Bulli's open men team has claimed the second leg of the 2019-20 George Bass Surfboat Marathon, rowing victoriously into Coila Beach.
The reigning champs won the first leg from Batemans Bay to Moruya on Sunday, December 29.
During the presentation, organisers informed competitors of a potential change of course for tomorrow's leg.
"We are under the instruction of Maritime NSW to consider moving the third leg to the Wagonga Inlet due to the conditions forecast for tomorrow," committee member Andrew Holt said.
A meeting will take place at 6am to assess conditions and make a decision. If the race is moved to the Wagonga Inlet, Narooma, a course of 2 x 10km laps will be set.
Meanwhile, bushfires burning in the southern Eurobodalla Shire and on the Far South Coast remain a threat to the Princes Highway.
Leg two (19km) from Moruya Main Beach to Coila Beach, Tuross Head - the record is 1 hour and 8 mins.
Open Men's - 1st place went to Bulli who completed the 19km in 1 hour 17mins. Second was Moruya/Canberra Vikings, and third was Henley, SA.
Open Women's - The record is 1 hour, 18 minutes, 40 second. Torquay could not better that, but did beat everyone else home in 1 hour 23 mins. Second was North Cronulla and third was Broulee.
Other results were:
Vet Men - 1st Wanda 1 hour 21 minutes. 2nd - Bulli, 3rd Corrimal.
Vet Women - 1st Moruya Canberra Vikiungs 1 our 30 minutes, 2nd Tathra, 3rd Pambula.
Super Vets - North Cronulla 1 hour 21 minutes. 2nd Grange, 3rd Long Reef.
Ski Men - record is 1 hour 9 mins 7 seconds.
1st - Lachlan O'Grady of Bulli. 2nd - Jack Pattison of Austinmeer, 3rd Craig Vipond of Maloolabar.
Ski Ocean Men
1st - Will Harman of Bondi, 2nd - Stuart O'Reagan of North Bondi, 3rd - Novak Thomson of Noosa.
Ski Ocean Women
1st - Kim O'Halloran of Pambula, 2nd - Ruth Burgess of Bermagui, 3rd Mel Meaker of Tathra.