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Best result ever for local paddlers

03 Sep 2015

Best result ever for local paddlers Image

Local dragon boaters received their best ever result at the World Dragon Boat Championships in Canada last month, bringing home 67 medals.

Some 41 paddlers from Docklands dragon boat clubs, the Yarra River Dragons, Melbourne Flames and Dragon Masters, competed at the championships as part of Australian team, the Auroras.

The championships were held at the Welland International Flatwater Centre in Ontario and saw teams from 17 countries compete.

Almost 300 Australian paddlers competed in the event, supported by 10 coaches, eight managers and around 200 supporters.

Melbourne Flames coach Serghei Cusca also attended the championships as head coach of the Australian team, a role he has been reappointed to for two more years.

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