Dragon Signs Local Tour: Race for Six
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This year’s Dragon Signs Local Tour is bigger and better than ever before with the announcement of the 'Race for Six'.
2023 will see six, unique, Welsh-themed medals up for grabs for winners of Dragon Signs Local Tour events.
The themes are:
- Wales’ Castles: Wales is famous for its castles, from Caernarfon to Cardiff, from Conwy to Pembroke, and many more in between.
- National Parks: Wales is blessed with some of the best countryside in the world, and amazing national parks in Snowdonia, the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire coast.
- Pontcysyllte Aqueduct: The viaduct in Llangollen stands an amazing 38 metres, or 125 feet, tall across the Dee Valley. This amazing piece of engineering cemented the reputation of renowned civil engineer Thomas Telford.
- Tenby Harbour, Pembrokeshire: Known as the ‘Jewel in Pembrokeshire’s Crown’, the harbour boasts clear blue waters and multi-coloured houses making it one of the most recognisable locations in Wales.
- Roald Dahl: Born in Fairwater Road, Llandaff, Cardiff Roald Dahl’s books have sold more than 250 million copies worldwide. How many of his famous characters can you spot?
- Cardiff Bay:With the Millennium Centre, Norwegian Church, Pierhead Building on show, we’ve captured everything encapsulating the wonderful Cardiff Bay area.
Each month will feature one of the medals. Amazing prizes will be given to any player who collects all six medals over the months. To secure their prize all they have to do is to share an image of them wearing all the medals on Instagram, tagging in Tennis Wales along with the hash tag #DSRaceTo6
Who is the Dragon Signs Local Tour for?
The Dragon Signs Local Tour gives players aged 8-18 their first experience of ‘official’ competitive tennis where they earn ranking points, and matches count towards an ITF World Tennis number. Each event takes place over one day.