Tradies are set for a big weekend with the WorkSafe Tradies Challenge presented by Fagg’s Mitre 10 and Belmont Timber to be held at Jan Juc on Saturday.
Pitting tradies against each other in the surf, the event features an Open, Masters and Pairs division across the day.
For the second straight year, event entries will be limited to tradies from regions that are not subject to COVID19 lockdowns.
The event will feature some heavy hitters from across the state including former Junior State Champion Codie Jeffery (Phillip Island) and past Masters Champion Callan Cross (Jan Juc).
“We are stoked to be holding the WorkSafe Tradies Challenge again,” said Surfing Victoria CEO Adam Robertson.
“This is a great event for surfing tradies from across the state to get together, go for a surf and wind down from a challenging year!”
Live Scores and Schedule can be accessed via www.surfingvic.com/live
The event will run under strict COVID19 restrictions including no non-essential spectators and requesting that competitors leave the competition site once they have finished their heat. Surfing Victoria will be adhere to all state directions in relation to the COVID19 pandemic and will make changes to the event to ensure compliance.
COVID19 Risk Management Key Points
– Competitors are to arrive for their heat 20mins before it begins and leave the contest zone no more than 40mins after their heat
– All non-essential spectators are not permitted in the contest zone (boardwalk area)
– Rash vests will be washed after every heat
– Competitors and essential spectators (eg. Parent or Guardian) must check in via a QR code
The full COVID19 Risk Management plan can be found on www.surfingvic.com
WorkSafe Tradies’ Surf Challenge presented by Fagg’s Mitre 10 & Belmont Timber
Saturday December 4th 2021
Jan Juc Beach, Victoria
Masters (Over 35)
Pairs’ (One tradie per team)
The 2021 WorkSafe Tradies Challenge is presented by Fagg’s Mitre 10 and Belmont Timber and supported by Cancer Council Sunscreen, City to Surf Mobile Café and 4Pines Torquay
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