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Race Divisions

In each division title, the letter signifies the type of craft (canoe or kayak) and the number signifies the number of paddlers (1 or 2). C2, for example, is a canoe with two paddlers. Similarly, K1 is a kayak with one paddler.

All paddlers in the canoe divisions must use single-blade canoe paddles. Paddlers in the kayak divisions may use double-bladed kayak paddles or single-bladed canoe paddles.

All divisions may compete on either racecourse. However, the Aluminum divisions and the Child/Adult division will only be awarded medals on the Hartsburg to Jefferson City course. Team SUP division will only be awarded medals on the Providence course.

Divisions that do not have at least 3 registered boats may be merged with another division.


Adult and Child Tandem
2 paddlers; 1 adult (over age of 18) and 1 child age 15 and under.  No restrictions on the type of boat. Hartsburg race only.    

C1 Man
Solo male paddler, no passengers, single blade only. Seaworthy canoe with a maximum length of 18'6".

C1 Woman
Solo female paddler, no passengers, single blade only. Seaworthy canoe with a maximum length of 18'6".

C2 Men
Two male paddlers, single blade only. Seaworthy canoe with a maximum length of 18'6". This includes any recreational, touring, competitive or pro class.

C2 Women
Two female paddlers, single blade only. Seaworthy canoe with a maximum length of 18'6". This includes any recreational, touring, competitive or pro class.

C2 Mixed
A male and a female paddler, single blade only. Seaworthy canoe with a maximum length of 18'6". This includes any recreational, touring, competitive or pro class.

C3
Seaworthy canoe with any combination of 3 paddlers, no passengers, single blade only.

C4
Seaworthy canoe with any combination of 4 paddlers, no passengers, single blade only.

K1 Man
Solo male paddler. Kayak 18 feet or under that is seaworthy and paddle powered.  Rudders allowed, but no mechanical aids.

K1 Woman
Solo female paddler. Kayak 18 feet or under that is seaworthy and paddle powered.  Rudders allowed, but no mechanical aids.

K2 Men
Two male paddlers. Kayak 18 feet or under that is seaworthy and paddle powered.  Rudders allowed, but no mechanical aids.

K2 Women
Two female paddlers. Kayak 18 feet or under that is seaworthy and paddle powered.  Rudders allowed, but no mechanical aids.

K2 Mixed
A male and a female paddler. Kayak 18 feet or under that is seaworthy and paddle powered.  Rudders allowed, but no mechanical aids.

Unlimited Solo Man
Solo kayaks 18'1" or over including sea kayaks, open kayaks, surf-skis, Olympic kayaks, safari boats, training kayaks, outriggers, Texas boats, etc. are allowed. Rudder and electric bilge pump allowed.

Unlimited Solo Woman
Solo kayaks 18'1" or over including sea kayaks, open kayaks, surf-skis, Olympic kayaks, safari boats, training kayaks, outriggers, Texas boats, etc. are allowed. Rudder and electric bilge pump allowed.

Unlimited Tandem
Tandem kayaks 18'1" or over including sea kayaks, open kayaks, surf-skis, Olympic kayaks, safari boats, training kayaks, outriggers, Texas boats, etc. are allowed. Rudder and electric bilge pump allowed.

Alum2 Men
Tandem male paddlers. Seaworthy aluminum canoe with a maximum length of 18 feet. Modification to bulkheads allowed if no reduction in overall flotation. Hartsburg Race only. 

Alum2 Mixed
A male and female paddler. Seaworthy aluminum canoe with a maximum length of 18 feet. Modification to bulkheads allowed if no reduction in overall flotation. . Hartsburg Race only. 

Pedal Drive Kayak
Either gender. We have no restrictions at this time but may discuss with potential participants. 

SUP Man
Male standup paddleboard with one single blade paddle. 

SUP Woman
Female standup paddleboard with one single blade paddle. 

SUP Team (3 or 4)
Teams on standup paddleboards with one single blade paddle per paddler. Providence course only. 

Voyageur Class
Teams of more than 4 paddlers, single blade only. Competitive divisions will be created based on entries. Providence Race only. 

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