Junior ironperson round held at Umina
Umina Surf Life Saving Club put on the Christmas cheer last Saturday for the first round of the Central Coast's junior ironperson series, held at Umina.
Carol-singing, decorating tents and dressing up in Christmas outfits were all on the agenda.
The event format aimed to provide an opportunity for aspiring junior ironman and women to race similar courses to that of their heroes in the professional ironperson series, according to Surf Life Saving Central Coast.
"These challenging but fun course formats provide the perfect development platform for our stars of the future with many past series winners progressing through the ranks to qualify for professional ironperson series."
This year, under-19s to Opens and over-30s categories have been added to the series, but will not be eligible for prize money.
Round two and round three of the series will be held at The Lakes and Wamberal in January.
Social media, 9 Dec 2021
Umina Surf Life Saving Club