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12 brave souls turned up to paddle in the biting cold wind on the canal from Park Farm. The revised course was required due to the canal having been de-watered on the normal course. The revised course was about 300m shorter than the normal one.
It was good to be able to race this month with relatively benign conditions there was a good turnout for the earlier start to avoid the Santa Special boat trips. There were some significant improvements for some as well as 5 new to this event. Our thanks go to Donald for the xmas mince pies &am
The river Dee was a strangely unfamiliar river following the floods earlier in the year that faced this year’s competitors. The racing was keen and the weather was ideal.
Great conditions for the Tay Descent this year. Medium level, very little wind and moderately warm for the time of year.
Thanks to all of the volunteers and organisers who make this event
Results, sorted by class, are now available on this link:
Our thanks go to Maureen, Jacqui for the time keeping (in the rain), Iain for the sagety boat & Brian for running the event.
Full results are found on the attached file
This was a great event with paddlers young and old either racing or challenging themselves to get their kayaks or canoes across central Scotland.
The weather was kind this year with sunny intervals with light east winds.
The last minute revised course for this event was a great success with lots of good racing in spectacular weather.
Our thanks go to Margaret & her team for organising this event.
There was a great turnout of padlers and the weather was fairly kind to all which enabled a number of PB's to be set.
Our thanks go to Cecile and her team on the SCA Sprint Committee along with all the other volunteers who made the day run so smothly.
Number were down a little this month but this did not detract from the competition. Our thanks go again to Nan, for the timekeeping & Iain, for the safety boat.