Dragon Boat Challenge

Sunday 17th July 2022


Well done to all the teams it was a fantastic day and we hope we have raised lots of money for all the charities. Please let us know how much you have raised as we would like to publish this in due course.

Here are the results for Kingston Rotary Dragon Boat Challege 2022.   This lists all the teams and their timings for every race plus the results of the finals.     

Results of July 2022 Dragon Boat Challenge

 

Dragon Boat Racing is an exciting way of motivating and integrating people in teams while having a lot of fun. It’s a great platform for team building, whilst most importantly raising funds for local charities, and contributing to the local community.

There is plenty of room for supporters to view the colourful and exciting races and there will be supporting activities such as children’s funfair rides and food vendors, plus market stalls to add to a fun atmosphere for the teams and supporters - so come along to Canbury Gardens, Lower Ham Road and watch the racing.

To add to the fun, teams are encouraged to come in fancy dress (Pirates, Smurfs, Vikings, etc) and a prize will be awarded to the best dressed teams!

There will be a professional race commentator and racing starts at 9.30 am - the day will conclude with a prize giving ceremony at the end of the day.

Application forms will be sent out around the end of January 2022 but you can register your interest in participating by contacting Simon

Ready to take that personal challenge or get your team together to raise funds for charity?  We’d love to know what you’re doing and if there’s anything we can do to help.

To keep up to date with all the latest information on this event go to our facebook page. 

Share your photos and fundraising updates with us on social media #KingstonRotaryDragonBoats

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