Sydney Sporting Events Jan-March 2020
The Sydney Sporting calendar is already jam-packed for the start of 2020 with a wide variety of action, festivals and tournaments due to take place in the first quarter of the new year.
Alongside superb cricket there is also football, golf, netball, thoroughbred racing, surfing, sailing, and motorsport.
Events to particularly look out for are, the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race, The ATP Cup, Dragon Boat Races, Bowl-A-Rama, and Vissla Sydney Surf Pro.
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The ATP Cup
3rd Jan - 12th Jan
A new summer of top tennis comes to Sydney in January with the launch of the ATP Cup. A new team competition is to be hosted in Sydney at the newly upgraded Ken Rosewall Arena. The event will be the first time that Australia will host an ATP Cup Tournament, including the finals.
All the top tennis players from around the world will be on display and the AUD$50 million upgrade on the arena means that the competitors will have an all-weather surface with the most innovative on-court technology.
Dragon Boat Races
As well as celebrating the Lunar Festival, Sydney will play host to the spectacular Dragon Boat Races.
Dragon Boat Racing has been a Chinese cultural institution for over two thousand years, and it is now a recognised international sport.
Everything takes place on the spectacular Darling Harbour, where you can see the incredible sight of twelve of these huge dragon-headed boats racing against each other to the beat of pounding drums.
If you love skateboarding then you cannot afford to miss Bowl-A-Rama which is Australia’s biggest skateboarding competition. This legendary event attracts current pro-skaters along with gifted newcomers hoping to steal titles away.
2020 will be the thirteenth year of this prestigious event which is the largest of its kind in all Australasia. It remains the only international professional bowl skating event of its kind in the world.
Due to the event’s ever increasing popularity the action has been expanded into two days. Expect to see three epic sessions both on Saturday and Sunday, this means that in 2020 there will be extra capacity to hold spectators.
As well as all the action, Sydney will be one long skateboarding party all weekend. And of course there will be plenty of stalls to purchase the obligatory merchandise.