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Unleash your inner dragon

31 Aug 2010

Docklands businesses are encouraged to enter the annual Corporate Dragon Boat Challenge at Victoria Harbour on October 27.

Melbourne City Sports, in conjunction with Dragon Boat Victoria, is hosting the event which aims to provide the ultimate team-building activity.

A spokesperson for Melbourne City Sports said: “Now in its third year, we are excited to deliver this truly unique local event, which gives businesses around the City of Melbourne and Docklands the opportunity to compete.”

Each team will race three times over a 200m course in a round-robin style event, with a final race being held for the four fastest teams.  Each team comprises 20 paddlers, with a minimum of eight women, plus reserves, along with a drummer.

Team entry costs $1050 and includes two one-hour coaching sessions before the event, snacks and bottled water provided after the event, free physio and masseurs and a medal for the first three-placed teams.

All equipment is provided and each team will have an accredited helm/sweep to steer.

Team registration closes October 20.  For more information and to register visit http://www.melbournecitysports.ymca.org.au.

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