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Grand River Race – Paris
May 11 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
This is a river race through less than class 1 rapids.
Inflatables are recommended but hard boards will be allowed at your own risk. Fins shorter than 6 inch are recommended.
We will not be responsible for any damage.
Rentals will be available @ $40 per board on a first come basis. A credit card must be provided in case of any damage. Please contact Aaron Pilon or Glen Buchanan to make your reservation (email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org).
Put in is at Glen Morris.
The race is approximately 8.2 km through easy moving water and a few swifts (rapids) to the Three Sisters Bridge Trestles (Finish).
Meet at 142 West River Road South, Brant, ON.
This address is a private residential address so you’ll be turning into a driveway and driving down a road to the river.
We will mark the driveway with a SUP Series flag.
Pay camping will also be available here.
From here we’ll jump into vehicles and shuttle up to the put-in at Glen Morris.
All other cars will remain on site
Contact email@example.com for more details.
Registration OPEN NOW: https://www.webscorer.com/register?raceid=175548
On line registration closes at 1 pm on Friday, May the 1oth.
On-site registration 09:00 – 11:00
Race Meeting at Glen Morris Put-in– 11:30
Race Start – 12:00
Awards – At the finish line. 142 West River Road South, Brant, ON.
Boards – it is highly recommended that inflatable boards are used for this race, due to shallow sections in the river, and the expectation that you will bottom out or catch a fin at some point during this race.
PFD’s are mandatory. Given that we are paddling moving water, traditional wearable PFDs are highly recommended, however inflatable belt PFDs will be accepted.
Quick release leashes are highly recommended.
Warm/Cold weather gear is advised (weather dependant).
Helmets are recommended
Shin and elbow pads are acceptable.