3 October 2014

BMD Northcliffe Defends World Crown

BMD Northcliffe has defended their world crown with a dominant performance at Rescue 2014 in France. Competition started in the pool where the club was awarded three silver and two bronze medals in the 200 metre Obstacles and the Medley Relays. Next was the Ocean Events where Courtney Hancock played an impressive part in picking up maximum points in the Women’s Surf Race. BMD Northcliffe claimed the top four positions, with Courtney coming in second. The Women’s Board Rescue saw Courtney in third place on the last day of the competition. Six time Australian Open Ironman, Shannon Eckstein was awarded gold in the Male Board Race and a silver medal for the Men’s Surf Race. Shannon defended his Ironman crown in the Men’s Board Rescue, taking home the gold. To top off a great few days, the club also took out both the Male and Female Taplin Relays. BMD is the official naming rights sponsor of BMD Northcliffe Surf Club. This is the first partnership of its kind in Australia between a surf club and a corporate sponsor, which has further strengthened our well established and long term partnership. On behalf of BMD Group, congratulations to Shannon, Courtney and the BMD Northcliffe Team for their efforts in France. For more information on BMD Northcliffe, please visit their website here. _______________________________________________________________________________________________

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Since 1979, BMD has employed a relationship based business model founded on certainty, collaboration and performance.

With approximately 1,700 staff throughout Australia, BMD has the resources and experience to deliver projects ranging in size from $1 million to over $1 billion and is currently ranked 36th in the 2013 BRW’s Top 500 Private Companies list and 3rd in the 2013 Brisbane Business News’ Top 100 Private Companies.

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