Rich Weiss Memorial Race (TTT+)
2018 Apr 21-22
The Rich Weiss Memorial Race has been the CCE Paddling Club's major annual slalom race for nearly 20yrs.
The race is named for American Olympian Richard Weiss who spent many years training with the Chilliwack Centre of Excellence at the Tamihi Rapids throughout the 1980's and 1990's. Rich left our small community too early in an incident on the White Salmon River in Washington a year after his tremendous 5th place performance at the 1996 Olympics.
The Rich Weiss Race is part of the NW Cup Series and is used as a gauge every year by our BC Slalom Team members as they prepare for National Team Selections and the upcoming race season.
Open to all whitewater paddlers, this race is not only competitive but a fun way to test your skills against some of our young slalom stars AND former slalom stars.
Please regsiter online!
Saturday (Apr. 21)
Sunday (Apr. 22)
Concession stand with food and beverages for purchase will be available.
Please listen for announcements and check this site for any changes regularly.
Don't forget to renew your 2018-19 CCEPC / CKBC MEMBERSHIP, forms will be available on-site
All competitors are expected to follow these safety guidelines as a condition of participation. Random inspections will be conducted by race officials to ensure compliance.
All equipment must be in proper and safe working condition
All kayaks must be equipped with flotation bag in the event of capsizing
All paddlers must wear a PFD, helmet and appropriate gear to protect against hypothermia.
All paddlers will maintain a minimum group size of three at all times during training
All participants will follow directions provided by race organizers (eg. off-limits areas, areas to put in and take out, etc.)
|Prerequisite||Train to Train|
|Contact||Brendan Curson 3062507278|
|This is a Chilliwack Centre of Excellence sanctioned event|
|Deadline||2018-04-21 21:00:00 -0700|