Canoe Regatta makes a comeback

Clearwater Canoe Regatta returns to Dutch Lake on Sept. 10

Dustin Hurst in the bow

Main photo: Dustin Hurst in the bow, Soren Arduini (hidden) and Mike Arduini paddle to take first place in the signature canoe race during the Clearwater Canoe Regatta (“The Revival”) at Dutch Lake on Saturday, Sept. 10. Behind them for second place are Hans Wadlegger and Wayne Sim.

All photos by Christine Wright

ShelleyLeft: Shelley Sim announces the start of the Try the Tri race. Sim has been one of the main organizers of the Clearwater Canoe Regatta over the years. She is also a member of Clearwater town council and of the School District 73 board of trustees.




WilsonLeft: Rory Wilson shows off his medals






Below: Kids head out during the Try the Tri race, which combines running, cycling and canoeing. Pictured are (l-r) Dustin Hurst, Harriet Broadbent, Mia Thompson, Sarah Oud, Cleo Coates, Eli and Kalan Priede, and Owen Sim.

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