The death of Wild Water Racing...

Marathon, Freestyle, Polo, Slalom, Sprint, WWR, etc.
Gromit :D
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Re: The death of Wild Water Racing...

Post by Gromit :D » Fri Jan 21, 2011 10:55 pm

hi,

I have just read this topic... I found the wildwater website by accident.. but when I looked at the race results it appears its a dead sport.

Is this correct?
Only when the last tree has died and the last river been poisoned and the last fish been caught will we realise that we cant eat money.

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banburypaddler
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Re: The death of Wild Water Racing...

Post by banburypaddler » Sat Jan 22, 2011 8:52 pm

Nah, WWR's not dead - far from it. The website http://www.wildwater.org.uk is normally updated very regularly. I've sent results in and seen them appar on the site the same evening.

WWR boats pop up in the strangest of places. Had you been walking the towpath of the Oxford Canal near Banbury this morning, you'd have seen a bunch of marathon paddlers in wavehoppers, putting in a hard sprint session through the ice.
Hydrodynamically dyslexic.

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