2016 Tallulah Race Results, Video & Recap

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The race started in the river right eddy beside the wooden launch ramp at the bottom of the 660 steps to get down into the gorge.  The finish line was the confluence of the river into Tugalo Lake.  The race course was 1.54 miles long through all the major rapids of the Tallulah Gorge and dropped 413 total vertical feet.  The race was a time trial event in which each racer was started in one minute intervals.  There were 35 spots open for boaters to apply and qualification for the race was based on past experience at the Green Race, the Lord of the Fork race, and Tallulah Gorge experience.  A total of 33 racers gave this race a go!

Top 3 Men:

  1. Pat Keller – Stinger - 10:27
  2. Zach Fraysier – Karma Unlimited – 10:32
  3. Brad McMillan – Green Boat – 10:37

Top 3 Women:

  1. Adriene Levknecht – Green Boat – 11:08
  2. Rowan Stuart – Green Boat – 12:19
  3. NA

2016 Tallulah Race Results, Video & Recap

Sponsored by

 

The race started in the river right eddy beside the wooden launch ramp at the bottom of the 660 steps to get down into the gorge.  The finish line was the confluence of the river into Tugalo Lake.  The race course was 1.54 miles long through all the major rapids of the Tallulah Gorge and dropped 413 total vertical feet.  The race was a time trial event in which each racer was started in one minute intervals.  There were 35 spots open for boaters to apply and qualification for the race was based on past experience at the Green Race, the Lord of the Fork race, and Tallulah Gorge experience.  A total of 33 racers gave this race a go!

Top 3 Men:

  1. Pat Keller – Stinger - 10:27
  2. Zach Fraysier – Karma Unlimited – 10:32
  3. Brad McMillan – Green Boat – 10:37

Top 3 Women:

  1. Adriene Levknecht – Green Boat – 11:08
  2. Rowan Stuart – Green Boat – 12:19
  3. NA

2016 Tallulah Race Results, Video & Recap

Sponsored by

 

The race started in the river right eddy beside the wooden launch ramp at the bottom of the 660 steps to get down into the gorge.  The finish line was the confluence of the river into Tugalo Lake.  The race course was 1.54 miles long through all the major rapids of the Tallulah Gorge and dropped 413 total vertical feet.  The race was a time trial event in which each racer was started in one minute intervals.  There were 35 spots open for boaters to apply and qualification for the race was based on past experience at the Green Race, the Lord of the Fork race, and Tallulah Gorge experience.  A total of 33 racers gave this race a go!

Top 3 Men:

  1. Pat Keller – Stinger - 10:27
  2. Zach Fraysier – Karma Unlimited – 10:32
  3. Brad McMillan – Green Boat – 10:37

Top 3 Women:

  1. Adriene Levknecht – Green Boat – 11:08
  2. Rowan Stuart – Green Boat – 12:19
  3. NA

Tallulah Race

Sponsored by WORLDKAYAK.COM

Schedule for Race day (November 13th):

7:00-8:00am Check-In, start time given, and Race Bib pick up for preregistered and approved racers only.

8:00-8:30am Race meeting

8:30am Racers will start down the stairs

Start Time: Once Georgia Power has given notification that we can start, the first racer will be released. Shooting for some time between 9:30-10:00am

5:30pm Awards ceremony at put-in parking lot with door prize drawing from WORLDKAYAK.COM Program Partners for volunteers, safety team & racers

Please check the Tallulah Race Facebook page for news and updates:

https://www.facebook.com/Tallulah-Race-1790802457827305/

Spectator Hike-in Info:

http://gastateparks.org/info/244913?c=13023937

Tallulah Race

Sponsored by WORLDKAYAK.COM

Schedule for Race day (November 13th):

7:00-8:00am Check-In, start time given, and Race Bib pick up for preregistered and approved racers only.

8:00-8:30am Race meeting

8:30am Racers will start down the stairs

Start Time: Once Georgia Power has given notification that we can start, the first racer will be released. Shooting for some time between 9:30-10:00am

5:30pm Awards ceremony at put-in parking lot with door prize drawing from WORLDKAYAK.COM Program Partners for volunteers, safety team & racers

Please check the Tallulah Race Facebook page for news and updates:

https://www.facebook.com/Tallulah-Race-1790802457827305/

Spectator Hike-in Info:

http://gastateparks.org/info/244913?c=13023937

Tallulah Race

Sponsored by WORLDKAYAK.COM

Schedule for Race day (November 13th):

7:00-8:00am Check-In, start time given, and Race Bib pick up for preregistered and approved racers only.

8:00-8:30am Race meeting

8:30am Racers will start down the stairs

Start Time: Once Georgia Power has given notification that we can start, the first racer will be released. Shooting for some time between 9:30-10:00am

Hometown Throw Down- Jordan Creek Race!

World Kayak brings you another exciting event to showcase the incredible sport of WW kayaking in British Columbia with the 5th annual Jordan Creek Race in Revelstoke.

Revelstoke is a sleepy ski town in the West Kootenays that hosts some of the best late summer to fall creeking in the area.  The race is a first of it’s kind on the Jordan and promises to be filled with stout lines and charging paddlers.

Hometown Throw Down- Jordan Creek Race!

World Kayak brings you another exciting event to showcase the incredible sport of WW kayaking in British Columbia with the 5th annual Jordan Creek Race in Revelstoke.

Revelstoke is a sleepy ski town in the West Kootenays that hosts some of the best late summer to fall creeking in the area.  The race is a first of it’s kind on the Jordan and promises to be filled with stout lines and charging paddlers.

Hometown Throw Down- Jordan Creek Race!

World Kayak brings you another exciting event to showcase the incredible sport of WW kayaking in British Columbia with the 5th annual Jordan Creek Race in Revelstoke.

Revelstoke is a sleepy ski town in the West Kootenays that hosts some of the best late summer to fall creeking in the area.  The race is a first of it’s kind on the Jordan and promises to be filled with stout lines and charging paddlers.

Hometown Throw Down- Jordan Creek Race!

World Kayak brings you another exciting event to showcase the incredible sport of WW kayaking in British Columbia with the 5th annual Jordan Creek Race in Revelstoke.

Revelstoke is a sleepy ski town in the West Kootenays that hosts some of the best late summer to fall creeking in the area.  The race is a first of it’s kind on the Jordan and promises to be filled with stout lines and charging paddlers.

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