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June 26, 2014

Deadline extended for Cumberland Canoe and Kayak Race

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If you haven’t registered for the 2nd annual Rally on the Cumberland Race, you’ve still got a chance.

The registration deadline has extended to July 8 for the Canoe and Kayak Race scheduled for  July 12 at Liberty Park.

The race will be held in heats beginning at 8 a.m. at the Montgomery County Conservation Club, located at 1182 Seven Mile Ferry Road, and finishing at Freedom Point in Liberty Park. Racers must arrive by 6:45 a.m. the day of the race to check in and will be transported from Liberty Park to the Conservation Club to begin the race. Participants must provide their own canoe. Boats may be rented from Blueway Adventures, LLC (931-320-8466) or Run-A-Muck Outfitters (931-551-6606) prior to completing registration for the race.

Cost per person to enter the race is $10 for ages 13-17 and $20 for those 18 and older.

Once again, the deadline to enter is July 8 so register now! Registration can be completed online at recpro.cityofclarksville.com by clicking the “City Events & Competitions” tab, and then selecting the appropriate category from under the “Blueway” Events & Activities” category.

Categories of competition will be as follows:

  • Youth ages 13-17 (Canoe/Kayak)
  • Beginner: 1 person (Canoe/Kayak)
  • Beginner: 2 people (Canoe/Kayak)
  • Intermediate: 1 person (Canoe/Kayak)
  • Intermediate: 2 people (Canoe/Kayak)
  • Advanced: 1 person (Canoe/Kayak)
  • Advanced: 2 people (Canoe/Kayak)

For more information on Rally on the Cumberland, please contact the Clarksville Parks and Recreation at (931) 645-7476.



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