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  • DragonBoat SA
    DragonBoat SA looks after over a dozen South Australian teams competing in both regular competitions and also on a social basis. The standard crew complement of a contemporary dragon boat is around 22, comprising 20 paddlers in pairs facing toward the bow of the boat, 1 drummer or caller at the bow facing toward the paddlers, and 1 steerer or tiller(helm) at the rear of the boat, although for races it is common to have just 18 paddlers. Dragon boats vary in length and crew size will vary accordingly, from small dragon boats with 10 paddlers, up to the massive traditional boats which have upwards of 50 paddlers, plus drummer and steerer. Adelaide, SA Australia
    http://www.dragonboatsa.com/
    (Added: Thu Feb 20 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Marathon Canoe Club of South Australia
    If you are interested in long distance paddling for recreation, exploration or competition then the Marathon Canoe Club of SA is the club for you. Marathon paddling events are considered to be any paddle or race longer than 10km, although this definition can vary a little depending on conditions and degree of difficulty. The main function of the Marathon Canoe Club of South Australia is to organise the Riverland Paddling Marathon.
    http://www.mcc.canoe.org.au/
    (Added: Wed Jan 29 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Marathon Canoe Club of South Australia
    If you are interested in long distance paddling for recreation, exploration or competition then the Marathon Canoe Club of SA is the club for you. Marathon paddling events are considered to be any paddle or race longer than 10km, although this definition can vary a little depending on conditions and degree of difficulty. The main function of the Marathon Canoe Club of South Australia is to organise the Riverland Paddling Marathon. However the club has a number of important secondary goals including Organise other marathon paddling events in South Australia such as the Back2Back and Christmas Race; Facilitating or encourage greater participation in marathon paddling events; Encourage paddlers to participate in interstate events; Encourage friendship and fun for marathon canoeists, their family and friends. Adelaide, South Australia
    http://mcc.canoe.org.au/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Northern Districts Canoe Club
    Have a ball with canoeing. Find your place in a NDCC Canoe Polo Team. Canoe polo is like basketball on water. It's an energetic game that combines the ball skills of basketball and water polo with the manoeuvrability of a kayak. Mawson Lakes, South Australia
    http://ndcc.canoe.org.au/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Onkaparinga Canoe Club
    The Onkaparinga Canoe Club (The OCC) is one of South Australia's oldest canoe clubs, incorporated in 1976. We are located on the tidal estuary of the Onkaparinga River at Port Noarlunga, in the Southern suburbs of Adelaide. The OCC is a small and friendly club that caters for all ages and levels of experience. Since 1976, the club has produced many state, national, and international competitors. Port Noarlunga, South Australia
    http://www.theocc.org.au/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Rowing South Australia
    Rowing SA is the peak body that administers the sport of Rowing in South Australia. As an Incorporated Association, Rowing SA serves the needs of an ever growing and diversifying rowing community, and has done so since its inception in 1884 as The South Australian Rowing Association (SARA). In 2009, SARA changed its name to Rowing SA. Rowing SA is one of the seven affiliate State associations of Rowing Australia, the National peak body. Rowing Australia is in turn, a member of Federation Internationale des Societes d'Aviron (FISA), the international governing body for Rowing. West Lakes Shore, SA Australia
    https://www.rowingsa.asn.au/
    (Added: Mon Feb 19 2018) - Report this link as bad!
  • West Lakes Canoe Club
    Membership of the club is open to individuals and families and allows for both those who own their own boats as well as those who don't. Memberships benefits include free qualified coaching, access to excellent facilities and equipment, friendly club atmosphere, storage and insurance cover of your own canoe and or kayak, participation in organised events & trips, transport and insurance cover of your boat to events, regular newsletters, etc. Port Adelaide, South Australia
    http://www.westlakes.canoe.org.au/
    (Added: Wed Jan 29 2014) - Report this link as bad!
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