. No boat will be deemed to be sufficiently buoyant purely as a result of its construction (e.g. vac bagged/ sandwich or other construction) to fulfil this requirement, additional buoyancy will be required in the form of foam, air bags and/or sealed bulkheads. 
  9. During the course of a competition any Items discarded by a competitor anywhere other than in a proper bin, must be recovered by the athlete, their support crew or coach immediately. It is the athlete’s responsibility to ensure that this has happened. An event official witnessing non-compliance with this rule shall report the infringement to the race organiser and the offending competitor will be disqualified from the competition. 
  10. The club and its nominated officials cannot be held responsible for any loss of life, injury or damage to equipment however caused. 
  11. You agree that we may publish your Personal Information as part of the results of the Event and may pass such information to the governing body or any affiliated organisation for the purpose of insurance, licences or for publishing results either for the event alone or combined with or compared to other events. Results may include (but not be limited to) name, any club affiliation, race times, occupation and age category. This information will be published on the club website at the earliest opportunity. 
  12. Any disputes over race results must be made by the team leader within 1 hour of the results being published.
  13. If Environment Agency stream warnings are judged to be too high, or flow too strong, the race will be cancelled.




Entry Details

Race types

    • Division 2 Singles
    • Division 3 Singles
    • Division 4 Singles
    • Division 5 Singles
    • Division 6 Singles
    • Division 7 Singles
    • Division 8 Singles
    • Division 9 Singles
    • Division 1 Singles
    • Division 2 Doubles
    • Division 3 Doubles
    • Division 4 Doubles
    • Division 5 Doubles
    • Division 6 Doubles
    • Division 7 Doubles
    • Division 8 Doubles
    • Division 9 Doubles
    • Geoff Sanders Division A
    • Geoff Sanders Division B
    • Geoff Sanders Division C
    • Geoff Sanders K2 Open
    • Geoff Sanders K2 Mini

Entries are currently closed

Entries open
8 Jul 2022, 11:55 a.m.
Late entries
21 Jul 2022, 11:55 a.m.
Entries close
22 Jul 2022, 5 p.m.
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