The Riv has ten weekend passes to the Southern 80 to give away.January 31, 2013 2:31pm
Australia's biggest ski race will return to the Murray River in February for the Southern 80 and The Riv has ten weekend passes to give away.
Festivities will start on Friday, February 8, with Breakfast with the Stars at the Kerrabee Soundshell in Moama.
The action will start on the Saturday from 8.30am with social classes completing the entire 80km race from Torrumbarry to Echuca, followed by smaller social classes.
The Beechworth Bakery Baker's Blitz will start from 3.30pm to decide who has poll position for Sunday's main event.
The Riv has ten weekend passes to the Southern 80 to give away.
To win, simply answer this question: Name one of the four district skiiers that recently excelled in their events at the 2012-2013 Australian Speed and Marathon Ski Racing Championships.
Email your entries by 4pm on Thursday, February 7. Winners will be notified by phone.
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