1st: Angelfish, 1:38.35Jade Division
2nd: Kenosha West Row-tarians, 1:38.62
3rd: People Powered Propulsion, 1:46.39
4th: Calvary Clippers, 1:46.79
1st: Pale Ale Paddlers, 1:43.01Pearl Division
2nd: Wet Kennels, 1:43.17
3rd: Team RFD, 1:44.26
4th: WIN Dragons, 1:52.68
1st: Red Hot Rebels, 1:46,58
2nd: Rowing Stones, 1:49.01
3rd: Aquaholics, 1:53.75
For those of you who keep track of these things, take note: This is the second year in a row that St. Cat's (Angelfish) has won the fastest division.
Original Post: Dragon Boat racing isn't as easy as it's cracked up to be -- not with rough waters, mud and fog to deal with even before the races begin.
Today's Dragon Boat races at Samuel Myers Park -- they'll continue through most of the day, weather permitting -- dealt with all three problems, and adjusted somewhat by reducing the number of people on each boat to 16, from the original 20, and after two races they even took off the dragon heads. Oh, sacrilege!!
Still, a good crowd was lined up to watch on the The Hill, and the food and entertainment at Samuel Myers Park are as good as ever.