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2017 Nolichucky Hometown Throwdown #1

james wrote 416 days ago:


The first event in the 2017 Nolichucky Hometown Throwdown series was some fast paddling fun! We had a great turn out with 15 competitors joining in for some friendly downriver boatercross competition!  We had some spectators who watched and cheered on the competitors from the start line.  The event was held on the Lower Nolichucky River, TN with mild cloudy skies.

The river level was around 1,200 CFS and spirits were high with several first timers in this event!  The course start was at the USA Raft river access and the finish line was the Chestoa Pike Bridge 1.5 miles downstream.  The course have several class I-II rapids and a couple of islands to negotiate along the way.  We launched classes in a mass start format and good times were had by all!

2017 Nolichucky Hometown Throwdown Event #1 Results

Women’s K-1 Long Boat:

1. Sarah Reis – Green Boat

2. Maggie Darden – Green Boat

Men’s K-1 Long Boat:

1. Ryan Horn – Stinger

2. Jeff Vannoy – Green Boat

3. Wesley R. Bradley – Karma Unlimited

4. Steven Adams – Karma Unlimited

Men’s K-1 Short Boat:

1. Rahul Subramainian – Remix 69

2. Mike Crooks – Fun Runner 70

3. Elliot Wolff – Bazooka

4. Andy Woods – 9R

5. Isaac Balaicuis – Duckie

Women’s SUP:

1. Kathryn Bogdanescu

Men’s SUP:

1. Jack Nelson

2. Will Saylor

3. Tom Huml

 (Click here for a PDF copy of Event #1 Results)

 Thank you to all the racers for their participation and congrats to all of our class winners of Event #1!

Event Highlights:

*We had 1 SUP swimmer during the event at the finish.

*Some rocks may have been loaded into a racers boats prior to the race and going unnoticed complete the race in tow!

*Every competitor and/or volunteer in the event went home with a prize!

Event #1 Photo Album Link:

Cheryl Killman’s HTTD #1 photo album



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2016 Lord of the Fork Race Results

natefry wrote 632 days ago:


This was the 22nd edition of the Lord of the Fork Race. At 105 racers, we had a record field yet again. It was a fantastic sight to see both sides of the river filled with racers and spectators. The Russell Fork is a special place. Quite a few present were here when the race first began in 1995. One of them was even on the podium.

An event like this takes a team to put on. Thanks are in order to those who helped make it all work:

Stewart Caldwell and JB Seay filled in for Willy Witt at the start. With 30 second intervals and a new timing system, this was a busy job.

James Welch and Gerald Delong headed up safety

It was a pleasure to have Jay Ditty present the awards. As the longest tenured race director, his insights are quite entertaining. He also kept time at the finish line in the event that the computer system failed. I am grateful that it did not, as calculating all those times is a wicked tedious job.

Bob Larkin has done a great job bringing the Rendezvous back to a worthy event. This event is tied to the race. I hope to see it continue to grow.

Jennifer Taylor made and donated our finisher medals. These are unique and beautiful pieces.

Sara Mullett was at the finish and took over 1000 photos of racers. These are worth checking out. I’ll have a link to them soon.

Sara and Jay for the starting order. Next year my goal is to successfully implement all of it.

Lila Thomas was key in collecting the bibs. We have several thousand dollars invested here, and they are not easily replaced. Thanks to everyone for being on board.

We were again a bit late on the start. As the race has grown, this has been a challenge to keep things on schedule. Thank you for your patience.

Steve Ruth has maintained the history of the race. This year the 1996 results were discovered. We now have a complete history.

See you next year,
Eric Henrickson

Top 3 Men:

  1. Dane Jackson – Karma Unlimited
  2. Brad McMillan – Green Boat
  3. Chris Hipgrave – Green Boat

Top 3 Women:

  1. Adriene Levknecht – Green Boat
  2. Rowan Stuart – Green Boat
  3. Maria Kallman – Green Boat

See complete results for the race at:

http://www.webscorer.com/race?raceid=84838



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2016 Lord of the Fork Race Results

bozemankayaker wrote 632 days ago:


This was the 22nd edition of the Lord of the Fork Race. At 105 racers, we had a record field yet again. It was a fantastic sight to see both sides of the river filled with racers and spectators. The Russell Fork is a special place. Quite a few present were here when the race first began in 1995. One of them was even on the podium.

An event like this takes a team to put on. Thanks are in order to those who helped make it all work:

Stewart Caldwell and JB Seay filled in for Willy Witt at the start. With 30 second intervals and a new timing system, this was a busy job.

James Welch and Gerald Delong headed up safety

It was a pleasure to have Jay Ditty present the awards. As the longest tenured race director, his insights are quite entertaining. He also kept time at the finish line in the event that the computer system failed. I am grateful that it did not, as calculating all those times is a wicked tedious job.

Bob Larkin has done a great job bringing the Rendezvous back to a worthy event. This event is tied to the race. I hope to see it continue to grow.

Jennifer Taylor made and donated our finisher medals. These are unique and beautiful pieces.

Sara Mullett was at the finish and took over 1000 photos of racers. These are worth checking out. I’ll have a link to them soon.

Sara and Jay for the starting order. Next year my goal is to successfully implement all of it.

Lila Thomas was key in collecting the bibs. We have several thousand dollars invested here, and they are not easily replaced. Thanks to everyone for being on board.

We were again a bit late on the start. As the race has grown, this has been a challenge to keep things on schedule. Thank you for your patience.

Steve Ruth has maintained the history of the race. This year the 1996 results were discovered. We now have a complete history.

See you next year,
Eric Henrickson

Top 3 Men:

  1. Dane Jackson – Karma Unlimited
  2. Brad McMillan – Green Boat
  3. Chris Hipgrave – Green Boat

Top 3 Women:

  1. Adriene Levknecht – Green Boat
  2. Rowan Stuart – Green Boat
  3. Maria Kallman – Green Boat

See complete results for the race at:

http://www.webscorer.com/race?raceid=84838



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2016 Lord of the Fork Race Results

saskia wrote 633 days ago:


This was the 22nd edition of the Lord of the Fork Race. At 105 racers, we had a record field yet again. It was a fantastic sight to see both sides of the river filled with racers and spectators. The Russell Fork is a special place. Quite a few present were here when the race first began in 1995. One of them was even on the podium.

An event like this takes a team to put on. Thanks are in order to those who helped make it all work:

Stewart Caldwell and JB Seay filled in for Willy Witt at the start. With 30 second intervals and a new timing system, this was a busy job.

James Welch and Gerald Delong headed up safety

It was a pleasure to have Jay Ditty present the awards. As the longest tenured race director, his insights are quite entertaining. He also kept time at the finish line in the event that the computer system failed. I am grateful that it did not, as calculating all those times is a wicked tedious job.

Bob Larkin has done a great job bringing the Rendezvous back to a worthy event. This event is tied to the race. I hope to see it continue to grow.

Jennifer Taylor made and donated our finisher medals. These are unique and beautiful pieces.

Sara Mullett was at the finish and took over 1000 photos of racers. These are worth checking out. I’ll have a link to them soon.

Sara and Jay for the starting order. Next year my goal is to successfully implement all of it.

Lila Thomas was key in collecting the bibs. We have several thousand dollars invested here, and they are not easily replaced. Thanks to everyone for being on board.

We were again a bit late on the start. As the race has grown, this has been a challenge to keep things on schedule. Thank you for your patience.

Steve Ruth has maintained the history of the race. This year the 1996 results were discovered. We now have a complete history.

See you next year,
Eric Henrickson

Top 3 Men:

  1. Dane Jackson – Karma Unlimited
  2. Brad McMillan – Green Boat
  3. Chris Hipgrave – Green Boat

Top 3 Women:

  1. Adriene Levknecht – Green Boat
  2. Rowan Stuart – Green Boat
  3. Maria Kallman – Green Boat

See complete results for the race at:

http://www.webscorer.com/race?raceid=84838



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2016 Lord of the Fork Race Results

james wrote 633 days ago:


This was the 22nd edition of the Lord of the Fork Race. At 105 racers, we had a record field yet again. It was a fantastic sight to see both sides of the river filled with racers and spectators. The Russell Fork is a special place. Quite a few present were here when the race first began in 1995. One of them was even on the podium.

An event like this takes a team to put on. Thanks are in order to those who helped make it all work:

Stewart Caldwell and JB Seay filled in for Willy Witt at the start. With 30 second intervals and a new timing system, this was a busy job.

James Welch and Gerald Delong headed up safety

It was a pleasure to have Jay Ditty present the awards. As the longest tenured race director, his insights are quite entertaining. He also kept time at the finish line in the event that the computer system failed. I am grateful that it did not, as calculating all those times is a wicked tedious job.

Bob Larkin has done a great job bringing the Rendezvous back to a worthy event. This event is tied to the race. I hope to see it continue to grow.

Jennifer Taylor made and donated our finisher medals. These are unique and beautiful pieces.

Sara Mullett was at the finish and took over 1000 photos of racers. These are worth checking out. I’ll have a link to them soon.

Sara and Jay for the starting order. Next year my goal is to successfully implement all of it.

Lila Thomas was key in collecting the bibs. We have several thousand dollars invested here, and they are not easily replaced. Thanks to everyone for being on board.

We were again a bit late on the start. As the race has grown, this has been a challenge to keep things on schedule. Thank you for your patience.

Steve Ruth has maintained the history of the race. This year the 1996 results were discovered. We now have a complete history.

See you next year,
Eric Henrickson

Top 3 Men:

  1. Dane Jackson – Karma Unlimited
  2. Brad McMillan – Green Boat
  3. Chris Hipgrave – Green Boat

Top 3 Women:

  1. Adriene Levknecht – Green Boat
  2. Rowan Stuart – Green Boat
  3. Maria Kallman – Green Boat

See complete results for the race at:

http://www.webscorer.com/race?raceid=84838



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2016 Nolichucky Hometown Throwdown #2

natefry wrote 779 days ago:


The second event in the 2016 Nolichucky Hometown Throwdown series was a new event format for us by racing up river.  We had a good turn out with 12 competitors joining in for some friendly attainment race competition with the Nolichucky Beer League!  We had a few spectators who watched and cheered on the competitors from the river bank.  The event was held in the Nolichucky River Gorge, TN on a nice mild evening with mostly cloudy skies.

The river level was around 950 CFS and spirits were high with many of the racers eager to give this new race event style a go!  The course start was up at a spot in the bottom of the gorge known as Cherokee Dam above the USA Raft river access.  The finish line was the river right eddy at the bottom of Twin Eddies (The last Class III rapid in the gorge) 1 mile upstream.  The course have several class I-II rapids racers had to ascend to make it to the finish line.  We launched classes in a mass start format and good times were had by all!

2016 Nolichucky Hometown Throwdown Event #2 Results:

Men‘s K-1 Long Boat:

1. Curtis England (17:51)

2. Craig Wassinger (17:55)

3. Ryan Horn (19:44)

4. Matt Dalton (21:29)

5. Jeff Vannoy (23:02)

6. Wesley R. Bradley (29:53)

7. Josh Dalton (59:47)

8. Jamison Evans (1:05:52)

9. Ben Carr (*HE)

9. Andrew Price (*HE)

Men‘s K-1 Short Boat:

1. Andy Woods (1:07:15)

2. Kevin Masters (*HE)

*Honorable Effort!

(Click here for a PDF copy of Event #2 Results)

Thank you to all the competitors for their participation and congrats to our class winners of Event #2!

Event Highlights:

*It came down to virtual tie at the finish for 1st with some rubbing and racing by Curtis and Craig!It came down to virtual tie at the finish with some rubbing and racing. It came down to virtual tie at the finish with some rubbing and racing.

*After the event many of the racers portaged around Twin Eddies to try the very challenging Gatekeeper attainment move above the rapid and venture deeper up into the gorge.

*The Jackson Action Wagon was on-site with FREE long boat demos for racers to try out.

*All competitors & volunteers who participated went home with a nice prize!

A big thank you goes out to our great volunteers for their help in event #2:

Ryan Horn – Registration & Race Course

Mike Potter – Photographer

Curtis England – Starter & Finish Line Judge

A huge thank you goes out to our World Kayak Partners & the local sponsors below for all the great prizes & support of the events!

Our World Kayak Program Partners

Our local sponsor for this event:

    

A special thank you to USA Raft for hosting the event with the Nolichucky Beer League!

Stay tuned for details about HTTD event #3 coming soon to the Tri-Cities!  Hope to see you on the Noli to throwdown!!



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First 2016 HTTD Results

natefry wrote 784 days ago:


The first HTTD for 2016 went down with a great group full of energy for getting on the water. We met at Corbin Wave in Corbin Park Postfalls for an exciting Boater-X. It was bound to be an exciting race with Chris Hoffer on site to put together a challenging course of tough ferry’s and tight eddy turns. Each competitor was bound to be tired after each heat.
Heat 1 results:
Sarah Palmounter took first with her strong and fast ferry technique. It was a tight race for the second place slot and a shot at the finals. Patrick Farneman and Chris Mowry both charged side by side into the final eddy. Patrick made the last few paddle strokes count and clinched his spot in the finals. Chris Jundt was close behind the battle and looking for his window of opportunity to make a pass, but Patrick and Mowry would not provide an opening for Chris to make a move.
Heat 2:
From the start there was plenty of “rubbin’s racing” as the group stayed close together as they battled for the first and second position. The big ferry above Corbin wave separated the group as they came towards the finish line. Marcus Lees secured first, with Kevin Pryor in a close second, Celene Olgeirsoon hot on his tail for third and Ron Coddington paddling his hardest to make that tough ferry.
Finals:
The group was already feeling a little tired from the first run but still ready charge a second round for finals. Little did they know that Chris Hoffer would add a few moves to the course adding another level of difficulty and need for endurance. The course made for multiple passes and racers swapped positions multiple times as they battled for the win.
1st Place: Sarah Palmounter almost blew the third eddy but managed to power in and continue on for the win.
2nd Place: Kevin Pryor was close behind Sarah with a high eddy catch on the third eddy and chasing her to the finish.
3rd Place: Patrick Farneman came out ahead after an elbow to elbow battle with Marcus for the third eddy.
4th Place: Marcus Lees may have lost the battle for the third eddy, but he made Patrick work to secure his third place finish.
Our next two HTTD’s are on the calendar for June 15th and July 13th. Location and event type will depend on flows and updates will be posted as we get closer to each event.
**Photos by Chris Hoffer
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First 2016 HTTD Results

bozemankayaker wrote 784 days ago:


The first HTTD for 2016 went down with a great group full of energy for getting on the water. We met at Corbin Wave in Corbin Park Postfalls for an exciting Boater-X. It was bound to be an exciting race with Chris Hoffer on site to put together a challenging course of tough ferry’s and tight eddy turns. Each competitor was bound to be tired after each heat.
Heat 1 results:
Sarah Palmounter took first with her strong and fast ferry technique. It was a tight race for the second place slot and a shot at the finals. Patrick Farneman and Chris Mowry both charged side by side into the final eddy. Patrick made the last few paddle strokes count and clinched his spot in the finals. Chris Jundt was close behind the battle and looking for his window of opportunity to make a pass, but Patrick and Mowry would not provide an opening for Chris to make a move.
Heat 2:
From the start there was plenty of “rubbin’s racing” as the group stayed close together as they battled for the first and second position. The big ferry above Corbin wave separated the group as they came towards the finish line. Marcus Lees secured first, with Kevin Pryor in a close second, Celene Olgeirsoon hot on his tail for third and Ron Coddington paddling his hardest to make that tough ferry.
Finals:
The group was already feeling a little tired from the first run but still ready charge a second round for finals. Little did they know that Chris Hoffer would add a few moves to the course adding another level of difficulty and need for endurance. The course made for multiple passes and racers swapped positions multiple times as they battled for the win.
1st Place: Sarah Palmounter almost blew the third eddy but managed to power in and continue on for the win.
2nd Place: Kevin Pryor was close behind Sarah with a high eddy catch on the third eddy and chasing her to the finish.
3rd Place: Patrick Farneman came out ahead after an elbow to elbow battle with Marcus for the third eddy.
4th Place: Marcus Lees may have lost the battle for the third eddy, but he made Patrick work to secure his third place finish.
Our next two HTTD’s are on the calendar for June 15th and July 13th. Location and event type will depend on flows and updates will be posted as we get closer to each event.
**Photos by Chris Hoffer
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First 2016 HTTD Results

james wrote 784 days ago:


The first HTTD for 2016 went down with a great group full of energy for getting on the water. We met at Corbin Wave in Corbin Park Postfalls for an exciting Boater-X. It was bound to be an exciting race with Chris Hoffer on site to put together a challenging course of tough ferry’s and tight eddy turns. Each competitor was bound to be tired after each heat.
Heat 1 results:
Sarah Palmounter took first with her strong and fast ferry technique. It was a tight race for the second place slot and a shot at the finals. Patrick Farneman and Chris Mowry both charged side by side into the final eddy. Patrick made the last few paddle strokes count and clinched his spot in the finals. Chris Jundt was close behind the battle and looking for his window of opportunity to make a pass, but Patrick and Mowry would not provide an opening for Chris to make a move.
Heat 2:
From the start there was plenty of “rubbin’s racing” as the group stayed close together as they battled for the first and second position. The big ferry above Corbin wave separated the group as they came towards the finish line. Marcus Lees secured first, with Kevin Pryor in a close second, Celene Olgeirsoon hot on his tail for third and Ron Coddington paddling his hardest to make that tough ferry.
Finals:
The group was already feeling a little tired from the first run but still ready charge a second round for finals. Little did they know that Chris Hoffer would add a few moves to the course adding another level of difficulty and need for endurance. The course made for multiple passes and racers swapped positions multiple times as they battled for the win.
1st Place: Sarah Palmounter almost blew the third eddy but managed to power in and continue on for the win.
2nd Place: Kevin Pryor was close behind Sarah with a high eddy catch on the third eddy and chasing her to the finish.
3rd Place: Patrick Farneman came out ahead after an elbow to elbow battle with Marcus for the third eddy.
4th Place: Marcus Lees may have lost the battle for the third eddy, but he made Patrick work to secure his third place finish.
Our next two HTTD’s are on the calendar for June 15th and July 13th. Location and event type will depend on flows and updates will be posted as we get closer to each event.
**Photos by Chris Hoffer
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First 2016 HTTD Results

james wrote 784 days ago:


The first HTTD for 2016 went down with a great group full of energy for getting on the water. We met at Corbin Wave in Corbin Park Postfalls for an exciting Boater-X. It was bound to be an exciting race with Chris Hoffer on site to put together a challenging course of tough ferry’s and tight eddy turns. Each competitor was bound to be tired after each heat.
Heat 1 results:
Sarah Palmounter took first with her strong and fast ferry technique. It was a tight race for the second place slot and a shot at the finals. Patrick Farneman and Chris Mowry both charged side by side into the final eddy. Patrick made the last few paddle strokes count and clinched his spot in the finals. Chris Jundt was close behind the battle and looking for his window of opportunity to make a pass, but Patrick and Mowry would not provide an opening for Chris to make a move.
Heat 2:
From the start there was plenty of “rubbin’s racing” as the group stayed close together as they battled for the first and second position. The big ferry above Corbin wave separated the group as they came towards the finish line. Marcus Lees secured first, with Kevin Pryor in a close second, Celene Olgeirsoon hot on his tail for third and Ron Coddington paddling his hardest to make that tough ferry.
Finals:
The group was already feeling a little tired from the first run but still ready charge a second round for finals. Little did they know that Chris Hoffer would add a few moves to the course adding another level of difficulty and need for endurance. The course made for multiple passes and racers swapped positions multiple times as they battled for the win.
1st Place: Sarah Palmounter almost blew the third eddy but managed to power in and continue on for the win.
2nd Place: Kevin Pryor was close behind Sarah with a high eddy catch on the third eddy and chasing her to the finish.
3rd Place: Patrick Farneman came out ahead after an elbow to elbow battle with Marcus for the third eddy.
4th Place: Marcus Lees may have lost the battle for the third eddy, but he made Patrick work to secure his third place finish.
Our next two HTTD’s are on the calendar for June 15th and July 13th. Location and event type will depend on flows and updates will be posted as we get closer to each event.
**Photos by Chris Hoffer
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