Race in Shanghai – Seeking Competitive Dragon Boat Racers If you’re a competitive dragon boat racer and the idea of racing a 10-man boat in an ancient water village in Shanghai in September interests you, get in touch with Kevin Harding (email@example.com). FCRCC members are putting together a mixed team of paddlers to enter as a Canadian team in the 10th Annual Shanghai International Dragon Boat Invitational. Prize money is up for grabs – and as an invited team, a lot of your expenses (hotel, food, transfers to/from the airport) are covered. You just need to pay your flight and […]
The more you know about the False Creek Racing Canoe Club, the more proud you are to wear its name. The FCRCC started back in 1985 with the first Dragon boat team in North America. We officially received our Society status in 1988 so that is our excuse for have a 30th Anniversary party. The pub night will include a video session which will overview some of the magic moments of the origin and the continued success of the club. Here is what we would love to see: Previous club members and hard working Executive members to come back for […]
This is a co-ed program open to adults of all ages, and is coached by experienced FCRCC outrigger paddlers. Through this program, you will learn outrigger paddling technique (no paddling experience necessary), develop paddling fitness and be introduced to Hawaiian culture. Practices are held Mondays and Wednesday from 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm, leaving from the FCRCC Burrard site. Practices are twice each week for 4 weeks. Warning, the more practices you attend, the more quickly you will become addicted to outrigger paddling! For full details see Outrigger Programs – Novice To register, use this link: https://thriva.activenetwork.com/Reg4/Form.aspx?IDTD=7007642&RF=11709422&mode=0
You must attend these orientations in order to be allowed to go out in the OC2. The only other way to have access is if someone wants to be a Rep for a specific OC program, to orientate their group, they would be taking on the responsibility of conveying all the information. Any damage due to ” ignorance of policy or procedure from their paddlers would be their responsibility.If anyone was taking on this role, so they would be noted as such and get a signature.
It is time for the 2018 Dragon boat year team registration. Teams that were registered last year will have received a memo with the full details. To register, use the following link: https://thriva.activenetwork.com/Reg4/Form.aspx?IDTD=7007642&RF=7309301&mode=0 To contact your dragon boat representative email Coco Lau at: firstname.lastname@example.org