Marathon

National K1 and K2 Marathon Championships 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd July 2017

Location: Salmon Leap Canoe Club

Saturday 22nd July, Day 1 K1

Men’s Div.1 & 2   20k (5 laps)

Boy’s U18 / Div.3 / Women’s / Veterans’   16k (4 laps)

Div.4 / Girl’s U18   12k (3 laps)

Boy’s/Girl’s U15 (Div.5)   8k (2 laps)

 

Sunday 23rd July, Day 2 K2

Men’s Div.1 & 2   20k (5 laps)

Boy’s U18 / Div.3 / Women’s / Veterans’   16k (4 laps)

Div.4 / Girl’s U18   12k (3 laps)

Boy’s/Girl’s U15 (Div.5)   8k (2 laps)

Courses:

20km   3 portages      16km   2 portage

12km   1 Portage      8km   No Portage

 Last entries 11:30           First Start 12:00 Sharp

Fees:          Seniors: €10 per seat   Juniors: € 5 per seat

  • CI/CANI/BCU membership cards must be presented when entering. You can find your CI Membership card on your online profile on the Canoeing Ireland database. ( If you have never logged on before. Go to www.canoe.ie, Click on member logon, enter email address given to CI, Click reset password and follow prompts. Above personal on your profile is your membership card in PDF form.)
  • Neither the organisers nor the CI accept responsibility for any damage or loss.
  • CI Safety Rules Apply.
  • If you wish to volunteer to help out at race please contact Aisa Cooper at aisacooper@hotmail.com or 0866051787

Irish Crews invade the land of Shaka Zulu – Extreme Canoe Marathon.

The 16th February 2017 saw the start of the legendary DUSI Canoe Marathon, which took place over three days and 125km of river and bush portages through the magnificent Valley of a Thousand Hills in KwaZulu Natal Provence, South Africa. The idea of racing down the uMsundusi and uMngeni Rivers was born during World War II when Dr. Ian Player, sitting with friends around an army campfire in Italy, proposed the idea of travelling by kayak from Pietermaritzburg to Durban. After an initial expedition was abandoned halfway in 1950, eight paddlers set off from Alexandra Park on 22 December 1951. Six days, 8 hours and 15 minute later, Dr. Player was the only paddler to finish, having survived two days of low rivers, a flash flood and a bite from a night adder. Ref: www.dusi.co.za. This unique race has taken place every year since and is now the subject to a movie ‘Beyond the River’, to be released in April 2017.

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CARRICK-ON-SHANNON CANOE CLUB – 53rd Annual Ranking Marathon

CARRICK-ON-SHANNON CANOE CLUB

53rd Annual Ranking Marathon

 Saturday 25th June 2016.

 

Classes

  1. K2/T2                  Course A
  2. K1 Division 1             Course A
  3. K1 Division 2             Course A
  4. K1 Division 3              Course B
  5. K1 Division 4                        Course B
  6. Ladies K1 Division 4  Course B
  7. Junior K1 Division 5 Course C
  8. Short Course K2/T2                     Course B
  9. General Purpose – Men Course B
  10. General Purpose – Women Course B
  11. General Purpose – Boys (U-18)           Course B
  12. General Purpose – Girls (U-18)             Course B
  13. General Purpose – Boys (U-15)                         Course B
  14. General Purpose – Girls (U-15) Course B
  15. Open Canadian              Course B

Courses

A: 27 Km. of river, lake and canal, with two portages.

B: 11 Km. of river (2 laps).

C: 6 Km. of river (1 lap).

Entries

Accepted at Canoe Club up to 1.10 p.m.

Senior………..€10           Junior… …….€5

CI/CANI/BCU membership cards must be presented when entering.

Start and Finish

At Carrick Quay (First Start 1.30 p.m.)

Information

Neither the organisers nor the Canoeing Ireland accept any responsibility for any damage or loss to persons or equipment.

CI Safety Rules apply

B. Hyland 087 2635428