Location: Ngamotu Beach, New Plymouth
Date: 2023 (Date TBC)
- 3.6km Flannagan Cup swim (3 x 1.2km Laps)
- 1.2km Duncan Laing swim, Open and Masters (1 x 1.2km lap)
- 400m Give-it-a-go swim
Race Start: TBC
Races and times
Note: This year all competitors in the 1.2km and 3.6km races will start at the same time.
7.30am start- An ideal introduction for newcomers or those returning to open water swimming. Entry cost $20.
Swimming Taranaki Relay Race
8.00am start- Three members per team each swimming 200m. Each swimmer completes one lap changing over on the start/finish line. Open to all swimmers, 13 years and under on raceday. Awarded to first team completing the course. Entry cost $30 per team.
Duncan Laing Memorial Trophy Juniors Race
8.30am start- 1.2 km (approx) 1 lap of a rectangular course. Open to swimmers 10 – 14 years old on race day. Awarded to first swimmer home. Entry cost $45.
Open 1.2km Race
8.30am start- 1.2km (approx) 1 lap of a rectangular course. Open to swimmers 15-19 years old on race day. Awarded to first swimmer home. Entry cost $55.
8.30am start- 1.2km (approx) 1 lap of a rectangular course. Open to all swimmers 20 years and over. Awarded to first swimmer home. Entry cost $55.
8.30am start- 3.6 km (approx) 3 laps of a rectangular course. Open to all swimmers 14 years and over.
FC awarded to first swimmer home. In addition competitors who have swum any FC (3.6km) since 2014 compete for a sealed handicap trophy. Entry cost $70 includes event t-shirt.
ENTRIES RECEIVED AFTER FRIDAY 29TH JANUARY (ALL EVENT CATEGORIES) WILL BE SUBJECT TO A $20 LATE ENTRY FEE.
Bill Davis Memorial Shield for the Flannagan Cup
Four (4) swimmers competing as a club team in the Flannagan Cup 3.6km race. Winners will record the lowest number of points based on the placing of its members. Teams must be declared by an authorised club administrator.
Sue Southgate Trophy for the Duncan Laing Swim
Four (4) swimmers competing as a club team in the Duncan Laing Memorial Trophy 1.2km race. Winners will record the lowest number of points based on the placing of its members. Teams must be declared by an authorised club administrator.
COVID Safe Event Plan
The Flannagan Cup will follow Ministry of Health NZ guidelines to ensure the Flannagan Cup open water swim event is a COVID Safe Event that does not put athletes, officials, staff or the local community at a higher risk of infection. The event team will be increasing preventive measures for everyone on-site, such as providing hand sanitisation stations and cleaning high traffic areas to minimise the spread of COVID-19. There will also be face masks available if required.
Due to current COVID-19 Ministry of Health guidelines, the Flannagan Cup will be a spectator event, and go ahead as planned unless the regional or national Alert Level is raised from Alert Level 1 to Alert Level 2. If the regional Alert Level is raised to Alert Level 2 or higher, then the event will be cancelled.
The Flannagan Cup Team would like to thank the participants and spectators in advance for their ongoing cooperation and support.
For further enquires around the COVID Safe Event Plan, please feel free to contact the Flannagan Cup Team at email@example.com
For further COVID-19 information please visit: https://www.health.govt.nz/our-work/diseases-and-conditions/covid-19-novel-coronavirus