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Special Olympics and Port Stephens Cup

Special Olympics and Port Stephens Cup Sailability Port Stephens will be conducting its Special Olympics and Port Stephens Cup Regatta on Grahamstown Dam on the weekend of 11-12 March 2017. Entry fee is $10 per boat per entry. We will accept as a competitor in the Special Olympics competition anyone with an intellectual disability, whether or not they have been assessed by Special Olympics officials. They will also compete in the Cup. Sailors do not need to hold a SA Silver Card or be members of the Hansa Association to compete in this Regatta. You will find the Notice of Race and Entry form on Sailability Port Stephens` Facebook page. Please return your entry by Tuesday 7 March to PO Box 159, Medowie NSW 2318. Continue...


Hansa Equipment_Modifications_Memorandum

Memorandum from Chris Mitchell stating no modifications to be made to Hansa equipment: C Crane and Hansa Boats Continue...Open PDF


Hansa Equipment_Modifications

Advise issued by Chris Mitchell in July 2016 regarding Hansa equipment and their modifications. Instructions to be issued in the near future on specific equipment items Continue...Open PDF


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2.3 Hansa Offer - Gosford

Sailability Gosford has a 2.3 wide Hansa Dinghy on offer. The craft, hull and sail are in good condi Continue...

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Liesl Tesch of Woy Woy, has been recognised for her significant service to sport (Source: News Limited)
LIESL TESCH

LIESL TESCH - AM, FOR SERVICES TO SPORTP> LIESL Tesch said she was ``so excited'' to be made a member of the Order of the Australia (AM).

Tesch, 44, of Woy Woy, has been recognised for her significant service to sport as a gold medallist at the London 2012 Paralympic Games, and through the promotion and facilitation of sport for people with disabilities.

``I'm really honoured and privileged to be part of such a select group of Australians,'' Tesch said.

There is never a dull moment for the Brisbane Water Secondary College teacher, who has represented Australia at six Paralympic Games - five as a basketball player and one as a sailor - winning a gold medal, two silvers and a bronze along the way.

She also has a passion for using sport as a tool for development and has worked with communities across the country and internationally, in addition to co-founding non-profit organisation Sport Matters in 2011.

Tesch said her mother Pam - who died just days before she earned the gold medal she had been chasing for two decades in 2012 - would be ``so proud - honoured and proud'', as are her partner Mark and sister Trudii.

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