October 14, 2002

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Dear Wildwater Racers and Friends:

There is so much going on this fall in the Wildwater scene, not the least of which is some long-awaited detail on the 2003 World Cup in Kernville California. Having just launched, the Kern River Alliance is demonstrating their excellent organization. The world can look forward to heading to Cali soon for some exceptional whitewater racing. Make sure you check out the site!

That's not the only news, of course. In the world of boat construction, Dagger Composites has arranged an exclusive deal with the Nantahala Racing Club to house all of its Wildwater molds.

Lake Lanier's flatwater sprint coach will hold a second Wildwater day training camp, this time focusing on proper wingblade paddling technique.

Last, but certainly not least, the BCE is hosting their 17th nnual Whitewater Triathlon. If you are a mid-Atlantic wildwater racer, you won't want to miss it.

Train hard this fall and winter...the World Cups are right around the corner!

Michael Beavers

In this issue:

Bethesda Center of Excellence Hosts 14th Annual Whitewater Triathlon
Bethesda event may favor fitness of Wildwater racers in run, bike, paddle extravaganza

LCKC Coach Kris Lepianka Hosts Second Wildwater Camp
Flattie Silver Medalist to coach Wildwater paddlers on stroking with a wing blade

Nantahala Racing Club Inherits Dagger Racing Molds
Variety of Wildwater and Slalom racing hulls available to "garage" boat builders.